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Saturday, October 20, 2018

BoBunny jungle life scrapbook page

Hi all, Jen Taylor here. I am stopping by today to share a fun page i made of my son. The picture is from a couple of years ago and i just love how happy he was in his monkey t-shirt so i thought the jungle life collection would be a perfect fit to scrapbook this picture.

First, head to and grab the Bo Bunny jungle life i want it all collection  and the coordinating Bo Bunny polka dot paper collection

*BoBunny jungle life I want it all collection 
*Bobunny coordinating double dot paper bundle
*Simple stories diy twine
* One 4 x6 photo 
* Tim Holtz shabby shutters spray ink 
* crème glitter paste from my stash 

Paper Trimmer 
Foam tape 
Score-tape double sided adhesive
Washi tape 
Fine tip glue
Cheetah stencil from my stash

1. First pull the zebra print paper from your collection kit
2. Then grab the distressed brown pattern paper
3. and trim a ¼ inch off the top and the side of the paper. 
4. Adhere the brown paper to the center of the zebra print paper so you have a zebra
print frame
  5. Next Grab a stencil and spread the texture past through the stencil with your spatula – repeat two more times in different areas around the page . let dry 

6. Once the paper is dry cut 4 pieces of twine
 7 .Add 3 pieces of twine to the center of the page holding them down with washi tape
  8    Then use fine tip glue or thin double sided tape to hold down the twine.( I used both)

9 Adhere one more piece of twine horizontally

       10. Spray your green spray ink in 3 areas around the page..the  messier the better
 10. Lastly, leave space for a large title
 11. Grab the collection thickers alphas and add your title

12. layer the packing from the chipboard dimensional stickers as a mat to the picture and layer cutaparts and stickers behind photo as well

13.  add foam tape as needed behind the layers to make it dimensional
14. use the diecut banner and scalloped sticker strip ans add foam tape and pop dots on the backside of them to add layers to the left of the photo
15. Finish with the diecut stars 

see close-ups below:

Happy creating! 
Jennifer Taylor 

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