Friday, May 4, 2012

Guest Blogger at ScrapbookSteals.com


I am so excited to be a guest blogger over at ScrapbookSteals.com today! 
Have you been there?  Have you seen all the awesome
scrapbooking supplies you can get for super prices?
I have to admit I was beyond excited when I ripped into my package of goodies
and saw what line I was lucky enough to be working with....
ECHO PARK HELLO SUMMER!

I’m a HUGE Echo Park fan like so many others of you out there.  But their “Hello Summer” line is for sure in my Top 3 favorites!!! I’m a sucker for the color palette they used and all the happy and bright images that can’t help but make your projects fun!

For my main project I chose to create a fun summer banner that I cut out of ¼" wood then altered.  The sweet little banner border sticker in this set was what inspired me!  Once I cut five banners from wood using my scroll saw, I drilled the holes to thread the twine through and painted them white. Next I covered the fronts with some of the fabulous papers from “Hello Summer” and then went to work adding all the fun embellishments. Last I threaded the dark brown hemp/jute through the banners to pull it together and make it hang. This was a super fun and easy project. 

(Be sure to see bottom of this post for info on ordering your own wood banners.) 



It's no secret that I’m a BIG fan of card making too!  I couldn’t help but create a few sweet summery greetings with this line as well.  With all the cute journaling cards and fun stickers... putting together a few cards was a cinch!  Hope these make you smile!


 

Okay.... I thought that there might be a few of you who will want to create or alter your own wood banner so I made the sets available in my ETSY Shop.  Be sure to purchase your Echo Park Hello Summer kits from ScrapbookSteals.com but if you want a fun wood banner to decorate CLICK HERE to purchase one. 



Thanks so much for stopping by!


12 comments:

  1. LOVE what you have done with this kit!

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  2. LOVE your projects girl! Thanks again so much for being my guest blogger today! <3

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  3. WHAT??? YOU ARE AWESOME! These are the cutest projects! And I would LOVE to make a banner someday! How fun!

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  4. okay you ROCKED this line! I have this line and hope I can play with it this weekend...

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  5. You are totally my hero for incorporating power tools into papercrafting! I love your projects!!

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  6. Super fun projects, Shanna! You really rocked the EP. I have this collection but haven't broken into it yet. :) You've inspired me to.

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  7. Yay! Congrats!! love you projects--- so fun and bright and beautiful!

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  8. Ooooh so bright, colorful and fun! Love the wood banners and your adorable cards!
    Crafty Hugs,
    Pendra

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  9. Fun banner and darling cards!!!!

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  10. The banner and cards look like so much fun to make and I know exactly where I want to make them in my room from http://roomstogrowusa.web12.hubspot.com/hobbyrooom/.

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  11. Great looking urban art. I am so glad to get a peek at it!

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  12. If you look closely at our new urban art collection you'll see elements of design made popular by street art.

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