Thursday, March 10, 2016

Doodlebug Bunnville Neighborhood House Themed Layout

Hello there!  Yesterday I shared a fun layout over on the Doodlebug blog using their adorable new Bunnyville collection!  Be still my heart... This collection has so many darling images, but it was the houses that I knew I would have to put to use immediately.


Doodlebug Designs Bunnyville Play House Home Themed Layout by Mendi Yoshikawa

I decided to crop some old photos I have been holding onto in my photo box for over a decade waiting for the perfect inspiration.  In fact these were among my very first digital images that I took the day I bought my first digital camera and sadly I couldn't locate the original images so it was important for me to document these in a special way.


After I had my grouping of photos mounted on a scalloped square that I die-cut from white cardstock on my Silhouette, I set to work creating a fun little neighborhood scene using the house stickers from the icon sticker sheet.


Doodlebug Designs Bunnyville Play House Home Themed Layout by Mendi Yoshikawa

For my title I die-cut a circle from one of the 4x4 squares found on the Coloring Eggs patterned paper and then layered it with another die-cut circle cut from the swiss dots paper.  For the center, I topped it with a house popped up with foam tape which I fussy cut from the Rainbow Jellies patterned paper.  The circle was the perfect spot to center my title around using the Love Letters cardstock stickers.



Doodlebug Designs Bunnyville Play House Home Themed Layout by Mendi Yoshikawa

To finish off my page, I cut a border from the Bunnyville patterned paper and created a third grouping with a bunny and tree sticker from the icon sticker sheet.  I then topped the tree with some tiny flowers shape sprinkles and other cupcake glitter sprinkles for the flowers.


Doodlebug Designs Bunnyville Play House Home Themed Layout by Mendi Yoshikawa

I'm so happy to finally have these precious photos documented.  I hope I've inspired you to print out some special photos of your own and get them scrapbooked--You never know when you just might accidentally lose them!  ;)






Interested in the products I used to create my projects today?  To make supplies easier for you to find, I have listed them below (affiliate links included). 

Supplies Used (available at Scrapbook.com)


4 comments:

  1. This is such a beautiful layout! And look at how little Sydney was! Super cute photos of her in the moment.... priceless!
    Hugs,
    Jo
    xox

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    1. Thanks Jo! I had so much fun on this one. :)

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  2. Omgosh, I just love this layout, it makes me want to break out my scrapbooking again! I'm always drawn to projects that incorporate little houses, your photos are so sweet too <3

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    1. Thank you Amanda! You should! I still adore telling my family stories through scrapbooking. One more creative outlet for me and one that feels like a keepsake that we can hold onto. ;)

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