Sunday, December 21, 2008

Tick Tock tick tock

oh it's getting close- are you ready? have you wrapped the last gift? baked the perfect amount of cookies, sent all your christmas cards, spent time with family that you don't often get to see, drank your eggnog and noshed on some delicious holiday fare ?

i think we're ready- tho it's definately been a year that we've pulled things off at the last moment. We made lots of sugar cookies today- yum yum yum! last night we went out to look at all the wonderful lights and driving home through the town, came apon a herd of Santas- I think there may have been 15- 20 of them- all college kids as it's a college town- but it put a huge smile on all our faces!

I want to share some Bobunny projects with you from the last few weeks on the blog. Check out the work done by the other DT members- they are so amazing- I love the amazing talent that these girls have!



First is my Believe holly ornament, done with layers of cardstock and heavy weight paper, it's really sturdy, then I stitched it along the edges and up the vein line of the leaf. I also added glitter along the stitching lines- so it's sparkly as well. I hand drew these leaves, just a simple holly leaf. then I added some bobunny buttons and rubons, added on the Believe rubon and some glittery gems. I love how it turned out- so happy and cute.


next to share is this layout using the Believe line, I used the paper with the word believe - then I traced over that with glitter glue, so it was also very sparkly. I used a soft action in a photo program on my photo and i love how pretty and sweet it made the pic of Annalise. I also used gorgeous Anna Griffin velvet ribbon, lots of bobunny stuff- rubons- isn't that tree yummy!! and the buttons and stickers too. I added some punch stars and gems to the tree as well.Last is this gift set- box and tag that I made- the tin would be wonderful with some homemade goodies, the wrap simply slips on and off. I added some rubons and a snowflake from Bazzill, more bobunny ribbon, some gems and stickers too.

thanks for stopping by- hope your week and holiday ahead are filled with love, joy and special memories!

kris

3 comments:

Mrs J said...

Hi Kris. Wow, it sounds as though you're well organised with everything - would you like to come to my house to help out?!?! Love all your creations, the holly is so sweet and I especially love the sentiment on the tin!
Wishing you and your family a wonderful Christmas.
Sarah x

~dawne said...

Kristen........these are simply gorgeous. I especially love your layout!!

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