Echo Park Paper: Calorie-Free Cake!

You won’t derail your New Year’s resolutions with this calorie-free project … check it out! This cake slice gift box is perfect for young and old girls alike. Young girls will have fun using the box after their special day in their play kitchen; while older gals in your life will be glad to have a calorie-free way to enjoy this classic birthday treat!
I used the Echo Park Paper Happy Birthday Girl collection and my Silhouette Cameo electronic die cutting machine to create the cake-shaped box (cut file by, and then make a coordinating greeting card to go along with it!
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The bright multi-colored dot paper mimics the look of a vanilla confetti cake and the pink “swirled” frosting created with the 3X4 Journaling Cards paper tops it off. Doesn’t it make your mouth water?! Adorn the candle with a ribbon bow and a tag die cut (Ephemera Pack) decorated with Element Stickers.
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A sweet unicorn with a bouquet of happy balloons is the star of this card, and reminds the recipient to be sure to make a birthday wish!
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Place a small gift or gift card inside along with some candy and you are ready to party!
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“B is for Birthday” cake slice cut file by

Happy Creating!


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American Crafts: “You’re the Best” Card

Hello! Today I’m up on the American Crafts Blog with a Thank You Card. Let someone know how much you appreciate them by telling them they are the BEST with this card created with the Vicki Boutin All the Good Things collection.
I began this card with a 5×7 textured white cardstock base. I spread a layer of white gesso over the card so that I could do a little mixed media with the Vicki Boutin Art Crayons.
I used the blue and violet crayons to create a watercolor looking background by mixing the colors on a piece of plastic, wetting them with a mist of water and then “smooshing” them into the background.
I then added some flecks of black art crayon by scribbling the black crayon on the plastic again, picking up the color with a wet paint brush, and then flicking it onto the page.
I used the stamps to create a few butterflies for the card, and used the “You’re the Best” stamp as the sentiment for the card.
I stamped the words several times and then cut out each individual word to scatter down the side of the mason jar die cut.
I tied the feather die cuts together to adorn the right side of the mason jar and then added floral die cuts and a floral piece fussy cut from the Blossom to Awesome paper.
Bands of patterned paper and washi tape anchor the design and the black enamel dots add a bit of sparkle while mimicking the black paint splatters on the background of the card.


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Echo Park Paper: Card Week! The Magic of Christmas

It’s Holiday Card Week on the Echo Park Paper blog and I am up first on this Monday morning.
The holidays are such a magical time of year and I love that the Echo Park Paper “A Perfect Christmas” collection captures that! For that very reason, I couldn’t resist using the “Believe in the Magic of Christmas” cut apart card from the Multi Journaling Cards paper on my holiday card today.
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I cut out the card and then layered it on top of the 4×6 postcard cut apart card from the 4×6 Journaling Cards paper. I then matted it with the snowflake paper from the 6×6 paper pad and placed it on an Ebony Black Felt cardstock card base.
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I adorned the bottom of the card with various stickers from the Element Sticker sheet. That sleigh looks like it just needs a little sprinkling of pixie dust and then it will be on it’s way!
Have you started to create your holiday cards yet?


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Echo Park Paper: Round Christmas Card

Are you looking to do something “different” for your Christmas card this year. Try a circular shape!

I created this round card for the Echo Park Paper “Project in a Minute” Instagram series using the Christ-centered Wise Men Collection. (I hope you’ll forgive the smaller photo … I forgot to take a picture of this one and had to grab a screen shot from the Instagram video).

Watch this card come together HERE on the Echo Park Paper Instagram feed.



Silhouette Cut File: Circle Penny Slider Card by Lori Whitlock (#42685 in the Silhouette Design Store)

Have a great weekend!

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