Scrapping Spring

I know that Autumn is in the air, but recently I have actually been working on getting some Easter pages done. šŸ™‚ That’s just how I roll sometimes. I was putting some items away in my cupboards and came across the We R Memory Keepers Simply Spring collection that I had purchased this year … but hadn’t yet touched. So I printed off some Easter photos from a couple years back and got to work. I’ll be sharing the pages I made today and tomorrow (so if you’re not in the mood for Spring … just check back on Friday. Hehe!)




When it comes to cut files, there seems to be a lack of really cute artwork for Easter and Spring. I was thrilled when I came across the adorable Spring cuts by SVGCuts. The bunnies I used on this layout is from the April Avenue set. You can use this artwork with your Silhouette Cameo machine as long as you have the Designer software. You will need to upload each svg separately, but it is so worth it!



The title is a file by Kolette Hall that I purchased through Silhouette Studio.Ā The title was all one piece, but I cut it apart to insert the chipboard letter stickersĀ from the Simply Spring collection to spell the word “bunny.” TheĀ title frame is an embossed die cut from the same collection. I backed it with one of the 6×6 pattern blocksĀ from one of the paper sheets and then added embossed sticker accents. I also added a couple of the embossed stickers to the girl bunny’s basket.



The chick stickers are the perfect size to compliment the die cuts. I love when I can combine elements like that to make a little scene. šŸ™‚ The boy bunny’s bucket is decorated with more embossed sticker dots from the Simply Spring sticker sheet.





This sweet little tea cup chick is also from the Silhouette store. It is a design by Sweet Elsie. Instead of using the flower included in the cut file, I used an embossed sticker from the Simply Spring sticker sheet. I created his shiny, dimensional eye using Inkssentials Black Enamel Accents and dusted him with a bit of chalk. The tea cup is embossed with the Cuttlebug Swiss Dots folder.


The title is sitting on a banner shape from and the word “cute” was found in the Silhouette store (art by American Crafts). I added a few more embossed stickers as accents to the right side.





Aren’t theseĀ bird shapes cute?! These are alsoĀ from They come from the Spring Birdhouses set.Ā To give the Simply Spring patterned papers a softer look, I used a background paper by My Mind’s Eye. This paper comes from the Indie Chic collection. It’s an older collection, but I can’t get enough of the tone-on-tone graph inspired papers. They look like a cross-stitch pattern and I just LOVE them! They work perfectly for these spring pages. (I actually use another one on a page I’ll be showing you tomorrow.)


Love how a few rows of stitching can add so much dimension to a project!



Thanks for coming by today! I hope these projects inspired you to use up some of your springtime papers!

I hope to see you again soon!


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