Sunday, 14 August 2016

Beautiful Dreamer - Part 1



I've been playing with some of the Bo Bunny Beatiful Dreamer products, namely the 12" x 12" papers and Noteworthy die-cuts. Love the colours from this collection, the vintage icons with gold detail in lilacs,green, cream and pinks. Gorgeous! I ended up making 13 cards, I'm going to show you five of them here, the others I still have to photograph. I still rely on a little sunshine in my conservatory for photographing LOL Not ideal for sure.



The gold details is amazing on these Noteworthy Die-Cuts, You can see it better if the card is quite darkly lit:



Products Used:
Bo Bunny Beautiful Dreamer Noteworthy Die-Cuts
Bo Bunny Beautiful Dreamer Paper Imagine (reverse side used here)
 "Happy Birthday sign I made on the computer - email me if you would like it.
Basic Grey Brad used on butterfly

Each collection have papers with gorgeous cut-outs, which makes it sooo easy to create:





 Products Used:
Bo Bunny Beautiful Dreamer Noteworthy Die-Cuts
Bo Bunny Beautiful Dreamer Paper "Daydream"
Ribbon eludes me, will link when I remember
Resin Fairy
"Treasures" metal sign by K&Co



The next card using another cut-out from the "Daydream" paper. This is a large card so you can see how versatile these sheets are, whether the size of card or layout:


Products used:
Bo Bunny Beautiful Dreamer Noteworthy Die-Cuts
Bo Bunny Beautiful Dreamer Paper "Daydream"
Bo Bunny Beautiful Dreamer Paper  "So Lovely"
Petals (own stash) 

The frame cut-out is just beautiful


I cut out part of the paper for my next card:

Beautiful gold detail on the Noteworthy Die-Cuts: 





Products Used:
Bo Bunny Beautiful Dreamer Noteworthy Die-Cuts
Bo Bunny Beautiful Dreamer Paper Memories (reverse side used here)
 "Dare to Dream" sign I made on the computer - email me if you would like it.
Resin Figure

The last card today uses paper from Graphic 45 alongside Bo Bunny's Beautiful Dreamer:


The chipboard I think was an old Kaisercraft one. I painted it with crackle paint, the sprayed it with Distress Stain "Tarnished Brass".  The sentiment is a Basic Grey Rub-on and I filled the star from the rub-on with Liquid Pearls.. On the frame itself I used Glossy Accents all over the picture in the middle to give an illusions of glass.
Products Used:
Bo Bunny Beautiful Dreamer Paper "Daydream"
 "Dare to Dream" sign I made on the computer - email me if you would like it.
Tim Holtz Distress Stain "Tarnished Brass"

I'll get the other seven cards photographed and on here in the week. :)