Thursday, January 1, 2015

Bo Bunny's Altitude Collection with Laura

Hi there!

Happy, happy New Year!  Laura here, sharing my monthly reveal today, I was lucky enough to be given Bo Bunny's Altitude collection to play with!  I so love the colours - great teals, blues and purples - fab!  And not girly at all, you can certainly use these for masculine wintery themed pages, as you will see with my pages!

Here is my first page, using a photo taken on New Year's Eve of my youngest son and my nephew.  Wow, did we ever have a lot of snow!

I love this wood grained paper!  The sticker sheet and chipboard accent pack that coordinate with Altitude are just so fun!

I added a bit of doodling for impact.

And created this cut file to compliment my page. 

How cute is this guy!


Next I created this page with  a photo taken during this past November, when we got a little bit of snow.  It doesn't take much for my little guy to get out and start playing in it!  I used the December sketch at Bo Bunny, by Juliana Michaels.  

I love these frosty blue colours and added a bit of vellum from my stash to play off the frosty feel, as well as some icy blue gems.

I trimmed down a 3 x 4 card to create a smaller journaling piece.

I peeled the adhesive off of one of the buttons from the collection so that I could add twine to it.

This page has a title that is a mixture of die cut and stickers, love this for impact and variety!

More fun with gorgeous accents and I always love using the 3 x 4 cards whenever I can!

The third project I created is this fun wintery shadow box home decor item.  The frame is a cut file that I bought in the Silhouette store.

I trimmed this great phrase from one of the patterned papers, it makes for a perfect focal point.

I used a bit of twine and some gems from my stash to help anchor the great chipboard banner pieces.  I custom coloured the gems to coordinate a bit better.

I also die cut a sleigh from a patterned paper and a couple of snowflakes from cardstock.  The blue snowflake was treated with Stickles and the white snowflake received a glitter treatment.

As a final touch I glued some chunky glittery faux snow inside the frame.

I do have one more page to share with you, but you will have to wait a bit for that, it is for a special occasion (wink, wink) like the 19th!  I will also have a special treat for you!

Thank you for visiting today!


  1. Wow- A-Maze-Ing work!!

  2. Your layouts are just beautiful Laura...thanks once again for the inspiration!

  3. Wow! you did so many things with that kit:)

  4. love these projects - I have this kit on order and am now beyond excited to get it. thanks for the inspiration!