Saturday, September 15, 2012

BoBunny Apple Cider Altered Project

Happy Saturday Bloggers!  Up on the blog today is one of the design team projects for September from The Scrapbooking Studio in Bloomington.  BoBunny Apple Cider papers and Butterscotch Acrylic Paint Dabber from Adirondack were used on this month's projects, with a few extra goodies from my stash!

The paint was used in this project on the spool and the metal Tim Holtz word stick and philosophy tag.  The word stick and philosophy tag were hung on a trinket pin with jump rings and attached to the photo mat after punching two 1/16" holes.

  The photo is matted with black, and then orange Bazzill card stock.  The "stick" was a strip of patterned paper wrapped around a piece of 16-gauge wire that was laying around in my scrappy space. :)  It was glued between the card stock layers for extra dimension and to give the back of the project a finished look.

All the papers were inked with a blending tool and Rusty Hinge Distress ink.

The top of the spool was covered with patterned paper and a Tim Holtz reinforcer.  The spool was wrapped with brown baker's twine and glued to a chipboard apple from the paper line.

Here is a close-up of the sticker, matted on black and foam taped on orange ovals.

Stop by The Scrapbooking Studio today to get your BoBunny supplies!

PS.  The lil' Pumpkin is my adorable grand-nephew, Logan.  What a cutie!  He now has a new brother, so they will provide more fodder for some future projects!  Megan, send pics!

Stop by soon for some more BoBunny inspiration!
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