I first shaped my background paper using a Fiskars edger and then distressed all the edges.
Before applying my die cut, I cut out the inner circle and set aside to use after
After distressing and applying my cut out circle, I then punched out several scallop strips to tuck under the circle for extra texture and dimension..
Die Cut: Et Cetera
Rub Ons: Et Cetera
Chipboard: Et Cetera
Next up is Juliana Michaels.
by Juliana Michaels
This is the bare bones layout. The title is there and with a little bit of paper punching, die cutting and free hand cutting (from the Cut Outs paper) you can call it finished. But I wanted to have a bit more fun. How about you?
So, let's take it to the next level!
I added some cardstock sticker swirls to the ends of the large chipboard letters and a small punched strip along the left hand side of the photo.
I then adhered the subtitle letter stickers with double sided foam tape to give them more dimension. Again, you could call it finished.
But...let's step it up a bit more!
I used a pearl pen to add dots of pearls all around the edges of the die cut paper.
I then finished it off by adding some Trinkets, Buttons and punched butterflies.
Bo Bunny Supplies:
Patterned Paper: Chill, Dot, Stripe, and Cut Outs/Snowfall
Trinkets: Snowfall and Gabrielle
Stickers: Snowfall Combo Sticker, Happy Winter Cardstock Sticker
Chipboard: Chunky Chips Chipboard Alphabet in Chocolate
Hope you enjoyed these gorgeous layouts!!
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