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Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Bundled Up Layout (BoBunny - Winter Getaway)

Hello Ladies,
It's Karen here today to share my layout using the BoBunny - Winter Getaway Kit. I found the perfect papers to frame the sweet photos of my nephew all bundled up on a chilly day. I personally struggle with little boy layouts and find them a bit challenging but the simple doodle style snowflake designs were just what was needed.

FotoBella Supplies:
BoBunny (Winter Getaway) I Want It All Bundle
Coordinating Double Dot Paper

Other Supplies:
card stock (blue & red), transparency, ink pad (silver & blue), clear glitter embossing powder, heat tool, craft knife, chipboard snowflake, white crackle paint, snowflake embellishments, white dimensional paint, 4 photos, foam tape

1. Trim 1/4" from 2 sides of a sheet of pattern paper.
Matte with a solid blue card stock 12x12".

2. Cut a piece of transparency the same size as the central photo. Lightly tap a silver ink pad along the edge of the transparency. A light irregular coating of ink is all that is needed to create the appearance of a foggy edged window. Apply clear glitter embossing powder, remove the excess, and heat set.

3. Adhere the transparency over the photo and then matte the central photo with red card stock using foam tape.

4. Adhere the three photos in a row slightly overlapping in the top section of the layout.

5. Use a craft knife to make slits in the center of the truck's hubcaps and carefully attach a brad to each tire.

6. Attach a strip of striped paper along the bottom edge of the layout. Adhere the truck embellishment on the left lower edge using foam tape.

7. Matte a small photo with red card stock and adhere in the lower right corner. Embellish with two die cut arrows.

8. Apply blue ink to a chipboard snowflake. When thoroughly dry, apply white crackle paint to the chipboard snowflake. Set aside to dry.

9. Adhere a die cut border underneath the row of photos. Add two strips of chevron washi tape on each side. Attach the large chipboard snowflake.

10. Finally, embellish the layout with a random scattering of small snowflake clusters. Use white dimensional paint to add small white dots to the layout.

A Closer Look:


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

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