Friday, October 19, 2012

Field Trip Friday

In case you've forgotten what Field Trip Friday is....
This is when the girls take a field trip from what they normally do/use
and step outside their comfort zone while creating.

I'm pretty sure there is nothing these girls couldn't do.

 Autumn Altered Frame
Irene Tan
 Note: I've not alter a frame for a very long time. After looking at the gorgeous colors of the Apple Cider collection, I just can't resist to create an Autumn Frame for the house

 Bo Bunny Supplies:
Patterned Paper: Autumn/Apple Cider
Cardstock: Double Dot in Sunflower
Stickers: Apple Cider Dimensional Stickers
Jewels: Apple Cider
Trinkets: Apple Cider
Clear Stamps: Apple Cider
Flowers: Buttercup Zinnia
Lace: Buttercup

I'm Thankful For Your Smile
Lynn Shokoples
 Note: For this assignment I used two photos on my layout since I'm usually a one photo kind of girl. I also don't do a lot of journaling, so my promise to myself is to tell the story behind the layout.
 Bo Bunny Supplies:
Patterned Paper: Orchard, Bounty,Autumn, Pumpkin Patch, Journey/ Apple Cider
Cardstock: Double Dot Decaf Vintage
Stickers: Giving Thanks Cardstock Stickers
Noteworthy: Apple Cider
Chipboard: Apple Cider Layered Chipboard Stickers
Flowers: Clover Dahlia, Buttercup Pansy, Harvest Orange Daisy

Sunflower Altered Canvas
Debbie Sherman
 ok ladies are you ready for this?? I really went on a major field trip!! 
It was fun and extremely messy!
Note: Instead of using a brush to paint your canvas, use your fingers to apply as much paint as you want. This also gives you the option of applying it exactly where you want it
Bo Bunny Supplies:
 Patterned Paper Bo Bunny Apple Cider Stripe, Hickory
Cutouts: Apple Cider
Stamps: Apple Cider
Stickers: Apple Cider 12x12 cardstock stickers
Cardstock: Citrus Stripe

Additional Items:
Various acrylic paints
Crafter's Workshop templates
Texturing paste
Modge Podge
Brush for Modge Podge
Glimmer mist in various colors
16x20 Canvas

Romy Veul
 On this lay-out I did two things that are rather different from what I usually do. First thing
is that I made a lay-out about our cat (her name is Beertje/ Beer, which means 'Little bear' in English). Although I adore our cats, I don't seem to make lay-outs about them very often. 
For some reason I consider scrapping people a lot easier. Second, I tried to use colours that
 I wouldn't normally choose. I like to work with deep, contrasting colours, but stuck to a 
more neutral colour palette on this lay-out instead.

Bo Bunny supply list:
Patterned Paper: Country Garden, Almanac, Dot, Letters, Weathered, Cut Outs/ Country Garden
Chipboard: Country Garden 12x12 Chipboard
Stickers: Country Garden Combo Sticker
Noteworthy: Country Garden

Check out this adorable Turkey made by one of our BB fans.
Her name is Pam Bray and we fell in love with this little guy and 
wanted you all to see him!  
 We hope you all are enjoying the awesome fall day and were inspired to
step outside your comfort zone and try something new.
If you haven't already done so... you'll want to make sure to pick
up some of our Apple Cider Collection before it's all gone!!


  1. Lovely projects with the Apple Cider Collection, love them all.

  2. these rock wtg stepping out of your comfort zones......amazing :)

  3. awesome projects - and that turkey is adorable!

  4. Romy, such an incredible Lay Out you made again. What did Beertje think of it? Worthy of a sniff or 2?

  5. fun little table Turkey! He's perfect with this fall paper.

  6. Fabulous projects, love the breathtaking layouts and frame is just to cute. I did want to thank you again for sharing my turkey on your blog today.

  7. Love the projects on todays blog. I have a cheap wooden frame that I could alter and I have some of those papers......... I've just started getting into the mixed media canvas thing, thanks for some additional inspiration. That turkey is just adorable !

  8. Fun projects - the turkey is awesome!!

  9. What great projects and I am loving that turkey!!!

  10. Wow wow wow wowwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!! I love love love all the projects and loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Pam's turkey!! That is AMAZING!!!!

  11. Awesome, warm cheeful projects!

  12. What a wealth of talent exhibited here...each project is completely wonderful! Of course, having that fabulous Apple Cider paper to work with probably helped quite a lot!

  13. The talents of your DT are amazing! And love Pam's turkey! wow!

  14. Wow, what gorgeous projects and inspiration!! Thanks for sharing Pam's adorable turkey!! ~ Blessings, Tracey