Sunday, July 5, 2015

July Sketch challenge at Bo Bunny

Bo Bunny has a new challenge this month and another great sketch!
Did you see it already?

I created a page forit too and I am going to show it off on my blog next week

"Are you ready to get sketchy? Good, it's challenge time! Here's how it works in case you missed last month! Each month we will share a new sketch and what one of our designers was inspired to create with it. To play along all you have to do is create a project inspired by the sketch using BoBunny products and then share it with us using the InLinkz widget below. When you enter, you will have the chance to be randomly selected to win this spectacular prize package full of BoBunny goodies featuring the phenomenally beautiful Juliet collection!"

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Juliet again

Time for a second card with Juliet collection.
Did you the one I had on my blog last night?
Can not wait to see new collections by Bo Bunny, by the end of the month we may see it all :) 

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Juliet card

I have a new card with Juliet collection today.

I like to use elements I cut from different papers.

Have a great day and thank you for looking!

Monday, June 29, 2015

Prince's Grant Beach

...two pounds, five shillings and four pence...

Vacation, Summer, Beach. I am under impression these 3 words will rule the very next two months in our life.
For my layout created with several collections by Bo Bunny I used a photo from last vacation at Prince's Grant Beach. We love this place and I hope to go back there soon!

I like to mix collections when working on layouts so this time I really had fun with 6 of them.
No wonder I keep older Bo Bunny collections for projects like this one.

This beautiful place has a great history.
"The history of this beautiful tract of real estate goes back to when it formed part of the farm Hyde Park, owned by George Wilson Prince.
Prince had acquired the property on what would become the Dolphin Coast of northern KwaZulu-Natal by deed of grant on 20 October 1856 from Her Majesty Queen Victoria.
It is amazing to consider that the original farm, occupying some 3 354 acres, was considered to be worth the ‘princely’ sum of two pounds, five shillings and four pence, which is what Prince paid.