Hello Echo Park fans! Lisa here with you today to show you how easy it is to use one Echo Park collection (in this case, the new Game On Mini Theme) to make cards for gift giving. I'll be showing you three cards and an easy way to package them too.
Let's take a look at the first card. The “what”, “when” and “where” stickers were perfect for grounding other Sticker Accents. This card could easily be used as a party invitation or as a general, masculine notecard.
This card is perfect for kids of all ages! I ran the card through my printer to get the song lyrics on there (All Star by Smash Mouth). The song immediately came to mind because of the name of the collection (Game On) and because there's a “rock star” sticker on the Sticker Accents sheet. I kept this card clean and simple to keep the focus on the controller sticker.
This collection contains elements for either the gamer or music lover in your life. I took the latter route with this card, using the headphone and iPod stickers to create a music-themed scene on a 3x4 journaling card.
Now that the cards are done, it's time to wrap them up. I tucked them into a cello bag, sealing the back with a bit of washi tape. A band of patterned paper and some stickers finish off the front.
As you can see, focusing on a single Echo Park collection can streamline your card making production. You can create a variety of designs if you're feeling creative or stick with one design (which is definitely a time saver).
Tunes Supply List:
Game On Icons 12x12 Paper
Game On Journaling 12x12 Paper
Green/Pink 12x12 Paper (Fine and Dandy)
Red/Orange 12x12 Paper (Fine and Dandy)
Navy/Lt. Blue 12x12 Paper (That's My Boy)
Game On Sticker Accents
Here and Now Font Cut File
Have you ever given a card set as a gift? Would you like to receive a set of cards as a gift? Tell us!!