Doodlebug: Easter Pancakes

As our extended families grow larger and larger, it can be difficult to alight schedules to get together for holiday dinners. Some years, we have opted to gather on a Saturday morning for an Easter pancake breakfast.

Today I am using the darling Doodlebug Hoppy Easter Collection, along with a pair of cut files to create the page below!

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This sweet bunny hugging his carrot is so adorable! I used the Petite Print Rainbow 6×6 Paper Pads on the colored portions of the design. I then layered several of the Odds & Ends grass die cuts together to give him a place to sit. How cute are the Jellies Sprinkles hidden here-and-there?! The clouds were created with vellum and white cardstock using a Simply Spring Cloud cut file.

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On the right side of the page are a pair of chicks from the Odds & Ends pack. I added pink chalked cheeks to each one, just like the paper pieced bunny.

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I placed the title at the bottom of the page below the journaling. I used the “Easter” word sticker from the Icons Sticker Sheet along with layered Swimming Pool and Lily White Abigail Letter Stickers. The left side of the title is accented with the too-cute-for-words Flower Basket Doodle-pop Sticker.

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Creating the die cut bunny and clouds for this page was so much fun! Have you given the Doodlebug Cut Files a spin lately?

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SUPPLIES:

Cut Files: Simply Spring Clouds, Hoppy Easter Bunny #4

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JanaBold

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Doodlebug: Easter Egg-citement

Hello, Friends! Today I have a cute and colorful Easter page to share with you using the adorable Doodlebug Hoppy Easter collection.

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I pulled out my sewing machine for this one and added lots of stitching to all of the different paper layers on this project.

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The Odds & Ends pack is my Go To Doodlebug product! I LOVE all of the different elements and always enjoy building scenes on my pages with them.

On this page, I added a garden scene for this cute little Easter bunny to hang out in. I pulled in some bees from the Simply Spring Little Critters Shape Sprinkles so he would have some pals to munch on his carrots with.

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I used the “Easter” die cut for my title along with the Bubblegum Teensy Type alphabet stickers. A cute chick peeking out of his colorful egg shell is ready for the Easter “Egg”citement!

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I always love adding a bit of sparkle to my layouts. This time I brought in the Birthday Girl Assortment Glitter Sprinkles and added them in a few places around the page. The pop of pink here-and-there ties in with the pink outfits in the photo and helps the page to feel balanced.

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I hope you enjoyed this page today and feel inspired to do a little Easter scrapping yourself!

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JanaBold

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Simple Stories: Hoppy Easter Double-Page Layout

I tend to get snap-happy with my camera on holidays and always have many photos I love and want to include in our scrapbooks. Two-page layouts to the rescue! This Easter layout today is created with the darling Simple Stories Bunnies & Baskets Simple Set. Check it out below!
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I placed my photos in two rows, but wanted to call more attention to the group shot of my kids. I matted this photo with yellow cardstock, and then placed it on a block of The Hunt Is On paper, with it’s cute Easter egg pattern. In the corner I added a cluster of stickers accented with a button.
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I fussy-cut the large characters and icons from the 3×4 & 4×6 Elements Paper to use for my layout. They are the perfect scale for a double-page spread! I also used the journal card to house my journaling on the left page.
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I wanted my title to really stand out and decided to create a little scene with the bunny and basket next to the “Hoppy Easter” sticker. I die cut a sunburst on my electronic die cutting machine to place behind the bunny, anchoring all of the elements together in one cluster.
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Before adding the sunburst to the page, I used my sewing machine to zig-zag stitch along each ray, creating lots of texture! Manually die cut clouds and enamel star stickers from my stash round everything out.
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Finally, I added this cute chick in the bottom right corner of the layout with more die cut clouds and a phrase sticker from the 6×12 Sticker Sheet.
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SUPPLIES:

 

OTHER SUPPLIES:
Cardstock: white, butter yellow, aqua, green
Gray Pen
Gray Distressing Ink
Scallop Border Punch
Sewing Machine/White Thread
Trimmer/Scissors/Adhesive/Foam Squares
Cloud Dies
Buttons/White Twine
Star Epoxy Droplet Stickers (Stampin’ Up)

Cut File:
“Sunburst” by Sophie Gallo
(#32019 in the Silhouette Design Store)

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JanaBold

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Simple Stories: BLOOM

What do you do when you can’t decide which patterned papers to use on your layout? Use them all!
When I began this page, I could not decide which patterned paper from the Simple Stories Spring Farmhouse collection to cut into first. I just loved them all so much! When this happens, I like to take inspiration from quilts and piece together a background using multiple patterns.
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First, I pulled out all of the papers from the Spring Farmhouse 6×8 Paper Pad that had full patterns on both sides. I then punched twenty 3″ circles from the patterned papers. Next, I scored the circles at 0.5″ on four sides. After scoring, fold each “petal” in towards the center creating a square shape with four “petals.” After all of your circles are folded, line them up in rows to create the background.
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I matted my photo with the Black/Cream Paper and two more patterns from the 6×8 Paper Pad. I cut two journal blocks from the 3×4 Elements Paper and 4×6 Elements Paper. One block houses my journaling and the other holds my title.
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Next, I embellished my photo and the title block with the Floral Bits & Pieces die cuts. I added a punched flower to each of the large blue flowers for dimension, then finished them off with a black enamel dot center.
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This page has so much texture and dimension with the folded circles. I just LOVE it! Try giving this technique a try on your next scrapbook page!
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OTHER SUPPLIES:
Flower Punch: Martha Stewart Crafts
Scalloped Scissors: ProvoCraft
Thickers: Black Glitter Shoebox by American Crafts
Trimmer/Scissors
Gray Distressing Ink
Black Journaling Pen

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