Saturday, July 20, 2019

Graduation Scrapbook Layout from Malin in Sweden

Hello and welcome back!

Today I want to share with you a layout I made from my son's graduation day here in Sweden.
I used 6 images on this layout but when you first look at it you will only see one of them. I have been "hiding" the other ones on the layout since I wanted to have so many of them on it. So if you look at the pictures ( and the movie on youtube) you can see where I did hide the other ones.

I have been using the collection Boulevard that I just LOVE LOVE LOVE!! On this layout I useda lot of the papers in the collection that have blue and yellow because of our Swedish flag  and when the kids graduate here ,we put up a lot of balloons in our colors and have the flag on the tables and so on. You can see a little bit of it in the images if you look carefully.

I hope this gives you a little bit of inspiration to use more than one or two images on a layout. It is also perfect to do like this if you have some photos you want to have on it but just don´t want others to see directly ( or at all if you have it in a photo protector ), but you still want to have it there for your memories, and for you to pull out and look at whenever you feel like. Enjoy!









Products I Used:
Boulevard paper collection
One yellow paper from "On this day"  September , #22501254
Blueberry double dot paper  #12BD549
Thickers alphabet 7310599
Boulevard Washi tape #7310899
Boulevard noteworthy #7310591
Boulevard stickers #7310590
Balloon party dies #7310505
Balloon party stamps #7310498
Triple play numbers dies #7310509
Stiches stamp #10105428



Have a nice day!

Friday, July 19, 2019

Creative Wedding Layout with Angela

Hi scrappy friends! Angela here playing with Boulevard, the classy and timeless new collection by BoBunny. This week theme on the blog is Creative Layout and this is what my creativity suggested me for my newest page.




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Sometimes our memories are so important and our photos so precious that you need to show them up as much as possible. This pic from my wedding is so powerful and meaningful to me that I decided to scrap it in big!
I've recently bought a new printer that prints up to A3 size. Then I loaded up a 12" white cardstock  and I printed the photo on the smooth side.

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I shortened the photo of 0.26 inch from each side and I cut a heart in the part of the photo without figures, using a craft knife.Then, I doubled the page with a patterned paper from Boulevard collection called Boulevard de Versailles, a gorgeous newspaper print on a soft floral background.

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I embellished the heart with a cluster of flowers using both stickers and chipboards. Instead of using enamel dots, I placed some pearl brads, to give a bright point of light. 
Inside the heart I wrote a phrase I could say is my journaling.  Can you guess what it is written?

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Last, I repeated a cluster of elements on the opposite side of the page. Here is where I decided to place the title Pretty. The word is a foiled chipboard in light gold and I adhered it on some stripes of washi, to help it stand up.

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As a finishing touch, I sewed a messy stitching on the two embellished corners and I added a false stitching around the heart, using a white gel pen. 

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VoilĂ ! That's my page for today. I hope you like it and feel inspired to create your own memories with the beautiful Boulevard collection by BoBunny.

Love,
Angela


BoBunny supplies
Patterned papers: 12" Boulevard, Boulevard de Versaiiles
Chipboard: Boulevard
Cardstock Stickers: Boulevard
Washi Tape: Boulevard
Brads: Boulevard
Alphabet: Boulevard Thickers foam alpha 

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Beautiful & Chic Folder Layout with Denise

Hello BoBunny Fans!

It's Denise here today with a folder layout, using the beautiful, new Boulevard Collection.

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I created a little folder for this layout so that I could include a number of photo's from this one event. My niece had her matric dance in April, so I wanted to document this very special occasion.

Here is a look at the raw folder that I created and it also shows the sewn seam binding.

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This is the view of the raw, opened up folder.

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I was able to include 5 photo's and also a special letter that she wrote me after the dance.

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I handmade the flowers and used them along with die-cut leaves and leaves from the noteworthy pack.

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The nice thing about this folder layout is that one can add more pages and therefore add more photo's and bits. It's a great way to scrap many photo's and not make your layout too bulky!

Thanks so much for stopping by the BoBunny blog today. We really hope to see you back tomorrow.
Have a fabulous day!
Denise x



BoBunny Supplies:
Patterned Paper: Boulevard, D'Amour, De Belleville, Du Parc, De Versailles/ Boulevard
Noteworthy: Boulevard
Layered Chipboard: Boulevard
Cardstock Stickers with foil: Boulevard
Stamps: Boulevard, Take Note
Washi Tape: Boulevard

Saturday, July 13, 2019

Summer Tales Layout with Elisa

Hi everyone!!!

I'm so happy these days because it's July!  And July is my month!! Ok yes, the weather is hot. But, I love summer and I love to celebrate it everyday!

I started thinking..on summer every trip, every walk, every coffee with friends.. they could all become a tale! This is way I decided to use the first pictures of this month to create a LO entitled Summer Tales!

I used the BoBunny Celebrating Freedom collection and I had a lot of fun with the pictures. I didn't want to use their real color and was searching for a vintage look, so I applied a 50% Black & White Mask before stamping them. Since my images were vintage, I wanted a funny background to pair them with! So, I thought about something that could seem a watermelon.

To create the watermelon effect, I chose the Damask Double Dot Dusty Rose Cardstock and the Watermelon Paper by Celebrate Freedom to assemble my watermelon background. For the black seeds I decided so stamp some little flowers here and there in the center of some dots in the dusty rose cardstock.






And now let me show you some pictures of the details:


Near the main picture, I used the bigger embellishment. The two pinwheels (of course in pink and green) and some embossed flowers made with Simply Flowers Stamp Set.

On the other side, I used a pick butterfly, a little red flower, and a a red resin star.
Behind the pictures I created some layers using the "Celebrating Freedom" and the "Happy" 12x12 papers.

Of course I also used some of the Noteworthy Flowers (I cut a branch of flowers into single ones) and the little glittered dots you see are in the Celebrating Freedom Thicker Alpha.

For the title I used two Thicker Alpha: Celebrating Freedom (red glittered) and Sweet Clementine (pink with red foiled center).
Scrapbooking Tip: I really love writing my journaling with a gray pen. Black is really too strong and I don't love it on my LO.

Thanks for following along! Until next time, 





BoBunny Supplies List:
Damask Double Dot Dusty Rose 12x12" Cardstock
Celebrating Freedom Watermelon 12x12" paper
Celebrating Freedom 12x12" paper
Celebrating Freedom Happy 12x12" paper
Celebrating Freedom Chipboard Stickers
Celebrating Freedom Noteworthy
Celebrating Freedom Resin Stars
Celebrating Freedom Thikers
Sweet Clementine Thikers
It is written Stamp Set
Simply Flowers Stamp Set


Other AC Supplies:
AC StickyThumb


Thursday, July 11, 2019

3 Photo Layout with Elena

Hello BoBunny Friends,

Elena here today to share a layout I  made recently!

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I like taking many shots while photographing my kids. That way, I have many options to choose from when going to print!

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So, that's why I used 3 photos for my layout.
I started by coloring my background paper from Bazzil Cardstock with gesso and BoBunny sprays. For a more in depth look at my process, you can check out my video tutorial! :)



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To create the circle, I used WRMK Circle Spin and Trim tool.  To embellish my layout, I mostly used the Chipboard Stickers.

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For the title, I used Thickers from 2 different pack to make it more bright and colorful.

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I added some banners and stripes from the leftovers from my mini album I made with the same collection - Celebrating Freedom. PRO TIP: Make sure to save your scraps. You will always be able to find ways to use them in future projects :)

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Hope you enjoyed my project! Can't wait to see what YOU make with BoBunny Celebrating Freedom.



BoBunny Products used:

Patterned Paper: Celebrating Freedom/ Constitution
6*8 Paper Pad Celebrating Freedom
Noteworthy and Chipboard Stickers - Celebrating Freedom
Cardstock Stickers - Celebrating Freedom

Thickers:
Christmas In the Village, Yuletide Carol

Glimmer Spray:
Frost, Sugar

WRMK:
Circle Spin and Trim Tool

Bazzill Textured Cardstock