I have been a BoBunny fan since they made stickers on rolls. Does anyone else remember those??? They have come a long way, and now are one of the leading manufacturers of scrapbooking, card making, and mixed media supplies. Here is a BoBunny Beach Card that I made using some of their awesome products.
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This BoBunny beach card is different than most of the cards that I make. It is a mixed media style more so than the traditional cards.
Since I’m near the beach and Chesapeake Bay, I really liked the papers and die cut packs when I saw them on Scrapbook.com. The glitter paste was also intriguing.
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Supplies for Bunny Beach Card
- BoBunny – Under the Sea Paper
- Bo-Bunny – Under the Sea Noteworthy Journaling Cards
- BoBunny – Gold Glitter Paste
- BoBunny – Stickable Stencils
- BoBunny – Coral Pearlescents
- BoBunny Pallet Knife Set
- Scrapbooks Adhesives – EZ Runner
- Pop Dots
- Glue Dots
Many years ago, I went to a rubber stamp show, and I was fascinated by a booth that was full of brass stencils, glitter, and white pasted. The lady demonstrating made it look so easy. After $75.00, eight hours, and a huge mess, I made 6 Snowman Christmas Cards.
BoBunny’s glitter paste and stencils is the same idea, but so much easier. The stencils are lightly tacky so they stay put on your paper without having to tape it.
The other bonus is that the glitter is in the paste, avoiding that whole mess with loose glitter.
Scrapbooking and card making supplies have come a long way over the past 15 years. Not only were these new supplies easier to use, but in this case the supplies were less expensive. How often can you say that?
I was concerned that the results would be similar to what I had with the brass stencils, but I was pleasantly surprised. I was able to add glitter fish to 3 areas of my beach card without too much mess.
I used lots of layers of beach paper and pop dots to create this dimensional card. It’s difficult to see, but I added glossy accents to the star fish to give it an epoxy look. The clear acrylic gems were added with glut dots. They were the perfect color to look like bubbles.
I had never used BoBunny Pearlescents before, but I will be ordering more. It came out of the tube smoothly with no leftover strings or “goop”.
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Mother of 3
That is so pretty! I love scrapbooking and I am often drawn to the beach themes and blue colors.
Scrapbooking sure has come a long way. I did an entire photo book for my first son and the things available back then were no where near the pretty things nowadays. This card is beautiful and has gorgeous details.