Review – Bo Bunny Midnight Frost Collection Pack

I just created a single page, multi-photo layout using the BoBunny Midnight Frost Collection Pack. The package includes 18 sheets of double sided cardstock (2 each of 9 designs) and 1 accessory sheet with alphas and coordinating diecut shapes. This line has such gorgeous, deeply rich colors, that I was very impressed. I love how many of the papers have one side that is more muted and feature a distressed appearance, making them fabulous bases for layering. I also greatly enjoyed the accessory sheet that comes with the papers. Here’s what I created:

For this layout, I used the sketch provided on their blog for their Friday challenge. CLICK HERE if you’d like to create a layout for their challenge too. Hope you enjoy the Midnight Frost collection as much as I did! 😀


5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. mindy
    Jan 10, 2011 @ 21:41:41

    very cute! I love how you used the burgandy with that collection, I wouldn’t of thought, but it works 😀 Thanks so much for sharing and good luck! Thanks for playing with us at TPV!!

  2. Amy K
    Jan 11, 2011 @ 08:34:00

    beautiful! love that Bo Bunny line too! Thanks for playing along with us at TPV!

  3. patti west
    Jan 11, 2011 @ 13:30:39

    ohmygosh, where do you live!!!? Looks like it could be my neck of the woods. LOL!! My boys used to play outside in the deep snow too. Love the cool colors you chose for this beautiful lo! Thanks for playing at The Paper Variety! 🙂

  4. dlwidder
    Jan 11, 2011 @ 14:07:07

    I’m in York PA…these photos were actually taken last year after a snow storm and my oldest 2 sons were trying to build an igloo. Since I didn’t want them to get caved in on, they compromised and used a sheet of plywood to hold up their “roof”. 😀

  5. Teresa Jaye
    Jan 18, 2011 @ 20:21:02

    I love the Midnight Frost collection (well, I love all Bobunny) and used it for their sketch contest also!
    Here is a link to my layout:
    I live in southeastern PA also, just off the Lansdale exit of 476 ~ glad this winter has brought more snow and less ice!

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