I have the entire collection and im creating a few different projects with it. Et Cetera is so fun to work with. It has everything you need and the theme and design is so versatile you can use it with any other products to add a vintage touch. Its so easy to use because of its distressed look you dont have to worry about making mistakes its very forgiving and all errors are acctually complementing. Every paper and embellishment and trinket is wonderfully designed and very practical in any themed photos: travel, romantic, everyday, heritage...etc. etc....lol thats probably why they call it Et Cetera! Its perfect!
I purchased some for scrapbooking and plan on getting more. It can be used with any photos, any occasion, any colors! So easy to use-the layouts are simply because this paper does ALL the work. The neutral colors take the guess work out of what to do. Thanks Bo Bunny!
These papers are beautiful and so versatile. I have used quite a few of them for pages of an album I am creating for my adult son to give him for Christmas. For me, it's much easier to do masculine LOs with vintage-look papers.
Used in this layout: The Day You Were Born
I love the papers and some of the stickers are great to used on most of my heritage albums. The only reason I give it a 4 stars is because the tiny letters are hard to peel off. Because it makes the other stickers come off along with it. That is my only probably with it.
I really new to scrap-booking, I'm 16 and my school just opened scrap-booking as an elective and its awesome!
Bo-bunny press is the first product I used and I really love it, I used the Et Cetera Collection for my first few pages and now I'm using the Gabrielle collection both have amazing colors and patterns. I'm really into the vintage and antique thing so this brand really has a hold on my heart.
I'm in the art academy at my school, and even though I was creative enough to get in, I'm kinda of lazy when it comes to cranking out art pieces. But with scrap-booking, I never have a problem getting right to work on my scrapbook, which is more fun for me than anything else.
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