Echo Park Paper: Baby Boy Bottle Box and Baby Shoes

It’s been a long time since we have had a baby in our home, and that makes creating baby projects extra fun! Especially, using the NEW Sweet Baby Boy collection! Today’s project is a fun baby bottle gift box with matching 3D paper shoes.
Use the bottle to hold a gift card or small gift and add some candy (every new mom needs chocolate, right?!) to the accompanying baby shoes! I think they would look so cute packaged together in a cellophane bag tied with a pretty ribbon! You could even use this set as decor for a baby shower. Let’s take a closer look!
Jana Eubank Echo Park Paper Sweet Baby Boy Bottle 1a 600
I created the baby shoes using a cut file that I found in the Silhouette Design Store (Baby Sneaker by Daniela Moscone). The cut file includes one shoe. To create the pair of shoes, I simply copied all of the pieces and then reversed them in the Silhouette Design Software using the Object>Mirror>Flip Horizontally command.
After assembling the shoe, I laced them up with some teal baker’s twine and attached the “Baby Boy” tag from the Frames & Tags Ephemera pack.
Jana Eubank Echo Park Paper Sweet Baby Boy Bottle 2 600
This bottle box by is very easy to put together. I used foam squares to give the decorative panels and the label on the front dimension.
I used a variety of Echo Park Paper dies to create the label. The base of the shape was created using the Stitched Label Nesting Die. I matted this on solid yellow paper (6×6 paper pad) and then used the cloud from the Spring Weather Die Set to create a place for the stork sticker (Element Stickers) to stand on. The “Cute as a Button” die cut is also from the Frames & Tags Ephemera pack.
Finally, I used the Big Sky Saloon Alphabet Die Set to add the word “Baby.” Try adding the name of the baby here, too!
Jana Eubank Echo Park Paper Sweet Baby Boy Bottle 3 600
I hope you enjoyed these sweet baby projects and found some inspiration to create a project for the new baby in your life.
Teal/White Baker’s Twine
See you again soon!


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Echo Park Paper: Create

I love when a paper collection comes out that celebrates all things crafty! The new I’d Rather Be Crafting collection by Echo Park Paper is so much fun! I’ve been wanting to add something fresh to my scrapbook room decor and decided to use this collection to create today’s project.
Jana Eubank Echo Park Paper Crafting CREATE Letters 1 600
I used my Silhouette Cameo 3 machine to cut out the CREATE letters from Carta Bella’s Ultra White Felt Designer Cardstock. Once assembled the letters measure 5″ in height, the perfect size for using the 6×6 patterned papers to decorate!
Jana Eubank Echo Park Paper Crafting CREATE Letters 2 600
I chose a variety of papers, layering patterns over solids. I used the Frames & Tags EphemeraElements Stickers, and 6×12 Chipboard pieces as accents on each letter.
Jana Eubank Echo Park Paper Crafting CREATE Letters 3 600
I used the Enamel Dots to add dimension to each flower center and then also sprinkled among a couple of the embellishment clusters.
Jana Eubank Echo Park Paper Crafting CREATE Letters 4 600
These turned out so cute! I have a small window sill in my office that these are going to look great on!

3D Letters Cut Files by Lori Whitlock

Carta Bella Paper: You Could Even Say It Glows

One of my favorite things about Christmas is the magic of twinkling lights. Because of that I am always on the lookout for projects that are able to be lit with a battery-operated candle or light. With a bit of vellum, this Fireplace Box would be so cute placed on a mantel with a light inside! You could even give it to a friend with a treat inside and then include a light so they can use is as a decoration afterward.
Jana Eubank Carta Bella A Very Merry Christmas Fireplace Box 1 600
The idea for this project began with the darling large Santa from the Santa’s List paper of the Carta Bella A Very Merry collection. I LOVE him and just HAD to use him as a focal point for a project. I looked around the Silhouette Design Store and found a cut file for this Fireplace Box and knew he would look so cute next to it unloading Christmas presents for the family he was visiting.
Jana Eubank Carta Bella A Very Merry Christmas Fireplace Box 2 600
A beautiful paper bow created with the Scallop 3D Bow Die Set tops off this box. I also added several branches from the ‘Tis the Season Branch Die Set and holly from the Christmas Holly & Berries Die Set. All that foliage really makes this project feel special!
Jana Eubank Carta Bella A Very Merry Christmas Fireplace Box 4 600
The mantle of this fireplace is decorated with a sprinkling of stickers, along with a chipboard ornament and a bit of holly. The sparkle stickers surrounding this little cluster adds to the magical feel of this project!
Jana Eubank Carta Bella A Very Merry Christmas Fireplace Box 5 600
In the bottom left corner is a happy holiday greeting, layered over a jar of mouth-watering candy!
Jana Eubank Carta Bella A Very Merry Christmas Fireplace Box 6 600
Doesn’t it look festive with a light tucked inside! It makes me want to snuggle up with my kids and read them the classic story, “Twas the Night Before Christmas.”
Jana Eubank Carta Bella A Very Merry Christmas Fireplace Box 8 600
Do you enjoy creating dimensional papercrafts to decorate your home for the holidays? I love it! These kind of projects always add that magical touch to a room!
Jana Eubank Carta Bella A Very Merry Christmas Fireplace Box 7 600

Carta Bella Designer Cardstock:
Gold Shimmer Cardstock
Evergreen Shimmer Cardstock
Campfire Cut File by Carta Bella (#180226 in the Silhouette Design Store)
Fireplace Box by Jennifer Rush (#109747 in the Silhouette Design Store)


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Harvest Happiness for Your Home

Do you enjoy adding homemade touches to your seasonal or home decor? Greet your guests as they arrive to your home for Thanksgiving dinner this year with a beautiful Fall wreath hanging on your front door. Or try hanging it across a mirror or mantle.

You will need a package of Fall Leaf Die Cut Shapes (34115) by American Crafts, an old dictionary, a wreath form, and your hot glue gun. Let’s get creating!


I purchased an old dictionary at my local donation center for just a few dollars. I used a pair of scissors to cut several simple leaf shapes out of the book pages.


Next, I used a glue gun to add the leaves to a grapevine wreath form. First, I lightly rolled/folded the Fall Leaf Die Cut Shapes into a cone and adhered them to the wreath form, making sure I distributed the colors evenly. Then, I filled in the spaces in between the colorful leaves with the neutral bookpaper leaves.


I used my electronic die cutting machine to cut several branch shapes from 12×12 Chocolate Textured Cardstock (71047) and adhered them here-and-there around the wreath to add a bit of variety.


The final step was to top my creation off with a burlap ribbon bow. I love the way it turned out! I will be hanging this in my hallway across the front of a mirror for a bit of fall flair!


Fall Die Cut Shapes (34115) by American Crafts
Old Dictionary
Hot Glue Gun
Burlap Ribbon

Thanks for coming by!

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