When Leeann saw the birthday wishes collection by Echo Park she knew the photos she wanted to use. Leeann loved the colours in this collection and loved the sticker elements sheet also. It all coordinates perfectly and made creating this page super easy! That yellow chevron pattern paper is something! This was the staring point in this page. Leeann creating layers under her photo using the journal accents, she also trimmed a few sentiments from them. She made tiny Polaroid frames from the pattern paper and embellished with a sticker and stitching.
Leeann used the fabulous Everyday Eclectic line for this layout and the following one. Their fun bold designs lend themselves to subtle layering effects, and we love how she has matted each layer with kraft to add give each design a neutral base.
Leanne created this quick and no fuss background by using assorted 12” masks with mists, and paper-pieced patterned paper shapes in layers over the background. The combination of the starbust design and the chevrons can’t help but draw your idea to the focal point – the photo of her gorgeous daughter.
Kim has used the Photo Freedom Volume 1 range from Echo Park. Although the various Photo Freedom ranges are designed to work with the divided page protectors that are available as part of the range, Kim has shown how easy it is to also use these papers to create standard 12x12 pages. Kim says that she loves using paper ranges that include "phrases" in their papers or embellishments and that is why she enjoyed working with the Photo Freedom Volume 1 range.
We have some fabulous pages created by Chantelle Huizenga who has used a mixed of echo park papers and embellishments, from some of the oldest to the latest collection! Thank you so much Chantelle for allowing us to share a few of your creative pages. You can see more of Chantelle"s work here.
These next lot of layouts and card were created by Susan Springfellow who happens to be a design team member for echo park. All of her work is truly inspiring with so much detail added to each piece. Thank you so much Susan for letting us share some of your fabulous creations. You can see more of Susan’s work right HERE.