Monday, February 28, 2011

C'mon & get scrappy! Our Homemade Happiness party is in full swing!

Hi friends! I'm so glad you were able to join us for this month's party. I was able to play with Homemade Happiness kit all weekend long at a retreat with my favorite friends, and got more than EIGHT layouts, SIX cards and a Friday Fun Day project with beautiful details.

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I used the Echo Park "For the Record" Borders & Apron Strings papers, along with two of the Making Memories buttons and an organza flower to create a layered fan-fold flower. This awesome, unique embellishment was pretty easy to do, and it went perfectly with the muted colors of the K&Co. ephemera and Prima Damsels (flowers) - everything that could be found in this month's amazing kit, "Homemade Happiness". Can you tell that I just ADORE this kit?!



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8 comments:

vegetablog said...

Jessica, that flower is amazing! I didn't realize how many great layers it had until I saw your close-up photo- wow! I love how you used the scallop border to do an accordian fold on the bottom layer!!

~natalie

anazelia said...

love this page. love love love what you did with the number strip. so creative

Sabr said...

LOVE that layered flower! gorgeous page!!

Valerie Durham said...

I have to say my hands down favorite part is a tie between the Echo Park paper and the little vintage images. My daughter and I were admiring them last night!

Valerie Durham said...

I forgot to say that I would be making lots of cute and whimsical scrapbook pages with them - my little girl loves this stuff!

Jessica said...

The Echo Park papers and all the embellishments are wonderful! I would create as many scrapbook layouts as I could with all this cute stuff!

wendipooh13 said...

wonderful page!! LOVE all the details!!! my fave part if the EP products!!!!! sooo yummy

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

Def. looooooove that paper you used--the stamp looking background! LOVE LOVE LOVE it! I can't get enough stamps right now!

Great LO--great layers and details!