For this challenge, we invite you to
We want to see how you use Bo Bunny's Noteworthy! We also want to see some journaling on your page. Couldn't be easier, right? You have until October 4th to share your pages with us.
Let's take a look at what some of the design team did.
By Jolanda Meurs
Jolanda chose to use a combination of stickers for her journaling. The sticker sheets from the collections are a great way to tell your story.
Bo Bunny supply list:
Paper: Sweet Tooth; Sweet Tooth
Chipboard: Sweet Tooth
Stickers: Sweet Tooth Stickers and Combo Stickers
Noteworthy: Sweet Tooth
Jewels: Sweet Tooth
I have used extra glitter.
All That Glitters
Romy used handwritten journaling added to the cute shaped Noteworthy card on her layout.
Bo Bunny Supply List:
Patterned Paper: Patchwork, Reindeer Games, Sentiment, Die Cut/Blitzen
Stickers: Blitzen Combo Sticker, Blitzen Dimensional Stickers
Chipboard: Blitzen 12x12, Blitzen Layered Chipboard
Stamps: Et Cetera
Designer Note: you can add some extra interest and dimension to your page by using mixed media, such as Diamond Dust, glitter glue and glitter snow.
Robbie used handwriting for her journaling, too. She also added some of the stickers to tell more about the story.
Bo Bunny Supplies List:
Patterned Paper: Welcome Home Collection Flourish, Key and Front Door
Stickers: Welcome Home Combo and Home Grown
Trinkets: Welcome Home
Jewels: Welcome Home and Et Cetera
Buttons: Welcome Home
Noteworthy: Welcome Home and Et Cetera
Ribbon: Chocolate Double Dot
Design Tip: Use the large Noteworthy for design elements on your page. Mix in some of your spiral Noteworthy for more detail.
Now, it's YOUR turn!
We want to see your pages using Noteworthy and also adding journaling!
Link your pages here by October 4th. We'll choose a winner to win a Bo Bunny Prize!
Have a great weekend!