Though I am lucky enough to get to stay with Imaginisce for another term, today I am bidding farewell to some of my Imaginisce Design Teammates who are moving on. If you have hopped over from the talented Rebecca Keppel's blog for our Goodbye Blog Hop, you are in the right place.
I thought I'd use this chance to say a heartfelt "thank you" to all of my teammates for offering such inspiration and friendship to me this past year. A special thanks to Cari Locken, DT Coordinator Extraordinare and Bridget Bradley at Imaginisce for keeping us in fabulous product style!
For those of us stickin' around, this hop is a great chance to look back at our projects over the year and I thought I'd post a few of my favorites:
Imaginisce introduced me to a ton of new and very cool tools this past year, once of which is the i-Magicut Ribbon cutter. I used this nifty little device to create a ribbon wreath and I still love to look at it every day.
Christmas Cheer is one of my all-time favorite holiday collections. This layout above is one of my special ones that I created for my son's scrapbook.
I loved the Halloween collection, Monster Mash, as well and I especially liked how it was a combination of cool and cute. This card was my favorite that I created with the collection.
Here is a card I created using one of the newest Imaginisce collections, Love You More. I really thought the grays and pinks were a welcome change of color scheme for a Valentine's Day collection and the birds are just darling.
This layout I created using the Makin' Waves collection is near and dear to me because it is the first layout I ever published! This one proudly appeared in Scrapbook Cards & More.
I'm so thrilled to be able to continue with this wonderful company for another year, but it will be hard to part from those amazing designers that are moving on to what is sure to be some very exciting things!
I hope you will visit all of my teammates' blogs today and tomorrow as we bid one another adieu. Next up is the uber-talented Mary Ann Jenkins on her blog HERE. If you get off-track, feel free to check out the link list below: