Sunday, May 6, 2012

Elo Elo Elo I am back ... with some Echo Park

Elo Elo Elo : )
Jess here


Oh what a delightful weekend it's been.......how was yours?
I have two pages to share. These are made from my dt goodies from my2angels.
I have got to have a play with the Echo Park - This & That Charming collection kit. Really love this range, especially love the wood paper & also the chevron print!
I've done two layouts but I could get at least three more done from the pack.
Here's my first layout "H is for Handsome"
Yes I'm still obsessed with rosettes and buttons.......
Products used: Echo Park - This & That Charming collection kit, The Crafter's Workshop Swiss Dot Template with I painted over with an Acrylic Paint Dabber in Pitch Black, Romantique Imagenne Cling Stamp, StazOn Ink Pad in Jet Black, Antique Bronze Circle Pendant, Brown and Blue Lattice Wooden Button, Yellow and White Spotted Acrylic Button, little wooden buttons that I painted with gesso then Glimmer Glaze in All That Jazz, Plaid Fabric Brad in Black and White, Glitter Brad in Blue, Charcoal Baker's Twine which I separated and used for stitching , Brown Kraft Tag, Tim Holtz Ruler Ribbon, AC Thickers.


Next up is "Posing at the Park"

Tracy sent me some great fabric, which isn't available in the store at the moment but will be available in embellishments packs soon. I used the fabric as the background instead of card stock and also to make a yo-yo.
Lubbly Jubbly charminess.....

Yo-yo and buttons...oh my....


Products Used: Echo Park - This & That Charming collection kit, Glimmer Glaze in Oil Slick, Green and White Spotted Acrylic Button with I distress with some sand paper, Plaid Fabric Brad in Light Blue and White with I coloured with Distress Stain in Broken China, Bakers Twine in Charcoal which I separated and used for stitching, AC Thickers,  Memories Charm.


Well that's all my dears.....Have a awesome week : )

Love and Peace xox

JESS

2 comments:

elainec said...

Great layouts Love the designs and the colour combination. Sometimes when you see papers one can't imagine how they would work but when you see a sample of work using them I can see great possiblities.Must check out "echo park" papers again. x

Geli said...

So nice! I love everything Jess does and the new Echo Park ranges are my favourites