Friday, April 20, 2012

Give Me Mora of That Alora!

Good Friday Morning! I am so excited to bring you more Bo Bunny Alora projects! Have you seen all of the projects the Design Team has done over the past week? Its amazing how two Bo Bunny lines - "On The Go" and "Alora" can be used!
I was given the Alora line and I will admit I was a bit intimidated! I usually do not work with large florals and bright colors but once I got them I had a blast creating fun pages about my fun daughter Amory!
The two pieces I was most excited about were the Alora Wish and the Alora Tiny Type Cardstock Sticker. Why, you ask? Because the title is my absolute favorite part of a layout! With those two pieces I saw an endless amount of possibilities!
For this first layout I combined a strip from the Wish paper - I used only the words and cut away the cute birdies. (Amory took them from me and decorated a card for her teacher) I combined the strip with the Tiny Type Alphas to create the title and journaling all in one!
The title/journaling reads
All You Need is Love of Ice Cream, Your Friends and a Cherry on Top!
The cherry sticker from the Girly Girl Cardstock Sticker was the perfect accent for this page!

For this next layout I cut apart two strips from the Wish paper and along with the Tiny Type Alphas created another layout with the title and journaling all in one.
The title/journaling reads
All You Need Is Shaving Cream To Make a Big Mess of Fun!

On this next layout I created splashes by fussy cutting the swirls from the Alora Giggles. The Girly Girl Cardstock Sticker circle frame was perfect to highlight the picture of Amory floating in the pool!
Say hello to the
Beach Babe!

And last but not least was a gift for Amory's little friend Aubrey. Aubrey, like Amory, is an artist. I altered a paint can and made a matching card with the Alora papers.
The card front was fussy cut from the Alora Cut Outs paper and the letters spelling "wish" were also fussy cut from the Alora Wish paper. I used the Alora Tiny Type Cardstock Sticker to write out "Make A" and the card was complete!

This is the paint can stuffed to the brim with paint, glue, modeling clay and glittery fun projects. An art apron I made was placed on top to protect Aubrey from said paint, glitter, glue, and clay! I circled the paint can with the Alora Burst that I cut in half. The two six inch pieces were placed around the bottom half and the Alora Stitches cut in two three inch pieces circled the top. I used the Alora Combo Stickers layered on cardstock to decorate the front of the paint can, a piece of ric rac hid the seam and tulle around the handle created the perfect girly finish.

Thank you for stopping by and seeing all that I created with my Bo Bunny Alora papers!
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  1. I always love the title of your layouts Kristin! Fabulous pages, card and love, love, love the can!

  2. you rocked these papers Kristin!