Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Focus on Stamps!

I am in love with all the new Bo Bunny collections and what the design team girls have been doing with them! Did you know that each collection includes a coordinating clear acrylic stamp set? Yep! The stamps are perfect for adding cute shapes and designs to any project as the DT will show us today.

 Thank You
Agnieszka Piskorz
 Agnieszka used the Amrosia stamps for the background behind her sentiment and for the leaves that she cut out. I love the touch the handstamped elements give this beautiful card.

BoBunny Suplies:
Paper: Weekend Market Vintage labels
Pad 6x6: Country Garden
Stamps: Ambrosia
Rub- ons from Card Kit Ambrosia
Brads: Ambrosia

Opa & Megs
Gabrielle Pollacco

Gabrielle says:  I used a variety of Bo Bunny stamps for this layout, some as a decorative element to the page (Welcome Home Chandelier), some as a background design (Snowfall script) and some to create a frame (Enchanted)....

Patterned Paper: Weekend Market (Dot, Cut-outs)
Cardstock: Chiffon Vintage (Bo Bunny Cardstock)
6x6 Paper Pads: Weekend Market, Ambrosia
Weekend Market Combo Stickers
Weekend Market Dimensional Stickers
Weekend Market Jewels
Weekend Market Trinkets
Ambrosia Brads
Stamps: SnowFall, Enchanted, Welcome Home

Debbie Sherman

White ink on a transparency make beautiful snowflakes on Debbie's layout. Try stamping on a clean transparency with white ink and using embossing powder to set the ink.

Patterned Paper - Snowfall Dot, Stripe, Blizzard, Chill
Snowfall Noteworthy
Snowfall Brads
Snowfall Stamps
Snowfall Dimensional Stickers
Snowfall Jewels

Thanks for visiting us and I hope this has inspired you to use some stamps on your next project! See you again soon!


  1. Fascinating techniques. Thanks for sharing

  2. Gorgeous! I've got one set of the stamps so far and love them!

  3. al i can saw is WOWWWWW! what breath-taking projects! each one so beautiful!

  4. awesome projects... some must try techniques, thanks for sharing.

  5. Wow wow wow!!! These are AMAZING!! The DT never disappoints!