"Lucky Charm" includes 6 12x12 patterned papers in JPEG format and 25 elements in PNG format.
"Football" includes 6 12x12 patterned papers in JPEG format and 30 elements in PNG format.
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Today during our digital "One Buck Wednesday" sale, download the digital Echo Park Paper "Head Over Heels Paper Pack #2" kit
and the "Head Over Heels Element Pack #2" kit for just $1.
These kits are available for just $1 until midnight EST tonight so be sure to download them before the sale ends!
Are you ready to see these kits in action? Designer Rachael Sheedy created this sweet layout with today's two featured kits!
Hello! Tegan here with a romantic inspired layout just in time for Valentine’s Day! I used Blowing Kisses, and the color palette of this LOVELY collection (pun intended!) has me swooning! I love the addition of the black along with the reds and pinks. And I am in love with the hearts, doilies, and roses!
I started by trimming the solid cream paper from the collection to 8 1/2” x 11”. At the top of my layout, I simply layered strips of the solid black and red/white stripe patterned papers. And then added the round ephemera bit and a button from my supplies.
Tip: Add a little bit of vellum for a fun effect on layouts! Here I added a strip of it on the left side of the pink doily patterned paper. I love how it adds just a little something extra! I added layers of cute coordinating stickers and ephemera bits too.
I absolutely adore this couples silhouette from the sticker sheet! I used the “Love” die from the Silhouette Love Die set to cut out “Love” using vellum and added it over the couple. I think it adds a sweet touch!
The cute pink alphabet stickers are perfect for titles like the one I made here. And I seriously can’t get enough of the banner stickers. They quickly and cutely finish off the bottom of my layout!
These flower stickers are adorable too. I could have an entire garden full of them! Thanks for joining us today! I hope I have inspired you to create a layout about someone or something you love!
Blowing Kisses Collection:
Valentine Icons patterned paper
Tribal Chevron patterned paper
Valentine Bunting patterned paper
Silhouette patterned paper
Gray/Cream solid paper
Silhouette Love Die Set
manual cut machine
Hello! Shellye along today with a sweetly-dressed chipboard mailbox using the new “Blowing Kisses” Collection. Mailboxes are such a clever way to hold Valentine cards or use them as a treat box to fill with goodies!
First, I covered the top of the box with a sheet of 12X12 paper that was cut to size. If the paper doesn’t quite cover the entire box, use strips of coordinating paper to finish covering the sides. I chose to use a die from the Designer Label #5 Set to cut three black label shapes for the bottom. The shapes made a nice border and hid the area where the two papers joined.
The two ends of the box were traced onto patterned paper, cut out and set aside.
The two ends also have a raised piece (or a “lip” on the end that opens) that were covered with a strip of the solid black paper. The strips were cut ¼” wider than the actual measurement. Next, the strip was scored vertically so that it would cover the raised piece. Cuts were made into the ¼” overhang to create darts in the paper so that it could be folded to conform to the shape.
Before attaching the two end pieces of paper, a trim of red pom pom ribbon was added.
When the mailbox is open, you can see that I also added an edging of baker’s twine for extra detail.
The front was decorated with different stickers, die-cuts and fun accent embellishments.
Again, you can find cardboard, metal or wooden mailboxes of all shapes and sizes to use in a project such as this! Use it as storage for your chocolate candies or as a gift box for homemade cookies…your Valentine will love it!
3x4 Journaling Cards
Blowing Kisses Element Sticker
Blowing Kisses Alpha Sticker
Blowing Kisses 6x6 Paper Pad
Blowing Kisses Ephemera
Designer Label Set #5 Die Set
Good morning, Echo Park friends! It's Wendy Sue here today, sharing a fun little card I created with the "Blowing Kisses" collection. I just love how easy it is to create a beautiful project using the papers, along with a few stickers and pieces of ephemera from a single Echo Park collection!
This card is a standard 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" - and I just started layering, layering, layering. The base is white cardstock, but every layer after that is from Blowing Kisses! I added a bit of machine stitching, a paper doilie from my stash, a couple of buttons, brads and some fabric trim for some texture and interest.
If you enjoy making handmade cards, especially Valentine's, this collection is definitely a must-have! And guess what, you could win a collection kit for yourself - check out the details HERE on our facebook page!
Be sure to check back throughout the coming weeks for more fun ways to use this beautiful collection!
Blowing Kisses Valentine Borders
Blowing Kisses Journaling Cards
Blowing Kisses Multi Floral
Blowing Kisses Tribal Chevron
Blowing Kisses 6x6 Pad
Blowing Kisses Ephemera Pack