Travel Cardset with Echo Park - For the Record

Hi Everyone

Another Echo Park project to share today – and it’s one of my favourite projects to make – a card/stationary set.  I thought this set would be fun to give to a friend who was moving house or moving away....


This set was so much fun to make as the papers in the collection are gorgeous – saying that this collection only consists of paper and stickers so it was a little more challenging than some previous sets I have made – but that just makes it more fun!


This photo of the inside shows the little cards I made on the right and the notebook and gift-tags on the left.


The cards are super simple and use a few really fun bits and pieces from the Elements sticker sheet and Noteworthy paper. I just added a couple of rhinestones and a strip of ribbon down the side for a little bit of extra interest.


I LOVE these tags! I just took a pack of tags from the newsagent and added a square of paper and some decorative elements from the Borders and Noteworthy papers.

The note book was covered in some Stamp of Approval paper and I used a decorative strip from the Alpha sticker sheet and some rhinestones for extra sparkle.


This ruler print from the Borders paper is really neat so I used it on the inside and outside spine of my folder.


I made most of the embellishments for the front cover. I used a Sissix die to make the chipboard frame and the little chipboard house is from Australian manufacturer Dusty Attic.

 

I used some more of the elements from the Sticker sheet to make the stamp and cut a stamp shape to make a background. I mounted some of the embellishments on pop-dots for a great 3-d effect.


Hope you have enjoyed this along with my other Echo Park projects. I will have a compilation post later this week as I am entering an Echo Park challenge - so stay tuned!

Lowri :-)

6 comments:

  1. Sooo cute - I just love the little mini albums you make!

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  2. This is so so so so cute!Every element works together so well. Just wonderful!

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  3. This is FANTASTIC!! what a great idea!

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  4. This is very cute & creative!
    Love the mix of everything :]

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  5. OMG! This is so adorable! My husband started taking lessons last April I would love to make him this for a journal of his flying and experiences. Thank you so much the inspiration. What a great job you did. Just edible. tf
    Tambos Creations!

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  6. Hi Lowri,
    Oh my! These are fabulous! You take great pictures of your work, too! Very fun!

    We would LOVE for you to stop over and link up this awesome idea in our Crafty Saturday Showcase. The Showcase runs Saturday through Thursday. Then our Designers will pick their top linked up picks and feature them on Friday! Stop over and join in the fun! We have a linky for crafty bloggers and ETSY/Business Bloggers!

    Have a great weekend,
    Susie
    http://bowdabrablog.com/2012/05/26/saturday-showcase-craft-projects-3/

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