Shells, sand effects and beachy themes can easily become clichéd but Suz loved the colour palette of this gorgeous range from Creative Imaginations called, appropriately, Oceanside. There are really delicate turquoise and violet touches which just lift the whole design. With die cut embellishments and a little extra glitter and microbeads, a beautiful evening at the beach was recorded.
Iris loves to make her own background papers. In fact she uses very little patterned paper in her pages and then loads them up with beautiful embellishments. The Existencils are perfect for Iris' style. The material is thick and sturdy enough to create crisp images even with several thick layers of art mediums. She created the background and the butterfly here with the Existencils from Creative Imaginations and she just loved the result!
Iris was able to customize the colours of the album cover she made here because the assemblage papers from Creative Imagination comes with a resist pattern which you can ink, paint, or mist over.
The die-cuts from the same collection adds just the right amount of romance and whimsy - from flowers and blooms to butterflies...
Alicia Giess is part of the talented design team of Creative Imagination. She shares with us today two of her amazing creations featuring the paintables paper and the Existencil line.
The first layout was created using the paintable papers. She spritzed the background with the Luminarte glimmering mist and then painted some of the florals/leaves on another paintable paper and cut that out for the embellishments on her page.
The 2nd page uses the butterfly existencils on the real wood paper. She masked the butterflies and sprayed around the butterfly with the Luminartee glimmering mist.
If you want to see more of Alicia's beautiful creations with Creative Immagination, you can check out her blog.