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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Rock it out! Day 2


It's time to bling it up again!!!
It's Day 2 of our i-rock feature.

Did you enjoy those projects yesterday?
We've got a few more to share with you today.

One of today's projects feature the stencils that go along with the i-rock tool.  These help you add that special touch to a t-shirt, jacket ... just about anything.

i-rock flourish stencil

i-rock crown stencil

i-rock bracket & border stencil





Flourish Hat

I love bling and when I got the the I-Rock tool I instantly fell in love with it!  This tool is perfect for blinging anything!  I also love hats, especially hats with bling.  And so, my project was adding bling to one of my hats.  This hat was already cute with the flowers, but adding the rhinestones, made it PERFECT!







To apply the design, I used Imaginisce's Small Flourishes stencil.  I taped the stencil to the hat where I wanted the design to be.  I then used a pencil to mark dots that I could later use as my guide to adhere the rhinestones.  The stencil is made of flexible material so it is easy to manipulate on the hat.  Then I set to it with the I-Rock tool and before you knew it, I had this beautiful rhinestone flourish design that I just LOVE!


Supplies:
I-Rock Tool, Small Flourishes Stencil Kit




Pass, Shoot, Score with the I-Rock

I was so excited to use this pictures of my husbands hockey tournament because his team colors worked so well with the Imaginisce Childhood Memories collection!  We have all done this, right!?!?  I started the layout with a blank background, threw on some mist, stitched a circle with a sewing machine (tip from friends I was scrapbooking with - draw your circle first so you have a guide) and then I dug through my stash for coordinating Hot Rocks and Glam Rocks.  

I use lots of bits its of paper in different shapes to make my pictures stand out.  I wanted to add something on top of the photos hats whey I cut out pass, shoot, score with the Cameo.  My husband gave this layout a thumbs up! 



Supplies: Imaginisce - Childhood Memories, Good Dog and Love You More paper collections and stickers. Childhood Memories Stickers.  I-Rock, Hot Rocks, Glam Rocks.
Other: Sillouhette Cuts, Thread, Punch, Adhesive, Washi Tape, Embossing plate



GIVEAWAY!
Would you like to add some sparkle & bling to your life??
Well, now's your chance!

We're giving away 1 i-rock tool, 1 compact and 1 tube of Glam Rocks.
All you have to do to enter is leave a comment on today's post and let us know what you would use the i-rock tool for.

(Winner will be announced Fri., March 8th)

25 comments:

Marianne said...

That looks like a relly nifty tool. I think I would primarily use it on cards, but I also have a pair of black jeans with a burn spot from trying to remove some candle wax. A friend already suggested I apply some bling to hide the spot LOL.

Mary Pat Siehl said...

awesome ladies!!

craftymom205 said...

I have some clothes that could use some bling.

craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

Laurie Dunham said...

Awesome projects! Love them both. I would use the i-rocks for almost anything. It's an amazing tool.

clstmbgh said...

I've wanted this tool for quite some time...I'd use it to embellish clothing and cards. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

Margie said...

That hat is so awesome!! I would mostly use the tool for scrapbook pages and cards-but another idea that comes to mind is a "Basketball Mom" t-shirt and accessories...

littlen said...

i like to add some bling to my cards and lo's.

Ange said...

Awesome projects! Totally love that layout. I would definitely use the bling on my layouts too. Fun stuff!

Scrap2day said...

Love seeing all these projects using the I Rock..I would use it on everything! Clothes, Oneies, Cards, canvas, scrapbooking pages, oh goodness, the list goes on and on!

Guiseppa said...

Wow...fabulous ideas using the I-Rock ladies!

StefanieH said...

I would use it on my scrapbook layouts and bling up my daughters clothes.

Sue D said...

Great projects. I think my granddaughters would love blinged out hats and shirts.

Suzanna Lee said...

Huh! A hat with bling, who woulda thunk it! Great idea! And I love that layout!

Rhonda Miller said...

These are both fabulous projects. Thanks for the inspiration.

Iris said...

I would use it on the cards I make. Iris

Robin B. said...

I would have originally used it for layouts and cards. But, after seeing how cute that hat turned out, I would try to make one.

scrappin2babygirls said...

i'd use it for all sorts of projects.. mainly paper but shirts, bags, hats hair accessories, etc once in awhile.
-jamie
babyblueangel_30@yahoo.com

Denise Bryant said...

This looks way fun! I would use it to embellish cards!
DeniseB

Melinda said...

Ooh, love the stencils! Love the hat...I think I've got a few laying around the house that can use some bling!

SandiB said...

I would love to try this on some fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win.

Kathy S. said...

I can think of many projects I could use this on. I love BLING!

ajmaluck said...

I like the stencils and the ease in which to use them. I would like to use this on my daughters clothes.

CathyinMN said...

Thanks for the chance to win! I would mostly use it on my cards and scrapbook layouts.

Carla said...

I'd like to bling out my cap I wear
after I take my helmet off from riding on the Harley!
Carla from Utah

sharon g said...

I like the stencil. Some of us don't have a steady hand, so this would be great. I would like to use the tool to decorate some pants.

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