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Sunday, December 9, 2018

Celebrating Christmas Card Day

     Do you make your own Christmas cards? Drea with the FotoBella Design Team, and I think it's a great way to show your love! Today is Christmas Card Day, and is suppose to be the day to send out your cards, but I say there's still plenty of time to get crafty, and create your own, like Jennifer did with these cards. 

     She used the new Graphic 45 (Christmas Magic) I Want It All Bundle from

     Look at those adorable faces! 

     I also included a vintage child on this card, using Bo Bunny (Christmas Collage) Papers, splattered with Dylusions Paint (White Linen). 

     The trees were done with the Tim Holtz Mini Woodland Stencil using Prima Marketing Snowflake Paste, also applied to the torn paper edges. Then I added Distress Spray Stain (Walnut Stain) to Prima Marketing Gesso (White) for the tree trunks. 

     In addition to the Bo Bunny (Christmas Collage) Layered Chipboard, and the Chipboard circles, I added a large Bo Bunny Double Dot (Ruby Red) Jewel.

     I hope we've inspired you today, and sending joy from all of us at


Saturday, December 8, 2018

Simple Fold Christmas Cards - BoBunny (Yuletide Carol)

Hello FotoBella Fans,
It's Karen...I'm here to share my first project of the month featuring the BoBunny Collection called Yuletide Carol. It is a glorious collection of vintage images with Victorian charm and deep yet muted colors.

There were so many lovely embellishments included it was difficult to choose. I especially loved the selection of shaped brads which match the papers perfectly.

I made two simple front fold cards one in landscape and one with a portrait orientation. A landscape card needs two brads in order for the front of the card to catch and display fully opened. For a festive holiday look, create berries by randomly applying red dimensional paint to the background paper. Also, add gold glitter glue to the candle flames to create a glowing haze.

A Closer Look:

Yuletide Carol I Want It All 12x12 Collection
Yuletide Carol 12x12 Coordinating Double Dot-Paper-Bundle

Other Supplies:  card base (5x7"), 3D foam tape, scoring board & tool, craft knife, red dimensional paint, gold glitter glue, ribbon

To see more amazing projects by our Designer Karen, please visit her blog, Art & Soul.

Thanks for stopping by!

Saturday, December 1, 2018

Bo Bunny (Land Of Wonder) Teacups Layout

     Hi FotoBella fans! Drea here with another layout featuring the Bo Bunny (Land Of Wonder) I Want It All Bundle from This whimsical collection is straight out of wonderland, so I scrapped this old photo of the teacups ride at Disneyland.

     I started by applying Bo Bunny Glitter Paste (Pink Punch) to the Tim Holtz (Dot Fade) Stencil along the bottom of the striped paper. Then I applied Distress Ink (Black Soot) to the edges of the banner pieces from the Noteworthy pack, using my Blending Tool. The banner is connected with some hand-stitched twine, with a sticker of teacups placed above it. 

     I secured a brad towards the end of the twine. 

     The striped banner is a sticker, with some more hand-stitched twine to highlight the title, made from Thickers included in the Bo Bunny (Land Of Wonder) Bundle. I dug out my older Bo Bunny Ephemera packs to find the sheer ribbon, and hand-stitched the gold zigzag. 

     These banner pieces with the keys, are also in the Noteworthy pack. 

     I love the arrows and glitter on this piece from the Layered Chipboard!

     But the teacups, from the Layered Chipboard, is really what makes this page! The purple heart sticking out, is from the Noteworthy pack.

     Thanks for your visit, and get the Bo Bunny (Land Of Wonder) I Want It All Bundle at!