Turn Your Moments into Magical Memories with the Imagine That! Collection

Could you use a little more magic and imagination in your life? The Imagine That! collection is made of nothing but magic and imagination (along with paper, ink, etc.)! It uses a vibrant and playful palette that adds a youthful feel to your projects and makes it perfect for creating colorful scrapbook layouts that feel energetic and vivacious. Check out this example of a gorgeous magical scrapbook layout made with Imagine That!


To create this layout, you will need:


Step 1: Use striped patterned paper for your base. Using the 12-inch Straight Trimmer, cut the shooting stars paper to measure 10-3/4″ x 10-1/2″ and adhere it to the center of the base.

Step 2: Adhere the gray-and-white plus sign mat approximately 2″ from the bottom of the shooting stars patterned paper, tilting the mat slightly to the left, pointing the top right side of the mat toward the top as shown.


Step 3: Adhere the “Making Memories” mat 1″ from the bottom of the shooting stars patterned paper, leaving a 1″ space of the shooting star patterned paper at the right side of the mat. Adhere a photo to the gray-and-white mat as shown.

Step 4: Mat a 4″ x 6″ photo onto the yellow grid mat using your Tape Runner. Overlap the yellow matted photo so that it covers about 2″ of the far right side of the first photo.

Step 5: Embellish your layout by adding stickers, embellishments and gems. Make sure to use Foam Squares on some of the die cuts for added dimension.

Add a splash of fun shades to your layouts and projects with the Imagine That! collection. The palette has a playful aesthetic that will make all your daily adventures look like a dazzling display. What’s your favorite part of this playful scrapbook layout? Let us know in the comments!

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