Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Focus on....Bo Bunny's Noteworthy!

I just love these pieces that are available with each of the Bo Bunny collections!  They are these amazing die-cut pieces that you can use as special matting, framing for your photos and titles, journaling tags or to create one of a kind embellishments! 

For my layout above I used papers from the Bo Bunny 'Welcome Home' collection along with Noteworthy pieces from the Welcome Home collection (to frame each of my photos) and and extra piece of Noteworthy from the Et Cetera collection as matting (I added a little machine stitching to them to add texture).

This page is about my oldest daughter Chloe and the interest she had taking in cooking and experimenting with recipes.  Above is one of her favourite grill cheese sandwiches.   (Rather than using the usual cheese for her grill cheese, she layers on the Jarlsberg, sliced fresh tomato (salt & pepper), fresh basil leaves and a drizzle of honey!.....sooooo good!  Try it, you won't be sorry you did!)

Bo Bunny Supplies used on this page:
Patterned Paper: Welcome Home Porch Swing, WH Welcome Home, WH Home Decor.
Noteworthy: Welcome Home & Et Cetera
6x6 Paper Pad: Welcome Home (behiind photo and in the torn strip at top)
Stickers: WH Combo Stickers (title & strip), and Layered Stickers Welcome Home
Tinkets: Welcome Home
Chipboard: Et Cetera (title alphas)
Welcome Home Jewels flower centers and on sticker strip.

For more inspiration on how to use Bo Bunny Noteworthy pieces, you can check out todays blogpost at the Bo Bunny blogsite!  Thanks so much for having a peek today!  :)


LN said...

Je suis sous le charme de cette très belle page : bravo !

Edilza Teixeira said...

Oi Gabrielle!!!

É impressionante como você faz as harmonias do seu trabalho!!! PARABÉNS !!!


Lean said...

wauw you have your own personal cook and she is your model to...uhhh your so lucky...Beautiful page you have created again.

LISA said...

Gorgeous layout!! That is wonderful about Chloe's love for cooking. That was my daughter as well. She is now attending Le Cordon Bleu, and just landed a job working under a Sous Chef at Disney.The Food and Wine Festival. Her dream job. You never know!! Tell Chloe to keep experimenting and creating!! She may become the next Food Network Star!!! Delish!! Now she needs a Panini press!!

Emma and Susan said...

This is AMAZING sweetie...WOWWWWWWW!!! The papers are as always just GORGEOUS and I LOVE that layout, I think its FAB that your sweet daughter loves cooking!!!
Your embellishments are stunning....*sigh*......!!!!!
Biggest hugs

Jolaine Frias said...

WOWZERS Gabi!!!! This is just stunning!

You know, I always think your LOs are gorgeous but it's not until I pay close attention to the detailed photos that I realize how much love you put into each work of art! There is just so much to admire! TFS!!!!

CraftyLoops said...

Such a stunning page and Wow that sandwich looks extremely tasty. Lee x

Romy said...

Your use of the noteworthy die-cuts is simply amazing! I just adore how you framed your photos with them. Such a gorgeous layout, which gives me that perfect summer feeling:)


What a charming and lovely moment to scrapbook....GORGEOUS work, Gabi!

pattyo said...

Was so glad to see a new post from you because you never disappoint! This is so pretty! Love that beautiful lace and the way you used the tags and frames. The sandwich sounds delicious--must give it a try!

Elisabeth said...

Such a great page. I love how you crinkled the corners for added textures. How did you do the zigzag edges?

Lizzyc said...

HI.. a really beautiful layout.. and a wonderful memory to scrap.. i hope your girl continues her love of cooking, her sangers sound delish!!

Carol said...

Wow amazing, I am in awe of your work, gorgeous photo and love all your sewing on the page.

Stay True To God said...

Hi Gabi... gorgeous layout!

Wow... Chloe's AWESOME!! Tell her I said so!! :)

God bless & big, big hugs to you and your amazing girls...


Wendy said...

It's beautyfull, I love it.


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