Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Love me some Bo Bunny Inspiration

Anyone that knows me, knows how much I love Bo Bunny products and I love visiting their blog for all the wonderful inspiration that the team creates! This past Friday, they had posted on their blog, Layout Challenge Friday. When I saw this sketch, I just knew that I would have to try and play with it and see what I could come up with! They posted this sketch for inspiration and have asked us to play along and share our creations with them. Of course, I love a good challenge, and therefore got working on this immediately.

For my layout I used the Bo Bunny Flutter Butter papers, rub-ons, stickers and buttons and bling. I did a lot of slicing of the original pattern papers to get the most out of it. I didn't have the flowers that went with this collection, and therefore I cut them out from the pattern papers and pop dotted them on my layout for added dimension. My inspiration for this layout came from the quote on the Bo Bunny sticker: Whatever you are, be a good one!

I used this photo of me, that was taken at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Niagara Falls, Ontario in 2007. We frequently visit there and my husband thought that I needed to scrap more photos of me. So here we have it, another layout of me for our albums.
In addition to my Bo Bunny products I used bling swirls from Dollar Giant, Bazzill Cardstock and American Crafts Thickers for my title.


Just 'T' said...

OHHHH, I love your layouts :) It's so pretty~~and a beautiful picture of you ~~although Sean thinks there should be a bow on there somewhere ;)

Jen said...

Thanks for such a sweet comment on my blog! ;)

Samantha said...

hi, I wanted to come by and thank you for the sweet blog comments! And let you know how amazing this lay out is! Youe attention to detail here is incredible. love all the time and heart you put into each hand cut piece.

More like....etc. said...

You have done AMAZING with that sketch! :D LOVE IT!!!

thanks for the compliments on my cards :D I should finish them... but like you said, they can be versatile if I leave them at this point of "done-ness" ;)