Do you have a favorite movie or television show? BoBunny asked it's DT that question, and challenged several members to create a layout inspired by such. Today, you can visit the BoBunny blog to see which television shows, or movies, inspired the team. Perhaps you will come away with ideas of your own!
So I began to think of other shows...not too inspired to scrap my favorite cooking shows (even though I have phots of Kyle cooking), and the station "Create" really doesn't count.... I thought of favorite movies, such as "It's A Wonderful Life" - a super easy topic for which almost any photo could be used; "Return to Me", but I had no idea whom I would be returning to; or "Sleepless in Seattle", but I've never been to NY or Seattle, and do not suffer from sleeplessness. (LOL) In a tie for my number two all time favorite movie is "While You Were Sleeping", this is one movie I never tire of. I thought to myself, wouldn't it be fun to find a sleeping baby photo, and scrap about all the things I got done while my babies were taking their afternoon nap?
If you decide to cut out the tree from your own sheet of "Bleu" paper, consider using adhesives of various thicknesses to create dimensional interest in your layout.
My journaling spots read:
- weeded the front flower bed
- emptied the dishwasher
- washed 3 loads of laundry, and folded 2. watched Oprah.
- caught up on e-mail
- admired your little fingers
Loopy Ribbon Border
Concord Double Dot Ribbon
Chocolate Dot Cardstock
Buttons and Bling - Jazmyne and Sunkissed
Black Alphabet stickers-Boxer Scrapbook Productions
Crystal butterfly sticker - Mark Richards
Colorbox chalk ink
I hope you have enjoyed this layout. Be sure to check out other movie and television show inspired layouts by other BoB DT members. Speaking of DT - are you working on your submissions for the BoBunny team? It is seriously a fabulous gig ladies and gents. I have rarely set foot in a scrapbook store this past year, and have no desire to - other than to stock up on glue dots or pacify my border punch fixation. If you have been visiting my blog this past year you can probably count my non-BoBunny projects on one hand. I really have no desire to "get other stuff" when I am swimming in BoBunny delight already. Papers, chipboard, alphabets, brads, and now, even journaling spots with the release of Noteworthy - BoBunny has all the coordinates I ever need. Good luck to those putting your hat in the ring!