I was hoping to get these pictures to be side by side but I can't seem to get them to fit so TRY to imagine them as a layout in a scrapbook. LOL These are two 12 x 12" Scrapbook pages : )
The scallop border near the top was created using heart shape Spellbinders die cuts. I have been using these recently and it is kind of nifty because you get two scallops at a time and they are easily placed. : )
The next group of pictures is of a scrapbook layout and some cards I created using "Alora" from "The Bundle" I like this layout much better! I think it might be because I really love this designer paper series.
|The flowers on the white space off to each side are all Rub-Ons from "The Bundle".|
I placed each element on 12 x 12" pieces of solid white cardstock for this layout. I wanted a lot of open white space - not too busy looking - but then I felt it needed a little something extra in the white areas so I sprayed a spritz here and there of a light aqua ink watered down a bit with a Stampin Up spritzer - then over top of that I "sprayed" red ink - but the red I applied by rubbing a tooth brush over my ink pad and then just "spraying" the ink. This is a fun technique but oh! did my fingers get inky!! heehee
|The dimensional stickers came with an occasional red rhinestone for just the right amount of bling bling|
Are you loving "The Bundle"? This is a 6 x 6" card. The frame is from the Chipboard sheet. The little bird is a Rub-On and there are three large dimensional stickers attached can you spot them all? : ) The only element on this card that is not from "The Bundle" is the little red ribbon : )
|A2 size card|
The little blue bird flying left is a Rub-On the one flying right is a sticker that I made dimensional by popping it up on another sticker : ) The large scallop flower is a sticker that I trimmed to fit. : ) I added a little bling bling on the lower right. I love this bright card! My granddaughter would say it's "happiful" : )
This simple card 6 x 6" was simple to create! The patterned paper was printed with the blue background and the scallops and the polka dots and beautiful flowers. All I added was the blue square for the sentiment, the ribbon, brads and chipboard birdhouse. I trimmed around the flowers from the tree branches carefully with an xacto knife so that the blue frame would slip up underneath - easy peasy! And it is all from "The Bundle" except the ribbon and the sentiment. The sentiment is from a Clear Art stamp set called "Glamour Girls"
I think I am so in love with this paper series because it is so bright and springy. After weeks on end of sub zero temperatures I needed a little spring! : )
If you've made it all the way to the end I applaud you! : )Thank you so much for looking. Please be sure to take advantage of the FREE card give-away I am offering. There will be a drawing on February 10th. Please see THIS POST for details.
Have a wonderful day! and check back tomorrow when I post the projects from the third series of Bo Bunny papers called "Mistletoe"