Thursday, August 05, 2010

Echo Park's Life is Good !

According to Scrapbook Update's review of CHA Summer 2010 , 
Echo Park Paper was much buzzed about on the show floor .
Since we are lucky enough to get ahold of  their papers here - 
way ahead of all the other brands from CHA Summer...
I had to try some out ! ;) 

Card design was inspired by Card Sketch #50, Inspired Blueprints.

A rather pretty color palette here in this line 
which can easily suit a number of themes to scrap with .

can i say I highly recommend misting through a fine screen material -
 I am thinking  big pieces of lace, 
even my laundry bag - 
anything with fine screen ... lol ...
the texture is just wonderful & effortless . 

I have used the Fall Glimmer Mist colors here - 
Apple & Dragonfly with some Vanilla Breeze . 
very versatile colors indeed !
 & no, we needn't use them for a seasonal purpose at all .;)  

Layout design inspired by a Liz Qualman sketch . 


Kim said...

Pearl you never stop....gorgeous as always what a fabulous tip for misting, we did try something similar with Heidi Swapp where we misted over make me want to go and try it now

Lynette said...

Please send a bit of your creativity my way. I am so out of it at the moment. DH revamped my scrap room and yesterday was spent re-organising and purging. Hopefully I will be able to get going.

tania said...

would you mind sending me some too??lol!!
these days, scrapping in my life, seem to be a luxury, really.
but we are having a long weekend, so i am planning to do some.
hope you are doing VERY well:)

Sarah W. said...

Amazing! I will have to pull out my laundry bag ;). I love Echo Park. My LSS has had for a bit now. I have a couple sheets I am looking to tuck into! Thanks for sharing!

Susan said...

I love that idea of misting through a screen. I must try it. You know, the thought of misting a layout was keeping me awake the other night. I almost had to get up and apply the mist then and there! LoL!

These are gorgeous papers and embellishments. I do so love your creations Pearl.

ellen s. said...

cuuute! great projects as usual!