Friday, June 20, 2014

Day 40 Giveaway and Off The Page Projects

One day left to enter to win the day 40 giveaway! Think of all the scrapping! GOOOD LUCK!

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Butterfly Printer's Tray by Ilene Tell



For me, "mixed media" equates to "fun". That's an opportunity to get all the cool stuff I have out and get messy :) And I definitely went all out with this little tray - which I got at the dollar store for... well, a $1. It started out as plain wood, and then I painted the whole thing with white gesso. Then, I applied "molding paste" to the background with a Popsicle stick - I have a whole ton of them from all the rub-ons.

Then, I sprayed with a couple different mists - first a peachy-orange, and then a brown, and then dabbed it in before it dried completely. I added dots with a "Pearl Pen", and I made the 2 butterflies using a little silicone mold and Crayola air-dry clay (I have a whole tub of it I had gotten for the kids). After they were dried, I painted the larger one with pink smooch ink.





I filled the little glass bottles with glass micro-beads, and then decorated the larger bottle with Bo Bunny washi tape and chipboard embellie.





Once I had the background done and completely dried, I had a blast filling the little box with all sorts of fun stuff and Bo Bunny embellies from a couple different collections. I even found a spot for a little light bulb from my kids' night light.





Bo Bunny Supplies:
Buttons: Primrose
Layered Chipboard: Baby Bump
Jewels: Baby Bump
Washi Tape: Baby Bump
Blossoms: Natural Daisy
Kraft: Wood Keys & Butterflies







Sew Cute Printer's Tray by Lisa Novogrodski

As soon as I saw the Pincushion collection I knew it would be perfect for a printers tray. All those little nooks and crannies to fill with sweet buttons, chipboard hearts, banners and dress forms!

The edges of my box were covered in a modeling paste and I used a stencil in some areas to get some raised bumps. I then coated it all in different mists, which I painted on, then used a gold leaf over it for shabby patina.
I made my dress form with a die and then applied her to BoBunny packaging which I created a tag out of. I also embossed it and used some inks. There are so many fun die cuts in the Noteworthy pack and lots of great images to fussy cut on the pattern papers and add to your little cubbies.


You can see here all the fun little details. 


I loved layering all the beautiful chipboards, buttons and banners. I enjoy adding cotton string to everything. It adds a beautiful shabby feel with delicate texture.

BoBunny Supplies:
Pattern Paper: Backstitch, Doilies, Thread Count, Seamstress, Toile/ Pincushion
Noteworthy: Pincushion
Layered Chipboard: Pincushion
Buttons: Pincushion
Cardstock Stickers: Pincushion
12 x 12 Chipboard: Pincushion
Combo Stickers: Pincushion
Jewels: Baby Bump
Doilies: Small
Brads: Baby Bump





Canvas Tag by Kaori Fujimoto

I have decorated the canvas tag for my assignment of Mixed Media. 
Stuck the papers, buttons, and wood embellishments on a canvas tag and applied Gesso to be white.

Space is filled with modeling paste. After dry, applied blue green mist and brown mist. furthermore, it dries, attaches a highlight by Gesso. Finally stuck the thread and Jewels.






Bo Bunny Supplies:
Paper: Slush, Cozy / Woodland Winter
Buttons: Woodland Winter
12x12  Chipboard: Woodland Winter
Jewels: Zip-A-Dee-Doodle
Kraft: Wood Keys & Butterflies, Wood Clocks
Doilies: 4in Small Doilies

22 comments:

  1. Wonderful projects again today. Hoping to win the big prize.

    Sue
    http://suek86401.blogspot.com/

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  2. Wow, I love these mixed media projects. Thanks for showing how to combine BoBunny products with mixed media style!!! Love, love, love.

    Tessa

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  3. I would use this to start some pages about our adventures.

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  4. My favorite way to use Bo Bunny is to make Mini Albums and Scrapbook Layouts. Wow!! What an awesome prize this would be to win!!

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  5. I love your products to make scrapbook layouts and cards. Such fun images and unique embellishments.

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  6. My favorite way to use Bo Bunny products is to make mini albums! I love Bo Bunny mini albums, they are absolutely the cutest. This would be a dream to win!!

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  7. Love to decorate trays and shadow boxes with Bo Bunny and give them as gifts. What a treat to win the grand prize! Good luck all.

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  8. Mini albums and scrapbook pages!

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  9. Definitely a mini album...or 3!! :) Thanks for all the fun giveaways!!

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  10. I love everything, I would use to for media mix

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  11. Mini albums, mini albums and more mini albums!!

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  12. Your design team is so uber talented. I am always in awe of the projects that they showcase! Would absolutely be overjoyed to win the entire collection!!!!! Fingers crossed!!! I would make some beautiful layouts and mini albums. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  13. I can't wait to start using your new products! Thank you for all these opportunities to win! !

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  14. Wow, I need to hit the dollar store more often!!!! What a steal on that tray :) Gorgeous projects!

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  15. so very beautiful! i would use the products for altered items and mini albums.

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  16. OMG!! what a fab prize!!! I would make tags , cards minis etc....

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  17. Lovely, lovely works of art!!! And one amazingly generous and exciting prize! Thank you for the chance to win it!!!

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  18. Ooooo!!! Ahhhhh!!! Everything is SO gorgeous!!! I'm so inspired by that tag, YUM!!! Both of those curio boxes are totally awesome OMGosh like completely off the charts fabulous!!! I'm seriously drooling!!! It's all truly stunning!

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  19. Wow these are amazing. I love printers trays! The canvas tag is awesome!

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  20. How lovely works!
    I would win this package for my cards, mini album and altered objects

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  21. Thanks so much for all the inspiration! The printer trays are stunning and I adore the tag!

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