Happy Monday! I hope you are off to a good start this week! I just did a little blog hopping and I am so inspired to go to my craft room and do a little creating. Before I do that though, I thought I would share another Bo Bunny layout that I created a while back using the Mama-Razzi2. This collection is so versatile, it was even perfect for some photos of Danny working with our horse Woody. He was doing some round pen work which is a way to help warm up the horse before you ride him, but it is also a way to help train him to listen better. Yes, Danny is using a whip (called a stick and string), but it is not used to hit the horse. It is the sound and movement of the whip that is used to get the horse to change directions and listen to what you want him to do. He is using a type of training called Ground Work made famous by Clinton Anderson. You horse lovers out there might know what I am talking about! As for the rest of you, I will return to scrappy talk! LOL!!!
I had a little fun playing with Ranger Rock Candy Crackle Paint on the background. I applied it to the paper as an adhesive to hold the tiny star confetti in place that I created using a punch. It also made a wonderful little crackle pattern that I just love!
I also added lots of layers and machine stitching to the banners and large circle that I fussy cut from the patterned paper.
See the star border on the left hand side? I used the negative pieces from that for the confetti on the rest of the layout!
Patterned Paper, Trinkets, Stickers, 12 x 12 Chipboard: Bo Bunny Mama-Razzi2
Punch: EK Success Starry Night
Paint: Ranger Clear Rock Candy Crackle Paint