What family traditions do you share during the Easter holiday? Whether egg dying or hunting, church service or a picnic in the park, you can document your best memories with our March kit and add-ons on a layout. That’s what design team member Daniela did, and we know you’ll love the new page that she is sharing with us today!
Hi friends! It’s Daniela here and I’m happy to be sharing a new layout with you today. I love Easter and we have an egg hunt in the garden each year. We hide chocolates and little gifts everywhere and the kids run around excitedly and put all the found treasures in their baskets. Each year, we hide all the goodies in different places and they are more difficult to find! It’s so much fun to watch the kids on their egg hunt. I used the March kit and add-ons to document last years’ hunt and this is how the layout turned out:
Supplies | March 2020 Kit, Go See Do Acetate Die Cuts, Adventure Stickers, Tiny Shapes and Dots Puffy Stickers, Title Builder Vol. 4 Puffy Stickers, Easter Wood Veneers, Acrylic Easter Eggs, Flourish 6 x 8.5 paper stack , Mini Dated Extras Stamp
I chose all of the green and blue hues for this page because these are the main colors in my photo. The Go See Do Acetate Die Cuts are such cool embellishments, you can use them on colored cardstock, mixed media backgrounds, patterend paper or even on top of clusters like I did here. I also cut the tiny stars from one of the journaling tags from the March 2020 Kit— this way I have stars in different sizes and textures on my page.
The Easter Wood Veneers were perfect for my pictures and of course I also had to use the pretty Acrylic Easter Eggs . The ripped edge of the paper, color splatters, sequins and stars help to create a messy and playful style. I also used blue and green ink for the date so that it matches my color scheme perfectly.
I love decorating my pictures with embellishments, so I placed bits and pieces on top of the photos as well. The vibrant colors of Title Builder Vol. 4 Puffy Stickers are absolutely awesome. I adhered the green letters only on one side to the light blue paper layer, creating lots of dimension because the acrylic egg creates some space between the different papers.
I hope you’re all coping well with the current situation. Easter 2020 is coming for sure, so enjoy it with your loved ones, even though we all have to stay at home! Crafting is such a good way to focus on good things right now, so spread some good vibes by sharing your creations on social media using the hashtag #ellesstudio!
Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great day!