Friday, November 18, 2011

Are We There Yet? EP Cards day 5!

Are you tired of me yet?? I hope not!!
Today these are really two of my fav cards.
And still so easy to make! Both cards are just
a layer of pretty paper from yes, again, the
Echo Park Season's Greetings collection
(the 2nd card, I roughed up the edges a bit),
on a base of kraft cardstock. Both cards have a
second layer of paper, corners rounded, inked
with Vintage Photo ink (the top card, kraft
cardstock, the bottom card, the gorgeous stripe).

For the bottom card....that center piece is just one
of the journal boxes in the's so
pretty on it's own! A little twine, the wreath
and sentiment from the sticker sheet in the
collection, a bit of glossy accents on the berries
on the journal card and wreath, and it's done.

The finished project is here:

Now the top card....yep, another journal box....
those things, truly make card making a snap!!!
I added crinkle ribbon (I pleat that using score tape)
and bow, and topped it with a snowflake sticker,
the large chipboard snowflake, and a chipboard
button from the collection as well, tied up with twine.
A few of the red Want2Scrap Pearls scattered,
the "happy holidays" sentiment from the alpha
sticker sheet in the kit.....and it's also complete!

Hope you are inspired to get in some crafty fun
time this weekend!

Let me know what you think of the series....
would you like to see something like this again
with a different collection? Was it helpful?

All your cardmaking needs are available at Cutter's Creek:
Echo Park 12x12 paper collections (Season's Greetings)
Echo Park chipboard
Distress Ink (Vintage Photo)
Want2Scrap Bling
Glossy Accents


  1. You've cards have inspired me. Now to decide which goodies to pack for the card making scrap. I'm gonna have to get some baker's twine first . . .

  2. Love the red berries! That really made them pop! Great cards!

  3. Oh, I love both of these. So pretty. Love the colors. Man, I need to get started making Christmas cards.


  4. Great job of mixing your pattern papers. The cards are too cute.

  5. Love, love, love the cards! I like seeing how many things you can make from one collection! TFS!


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