Bo Bunny TimePiece Newsletter Layout 2

My second Timepiece layout  – Simple Moments – also uses the Moments paper. This time, however, a lot of those gorgeous designs were left off it, as I cut it into a circular shape for the centre of a die cut page. The actual base for the die cut is Unlocked (feature side) which has had the scallop edges inked and a stitched circle added slightly inside the base of the scallops.

 Although not much of the design remains on the Moments paper, what is there is left to show and the gaps are filled in with embellishments, the photo and other papers. 


This layout features the embellishments of the range much more than the previous layout. Who could ignore these gorgeous fabric blossoms? They are lovely and soft and oh so perfect. The beige one is looser than the red one – and I found that I worried a little about it falling apart (it didn’t) and it needed a little more poking around to put into place how I wanted it to be. The hourglass is fussy cut from one of the sheets from the Journal Pad, whilst the title tag next to it comes from the 12 x 12 Sticker sheet, matted onto a frame from the Cut Outs paper. I’ve matted that again, onto another of the sheets from the Journal Pad, and put a key from the Dimensional Stickers onto the top of it all. To finish, I popped one of the sweet little Trinkets under the flowers and the ‘Dad’ circle is off one of the Sticker sheets.


 You can pop those little watch faces anywhere. This one is tucked under the paper (and photo) and I’ve ripped the top paper layer back a little and curled it under so you can see the watch face better. Another rhinestone for the centre of the hands gives a sparkly touch to it.


 The only real piece of patterned paper added to the base layer is this strip of the reverse side of Cogs and the tiny punch piece of Stripe. What looks like patterned paper above it and to the right of the photo is actually the cardboard insert to one of the embellishment packs (they all have it – but I think this one specifically came from the Jewels pack). Love it when the packaging looks just as good as the patterned paper. And of course there are the fussy cut watches from Tick Tock to finish off.


 Loving how this range can be both masculine and feminine. I think I could scrap endlessly with it – just need the photos. Lol. Next up is the Ad Lib mini – just waiting for Tracy to upload it to her blog this weekend.


One Response

  1. This is beautiful 🙂

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