Hi, everyone! Mandy Koeppen here with you today to share a 4 projects I created with Echo Park’s Summer Bliss collection,  new iCraft Foils(look for these at our online store soon!), Therm O Web Glitter Dust™ Deco Frames.


Kickin It… by. Mandy Koeppen 

Supplies List:

Echo Park Summer Bliss Collection pack
Therm O Web 3D Squares
Therm O Web Glitter Dust™ Deco Frames (coming soon!)
iCraft™ Deco Foil & Adhesive (coming soon!)
Therm O Web Adhesive Pick-Up Square
Sticky Tape Mini Runner™
Scissors, Paper Trimmer(not pictured), washi tape, tags, embellishments, craft knife


Here is a look at the supplies I started with:


I’ll be honest this time while creating I totally forgot to do the step but step process photos. I’m so sorry about that but I think this layout is pretty simple and can be easily recreated.

Here are the basics on how to create a layout like this.

Step 1. Choose a neutral pattern paper for background.

Step 2. choose 3 coordinating pattern papers(by using a collection pack like this Echo Park pack everything already coordinates.).

Step 3.Trim 1 pattern paper 3inx12, the 2nd pattern paper 2inx12in, and the 3rd pattern paper 1inx12in. Layer and adhere to layout .

Step 4.Layer the pattern papers and adhere using the Sticky Tape Mini Runner™

Step 5. Choose another pattern paper to cover 3 tags with. Then adhere and trim excess paper.

Step 6. Create pattern with iCraft Adhesive™ on all 3 tags. Let dry. time may vary.

Step 7. Once iCraft Adhesive is dry rub the Foil onto the tag with finger. Adhere to left side of layout.


Step 8. Adhere photos to the tags.

Step 9. Add title with stickers.


Step 10. Add embellishments to layout(stickers, washi, tags, paperclips). Adhere some embellishments with Therm O Web 3D Foam Squares to add dimension to layout.


Here is the layout one more time. I hope it’s inspired you to grab those Echo Park collection packs off your shelves.



I also created these fun summer time themed cards with the same Echo Park Summer Bliss collection pack, iCraft Adhesive, iCraft Foils, Therm O Web 3D Foam Squares and Sticky Tape Mini Runner™.


U R the Best  card by. Mandy Koeppen To create this card  freehand cut the orange frame with a craft knife then adhered it to the card base with my Sticky Tape Mini Runner™. Then adhere bicycle pattern paper to canter. To get the fun wonky background in the Glitter Dust™ Deco Frame use the iCraft™ Foil & Adhesive to create a design them cut out the square mount it on the back of frame and adhere to card. Add sentiment and embellish.


Hello Sunshine Summer Card by. Mandy Koeppen  

To create this card fussy cut summer card from Echo Park journaling cards. Using iCraft™ Foil and Adhesive go over “summer” to give added dimension to your sentiment.Using iCraft™ Foil and Adhesive(coming soon) create wavy beachy card adhere to card. Layer and adhere summer sentiment with 3D Foam Squares. Embellish with ribbon & stickers. Tip: to give your stickers added dimension add 3D foam squares to backs.


Life is Good card by. Mandy Koeppen 

To create this card use iCraft™ Foil and Adhesive on a blank tag. Mist then wipe with paper towel. Adhere Sticker sentiment on top of tag. Layer tag on top of 2 Glitter Dust™ Deco Scallop Frames. Back frames with coordinating pattern paper. Adhere washi tape to bottom of card. Layer pattern paper scrap on washi tap. Adhere tags and frames to card with 3D Foam Squares.  Slip an arrow paper clip in or embellishments.

Thanks for joining me today!!

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2 Comments on Summer Fun Memories with Therm O Web

  1. Heather Thompson
    June 30, 2014 at 7:45 am (9 years ago)

    Great layout!!! lots of detail. very neat.

  2. Belinda K-N
    June 30, 2014 at 10:05 am (9 years ago)

    We are headed on a summer getaway to the Grand Canyon and Las Vegas…we will be taking lots of photos, so I may be able to put some of your ideas to good use!