Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps Creates with Imagine Inks

Welcome back crafty friends!
Today I am having some creative fun with Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps and Imagine. Imagine produces all sorts of beautiful inks and other stamping goodies. Here are all of the details.


For this creative hop, I chose to work with a number of mini inks and black embossing powder from Imagine.


Project Recipe:

Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps Used

Christmas Tree Swirly                     Merry Christmas Sentiment

Imagine Collage

Imagine Inks Versa Color– Celadon, Canary, Seashell, Winter Green, Raspberry, Smoke Blue
Imagine Black Embossing Powder

Other Products Used:
Tonic Paper Distresser, White Cardstock, Heat Gun, MISTI, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L (Crafty Foam Tape)


I used a simple mask to create my layered tree background with the Imagine Versa Color mini inks. Then using the MISTI I placed the sentiment for the card.


I created another layer of white cardstock and distressed the edges. I used Crafty Foam Tape to adhere both layers to the card base.


I thought the black embossed sentiment would really pop off of the colourful trees. Love how it turned out.



Thanks so much for stopping by!
Here is the rest of the blog hop info:

Today’s Line-Up-

Lindsay Andreon-

Kyriakos Pachadiroglou-

Teresa DeWitt-

Nadine Carlier-

Tracy McLennon- That’s Me

Roni Johnson-

Giada Rigamonti-

Steph Ackerman-

Martha Lucia Gomez-

Melissa Andrew-



20 thoughts on “Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps Creates with Imagine Inks

  1. Very lovely card! I love the different colors for the trees! With the sentiment in the middle being embossed in black such a great statement!


  2. Very cool card, love the different colored trees. The ink looks like it’s fabulous to work with. Thanks for sharing your card and the inspiration. (


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