Sunday, September 7, 2014

I took the path less traveled -- featuring Bo Bunny :)

Hi everyone! :) 

I wanted to share an altered project I made :)


I took some Bo Bunny Enchanted Garden papers, some of Carri's Skittles, an embroidery hoop (that I painted blue) ... and a VERY OLDDDDDDD poster I had from my youth (this thing is like 30 years old people! I have held onto it that long!! LOL!!)  and made a little wall hanging :) 








Here is the poster that I had ..... that I fussy cut to add to my wall hanging .... who remembers these posters?? They were called "Flower Fairies" :) 

 

And here she is all cut out on my wall hanging :) 




Thanks so much for stopping by! I appreciate it! :)

46 comments:

  1. Gorgeous, Julie! Love the fairies! I remember napkins with motives like this!

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  2. Gosh, your fussy cutting is just amazing! This such a gorgeous, magical project!

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  3. WOOOOOOOOOW! LOOOOOOOOVE this, Julie! I LOVE the papers and the layering and the little added gems! LOVE the teal too- it ties everything in together! FAB x100000000! <3

    My friend's mom and I were talking last night at a scrapbooking party about how amazing you are! We think you are Super Woman! FOR REAL! We don't know how you do it all! :)

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  4. soooo whimsical I LOVE it!!!! great colors too!!!

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  5. So pretty and a great little message

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  6. Yes I do know these posters Julie they are amazing if I look trough my mums books I can surely find one too! Your fussy cut it to perfection wow! It goes great with the Enchanted Garden collection....I love this wall hanging!
    Thank you so much for playing with us this month at Scrap Around the World & good luck hugs Amy :-)

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  7. You are the queen of repurposing!!! This is lovely!

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  8. What a wonderful way to use that 30 year old poster! Where did you hang it? The colors are beautiful. You make me want to do all those creative things again, too :)

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  9. I remember those flower fairy things! I feel like one of my elementary teachers had one hanging up...

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  10. Oh, yes! Just PERFECT for the mood board - & I remember when those sorts of posters were fashionable [eeek!!!]...surely not THAT long ago??? ANyways....loving the gnome cluster & the door & the whole hoop looks GREAT!!!

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  11. This is awesome!! I love how you brought new life to your poster! Beautiful! :)

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  12. Fabulous! I just love fairies, and I love how you fussy cut her out. Such a fun project

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  13. So very sweet! I love fairies!

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  14. Absolutely beautiful Julie, I love it!!

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  15. Very cute! Love the fussy cut fairy!

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  16. Oh that fairy is just too sweet! Love this project!

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  17. This gotta be the latest favorite of you wonderful creation, love love love it!!!!

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  18. What a lovely OTP Julie! Thank you so much for playing at SATW! If it's 8inches diameter we can pass it off as a canvas as it is flat as we don't allow OTPs at SATW unfortunately - my bad - but if you amend your post to say it is a canvas 8inches it will be fine :-D

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  19. Wow! WOW! This is amazing, Julie! Love your use of an embroidery hoop for the frame, and LOVE the fact that you utilized your old childhood poster! What a great idea that was, and a fun way to pull some nostalgia for the past into the here and now.

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  20. Julie you are the Queen of taking something as you say "old" and making it fab and beautiful! Love this!

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  21. Wow! You are one amazing gal! I love this, Julie! The fussy cutting is perfection!

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  22. Julie this is absolutely gorgeous!! The layering, colors, saying, the whole creation!!! WOW!!

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  23. I love that you used an old picture here. So cool!! :)

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  24. Absolutely gorgeous, I love the flower fairie.
    Gabi

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  25. Turned out beautifully, Julie! You are the queen of transformations!

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  26. so pretty! so many lovely details to look at, really nice Julie :)

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  27. I do that too, keeping stuff a really long time. Turned out super cute and I bet your glad you had the poster:)

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  28. This is so pretty, Julie!
    I love how you repurposed the poster!
    And I also love that poem :)

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  29. This is so lovely Julie, the colours are just gorgeous, and your photos really seem to do the altered justice. Nice job girlie xx

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  30. What an enchanting piece. I love the colors and the DP Have a blessed day
    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com http://dianamlarson.ctmh.com

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  31. Ooooh...fabulous! I love that 30 year old poster that you cut out! :)

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  32. Just gorgeous! I love your OTP projects!

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  33. It's very pretty. I like that you used the embroidery hoop for a frame.

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  34. Gorgeous. I need to dig through my junk room as I am sure I have a few of those embroidery hoops from my cross stitching days.

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  35. OMG Julie, this turned out amazing! You are sooooo talented! Beautiful job!

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  36. Oh my goodness this is outstanding! Wow, so pretty! LOVE this to bits!

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