Echo Park Paper: Baby Girl Bathtub Gift Set

Welcoming a new baby into the world is so much fun! After a ten year spread, I just became an aunt again. Isn’t that exciting?!!

When I was thinking about what kind of project to create with the new Echo Park Paper Hello Baby Girl collection, I thought about one of my favorite things about newborn babies … how clean and sweet they smell after having their bath! So, I decided to create a Bath Tub Gift set that any new parent is sure to appreciate.

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I cut the bathtub from the star patterned side of the Girl Clothesline paper using my Silhouette Cameo and a cut file by Snapdragon Snippets (Design #267555 in the Silhouette Design Store). I then lined it with the yellow side of the Girl Alphabet Blocks paper. The rim and feet of the bathtub are created from the Light and Dark Pink papers of the Hello Baby Girl Solids Kit.

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I decorated the side of the tub with a cute phrase fussy-cut from the 3×4 Journaling Cards paper. I added a die cut teddy bear using the Sweet Teddy Bear Die Set along with a few stickers from the Element Sticker Sheet. Enamel dots add dimension to the feet of the tub.

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Next, I added my goodies to the inside of the tub. First, I filled it with white paper shred, then added an assortment of baby washcloths, baby lotion, baby wash, baby shampoo, and diaper rash cream.

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I trimmed the pointy end from a couple of bamboo skewers, and then tucked them in among the goodies to create a banner across the top of the tub. The “BABY” pennant shapes are from the Ephemera pack. I punched the triangular pennants from the Onesies paper, then strung them all together on white twine between the two bamboo posts. Anything looks more festive with a banner, don’t you agree?!

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Wrap the entire tub in cellophane for gift-giving, or place the tub on a cake plate for a cute centerpiece for a baby shower! Either way, the new mom in your life is going to love having some new baby bath supplies on hand!

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Thanks for stopping by today. Happy creating!
JanaBold

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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!
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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.
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This bottle box by SVGCuts.com 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!
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I hope you enjoyed these sweet baby projects and found some inspiration to create a project for the new baby in your life.
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Teal/White Baker’s Twine
See you again soon!

JanaBold

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Carta Bella Paper: Baby Sleeping Door Hanger

Hello, Friends! I remember being a young mother and the struggle it was to get a baby or toddler to sleep. The last thing I wanted was a package delivery person to ring the doorbell and undo all of my hard work. Haha! Today’s project will solve that problem for you! It is a Baby Sleeping Door Hanger! Simply hang it on your doorknob when your child is sleeping and visitors will know to knock, instead of pressing the doorbell.

BABY SLEEPING DOOR HANGER

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I cut the door hanger shape out using my Silhouette Cameo machine and then decorated it with the ADORABLE Carta Bella Paper Rock-A-Bye Boy collection. (To see a short video of this doorhanger coming together, check out the Echo Park Instagram account HERE.)

I cut out the cow from the 4×6 Journaling Card paper and then used the opposite Ledger patterned side for the background.

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The moon was cut from the Fall is in the Air 6×6 paper pad using the Little Star Die Set. I added the Enamel Dots to the stars for a bit of fun! The “Dream Big Little One” banner and “B-A-B-Y” letters are both from the Element Sticker sheet. Everything is anchored on a die cut label (Stitched Label Nesting Die) cut form the Ultra White Felt Cardstock.

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For the sentiment, I used the letter stickers from the Happiness is Homemade collection along with die cut letters (Navy Blue Felt Cardstock) using the Lincoln Uppercase Die Set.

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White Crochet Twine
Trimmer/Scissors/Detail Scissors
Adhesive/Foam Squares
White Ribbon
Navy Button
Light Brown Distressing Ink
“2 Door Hangers” Cut File by Lori Whitlock (Design #19234 in the Silhouette Design Store)

I hope you enjoyed this project! Wouldn’t it make the most perfect gift for a new mother?!

See you again soon!
JanaBold

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Echo Park Paper: Baby Girl Card

I recently filmed some projects for Carta Bella Paper and this baby girl card was one of them. How cute is the Rock A Bye Baby Girl collection?! Seriously adorable!!!

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If you’d like to see how this card came together, watch the video below.

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SUPPLIES:

White Cardstock
White Sheer Ribbon
White Crochet Twine
Foam Squares/Adhesive
Sewing Machine/White Thread
Scissors/Trimmer
Scoring Tool

For additional inspiration check out the Echo Park Paper You Tube Channel and Blog.

Happy Weekend!

JanaBold

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