Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Xyron and Bo Bunny Blog Hop Day 2

Welcome to Day 2 of the Xyron and Bo Bunny hop!  To find out all of the details, please visit the Bo Bunny and Ain't She Crafty Blog to see a full list of each day's participants and to find out how to win some awesome prizes!

I worked with the Bo Bunny Key Lime papers, and decided to make a beach-themed plaque.  It's already got me in the mood for summer.


 Take chipboard letters, turn them upside down and run through Xyron 5” Creative Station.


 Press the adhesive coated paper firmly on the letters, remove the backing, and place on the        wrong side of patterned paper.


      Trim the letters as close as possible with the scissors.  Use a hole punch to help start the holes in the enclosed areas.   Use a file along the chipboard to finish neatly.  


Measure the wooden plaque, and cut patterned paper to size.  Run through the Xyron 5” Creative Station, and apply to plaque.


     Stamp image onto lightly patterned paper.  Apply adhesive and add to plaque.    Use DIY Foam Adhesive to attach chevron banner.    Glue paper covered chipboard letters to the banner.
4   Make a paper Hibiscus or other tropical flower.  Glue to the plaque.  Cluster Bo Bunny Trinkets around the flower.

Viva Las VegaStamps!
Flower Soft
Kaisercraft Wooden Plaque
Clearsnap Ink

Please be sure to look at the other Xyron team members posting today, 


Luanne @ Sisters Craft Cafe said...

beautiful! love that color kinda moldy and flower

Mare said...

Beautiful! Love the colors!

Lake Gaston Virtual Office Assistant said...

Thanks for sharing - wonderful inspiring projects.

Crafty Aunt Dee said...

What a fun plaque and a great tutorial on creating your plaque. So fun. Great job

Laura Turcotte said...

Beautiful---just beautiful!

Amy#8546(TheTigersHaven) said...

Beautiful and so much fun. I love the colors and your details are wonderful

Laura Cox {aka scrapaddict} said...

Super cute....looks like a mini album cover!

linda-neff.com said...

Lovely plaque. The colors are great - would look so cute hanging in a beach-side cottage!