Thursday, June 6, 2013

Theme paper used without it's theme....

Say that title 3 times fast. ha ha

This is such a fun idea....  
Using a themed paper for something other than it's theme.

What it really does, is gives us an excuse to shop more.

Here is Key Lime which is a Beach collection and Agnieszka used
it for a Wedding Card.  A-MAZE-ING.  Love!

Wedding card
by Agnieszka Piskorz

 BoBunny Supplies:
Patterned Paper: Key Lime Cowabunga
Jewels: Key Lime, Serenade
Dimensional Stickers: Isabela
Blossoms: Buttercup Zinnia

Then... Tara used the Anthem collection for a WINTER layout.  So cool....  
And Tara's a girl after my own heart with all the Noteworthy she used....

Warm Hearts
Tara Orr

 BoBunny Supplies:
Patterned Paper: Celebration, History, Honor, Legacy, Majesty, Nation/Anthem
Noteworthy: Anthem
Jewels: Anthem
Layered Chipboard: Anthem
Dimensional Stickers: Anthem
Chipboard: Anthem
Trinkets: Anthem
Cardstock Stickers: USA/Anthem

Our next layout is used for an American layout...  We tried to make the paper generic enough that
you could use it for several different countries.  Luz, who is from Brazil, used it for
a trip they took to America.  

By Luzma
BoBunny Supplies
Patterned Paper Anthem collection
Cardstock sticker Anthem collection
Brads Anthem collection
Trinckets Anthem collection
Jewels Anthem collection
Noteworthy Anthem collection
Dimensional stickers Anthem collection
Chipboard Anthem collection
Combo Sticker Anthem collection
12x12 chipboard Anthem collection

I guess the moral of this story is............
Don't limit yourself.  You all are amazing, and can do awesome things.

Don't forget:


  1. Nice work. Cute card and nice layouts. I especially like the Visit America layout.

  2. Love them all. Love this gorgeous paper.

  3. I loveeeeeeeee these ... and I love making pages that have nothing to do with it's theme!! So fun!!

  4. Love this layout and gorgeous paper.
    Artsychik Jeanne

  5. Great ways to step out of the box with these!! They are all so awesome!!!

  6. They are such amazing lay-outs and cards! I love how you stepped outside your comfort zone on these lovely creations.