Tuesday, March 10, 2015

BoBunny Safari Layout

Hi Guys! Today I've got a layout to share for BoBunny featuring the beautiful Safari Collection you can find it here.

 I love to do distress punching on my edges. It gives a tattered look that fits in with my grungy collage style. I've used a dark blue cardstock from BoBunny collections as my base.

I added lots of stamps, masking and splatters. The leaves are die cuts of Cottage Cutz and Sizzix.

A little machine stitching too. I've used the leaves from the Safari Palms papers with some fussy cutting. I like to mix things up and tear up the stickers and the break up the wooden embellishments.

Here is another view. I added my own centers to the BoBunny flowers. I like to get more milage out of my flowers by taking them apart and making a few flowers out of one.

 This is a close up of the stitching around the page.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!


Lisa Landry said...

Really love your style, Lisa! This layout really has the "WOW factor"! Beautiful & inspirational!

Bipasha K. said...

This is beyond gorgeous Lisa :)

Scraps of Darkness and Scraps of Elegance said...

Beautiful layout, Lisa!

LISA said...

So beautiful in every way!!!! Your design is simply wonderful!

Lisa aka Raining said...

Thank you Lisa Landry, Bipasha K, Scraps of Darkness and Lisa for your beautiful comments! Really makes my day! xoxo

Paper Attic said...

Lisa I really love this, just love the grunginess and the dark blue peeking out, really makes all your elements pop! I love those accordian flowers. I totally 100% agree with the comments on your post, people who are nasty to you are nothing NOTHING but jealous, there is no other explanation than that. Just ignore them, they obviously need attention desperately, so I wouldn't give it a moments thought, your work is spectacular and inspiring....hugs! Lisa xo

Bellaidea said...

Fantastic work!

Lisa aka Raining said...

Thanks so much Lisa and Agnieszka! xo

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