[click to enlarge]Everything was printed and cut on the Imagine, except the background paper which is Bo Bunny double dot. The bottom border is from the Imagine More cartridge, cut as one piece, then I cut the music border layer separately and adhered it to the border with foam tape. Next, I used patterned 'paper' from that cartridge to 'flood fill' the title and guitar shapes from Stamping Solutions as well as a rectangle from George and Basic Shapes. The end result was a simple and FAST page to put together. I'm all for scrapping efficiency!
I'm not a big fan of the artwork that comes on the Imagine cartridges that have been released to date, so I'm thinking I would use the patterns with my existing cartridges more often. I find the machine itself easy to work with - the screen is SO easy to navigate through - I sure wish my Gypsy worked like the on-board screen (wishful thinking for a Gypsy upgrade perhaps?). My one overarching concern is with the ink - it is not good with moisture - I got a drop of water on one image I cut out and the piece was ruined - with good old offset printed patterned paper you buy it would just dry back to normal. So I'm still thinking about the machine and figured I'd share my thoughts. Happy scrapping!!