Echo Park Paper: Wedding Gazebo Gift Box

I love a beautiful outdoor wedding in the summertime! Create a crisp, white gazebo adorned with flowers to collect wedding cards at your next wedding celebration … or maybe even use this as a special gift box! The Echo Park Paper Wedding Bliss collection is perfect for this!
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I created the box using the Carta Bella Paper Ultra White Felt Designer Cardstock and the gorgeous papers from the Wedding Bliss collection. I cut the Gazebo Cut File (Winter Gazebo by using my Silhouette Cameo Electronic Cutting Machine.
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I wanted the top of the gazebo to really catch your eye, so I used the Wedding Floral Paper with its beautiful gold foil accents. I added detail to the edges by embossing white cardstock with the Dainty Damask embossing folder.
Next, I created some big, beautiful flowers  and a Mini Paper Fan to use as a focal point on the roof. The flowers were cut using the Rose Flower – Small Cut File by Echo Park Paper (Design #193699 in the Silhouette Design Store). The leaves are from the Flower Cut File by Echo Park Paper (Design #192286 in the Silhouette Design Store).
I tucked in a couple of tags from the Frames & Tags Ephemera Pack for even more interest.
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For the windows I used the Easter Vellum Dot Paper in Blush Bunny. I adhered it “inside out” so that the dots were a more subtle pink. I fussy-cut the banners from the Forever and Always Paper to form a swag all the way around the gazebo, adding in a couple of lengths of pearl strands for more dimension.
I punched the flowers from the Lt. Pink/Pink Coordinating Solid paper and then added enamel dots for the flower centers.
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The box opens up so that you can place electronic lights inside, if you would like. Here you can see the vellum adhered to the inside of the box with the pattern facing inwards.
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I added the “Bride & Groom” sticker and heart stickers to the doorway. Look how cute it looks all lit up in the dark!
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On the bottom portion of the box, I created another cluster of embellishments with more die cut leaves and two more Mini Paper Fans. I added a couple of enamel dots to the center of one of the paper fans for a bit of shine. I added the “I Do” sticker to the center of the other one.
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Another great use for this project would be to use it as a centerpiece of a table; either at a wedding, on a small table along with the guest book, or maybe as a fun decoration for a bridal shower. There are so many possibilities!
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Winter Gazebo cut file by
Rose Flower – Small by Echo Park Paper (Design #193699 in the Silhouette Design Store)
Flower by Echo Park Paper (Design #192286 in the Silhouette Design Store)
Flower Punch: Stampin’ Up
Pearl Garland
Hot Glue/Glue Gun
Liquid Adhesive

I hope you enjoyed this project today. See you again soon!


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Stashbuster: St. Patrick’s Day Layout

St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner and I couldn’t resist scrapbooking my little leprechaun with the Echo Park Paper Lucky Charm mini theme from last year.

I used a few papers from my stash to build up my background and then placed a block of photos on top.


I placed my photos in opposite corners of a block of the rainbow side of the Lucky Charms Journaling Cards paper and then filled in the corners with the cut apart journaling cards and other patterned papers.


In the top right corner I dotted the letter I with white enamel dots, and added a piece of the clover side of the Lucky Charm Lucky Clover paper.

In the bottom right corner I typed my journaling  with a typewriter and then added it to a block of the script side of the Lucky Charm Lucky Clover paper.


I added a bit of washi tape, and some of the Lucky Charm stickers accented with Yellow Queen & Company Button Bouquet buttons.


My daughter left this cute and colorful note for our family on the morning of St. Patrick’s Day last year and I couldn’t resist taking a picture of it and adding it to this page. She is my holiday girl and dressed so cute in her green for the day!



  • Cardstock: Holly Leaf by Coordinationg, American Crafts
  • Patterned Paper: Pink Paislee (triangle background), American Crafts (blue dot), My Mind’s Eye (woodgrain), Echo Park Paper (Lucky Charm Mini Theme)
  • Scallop Border Punch
  • Gold Glitter Tape
  • Scallop Glitter Tape
  • Red Buttons
  • White Enamel Dots (BasicGrey)
  • Scissors/Trimmer
  • Foam Squares/Glue Dots/Adhesive
  • Typewriter

Happy scrapping!


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Layout: Baby, It’s Cold Outside

I bought so many cute winter collections this year, but haven’t had the time to use them! Before it gets too warm outside and I am no longer in the mood to scrap my winter photos I’m going to work on getting some of them done.

Here’s one from a winter drive we took as a family last year using the Winter Wonderland collection by Simple Stories.


One of my favorite places in Utah is the Heber/Midway valley. I can’t tell you how many times we have driven by this covered bridge … I have ALWAYS wanted to stop and take a stroll across it, but we were always on our way to something and didn’t have the time. On this day, we finally did it! And you can bet I took a photo! Ha!


I pulled this embossed woodgrain paper from my stash to use as the base of my layout. It’s a paper called Front Desk from the Pebbles Fresh Goods collection from several years ago. It is pink on the other side, but I always thought this cream would make the prettiest background! It works awesome here as it reminds me of the texture of the wood the covered bridge is made of.



I cut out the word “COLD” from the 4×12 and 6×12 Elements paper and then used the letter stickers from the Combo Sticker sheet to spell out my title. The snowshoes were just too cute to resist using on this page (even though I haven’t gone snowshoeing in YEARS! Hmmm … I remember having fun doing that … I definitely need to do that again sometime soon).



  • Cardstock: Kraft
  • Cream Woodgrain Background Paper (Front Desk from Pebbles Inc. Fresh Goods collection)
  • Light Brown Distressing Ink
  • Twine
  • Studio Calico Clay Spray Mist
  • Foam Squares/Glue Dots/Adhesive
  • Scissors/Trimmer
  • Computer/Printer/White Cardstock for Journaling

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Queen & Co.: Graduation Layout

Last year my daughter graduated from high school. What better way to scrapbook her graduation photo than to add a touch of the celebration to this page with the New Queen and Company Balloons Shaker Kit?!
Her high school colors are red and gray, but I die cut the balloon shapes in black to help them stand out fom everything else on the page. I filled the balloons with red Sparklers and several red toppings (sequin sprinkles, diamonds). I included the color gray, too, by adding in a dash of dark gray Neutral Pearlies Topping.
For the background, I punched several hexagon shapes from red and gray papers from the mat stacks. I then added a red flower buttons.
I brought the black color to the right side of the page by accenting her photo with a few of the stars from the Magic Ears Epoxy Icons set. I adhered the open star on the red Simple Stripes mat stack paper, and then cut around the sticker with scissors. The stars are accented by a sprinkling of white Petite Posies.
I cut the title for the page out of black cardstock using an electronic die cutting machine and then accented it with more epoxy stars and petite posies.
Finally, I accented all four edges of my layout with the silver skinny glitter tape.
Pretty Presents – 6×6 Mat Stack
Flirty Florals – 6×6 Mat Stack
Simple Stripes – 6×6 Mat Stack
Be sure to check out more inspiration on the Queen & Co. Blog!
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