A Simple Card Using Echo Park Collections

Good Morning,

Today I have a simple card to share.  While it is not too fancy, considering most of my paper crafting is centered around my three boys, getting to use pinks and florals are a treat for me.

I fell in love with this year’s Echo Park Spring and Easter collections, read as I bought a ton of it. The patterns and color hues were inspiring, making it easier to put projects together. In fact so easy, this was actually created from my peripheral vision.

While looking around my mid-layout messiness for pop dots, these papers, sitting off to the side, caught my eye.  Normally, I would finish what I am doing before stating a new project but the idea of finishing something in under 10 minutes was appealing. After a quick turn of the  Sizzix and few swipes of my ATG  I was done. I not only finished a project in record time, I used up some of the many stickers provided in the collection.  Echo Park bicycle cardDouble bonus for me! I have so many partially used sticker sheets. They are a pain to store.  It seems once you use a few, the rest of the stickers want to pop off the sheet to join their friends.  Stickers show up in the oddest of places around the craft space.  Anybody else experience this?   Hmmmmmm……maybe that could be a basis for a challenge, using up your sticker sheets….have to think on that one…..

As always appreciative of the visits and comments.

Until next time…..


Product List

Echo Park Spring – floral paper and sticker sheet

Echo Park matching  solid double sided – turquoise

Spellbinders A2 card making rectangles

Bo Bunny Double Dot paper for the base








Published by The Morning Scrapper


4 thoughts on “A Simple Card Using Echo Park Collections

  1. Thank you for your sticker experience. I really thought I might be the only one who has stickers that try to flee the backing sheets. They end up on everything and it drives me batty.


  2. I can see why you bought loads – what great stash. I love your card too: the bicycle is so cute and the colours bright and sunny. I have experienced sticker trauma. I once paid a visit to my local shop (grocery store!) and wondered why I got some odd looks. I only realised much, much later that I had a very large, red, glittery ‘Merry Christmas’ stuck to the back of my arm. It was only September…

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