Friday, December 20, 2013

BoBunny Design Team December Blog Hop

Welcome to my stop on the BoBunny December Blog Hop!

Today, we are hopping along, starting & ending at the BoBunny blog.  There, you'll see a question listed next to each designer's name.  As you hop through to each blog, collect the answer to each question, and then head back to the BoBunny blog to enter the answers into a Rafflecopter giveaway, for a chance at a great prize package worth $50! 

The giveaway will be open until December 23 at 12:00 AM MST.

If you didn't start at the beginning, here are the links in order:

Keri Babbitt (you are here!)

This month, we are getting to know a little more about 6 designers.  Each designer will be sharing about themselves and their scrapping style, along with an Elf Magic project, just in time for the holidays!

I'm Keri Babbitt, a mom-of-two daughters, who both love crafting too!  Together, we love to create travel scrapbooks, canvases, and handmade gifts for others.  We also love vintage & thrift shopping together.  My scrapping style is often vintage-based, but with the clean lines of a more modern style.  I love that BoBunny products are versatile enough to satisfy both my love of vintage and my love of modern.

The theme for this month's blog hop is Elf Magic.  It's such a festive, adorable collection for my little ones!  I created a "letters to santa" mailbox for my kids to use throughout the holidays:

The pattern was a bunch of trial-and-error, LOL, but it came together so well when completed with some metal and chipboard embellishments.

After "mailing" their letters, my kids can open the back flap of the mailbox to take the letters out.

This was such a fun project, and believe me, it's gotten a LOT of use throughout the month, as the kids send holiday poems, jokes, and all sorts of correspondence to each other. Cute!

What did my 8-year-old daughter ask for as her #1 gift request from Santa?  A Lalaloopsy Haley Galaxy doll. 

Thanks so much for joining in on all the Elf Magic fun!
You're next stop is ... Lisa Gregory.


  1. Such a fun way to use the papers, creative!!

  2. Now that just made me smile! It's so cute and the kids are loving it too!

  3. I love the mail box and how you decorated it. Very cute.

  4. I love your mailbox! It is absolutely adorable!!!! Hope your daughter gets her wish! TFS!

  5. Love love the mailbox. This is great for kids...

  6. Wow that is one super cute mail box....fantastic planning and designing!

  7. Love your cute and clever mail box .Especially as the letters can be taken out. Nice work

  8. Such a cute project, Keri!! Love this fun idea for Santa letters!

  9. Adorable mailbox! Merry Christmas! All the best!

  10. Your project is so cute! Love how you designed and decorated the mail box!

  11. Looks like alot of work! So sweet and fun for the girls.

  12. Love your gorgeous postbox! Such a neat idea and so very sweet! ;-)

  13. This would be a great project for Valentines