Brads have got to rank right up there for me in the go-tos of scrappy embellishments, but when you take a basic embellishment and fancy it up like today’s steal, the Bo Bunny Double Dot Brads, it turns from a go-to to a must have. The combination of colors and added designs will not only make my crafty projects shine but will sure dress up the limb joints of my kiddo’s paper people!
If you’re looking for more to do with your brads than paper people mobility, then today’s guest blogger, my long time friend and Bo Bunny Designer, Debbie Sherman can help you out! Grab a drink, and take a moment to relax and enjoy her creations.
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Good morning ScrapbookSteals Fans. I’m so excited to be here today as a guest of ScrapbookSteals! I was even more excited when Kristy told me I’d be designing with Bo Bunny’s Double Dot brads. Now if you don’t know me, I am Bo Bunny’s biggest fan. No really! I have almost everything they have ever produced and the evidence in my scraproom.
Today I’m sharing a couple of projects with you that I had so much fun creating. My first project is a layout of a wedding I went to last summer. I took 500 photos and the bride and groom are dear friends of mine.
To create this layout I used a die cut sheet that had little flowers as a pattern. I layered the die cut over the top of a sheet of white cardstock adhered both to a sheet of Enchanted Rose patterned paper and in the center of the flowers I adhered a Double Dot brad. I matted my photo and embellished the remainder of the layout with yellow embellishments to coordinate with the yellow Double Dot Brads.
My next project continues with the wedding theme in form of a card.
To make this card I adhered my base layers and then stamped my sentiment on Enchanted Noteworthy. I then drew a heart shape around the sentiment and alternated Double Dot brads and jewels on the penciled heart. I finished up by embellishing with pink flowers and a flourish to match the pink Double Dot Brads.
Be sure to stop by my blog for more details on these projects or just to say hi.
Thank You ScrapbookSteals for having me as a guest!
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Thank you Debbie for sharing your projects with us. Be sure to check out Debbie’s blog. Lot’s of ideas you wont want to miss!
Make sure you stop by tomorrow for our May Blog Hop and your chance to win a $20.00 gift code from ScrapbookSteals.com as well as mounds of amazing inspiration.