Echo Park Paper: Fall S’mores Treat Boxes

Can you feel it? Can you feel the change in the night air? Fall is upon us … and that makes me want to gather friends and family for a cozy night around the fire pit.
Today I have a fun little fall gift up on the Echo Park Paper blog that you might want to make for your neighbors, family, or friends … Smore Treat Boxes!
I created these cute little boxes using the Carta Bella Paper Kraft Designer Cardstock and various papers from the Fall Is in the Air collection. I cut the boxes out using my Silhouette Cameo machine and a design I found in the Silhouette Design Store.
Next, I selected various papers from the 6×6 paper pad to adorn each side of the box. That was the hardest part! I just love all of the cute patterns in this collection and I wanted to use them all! LOL!
For the front of each box, I used the Ephemera, Ephemera Frames & Tags Pack, Element Stickers, and Chipboard to decorate each one. The critters in this collection have my heart, so I made each one the star of their own smore container.
I can’t wait to give these to the people I love to wish them a Happy Fall … my very favorite season of all!
SUPPLIES: Carta Bella Paper Kraft Designer CardstockEcho Park Fall Is in the Air CollectionFall Festival Paper6×6 Paper Pad12×12 Element Stickers6×13 ChipboardEphemera Frames & Tags PackEphemera Pack
Other Supplies: Dark Brown Distress Ink, Adhesive and Foam Squares, Clear Report Cover Sheet, Silhouette Cameo Electronic Die Cutting Machine, Smores Kit Tote Box by Snapdragon Snippets (Design #78024)

Have a great day!


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Echo Park Paper: Mermaid Party!

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It’s August! And at our house that means it’s time for birthday parties! All of my kids were born during the summer, which means I morph into full party-planning mode during this time of year.
Echo Park’s paper collections are perfect for making your party unique. I couldn’t resist planning an adorable Mermaid party for my daughter using the Let’s Be Mermaids collection … because, let’s face it … being a mermaid is every little girl’s dream!
I used my Silhoeutte Cameo electronic die cutting machine to create everything you see here! A mermaid sandcastle centerpiece, ocean shaker favor boxes, and a crown and wand for the special birthday mermaid!
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I created the castle using the castle cut file from the Bedtime Stories SVG Set by Decorating the castle was my favorite part! I had so much fun adding all of the little characters around every side of the sandcastle!
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I even decorated the sides and back! It’s important for your centerpiece to look lovely from all sides, not just the front, right?!😀
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The birthday girl will feel so special wearing a crown and carrying a wand adorned with starfish cut outs.
(Crown created with the Lettering Delights Classic Princess Crown Cut Project found HERE. Starfish wand created with the Echo Park Paper Starfish Image #41495 in the Silhouette Design Store.)
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Every crown needs a touch of sparkle! The glitter Enamel Dots work perfectly here.
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The wand looks extra sweet adorned with a paper bow made with the Mini 3D Bow Die Set.
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I always like to give our guests something extra special to take home. I created these Ocean Shaker Favor Boxes with a little aquarium scene inside the lid.
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The fish were created with the Fish Die Set #2 dies that coordinate with the Let’s Be Mermaids collection. I popped them up on foam squares to give the ocean scene a little more depth. A sprinkling of aqua sequins look like underwater bubbles. So fun!
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I love to throw parties! And I hope this has inspired you to think outside the box and use your supplies to make your next celebration unique.
Let’s Be Mermaids CollectionLet’s Be Mermaids Solids KitCarta Bella Kraft Designer CardstockOcean Friends PaperStars of the Sea PaperBubble Up PaperOcean Adventure PaperFish Friends PaperUnder the Sea PaperBorder Strips PaperElement StickersAlpha StickersBlue/Light Blue PaperPink/Dark Pink PaperPurple/Yellow Paper6×6 Paper PadEphemeraEnamel DotsFish Set #2 Die SetMini 3D Bow Die SetEcho Park Starfish Silhouette Shape (#41495)3D Shaker Window Box by Lori Whitlock (Silhouette Shape #27670) Bedtime Stories SVG KitLettering Delights Classic Princess Crown Cut Project
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Carta Bella Paper: Autumn Cuckoo Clock

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One of my favorite seasons to decorate for is Autumn. I love the rich, warm colors and all of the cozy textures! It’s only natural that the Carta Bella Autumn collection has become a fast-favorite of mine! Today I am sharing a Cuckoo Clock I created with this adorable collection. I plan on displaying it in our mudroom on a shelf above our coat hooks. It’s going to look so cute!
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The cut the structure of the cuckoo clock house from the Fall Stitching and Harvest Season papers. I love how these two patterns compliment each other and embody all the warmth and coziness of the season with the cross-stitched letters and leaves.
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The roof is a layering of the Fall Forest check pattern and the sweet floral pattern of the Autumn Stroll papers. I bent up the shingles slightly for even more texture.
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The front of the clock is decorated with the adorable scenes from the Element Stickers. The clock face is an Echo Park Print & Cut image found in the Silhouette Design Store (Design #32380). There are also several more to choose from if you are looking for something in a different color or style, and really helped this project come to life!
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Every time I look at this project, I will remember not to take a single minute of Fall for granted. It’s my favorite time of year and I want to enjoy every second!
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SUPPLIES: Carta Bella Natural White Felt Designer CardstockCarta Bella Kraft Designer CardstockCarta Bella Autumn Collection: Harvest SEason PaperFalling Leaves PaperFall Forest PaperAutumn Stroll PaperFall Stitching Paper12×12 Element Sticker6×13 ChipboardEphemera Tags & FramesEcho Park Clock Print & Cut Silhouette Shape (#32380)
Other Supplies: Dark Brown Cardstock, Silhouette Cameo Electronic Cutting Machine, Cuckoo Clock with Leaves Silhouette Cut File by Samantha Walker (#77261)
See you next time!

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Free Download: Echo Park Idea Book


Happy Monday, Friends! Today I am sharing with you one of my projects featured in the FREE Echo Park Idea Book … available as a free download right HERE.


For the book, I created a really fun party set using the ADORABLE Echo Park Paper Party Time collection. Here is a peek at the 3D Cake Centerpiece I made. If you’d like to see the favor boxes, cupcake toppers, and party hat I created to go along with the cake, be sure to check out the IDEA BOOK here.



I created the three-tiered cake using my Silhouette Cameo machine and the cake cut file from the Happy Birthday to You SVG Set by

The Cake Stand is by Lori Whitlock and can be found HERE in the Silhouette Design Store.

To decorate the sides of the cake, I made several 3D stars using the 3D Hollow Star Ornament by Alaa’K Designs. You can find it in the Silhouette Store HERE.

The stars on the top of the cake were added using sucker sticks that I purchased in the baking section of the craft store.

For the smaller stars, I simply used the negative piece left over from the 3D stars and scored and folded them to create the 3D stars. You can find a tutorial HERE on my old blog on how to do that, if you haven’t tried it before. It’s really easy!

Finally, the sprays were creating using this 3D Firework cut file by Amy Robison, also found in the Silhouette Design Store.

A few gems and some gem border stickers add sparkle and shine and really make this 3D cake stand out.

Have a great week!


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