Vicki B and some Trinket love!

Today on the Bo Bunny blog we are focusing on the new Bo Bunny Trinkets! I am in LOVE with this latest addition to their product line! They are a great way to dress up any project and they are not too bulky. Below is a LO I created using them and make sure you stop by the Bo Bunny blog to check out what the other ladies created!

Here I used the new Vicki B collection and the Trinkets! I used a hot glue gun to adhere them to my LO. This was the best option that I had in my adhesive drawer, but I am sure other adhesives will work. I would love to hear what you find that works for you! I did a fun little stitch with my sewing machine along the right hand side and then dressed it up a bit more with some of the new Jewels.
Lastly today I wanted to remind you about the Bo Bunny Card Challenge. All you have to do is create a card using the sketch found on the Bo Bunny blog and share it with us for your chance to win a fabulous Bo Bunny prize package! The challenge is open until March 7, so you still have plenty of time to play along. You can check out all the details HERE.
And speaking of here, here is the card I created based on the sketch created by Romy.
Once again I used a little Vicki B. These are some of the scraps I had left over from the above LO. I can hardly ever bear to cut into a full 12 x12 piece of paper to create a card. Most of my cards are crafted from my scrap stash!

I hope you have more than just a good day today!
Thanks again for stopping by!


  1. love it!!!
    very very very cute post!!=P
    follow u

  2. Love, love, love those trinkets and your projects.

  3. hello Juliana. I am an fanatic scrapper and today i've visit your blog through another.I want to let you know that I admire your act, to help someone who need it! I think it's really special that you do this. Since a while my mom is diagnosed with cancer, so I admire it more! thanks alot!!
    A. The Netherlands


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