Iris Uy shows how easy it is to combine new and previously released lines from Echo Park in one layout. This page showcases papers from the new "This and That: Graceful" collection and the "Yours Truly" collection. Echo Park continually delights paper crafters with their fresh designs while still maintaining the classic look of patterned papers. This makes mixing and matching of different lines easy.
Danielle enjoyed combining elements from different Echo Park ranges when creating this layout. This & That Graceful paper and cardstock stickers form the bulk of the design, with the timber-style paper from This & That Charming as well as highlights from the Style Essentials range. This convinced Danielle of the versatility of the ranges and she particularly liked the way that the Style Essentials papers lend themselves to enhance all sorts of other ranges.
Here Danielle Flanders has used Echo Park's Wintertime collection to create this adorable layout. She has a tutorial on how to replicate her design here.
These two pages above have been created by Jean (aka Stripey Fish on flickr) using a range of Echo Park products. The first layout features the new This & That Charming range, while the next page highlights "Splash" and "Summer Days" paper designs. Both layouts use template from simplescrapper.com.
Angela Lauchengco effectively uses the bright bold patterns of Echo Park's "Summer Days" paper in this fun layout about being silly every now and then. She utilizes the classic linear and blocking technique while adding fun clusters of embellishments. Angela is a design team member of Valerie Salmon's Got Sketch? blog. You can see more of her work here. She also dabbles in photography and is a certified scrapaholic!
Monika Wright of iloveitallwithmonikawright.com here shares a gorgeous project, an upcycled perpetual calendar which has been decorated with Echo Park's Summertime collection.
This gorgeous card was created by Echo Park DT member Tamara, AKA: Happy Life, Crafty Wife. She enjoys making off the page projects and altered items. This card is just one of the many amazing projects of Tamara. You can check out more of her work in her blog. Thank you Tamara for sharing this card with us!