For this layout Mel used a selection of Jenni Bowlin mini papers (front porch), cutting them up into shapes to mimic the design in the crocheted blanket featured in the photo. They were then machine stitched into position and a title was added combining Jenni Bowlin chalkboard alphas (red) and the top portions of some bingo cards (Jenni Bowlin, birthday). Extra dimension was created by lifting the bingo card titles off the page with foam mounting tape.
Caz created these cute cards using the Jenni Bowlin Studios Mini Bingo Cards, Jenni Bowlin Front Porch Mini Papers and Jenni Bowlin Felt Shapes. She used the words in the Bingo Cards as the base for the greeting and added the rest using Carolee's letter stickers and mini jewelry tags.
Many thanks to the lovely Ranjini for this layout which she modestly describes as "Just a collage of scalloped hearts using papers from the Jenni Bowlin Studio Front Porch range and lots of little embellies". We think it is stunning and such a great way to use up small pieces of leftover patterned paper.
This beautiful page by Jana Eubank caught our eye and we couldn't resist sharing it. What we loved was Jana's delightful use of Jenni Bowlin floral papers on a boy page, combined with graphic shapes like circles and bold lines which keeps the layout from feeling too feminine.
Another striking layout by Jana Eubank! Jana cleverly made the Jenni Bowlin Mini Bingo Card do double duty on this page. The top portion of the card was used as a "tab" at the top of the photo. The bottom portion of the card (that would have been hidden behind the photo) has been used as an additional accent on the page. A star shape has also been punched out of it using the negative space to anchor a letter monogram. Thanks so much for sharing both your layouts Jana.
And finally – some gorgeous layouts by Jenni Bowlin herself showcasing the lovely browns and reds of the Town Square range, as well as making wonderful use of her new rubons which turns any old plain cardstock into a masterpiece! Thanks Jenni!