I’m so excited to bring you to this week’s Featured Company: Bella Blvd. In today’s spotlight you’ll learn more about Bella Blvd, see some fantastic projects by one of their designers and have the opportunity to win a Trick or Treat collection kit with coordinating embellishments. The collection is shown below (details at the end of this post).
About Bella Blvd
Bella Blvd began its journey back when owner and founder, Stephanie Hunt, was in high school, she just didn’t know it. When her passion for scrapbooking was born so were her dreams. After completing her very first scrapbook album, she realized that designing such paper products would be a dream come true.
When trying to decide on a company name, Stephanie wanted it to resemble some of her other passions: family and travel. Her Italian family heritage has shaped her life and traditions, and traveling was always encouraged to learn new cultures and gain experience. While studying abroad in Italy during college, the phrase “ Ciao Bella!” echoed the cobblestone streets. That was it! Literally meaning, hello beautiful, ciao bella was the perfect combination of her Italian family roots and her dreams for the products. Beautiful designs, beautiful colors, beautiful brand. Bella Blvd was born in June 2008.
Bella’s product pride is its versatility, quality, and affordability. Paper and stickers are the essentials in creating a single scrapbooking layout or card. Consumers can now find and purchase Bella Blvd worldwide. Our product line and embellishments continue to expand with leading industry and fashion trends, all the while creating excitement daily through our social media outlets and daily Studio Blog.
Special Bella Blvd Guest Designer
Today we also have a special Bella Blvd guest designer. Brook Stewart is part of the 2013 Bella Blvd Design Team. You can leave a comment below the post telling us what you like about her project for a chance to win a set of their beautiful Feathers pictured above.
I also cut out a second speech bubble from the trick or treat card and layered it on top of the first one to give it some extra dimension.
For my card, I started by layering some papers along with a border sticker and yellow diagonal striped Designer Tape (the tape paired with the orange border and grey graph paper reminds me of candy corn!).
I started out with the cute little bag cut from my Silhouette Cameo. I love the orange pumpkin paper and decided to use that for the bag and build from there. I embellished the treat bag with the blue polka dot paper and a piece from the die cut pack.
We really hope you have enjoyed today’s feature. We also want to extend a sincere thank you to Brook Stewart for her fabulous projects and Bella Blvd for sharing their company with us. Be sure to visit Bella Blvd to see more of their great products.
In order to enter the give-away to win the Trick or Treat collection and coordinating embellishments show above, please leave us a comment in the comments section of this post. Winner will be announced next Wednesday on the Paper Crafter’s Library blog!