Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Hello Summer Layout with Malin

Malin here and today I want to share with you a colorful and cute layout of my niece.
The card is taken one evening when we went down to the lake for a late evening swim. It´s so cozy going down to the lake in the evenings in the summer. My family and my brothers family and my mom went down there and it was a really lukewarm evening. Love it!

I have been using the Bee-utiful paper collections and embelishments. Made my own lollipop flower with som goldglitter on it. The colors in the collection match so prefectly with my photo I think! I hope you will like it.

I have been using:
Bee-utiful you paper collection
Combo Sticker Sheet 12x12 - Bee-Utiful You (7310492)
Layered chipboard  #7310493
Bee-utiful you noteworthy #7310495
Brads #7310496 
combo stickers #7310492
tea time dies #7310177

White cardstock
stickles gold

Have a nice day!

Monday, June 17, 2019

Ice Cream Layout with Elisa

Hi BoBunny Friends!!!

Today I'm here with the perfect post to say Welcome to Summer!!!
What better than an Ice Cream for beginning the season?? And not a normal one -- The Unicorn Ice Cream!!!
Luckily, my ice cream had the right colors: pink and mint. The same of the ones in Celebrating Freedom Noteworthy!! 

Let's have a look to all details!!!
First of all, for this project I used all of the Celebrating Freedom papers and embellishments in pink and mint... Ice creams, flowers, stars and ladybugs.

As Main Title I used a Celebrating Freedom Chipboard Sticker. Behind it you can see some different layers: 2 patterned papers, 1 white piece of Bazzill (where I printed the giant ice cream picture). Then half tag (cut by one of the 12x12 paper), a long stripe of paper and green washi tape, both with ladybugs on them.

Pink Ladybugs: the bigger by Noteworthy, the smaller by Chipboard Stickers. Here you can see the other element in the background: I used the Lots of Love stencil with Coral Glitter Paste here and there on the right part of the LO, until the top.
I also stamped some tiny stars.

On the right upper corner I put only a little banner with a Chipboard Sticker mint star on it.

Same element, same colors, different sizes


One of my fave pictures: the hidden journaling. That noteworthy was soooo perfect.... I used foam tape only on the top and on the base of my pictures, so the ice lolly can slide behind it without impediments.

BoBunny Supplies:
Celebrating Freedom 12x12 paper pad
Celebrating Freedom Noteworthy
Celebrating Freedom Chipboard Stickers
Celebrating Freedom Washi Tape
Stitches Clear Stamp
Lot of Love Stencil
Coral Glitter Paste

Other Supplies:
Bazzill White
AC Sticky Thumb

I hope you enjoy this funny LO!!!
Have a nice day!

Saturday, June 15, 2019

Pinwheel Scrapbook Layout with Angela

Hello BoBunny friends! Angela here with you today with a brand new layout featiring Celebrating Freedom collection.


This collection is perfect for my photo, it has the same colors of my city soccer team, Bologna FC. As you can see from the layout pic, my son and my hubby are wearing t-shirts in red and blue. They are big supporters of the team and often go to see the soccer matches at the stadium.


This week theme on the BoBunny blog is fussy cutting and I love this! I decided to fussy cut the little pinwheels of the Pinwheel paper from the collection to create some banners.


I started from a watercolor paper where I created a watercolor background with Distress Oxide in red and blue. I used the technique of wet on wet, where you wet the paper first with clear water and then color it. 


Then, I drew the banner lines with a pencil and punched holes every half centimeters along those lines. 


Last I hand stitched the banners with threads in blue, white and pink, to keep the same color scheme. On the stitch I attached the pinwheels I previously fussy cut to complete the banner. 


To embellish the layout, I created a cluster of elements beside the photo. There are so many beautiful die cuts and chipboard in the collection and some resin stars too.


For the layering I created under the photo, I used the 6x8 paper pad of  Celebrating Freedom collection, where the patterns are smaller than the 12x12 papers. 


The letters of the title are in glitter foam, that gives a bit of sparkling to the layout and are from an old BoBunny collection. Nevertheless, they perfectly match the color combo of the layout.


That's all for today. Thank You for stopping by. I hope you liked my project and feel inspired to create with BoBunny Celebrating Freedom collection.


BoBunny Supplies:
Patterned Papers: 12x12 Celebrating Freedom Pinwheel
6x8 Celebrating Freedom paper pad
Chipboard: Celebrating Freedom
Noteworthy: Celebrating Freedom
Cardstock Stickers: Celebrating Freedom
Self Adhesive Resin Stars Celebrating Freedom
Stamps: It Is Written

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Fussy Cutting with Elena

Hello BoBunny Fans, Elena  here today sharing some fussy cutting tips!


The school is over and the Fun the kids have is what I really love about the Summer. So for my layout I started with fussy cutting the flowers from the paper sheet.
These flowers have so many tiny details but thee is no need to cut out each, so you can skip some areas and they will look great.


Initially I applied the glitter paste on the background using the Stars stencil and added the color with the spray and the paint.


To create the layers I used the elements from Noteworthy and mixed them with the fussy cutting details.
To make them look more  dimensional - leave the white border on them.

Celebrating Freedom collection is full of so many Summer themed details - ice cream, watermelon, flowers, strawberries.

For my title I used the Thickers  and topped it with the leftover from the paper.

BoBunny Supplies:
Patterned Paper: Celebrating Freedom - Beauty. Watermelon, Blessed, Independence, Pinwheels
Noteworthy : Celebrating Freedom
Thickers: Christmas in the Village
Glitter Paste: Ruby Red
Stickable Stencil: Cascade

Sunday, June 9, 2019

Fussy Cutting with Stamps and Dies

Hi Crafty Friends!!

Here is Elisa from Italy and today I want to share with my my new Layout, made with the Celebrating Freedom collection!!

This year in Italy we had a very rainy (and quite cold) Spring. At the end of May, we had a sunny Sunday morning and I decided to take some pictures! "Waiting for Summer" was the perfect title for this picture: white skin, cotton sweater... I can't wait to wear t-shirts and flip-flops!!

While I was working on this project I had a lot of fun with fussy cutting, layering and mixing different materials! Let's have a look together:

How I created the sentiment: I put some blue mirrored washi tape on a piece of cardstock and covered it completely. I used it for die cutting the letters with Triple Play Alpha Die.
I used the Inline Clear Stamp for the word "FOR": stamping and fussy cutting :)

Fussy cutting again: flowers, pinwheels and yes... the entire square blue layer behind the picture.

I used the resin yellow stars and the gold glittered stars from the layered chipboards.

Again flowers and pinwheels

Here you can see all the eyelets and the white string passing through them.

Another point of view

The right lower corner with the same element I used in the main part of the layout.

BoBunny Supplies:
Celebrating Freedom 12x12 pad
Celebrating Freedom Resin Star
Celebrating Freedom Layered Chipboard
Celebrating Freedom Washi Tape
Celebrating Freedom Noteworthy
Dark Denim Lace
Triple Play Alpha Die
Inline Alpha Clear Stamp

Other Supplies:
WRMK Brass Eyelets
AC Sticky Thumb

Hope you enjoy this project!!
Till next time!

Friday, June 7, 2019

Fussy Cutting with Emmy

Hello BoBunny friends!

Emmy here today sharing a brand new layout with you! For today's project I decided to use the amazing Harmony collection from Bobunny's newest release.

To create my background I used a pattern papers from the Harmony collection. Using Texture paste and a Stickable Stencil I created the white dimensional layer on it. Once the paste dried I sprinkled Glimmer spray on top of it.

To create the panel under my picture, I used a light and a dark pink pattern papers. I cut different length stripes, distressed their edges and adhered them using mounting tape to the background as shown. I layered my picture on a slightly larger panel from pattern paper and adhered it on top of the pink stripes.

To decorate my page I used a lot of fussy cut blossoms, leaves and birds and pre-cut embellishments from the Noteworthy pack matching the collection.

I used BoBunny craft dies and Double Dot cardstock to die cut some more embellishments for my layout. I added also some of the wonderful stickers from the Sticker sheet. 

For my title I used a shimmering Thickers Alphabet matching the collection.

As a final touch I added colorful rhinestones and pearls.

I hope you enjoyed today's post! Come back soon for more inspirational projects from our design team!

BoBunny Supplies: 
12 x 12 Paper Pad: Harmony
Pattern Paper: Renewal, Everywhere, Petals, In the Air, Harmony / Harmony
Noteworthy: Harmony
Sticker Sheet: Harmony
6 x 6 Paper Pad: Harmony, Double Dot Bold & Bright
Thickers: Harmony
Double Dot Jewels: Think Pink, Citrus
Double Dot Cardstock: French Vanilla
Craft Die: Butterfly Garden, Trellis Square
Stickable Stencil: Oh My Stars
Glimmer Spray: Gold

American Crafts Permanent Tape Runner and Refill
American Crafts Foam Dimen Dots
Vicki Boutin - Ink Pads Pink/Yellow
Texture paste