I started with an 8.5 x 5.5 piece of paper on my Imagine mat. I placed in on the top left hand corner of the mat. I took the picture correctly, but when I downloaded the image from my camera, it got rotated so the top of the mat is on the left of the pic.
I selected the image I wanted to print, sized to 3" high and then pressed next on my imagine.
I set my page size to 5.5 wide and 8.5 tall.
Here is what is looks like so far. Since you can't manipulate the images on the Imagine mat like you can the Gypsy, Expression, etc. I had to get my image down to the bottom of the paper and in the middle. When CCR(Cricut Craft Room) is finalized, you should be able to manipulate the images on the imagine mat, just like you can the Expression.
Pressing the back key I added plain squares from the standard images that come with the imagine. the first square I sized to 3x3, and then I added 7 more squares sized to .5" tall. I did not color these images, and these squares were added in front of the damask decor image I already added to my Q. The above pic is what it looks like when I was done. The image is right about where I want it.
I then selected my damask decor image and chose a color to flood fill it. The sqaures I left colorless. The Imagine will ignore these and just print the Damask Decor Image.
before you hit next after you have everything the way you want it, you need to select settings and chose print only, so the imagine will print but not cut.
Here is what it looked like after I printed it. The top of the card is to the left.
I trimmed one of the prints to be approx 4.25x5.25, punched the edges, added some bling, and adhered it to a clear plastic note card box I ordered off of Papertrey ink.
Here is a sample of my finished note cards, they are 5.5 wide by 4.25 tall. I punched the corners, added bling and ribbon.
I put them all in the clear box. Wouldn't these make a great gift for someone? You can write or stamp any sentiment you want in them.
If you look through you carts, I bet you could find all kinds of images to use on these cards. Who needs fancy stamps(even though I just love fancy stamps), when you have your Imagine.
Thanks Sheila for having me today on your blog. I really have fun trying to come up with projects.
Until next time, Beth.