Monday, November 1, 2010

Bo Bunny Sketch Challenge Friday with Sketch Inspirtion - "Snow Child"

A friend told me about the Bo Bunny sketch challenge so I thought I would do a layout using the new Bo Bunny "Midnight Frost" Collection. It is so pretty. I decided to flip the sketch because it worked better with my photos.
I had to use the photos of my grand daughter Annie because of the colors and the snowflakes that were on her jogging suit. The love a toddler learning to walk and trying to run, never a moment to sit down, so we were very thankful for our playpen. The layout deadline is November 3rd for the challenge.

I used the outside border of the "Midnight Frost Chipboard" Piece. I couldn't discard it when it to is so pretty. I placed it on a piece of the "Midnight Frost" paper and placed both pieces on to a piece of green card stock. I was able to capture the curve of the chipboard better when I did this.
I love hidden journaling. So the tag that I used is a Heidi Grace Journal Mount Sticker. I placed a sheer purple ribbon that has been stapled on to the left corner using the Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher, also added a few lavender gemstones to the center of the snowflakes. I just slid it in behind my photo.
I pulled the journal tag out a bit so you would have a better look at how it will be. I love clever ways to make my pages have some interest and adventure to them.
I placed my flourish to the right side of my double mounted photo after I added some of my purple sheer ribbon to it and added pop dots to the snowflake that I fussy cut. I added a some gemstones and some glittery snowflakes from EK Success to my layout.
Here is my title "Snow Girl" part of it is from the "Midnight Frost" Chipboard and the "child" is from English Rose font from Quickutz.
Bo Bunny Midnight Frost "Moonlight, Frost Flurry and Chipboard"
Bo Bunny "Tutu Dot"
Green Cardstock
Heidi Grace "Cardstock Journal Mount Stickers
EK Success " Snowflakes"
Quickutz "English Rose"
Lavender and Black Gemstones
1/4" lavender sheer ribbon
Glue Arts
Pop Dots

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