Saturday, March 26, 2016

Easter Flip Books 2016 with Echo Park

Hello Crafty Bloggers!

We have more Easter loveliness today as Amira shares her Easter Flip Books. What's a Flip Book you ask? Read on............



Merry Easter One & All,

Gosh is it Easter already??

Well you know what they say, time flies when you are having fun and oh what fun I've been having.

Today I am using the Echo Park Easter 2016 Collection to bring you Flip Books- the latest trend in Craftywood....you know Craftywood, cousin to Hollywood, Bollywood- yes? No? LOL

Any hoo- check out this gorgeous Easter Flip Book I made:



I cut the banner using a die by Kaisercraft and then added letters to spell the word Easter using glitter card stock.



And here is a closer look at this darling on the front cover.


I got this from a free downloadable here

Now when you flip the book open, the first 2 pages you see are these:




Then when you flip again, you see these:


Then when you flip again you see this:


Here is a closer look at each page :





Did you see my hidden message:


And of course, I couldn't NOT add a little Gorjuss girl in amongst it all....




After more flipping, here is another revealed spread:


Did you see this cute little cut apart that I added a paper tole Peter Rabbit to?



He came from this set of sheets which I ordered a LONG time ago when I met Aunty Vera in 2014.



Here is another fussy cutting  scene I just absolutely adore:



In one of the pockets, there is an Easter card which I made to the lucky recipient of this Easter Flip Book.


More cute Peter Rabbit characters in 3D paper tole....


And yet a further flip reveals this spread: 


A quick peak behind that project life card reveals:


 And finally, the back of the flip book :



So much fun!!!

Here is another one I made:



 The first flip reveals this double page spread:


  The second flip reveals this one:


The third flip reveals these cute characters I cut from a sticker book I have had for a while:




This page has GOT to be my favourite <3


And the back of the book looks like this:



So here they are side by side:


Now, flip books are meant to be interactive so if you wanted to see how they looked in action, I recorded this show and tell here:





Thank you SO much for stopping by and I'd love a comment below letting me know how you celebrated your Easter.

Happy crafting...
xxAmiraInOz


WOW! Amira! I just love love LOvE these flip books! Thank you so much for sharing. 
I fainted when I saw the first one. Then I saw you made TWO!....... DOUBLE FAINT!!!!!

Aunty Vera :)




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