Happy Monday ladies.. I've been so busy having fun with these Bo Bunny Cambridge papers, that I refuse to throw any of it away.. took some of the scraps that were left over from a few layouts and decided to spoof up some plain jane white frames I had found on sale a while back..these really were just sitting on the shelf collecting dust..
So, here is the layout I made.. This is my son Aaron a few years ago, when he was going through his no hair Phase..LOL a few years later and he went through his "Don't cut it!" phase..LOL
Seemed like no matter how many photos I took of this layout, they were all just a tiny bit blurry... so sorry about that..
and here are some close ups:
I had a blast with the cuttlbug and a Tim Holtz embossing folder I had found on ebay a few months back.. I think its called brick wall.. can't remember exactly.. But, I also inked em a little bit after embossing just to bring some of the brick work out a bit.. looks so kewl!! :O)
then for the scraps.. I try so hard not to waste scraps and I seriously wanted to to use them all, but decided to just stick with a few choice colors..LOL
Here are the frames:
My son Adam is on the left and son Aaron is on the right..
for supplies used:
Bo Bunny Cambridge Line: Dot, Post and Cobalt papers
White 7x5 frames
embellishments by Jolee's Boutique
Keys by K&Co
Tim Holtz Distress inks: walnut stain
ranger chalk inks: brown, green and orange
Tim Holtz embossing Folder: Brick Wall
Indie Art: Gears
Indie Art: Gears
Plantin Schoolbook: Title Font
George and Basic Shapes: bricks
White Gel Pen for hand doodling
I do think that about does it for me .. I want to thank you all so much for looking and do stop by Generations Crafting and check out the idea Gallery..