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Bokeh Time Gift Set

November 20th, 2014 | by Patti Senter

Are you in need of a gift for a Mother, Sister, Aunt, Friend, another Crafter??? The list is endless isn’t

Fancy Fold Card Using Bo Bunny Primrose Collection

June 16th, 2014 | by Polly Zastawnik

Today I wanted to try a new Fancy Fold card using BoBunny Primrose Collection and Spellbinders Die D-Lites Antique Corner die. Before we get started here is a list of the supplies that I used that are available on the Cut at Home website. Spellbinders Die D-Lites, Antique Corner – SKU: S2-072 BoBunny Primrose 12 x 12 Collection Pack – SKU: 16016308 Sizzix Big Shot – SKU: 657900 Silhouette America Silhouette Cameo – SKU: SILHOUETTE-CAMEO-3T Other supplies used: BoBunny Primrose Gems, White Card Stock, Washi tape and the Double Diamond Fold Card Template by Castlepark Designs, the template can be found at My video this

“It’s A Boy!” Card Using Bo Bunny Our Lil’ Monster Collection

June 4th, 2014 | by Cut@Home

    You might think that my “It’s A Boy!” Card Using Bo Bunny Our Lil’ Monster Collection is not the most traditional for a baby card, and it’s not, but it’s super cute! I am loving this collection so much for little boys! It’s bright, colorful, and it’s got the cutest little monsters! What else do you need? Well, I have had a lot of people I know getting baby girls lately, so when I finally got the change to make a baby boy card, I was thrilled to be able to do something boyish and bright. I just couldn’t bring myself

Penny Slider Card Using Spellbinders Antique Corner Die

May 19th, 2014 | by Polly Zastawnik

Hi today I made a penny slider card with Spellbinders Antique Corner die and foil. This is such a fun project to do, and a lot easier than you would think. Before I get started here is a list of the supplies used that can be found on the Cut at Home website. Spellbinders Die D-Lites, Antique Corner – SKU:S2-072 Spellbinders A Gilded Life Foil Pack – SKU:GLF-001 BoBunny Primrose 12″ x 12″ Collection Pack – SKU:16016308 Silhouette America Silhouette Cameo – SKU: SILHOUETTE-CAMEO- Items from my stash: Washi tape, blue, yellow and brown card stock, Anna Griffin Embossing folder, Pop dots, glue dots,

Bo Bunny Our Lil Monster Layout!

May 14th, 2014 | by Cut@Home

I have been dying to do a Bo Bunny Our Lil Monster layout ever since I first saw the collection at CHA in January! I knew it would be perfect for scrapping the MANY photos I’ve taken of my little grandson (who can be the most adorable little monster at times). If you have young boys around then you’ll love using this collection to capture the energy and fun of your little boy. The color palette is full of bright greens and yellows with silly monster designs and wild geometrics. and there are a ton of coordinating embellishments that enable you

Valentine Candy Heart Box!

February 12th, 2014 | by Cut@Home

Many of you ladies may think this is a little backward, but at my house my hubby is the chocoholic, and since I have been changing my eating habits over the last 10 months he has been telling me he doesn’t need sweets (HA!), so this darling little Valentine Candy Heart Box is the perfect size for a few chocolates, BUT not so many he looses all control. He CAN eat the whole box of chocolates and not feel guilty-at all! It’s perfect.       Don’t think this would take hours to do either, this baby is SO easy! Sizzix Bigz Scorboards XL

Valentine Cupcake Box

February 11th, 2014 | by Cheryl Harwick

Today I want to show you a super–easy Valentine cupcake box featuring a Sizzix die designed by Eileen Hull.  The die makes a 3-1/4” square box – perfect for a single cupcake.  The box is also so versatile that you can dress it up and make a beautiful gift box (watch for this on a future post – this die is a new fave!). The Sizzix die is specially designed to cut through most chipboard and mat boards, etc.  I started with a standard weight poster board, and cut two pieces (each has three panels and two tabs, one at either end).

Scrappin’ Silhouette Valentine Layout!

February 5th, 2014 | by Cut@Home

I created this Scrappin’ Silhouette Valentine layout for my Scrapbook Exchange Group that I meet with quarterly after planning a pepermint candy Christmas layout for a couple months. Yeah, I totally changed my plan when I sat down to my computer, which happens quite often for me. I think I’m a little A.D.D. when it comes to creating, because I will start with something in mind, but somehow what I end up with is completely different! In this case I guess you could say that I at least stayed in the color scheme I had originally intended for the peppermint

Bo Bunny Booth CHA 2014!

January 16th, 2014 | by Cut@Home

Today is crazy, so it will be a quick view of Bo Bunny Booth CHA 2014. Sorry BB! I hope I can still capture the essence of their fun new products!                 A little while back our designer Patti Senter showed us a wonderful video in her blog post using Bo Bunny’s Head over Heels Collection which was a lot of fun. You can refer to it HERE if you want to see what she did with her mini album. It turned out darling! Unfortunately, this booth was so busy by the product that I couldn’t get in there well enough to video,

Butterfly Delight Card

January 16th, 2014 | by Patti Senter

A while back my kids gave me money to buy something crafty .  I opted for the Magnetic Platform from Sizzix for my Big Shot.  Wow what a great choice that was.  The Sizzix Magnetic Platform holds your thin dies in place while cutting.  It’s a wonderful tool and has made my crafty life so much nicer.  I used Spellbinders Nestabilities Filigree Delight dies with Heartfelt Creations Daphne Collection and Bo Bunny’s Head Over Heels Collection.  These two paper lines are at opposite ends of the spectrum which is really good because it will show you how different a look you can make with

Head Over Heels Mini Album

January 2nd, 2014 | by Patti Senter

Have you been wanting to make a mini but were afraid to take that first step?  I’ve got the perfect solution for you using Bo Bunny‘s Head Over Heels paper collection and Mini Chipboard Album. Bo Bunny’s done the hard part for you, they cut the chipboard, covered it with decorative paper and printed elements for you.  Now you could purchase the book, add your photos and journaling and be done……….. or..………. you could step it up a notch like I’ve done here by adding your own personal touches. It’s super difficult to really give you a good idea of each

Holiday Recipe Journal

December 11th, 2013 | by Cheryl Harwick

Today I want to share a holiday recipe journal featuring products by Bo Bunny from the Magic Elf Collection.  The word “journal” can be a little scary, but here think of “journal” as just another word for “scrapbook”.   You may have noticed that most of the scrapbook companies are introducing recipe journals to their line-up this year. Like many I’ve resisted the temptation to do a scrapbooking project with my recipes, but when I saw this holiday collection by Bo Bunny I changed my mind.  What a fun idea to assemble a recipe book with holiday favorites – both recipes and

Thanksgiving Gratitude Journal!

November 20th, 2013 | by Cut@Home

I am a firm believer in celebrating each holiday by itself (even though I started Christmas shopping months ago) and this year I wanted to start a Thanksgiving gratitude journal for our family to write down what they are thankful for. We are celebrating with my side of the family of which I am the oldest of 10 children. If everyone comes, which there will be a few going elsewhere, there is almost 60 of us so far and counting. I thought it would be fun to pass the journal around and see what kind of response there is. Some

Elf Magic Christmas Cards

November 14th, 2013 | by Patti Senter

Do you have a couple of sheets of Christmas paper you’re wondering what to do with?  Well wonder no more.  I’ve taken two sheets of Bo Bunny‘s Elf Magic Collection and created four cards.  In the video below I’ll show you what you need to cut and how to assemble this cute Elf card. By using a little imagination and looking at your papers in sections instead as a whole you’ll find lots of things to fussy cut (like the elf above and the Santa below) and create wonderful cards that each have their own individuality. I scrunched up the note paper for

Quickie Notepad Holders

October 24th, 2013 | by Patti Senter

Do you notice when Fall rolls around you find your mind wandering to that Christmas list in your head?  I’ve got a quick and simple project today to help you cross a few of those tuck in gifts off your list.  Created with inexpensive note pads, or ones you create yourself from colored copy paper, these notepad holders are the perfect answer to ‘a little something’ gift. I used Bo Bunny‘s The Avenues Collection and Heartfelt Creations Daphne Collection for the mats for my folders.  You can actually get by with one sheet of 12×12 decorative paper and one of Black

Accordion Folded Cards

October 18th, 2013 | by Patti Senter

Using simple folds you can create a card with lots of interest for the recipient.   Start with a card base of 5 1/2″x12″. Score it at 1 3/8″ – 2 3/4″ – 5 1/4″ – 7 3/4″.  Crease your score lines creating mountain and valley folds. I fussy cut a Reindeer from the Bo Bunny Silver & Gold Collection to become the focal point of the first fold of my card.  By lining the left edge with the edge of the card and extending the right side over the fold you’ll have a card that pops out at you from the

Halloween Matchboxes

October 3rd, 2013 | by Patti Senter

Halloween is such a fun Holiday.  My Grandkids always look forward to getting a little something in the mail from me, so this year I decided to do Halloween Matchboxes filled with surprises. I had a larger matchbox in my kitchen, the kind filled with wooden matches, I took it apart and made a template to create these cuties. Here you can see the boxes on the left closed And on the right filled with Halloween pretties I found at Pier 1.  I intend on sticking a little money in as well, who doesn’t like getting a little of the green stuff? You can see

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