Thursday, January 23, 2014

Blossoms Noteboard, Printers Tray and Flower Basket

Are you enjoying our BoBunny Blossoms Week so far? We sure hope so! Today Lynn, Juliana and Kaori share some brilliant home decor projects they created using BoBunny Blossoms. From table top decor to framed art for your wall, you are sure to find something here to inspire you!

Made With Love Note Board by Lynn Shokoples

This was a fun project to make. I started with a blank canvas for the background. After gluing the pattern paper on, I made a pocket with the flower paper so I could tuck some note cards and photos in the pocket. The buttons made the perfect centers for my blossoms. I made a little tack board out of some corkboard and glued some of the buttons on tacks I had at home so you could pin anything you wanted to the board. I chose some photos of the kids when they were small because this is a gift for my Mom's birthday.

The noteworthy pieces and stickers were just the right elements to finish my canvas.

The hard part was choosing which Blossoms to use for my project. There are so many different ones to choose from. I thought I would add a variety of them to add a focal point to the canvas.

BoBunny Supplies:
Patterned Paper: Sew Fun, Patchwork,Seamstress, 6x6 Paper Pad/ Pincushion
Cardstock: Bold And Bright Double Dot 6x6 Paper Pad
Noteworthy: Pincushion
Stickers: Combo Stickers/ Pincushion
Buttons: Pincushion
Blossoms: Clover Pansy, Clover Dahlia, Clover Bouquet,Clover Daisy, Harvest Orange Daisy
Lace: Clover Lace

Blossoms Printer's Tray by Juliana Michaels

BoBunny's Blossoms are so much fun to play with, especially for home decor type projects. This printer's tray has been in my stash for quite some time, waiting for just the right moment. I went through my Blossoms and selected a rainbow of colors from the Pansy Blossoms.  To fill the background of the tray, I measured and then cut the Woodland Winter Journal paper into 12 pieces. A variety of Stickers, Chipboard, Layered Chipboard and Wood pieces were used decorate each piece. I even cut some of the stickers and chipboard pieces to be able to place them in adjacent openings.

I created the leaves for the flowers from mulberry paper that I purchased at my local craft store and cut them using a metal die. To add a little more sparkle, I applied glitter glue to some of the chipboard and stickers pieces.

BoBunny Supplies:
Patterned Paper: Journal / Woodland Winter
Chipboard: The Avenues 12 x 12 Chipboard, The Avenues Layered Chipboard, Mama Razzi 2 12 x 12 Chipboard
Stickers: The Avenues Combo Sticker
Kraft: Wood Keys and Butterflies
Blossoms: Blush Pansy, Buttercup Pansy, Clover Pansy, Denim Blue Pansy, Harvest Orange Pansy, Plum Purple Pansy, and Wildberry Pansy

Happy Blooms Basket by Kaori Fujimoto

For my project, I created a flower basketI created the basket using the Zip-A-Dee-Doodle collection and then filled the basket with Denim Daisy Blossoms. After I created the flower basket, I placed a small square box in the bottom to help fill the space. I then adhered the Blossoms using Glue Dots. I finished it by adding a pretty ribbon to the handle.

BoBunny Supplies:
Patterned Paper: Meow, Abstract / Zip-A-Dee-Doodle
Chipboard: Zip-A-Dee-Doodle 12 x 12 Chipboard
Blossoms: Denim Daisy
Jewels: Zip-A-Dee-Doodle


  1. Such creative and amazing projects! Just beautiful! ;-)

  2. Gorgeous work with the Blossoms Lynn and Kaori!!!

  3. Wow, amazing off-the-page projects! I love them all three a lot!

  4. Oh, I love that printer tray and he flower basket. Thanks for the inspiration, ladies.

  5. Beautiful!! That note board is a cool idea!

  6. Lovely projects Juliana and Kaori! Love how you showcased the blossoms.

  7. Love the creative projects here!!! Great ideas for a note board, home decor and a floral basket - totally fun very clever girls!!!

  8. All three of the projects are gorgeous! Lynn, I could see adapting your idea as a Christmas card holder...hmmm.....

  9. Beautiful projects form all!!