Rollin' along

Hope you had a wonderful National Scrapbook Day and a fabulous Mother's Day! I spent the weekend hanging out with my family and my sweet aunt who was in town for the weekend, but I did manage to squeeze in a little crafty time.

And thank goodness I did because today kicks off another fabulous Release Party on the Imaginisce blog! This week, Imaginisce is releasing new versions of the Roly Rosies, including new colors and...wait for it...FABRIC rosies! They're beautiful, and they add such fun dimension to your projects.

Here's a card I created using the denim Roly Rosies, along with some paper from the Little Cutie collection and some ribbon and ric-rac from my stash.

This one's probably going to need its own box because those flowers will never squash into an envelope, but it would be perfect to hold a gift card that you're mailing to someone special.

I wanted to mix the Fabric Roly Rosies with some of the new Neutrals (they're paper), and I realized that the Neutrals really are "neutral" -- they go with everything! Here's the layout I created using the Garden Party collection with lots of new Roly Rosies:

I used the i-Rock Flourish stencil to create the bling swirls. I love that you can mix colors of the rocks to match your layout.

The flower with the black polka dots is my favorite favorite! I need a whole package just of those. (Are you listening Imaginisce?) Oh, and I added diamond Stickles around the edges of the flowers to give them a little extra oomph.

Be sure to visit the Imaginisce blog today through Wednesday for more examples from the Design Team. We have some amazing projects in store for you!


Nati Tristan said...

Oh those are all darling! Happy Mother's Day! said...

LOVE love this LO!!! I have a question, for a layout like this, where will you store so that the beautiful flowers won't get swashed?
...I want to scraplift!

Robyn Schaub said...

Gaby, I'm so glad you like it! I'm going to frame this one in a shadow box frame and hang it in my daughter's room because these are her best friends. However, I've also put some of my Roly Rosie layouts into the American Crafts 3-ring binders (inside a page protector) and store them standing up on a shelf. They don't get too squashed that way.

KateB said...

love the b/w ones too!

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