Published on November 8th, 2012 | by Cut@Home2
Make This Easy Card With BoBunny Powder Mountain Collection!
You too can make this easy card with BoBunny Powder Mountain Collection! The Powder Mountain Collection comes in 6 x 6″ paper pad which includes thirty-six single sided pages in shades of blue, brown, and grey, receiving 3 sheets of each design. OR you can also purchase it in 12 12″ sheets of double sided designer paper including journaling card paper and one sheet of coordinating cardstock stickers in shades of blue, brown and grey. See all our BoBunny collections HERE.
I am personally partial to this collection, because of the shades of blue (my favorite color) and the beautiful snowflake patterns. I can honestly say I like every single sheet of this paper pad!
13617546-BoBunny Powder Mountain 6×6 Paper Pad
S5-135- Spellbinders Card Creator Fancy Ribbon Threader
S4-365- Spellbinders Create a Flake Four
F-012- Spellbinders Precious Metals Premium Craft Foil
Robin’s Nest Dew Drops
So, I have a confession to make. I couldn’t get the Snowflake dies to cut all the way through the foil, so instead of getting frustrated and waste more foil, I played with it enough to lift the petals and put adhesive foam under the larger petals to hold them in place and left the small ones raised. I was quite pleased with the finished product, because not being able to pull out the cut parts actually gave a more detailed look in the foil. Sometimes it pays to just leave things alone when you make a mistake!
I stuck the Dew Drops on the snowflake with Glossy Accents and used the same adhesive to apply the snowflake to the card.
It was really easy and took me less than an hour even with my setback!
I want to give you a close look at the Bo Bunny Scrapbook Paper Powder Mountain Collection as well as BoBunny Snow Day Collection, which also comes in 6 x 6″ or 12 x 12″ paper pads. So, here are a couple quickie videos to give you an inside look at these 6 x 6″ paper pads! These collections are fantastic for cards, tags, and even scrapbooking those frosty photos from your winter activities!
Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!