Monday, August 22, 2011

Some Echo Park Projects :)

Hello! Happy Monday (groan!) We have about two more weeks before the kids go back to school. I am excited because I know that once they have more of a schedule, they will adjust to life here more quickly :)

Today, I have a few Echo Park projects to share in my attempt to be a Fresh Face Designer. The first is a scrapbook page of my two girls.
Photo Booth-You & Me

Cara and Lauren snuck

off to the photo booth

when we were in the arcade.

Although they are nine years apart,

they are

so much alike.


For this page, I used The Happy Days Collection of paper as well as the Happy Days chipboard accents and brads. I used my circle dies (Spellbinders) to cut circular shapes from some of the patterned paper. I added some stitching and some tiny pearl accents to add some interest to the layout.


Next, I have a few cards:
Hello Sweet Friend
I used a Happy Days element sticker (Ice cream cone) as the focus of this card. The hello friend is a SRM sticker. I added some rhinestones to the bottom of the ice cream dish and the sweet banner (Happy Days: Journaling card) tied to the top.
Supplies: white cardstock (Gina K Designs); Element sticker-Happy Days (Echo Park Paper); Patterned paper- Happy Days: Journaling card, Borders (Happy Days); rhinestones (Recollections); hemp; ribbon (Stampin' Up!); sentiment sticker- Sweet (SRM stickers).


Happy Snow Days

I went back to an old favorite collection, Wintertime, for this card. I paired the Wintertime stickers and patterned paper with some Happy Days patterned paper and a Happy Days decorative brad. I added some rhinestones to the snowflake and some machine stitching around the edge to finish it off.

Supplies: white cardstock (Gina K Designs); Patterned paper- Wintertime: Pine green (Echo Park Paper), Happy Days: Scalloped (Echo Park Paper); element stickers- Wintertime (Echo Park Paper); brad- Happy Days (Echo Park Paper); rhinestones (Recollections, Michael's); ribbon (May Arts); sewing machine.


Thinking of You

For this card I combined an element sticker from Little Boy with Splash patterned paper. I love the boat floating along on that journaling block. I used a SRM sticker for the sentiment and finished the card with a fun yellow ribbon.

Supplies: white cardstock (Gina K Designs); Designer paper- Splash: Journaling, Big Striped (Echo Park Paper); SRM sticker sentiment- Hello; Element sticker- Little Boy (Echo Park Paper); ribbon; corner rounder punch (Creative Memories); mini attacher- Tim Holtz.

Hope you have a great day!

Thanks for stopping by!


8 comments:

Joanne (jojot) said...

what fun projects...I especially love that scrappage...so fresh and clean and yet eye popping....and that last card....a sweet nautical

Anonymous said...

adorable pictures of the girls!

Judi said...

Cute layout and cards!

Lori said...

Great combo of products. That sb page is so sweet, that age difference can be a good thing it looks like. :)

catdidit said...

Well, the move, and your little break sure hasn't affected your creative side of your brain! All of these so rock Camster! Esp love the little sail boat one!

Starla said...

Oh wow! You are rocking the projects! Favs are the SB page and the thinking of you.

Lori Whitlock said...

Cammie, I love your projects! I was wondering if you'd let me re-post some of these projects on my blog. I am the artist that created the "Happy Days," "Wintertime," and "Splash" collections that you used for Echo Park. You can check out my site here: www.loriwhitlock.com. Thanks!

Jessie/knightrone said...

Awesome projects! I hope things get back to normal, and soon!