I'm still on a baby boy kick using the adorable Echo Park Bundle of Joy line. I especially LOVE the color combo! And the die-cuts that are included in the scrapbook kit make card making so easy. These only took about five minutes each. I love whipping up cute and simple cards!
The strip of whales is from a piece of patterned paper that I cut down and the sentiments are stickers in the kit. A decorative brad finishes off the card.
This one is even easier! Just a sentiment sticker attached to patterned paper and adhered to the card base and then a few die-cuts. This sweet little owl is my fave! I mixed a few different pattern papers and kept the layout very simple so the brown chevron would really stand out. Love it! Thanks for stopping by!
I've got another project today using the Echo Park Bundle of Joy baby boy line. This time it's a small wooden frame that I adhered to a 12x12 canvas. I love how it turned out! (This is a store sample for Craft Warehouse, you can read more about that here.)
I started by covering the canvas in brown chevron paper using Mod Podge and then I added the green patterened paper on top of that. The wooden frame was also covered with patterned paper/Mod Podge and the edges were painted white to match and then glued down to the canvas using E6000. I decorated the rest of it using the die cuts/stickers/brads that are in the line. Wouldn't this be SO cute hanging in a baby boys room?
I don't normally add "bling" to boy projects but I thought these blue rhinestones by Queen and Co. fit really well.
What do you think? Isn't this line adorable? LOVE the mix of patterns and colors!
I absolutely LOVE this baby boy line, Bundle of Joy from Echo Park. It comes with paper, die cuts, stickers, etc. The images and color scheme are completely adorable and it was so fun creating with it. I'm also obsessed with these unfinished wood frame/shadow box thingies from Craft Warehouse. I've made several for the store and they're one my favorite items to work with. The fun thing is, they're just slightly smaller than 12x12 so it's just like making a scrapbook page but with a cool frame around it. The monograme letters are from Making Memories and are adhered to the front of the box. Funny story - this is actually a picture of my son Matti, but I only had one "t" so I changed it to Max, lol! I figured since it was going up at the store, no one would know and it wouldn't matter. I love the dimension of adding the name in front. (This is a store sample for Craft Warehouse, you can read more about that here.)Hope you like this little peek at one of the many projects I've made lately. Thank you for stopping by! I appreciate it so much!