Echo Park Paper: Happy Easter

The sun has been peeking out from time to time and that gives me hope that Spring is just around the corner.
There’s nothing like getting out in the sunshine for a good, old-fashioned Easter Egg Hunt on a warm spring day. I used the Celebrate Spring collection along with elements from the Celebrate Easter collection to record this fun family tradition.
The older cousins have the job of hiding the eggs for the younger cousins. Each child is assigned an egg color, and they are only allowed to collect their color of egg … making it fair for everyone.
I typed my journaling on one of the cut apart cards from the Journal Cards paper, and layered up a couple of stickers to decorate the left side.
The cute turtle sticker peeks out from his hiding place behind the tulip chipboard sticker. Hmmm … what else is hiding there? Could it be an Easter egg? *wink*
For the title, I created another little sticker scene on the right page. I used the grass border sticker to ground the chipboard “Easter” word and tree. I added more Easter eggs “hidden” next to it and then a couple of buzzy bees. The “Happy” word is cut from the Light Pink solid paper using the Happy Easter Word Die Set.
A friendly frog joins the celebration, as he sits on top of the “Eggs” chipboard banner sticker at the bottom of the right page.
I’m willing to bed that you have a set of similar pictures that are waiting to be scrapped in your drawer. Why not pull out the Celebrate Spring and Celebrate Easter collections and get those precious Spring memories scrapped?!

Adhesives/Foam Squares
Pinking Shears
Quilt Star/Starburst Punch
Manual Die Cutting Machine
I also have a bonus project to share with you today! Earlier in the week, Echo Park Paper posted a video of me putting together this Easter card using their Celebrate Easter collection. Here’s a peek in case you missed it!
Thanks for coming by! See you again soon!


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One thought on “Echo Park Paper: Happy Easter

  1. I read your post via Feedly and seldom comment on blog post but your layout is simply too stunning, just need to let you know I am in awe with your amazing talent!


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