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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Bo Bunny Midnight Frost 7 comments  
   
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With the winter quickly approaching, I know that I'll have plenty of sledding and outdoor winter fun photos to scrapbook. When I saw the Bo Bunny Midnight Frost collection, I knew I was going to stock up for all of those upcoming projects! The dilemma I often face for my winter projects is that I have a boy and a girl. So many snow and winter lines have so many colors that don't really work with both of my kids photos. To my delight,The Midnight Frost Collection uses gorgeous shades of blue, green and some darker maroon/purple for highlights. This collection is perfect for all winter projects! 

 

"Polar Express" 

Welcome to the North Pole! My kids absolutely loved our trip on the Polar Express in North Conway, New Hampshire. We took the trip in December 2008 when the kids were 6 and 4. Perfect, magical ages for this type of trip! I got so many fabulous photos that night and I used some my favorites from the train on this layout.

For this layout, I used the Midnight Frost Paper as the base and cut an edge of the Snowdrift die-cut paper to use on the right side of the layout. Then, I printed 4 photos at 2"x8" to stack on the left side of the layout. For additional accents, I added some chipboard snowflakes from the 12"x12" chipboard and the Glitter Midnight Frost Dimensional Stickers.

 

 

"Brrr...."

How cold is too cold to play at an amusement park? How about 0 degrees! During our first family trip to New Hampshire, it didn't dawn on me that it could be that cold. Of course, we came prepared with the kids snowsuits, hats and all of the essentials. But, my husband and I only had heavy coats and gloves - no snowpants! This photo was taken as we were entering the Santa's Village park. Seriously, 0 degrees was without the wind chill. We had already purchased the tickets and figured we would stick it out even though it was freezing. I have good memories of the day despite the absurdity of the weather and I will never go anywhere again in New England in December without my own snowsuit! 

For the base of the layout, I used the Midnight Frost Moonlight paper and added the chipboard border from the 12"x12" chipboard sheet. I layered several scalloped sheets from the Journaling book and cut out a section of the Midnight Frost Cut Out Paper.  Chipboard snowflakes were also added from the Midnight Frost Layered chipboard stickers.

 

 

"Winter in New Hampshire"

The adventure continues through Santa's Village! This layout uses photos from our rides through the Kringle Antique Car Track. My son got to drive his first gas powered car. He was thrilled! My favorite photo is the one on the right where they are both looking back at me in the car behind them. 

I've used the Midnight Frost Powdered Paper as the base of the layout and layered journaling pages, stickers, and chipboard elements throughout the page. 

 

"A Snowflake"

A few cards using the Journaling pages, the paper from the Midnight Frost Cut Outs sheet and pearls. 

 

"Building Memories" 

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Posted by Dianedi

Reader Comments ...
11/18/10 6:08 pm
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crazy weather & all, your pix came out wonderful and you totally made this line work!!

suslvgeo . Colorado
11/18/10 7:30 am
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I got cold just looking at these ;) Beautiful work as always!!!

11/17/10 2:27 pm
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Very pretty winter line. Love your pages and your cards!

MOM2SNOX . Pacific NorthWET!
11/17/10 12:47 pm
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Beautiful!!!

croppinmama . Massachusetts
11/17/10 11:26 am
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Wow, what talent you have, I love that winter line of Bo Bunny.

mgehrke . Minnesota
11/17/10 11:20 am
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Gorgous

11/17/10 10:43 am
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Love what you did with this line of products!