Scrapbook Page Layout designed by Bipasha K

Hello crafty peeps, hope you are doing great.

Today, I would be sharing my Scrapbook page layout “Priceless” using the beautiful paper range “Vintage Blooms” from Bob and Betty. It is one of the oldest and gorgeous line and the day I saw it in my design kit, I had kept it aside. I knew I wanted to transform it into a beautiful layout, but wasn’t able to come up with a design that can do true justice to its beauty until recently.
I have made a process video to walk you through the project and here it is….


Hope you enjoyed watching the video and give it a try! Here is the  list of products used in this project :
Vintage Blooms Collection (Bob and Betty)
Sequins (Dress my craft)
Prima flowers #580605, #580674
Kaisercraft Collectables Peek-A-Boo-Boy
Wycinanka chipboard frames
iCraft mixed media glue
Foam tape



Hey Guys,
Jaanhvi here to add some more sparkle to Bob n Betty Birthday Celebrations.

We’ll play something very close to scrabble, without the board of course. So there are 102 letters corresponding to 102 numbers which are being given to you. Each letter carries a score. There are two blank numbers which are the ‘wild letters’, and can be used as any alphabet to form a word. A player has to form one or more words with the letters given to them. Each letters carries a score. The person getting the highest score with valid words shall be the winner. Here are the detailed instructions for the game:

  1. A player has to choose 7 numbers from the ones given above and comment the numbers chosen along with their email id only in the “START” game post (will be posted in an hr or so). Numbers commented in any other post shall not be eligible. Please decide on the number and comment in a single post. Multiple comments shall be disqualified. Email id must be clearly mentioned in the same comment. Comments carrying only numbers without email id shall be disqualified.
  2. Number chosen by a player cannot be re-chosen by another player. So there are only 102 unique numbers (represented by letters) to play with. Therefore, look up the comments and choose from the remaining numbers only.
  3. This is a game of luck in the first place, as only 14 people can participate, the letters being limited to 102.
  4. The letters corresponding to the numbers chosen by the players shall be emailed to them within 24 hrs. Please ensure that a correct email id is provided in order to avoid the chance of losing out in the game.
  5. Player choosing the number already chosen by other player shall be disqualified, without any notice.
  6. Each player on having received their 7 letters will be required to form one or more words. Letters can be repeated while forming words. The word(s) must be any product or technique related to paper For e.g., antique, emboss, mist, pad, fussy, shall be valid words. As the letters are limited, words being part of the complete craft tool or technique names shall be valid. For eg., MIX being part of MIXED MEDIA is valid. HEAT, being part of HEAT TOOL is valid. However, please note that we reserve the right to decide a word being valid or invalid.
  7. The players must email their letters along with the words formed by them in .txt or .doc format.
  8. The ‘wild letter’ can be used by a player, if received to replace any letter. For e.g. if the letters received are G, WILD, U,P, D, R, O then G, WILD, N – ‘GUN’ shall be a valid word. However, the ‘wild letter’ carries a 0 score.
  9. The player obtaining the highest score shall be declared the winner of goodies worth rs. 5000 and a souvenir designed by me.
  10. Read through the instructions carefully. The game will begin when we hit “START” in our next post. Time of the post will be intimated in advance.

We are giving you one hour’s time, understand the rules and start thinking about your numbers, Wait for our “START” post on Bob n Betty’s Facebook page to start commenting.

Good Luck..!

Printers Tray designed with Googly Woogly Paper Collection, by Ayushi Aggarwal

Heya friends,

Ayushi here with another DT blogpost for Bob n Betty. I have used their latest release “Googly Woogly” to adorn a Printers Tray. This cute little tray would dress up any little baby’s room or it would make the perfect baby shower gift for a close friend or relative.

Each spot on the tray is a perfect place to add just a touch of paper, buttons, ribbon, pins, flowers, etc.  Here are some ideas that I have applied.

This particular collection gives you a wide range of seamless patterns, baby & pregnancy journaling cards and much more to choose from the fussy cutting element sheets. There are plenty of words, sayings and letters to say what you want to say to the little one.

The best idea is to leave one or two sections open for photos, so when the time comes they can be slipped in accordingly.

I totally loved making it, do let me know if you too liked this project.

Much Love

Bob n Betty 2nd Birthday Celebration – CONTEST 1 “Maze of Jumbled words”

Hey Friends,

Niharika here, Bringing up for you, the very first contest to celebrate Bob n Betty’s 2nd birthday – “ Maze of Jumbled Words ”

Confusing ?? Naah… I will explain it to you…

Here are few words – which are related to crafts – hidden in this maze.. All you have to do is, FIND THEM to WIN THEM!! Yess…You will actually get the same product as prize if u find it correctly in this maze.. Amazing isn’t it?


Here are the Rules:

  1. You have to find the words Hidden in this maze.
  2. Whatever words you find out, mail your answers to with Subject : “Answer to Maze of Jumbled Words Contest”.
  3. Do not post your answers on any social media platform, it will hamper your chances to win.
  4. You can participate in this puzzle (Maze of Jumbled Words) till 11:59 PM, 26th April 2017.
  5. Whoever gets the maximum correct answers (1 person), wins the contest, and gets the correctly guessed products as prize.
  6. In case of a tie, the winner will be chosen on the basis of lucky draw.

Its time for you all to get started… but before that I will give you some hint (shhh….)

“The words are not in their straight spelling i.e. the spelling of the word is also jumbled”

Now time for a little more surprise…. The winner also gets a small little cute product made by me, as a part of their prize. I am so excited to know who it will be …Have you started scratching your head already??? hehe…. So what are you waiting for guys, wear your thinking caps and start finding the answers….

All the best… !

A Birdhouse Table Lamp, designed by Jaanhvi Hinduja with Googly Woogly Paper Collection

Hello my lovely pals!

It was a lazy sunny morning, when my son saw someone fixing a birdhouse in the adjacent bungalow verandah.  He was amused having seen a tiny house and demanded one for himself :).  Well,  all of the toddler’s desires can’t be fulfilled, but this one did give me a crafty idea.  I too loved the birdhouse but wanted to escape maintaining one in my verandah! So,  i decided to make a bird house lamp for his room instead.  The newest release of Bob n Betty,  “Googly Woogly”,  gave colors to my imagination. The stack has lovely gender-neutral prints and colors that make it ideal, not only for baby record book but for a lot of baby shower and nursery decor projects.

It’s fun to have cheerful colors in a toddler’s room,  and green and yellow make a perfect color pallette as the kids outgrow the ‘pink’ and ‘blue’ age. So,  a safari theme table lamp in the shape of a bird house was a perfect choice for me.

I took a readymade MDF birdhouse and cut a 2.5″/2.5″ square out of the house base using my jigsaw cutter to make a hollow base for fixing a bulb. Next,  i cut another piece of MDF equal to the size of the base of the house and got a bulb holder fixed in this piece.  I made a hole in the backside of the house for the bulb wire to pass through and finally fixed the base having the bulb onto the house base with screws. Bulb can be changed by unscrewing the base.

The challenging part was now done and I began with painting and then decoupaging the birdhouse.  The stack has lovely fussy cut elements and notecards and i chose the monkey, the giraffe and the butterflies for my project.

Have a look how cute these animals make the birdhouse look!

My son was happy to have a cute birdhouse lamp for his room and so was I :).

Do leave your comments, how you liked this project and give it a try at leisure.


A Pregnancy Memory Keeper, designed by Niharika Gupta with Googly Woogly Paper Pack

Hi there,

Niharika this side, with one more inspiring project for you all… with the very new Googly Woogly paper pack launched by Bob n Betty….

A mother’s joy begins when one more life is stirring inside, when a tiny heartbeat is heard for the very first time, & a playful kick reminds that she is never alone…

Trust me, this paper pack collection is ‘the best’ you can chose to make your Pregnancy Memory Keeper or Pregnancy journals… perfect colors, and the elements sheet is to die for… I just loved the idea of circular calendar,  to mark the most important milestones during the precious nine months, have a closer look….

The mommy-to-be can record her secret hopes, feelings, her checkup dates, names she might like before even knowing if she has a princess or a handsome charmer in her belly, her to-do list, even her mood swings…. yes.. & you get that all at the tip of your scissors with this paper collection…

in this album, i have started with the 1st trimester page, follwed by 2nd & 3rd trimester pages, and it ends with the arrival of the baby page. As the gender of the baby is not known, i could use the neutral shades there to go with baby girl or boy pictures.. & for the decoration as well, the elements sheets has it all in baby boy, baby girl, and neutral gender theme….

I have fussy cut the hanging monkey, stars, welcome banner, the swan, and arranged them to have a perfect decoration …

I hope you like this sweet pregnancy memory keeper… do let me know if you use any of these ideas in your work, would really really love to hear from you.. 🙂

Happy crafting guys, & thanks for stopping by….

Lots of love,

Googly Woogly – a baby theme scrapbook paper collection

Hello Fellas,

We are extremely delighted to present the “much in demand” Baby theme Scrapbook Paper Collection this month.

You will fall in love with the delicate and adorable patterns featured in our Googly Woogly paper pack. This pack is so versatile that you may use it to document all of your little baby’s moments along with your pregnancy memories. This collection comes with 14 seamless patterns, baby & pregnancy journaling cards and plentiful of fussy cutting elements sheet to embrace your scrapbooks and other crafty creations.

Also, We have a happy news to share with you all, going forward..the entire range of our scrapbook paper will be available at Crafters Corner too 🙂 🙂 isn’t that a great news..?

so do not wait further and shop your favorite papers with any of our distributors listed here.

Crafters Corner – (New Delhi)

CraftsNeed – (Chennai)

Nagashri Arts – (Mumbai)

Also, we would like to welcome 2 new members to the Bob n Betty Family

Our Distributor in Nashik – Smart Creations –

And our reseller in Mumbai – Letz Craft –

Team – Bob n Betty

ALWAYS & FOREVER PAGE LAYOUT, designed by Tanya Cloete

Hello Scrappy Friends,

Tanya here with a Page Layout using Bob n Betty’s gorgeous “No One But You” Collection!

Once again I’ve used a matching colour cardstock as the base of my layout. I’ve trimmed one of the sheets (green pattern) in the collection pack to fit the cardstock sheet leaving a border.

I then trimmed another sheet (pink pattern) to fit on top and trimmed a piece off at the bottom so that the green pattern sheet can be visible.

I mixed some white paint and glitter with modeling paste and added that to the pink pattern sheet using a butterfly stencil.

The chipboard word (Always & Forever) is embossed with Ranger Rose Quartz and Bridal Tinsel Embossing Powder.

The circle chipboard frame has been inked with distress ink Worn Lipstick and Peeled Paint. A coat of glossy accents has been applied too. I’ve matted the frame with a sheet from the collection pack.

The pictures from the collection pack have been matted onto pink and green cardstock.

I then decorated the rest of the page with flowers, leaves, rhinestones and metal embellishments.

Hope you like this as much as I enjoyed making it!

Happy Scrapping!

A Hot Air Balloon covered with butterflies, designed by Tanya Cloete

Hello Scrappy Friends,

Tanya here with a Butterfly Hot Air Balloon using Bob n Betty’s beautiful #LoveSpell Collection!

The inspiration behind creating this project was a picture i came across on Pinterest!

It is a hot air balloon, meticulously  covered with butterflies. I was extremely inspired by the beauty of this picture and knew I had to make it, in 3D of course 🙂

I cut the hot air balloon and box using my Silhouette and assembled accordingly. I decorated the box with flowers, leaves, ribbon and string.

I then cut 2 strips from chipboard and painted them white. This is used as the handle support to keep the ‘balloon’ section up.

I cut 200 butterflies all together using my Memory Box butterfly dies. The solid from the collection paper and the outline butterflies from black cardstock. I glued every black outline butterfly to the solid one and added a pink rhinestone to the centre of each.

I then adhered the butterflies to the ‘balloon’. I must say this was very time consuming but I am very pleased with the end result!

Hope you like this as much as I enjoyed making it!

Happy Scrapping!


Hello Scrappy Friends,

Tanya here with a Mini Mailbox and Envelope Album using Bob n Betty’s stunning “No One But You” paper collection!

I have cut the mailbox with stand using my Silhouette and assembled accordingly. I’ve placed this on a wooden canvas that has been painted with matching colours. I also added metal feet to the canvas.

The mailbox is decorated with lots of flowers, leaves, string, chipboard piece and metal embellishments.

The mailbox can open and on the inside you will find the envelope album.

These 6 envelopes were cut using the We R Memory Keepers Envelope punch board. The sheets were cut into 6×6 and scored on a 2 5/8” score line.

I have fussy cut a lot of word strips, tags and journaling pieces from the collection pack that have been placed on the inside of each envelope.

Photos can also be added to the envelopes.

Hope you like this as much as I enjoyed making it!

Happy Scrapping!