Sunday, 25 August 2013

Its a BoBunny Christmas!

This past weekend I have been helping out teaching make n takes at Scrapfest by the Sea.  As well as sorting out those for the weekend I was also asked to create some Christmas decorations for display, because the weekend had a midwinter Christmas theme to it.  I tend to be a bit of a hoarder of Christmas papers and embellishments ;) yes I freely admit it lol :)
I ended up making quite a few things so I thought I'd show them to you in two posts, because theres a lot to show!  The first two are my favourites.
Ok, so the first is a 10x20" canvas using Kaisercraft wooden word.  Ive used papers from the Snowfall range from BoBunny - this was one of my absolute favourite ranges ever released! Why? Because it encompasses everything I love, Snowflakes!!! and glitter and the colour scheme, well it all just made swoon with delight :) - you'd think they made it just for me ;) lol.  I used eight papers to get three layers, tearing and ripping as I went popping doilies and snowflakes in the ripped sections as I went.  Some of those snowflakes are Kaisercraft, K&Co, Maya Road and Dusty Attic.  That large teal snowflake was a Christmas decoration I found at Spotlight, that I split in half, and theres BoBunny buttons scattered around too.

 And a few close ups for you.  Some of the chipboard I left 'naked' the rest I have either covered in glue and dipped in glitter, or embossed with white embossing powder.

 This snowflake Ive layered up with foam dots, and then added a BoBunny chipboard snowflake, - the embossing powder has ended up giving the chipboard a distressed look to it, not quite what I had in mind but it works!

The second one I have to show you is my other favourite.  Ive had a 7Gypsies house in my stash for a long time but never got around to doing anything with it.  I decided to have a go at turning it into a Christmas cottage, complete with trees and rambling vines.  Vines incidently are one of my all time favourite OTP embellishments!

The paper this time is really old, but still BoBunny of course ;)  its Noel - it has a lovely heritage feel to it.  Ive randomly stamped along all the edges of the house with a new brick stamp that BoBunny has brought out recently, and then attached the vines.

The little red berry mini vines can be found at Scrap it Simple, they've been handmade by Hilary and come in a packet of two - they are beautiful!

So theres the first few for you, I'll be back later with some more :)
Thanks for popping by!


  1. Stunning projects! Love the canvas and absolutely love the house! You did such a great job with it....really so beautiful!

  2. i've seen these in real life and they are absolutely amazingly beautiful - - fantastic Megan you are a legend!

  3. Ohh those Christmas creations are beautiful! And thank you so much for the plug about my mini berry vines - I love what you've done with them :-)

  4. I saw these IRL over the weekend and they are gorgeous.....

  5. Absolutely fabulous Megan - they looked stunning :)

  6. Stunning work allright and very precious cargo. That house is just amazing.