Echo Park Paper: Things I Love About Winter

We’ve been looking ahead to winter over on the Echo Park Paper Blog, and today I’m sharing a winter layout using the Celebrate Winter collection.
You all know that fall is my very favorite season, and I’ve always thought of winter as my LEAST favorite season … that is, until I stopped to document all of the things that I actually DO love about it!
Jana Eubank Echo Park Paper Celebrate Winter I Love Winter Layout 1 600
A cluster of snowflakes accent the title at the top of the page. If you look close, you will even see a snowflake (punched from the Winter Wonderland Paper), peeking through the center of the letter “o.”
Jana Eubank Echo Park Paper Celebrate Winter I Love Winter Layout 2 600
To make things a little more interesting, I matted my photos with two different patterned papers (Sweater Weather and Snowflake Kisses).
To the left of my photo block I used one of the 4×4 Journaling Cards as a large accent. I added a cheery, red button to the center of the snowflake on the card for dimension.
Jana Eubank Echo Park Paper Celebrate Winter I Love Winter Layout 3 600
I anchored the word “winter” on a thin strip of the Build a Snowman paper below the photos. A cute snowman and cup of hot cocoa flank either side.
Jana Eubank Echo Park Paper Celebrate Winter I Love Winter Layout 4 600
I used the large empty space below the photos to write all of my favorite things about winter, and you know what?! I discovered that I love the season more than I thought!
Jana Eubank Echo Park Paper Celebrate Winter I Love Winter Layout 5 600
Stay warm and cozy!
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