Using Tiny Egg Hunt on a Layout

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Mary recently scrapbooked some pictures of her granddaughter’s first easter egg hunt when she was 1 year old, and the new Tiny Egg Hunt Accessory set ended up being perfect for her easter layout! It has everything you need for an Easter basket, and you can use it for a layout as Mary did, or for a craft/decoration!

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For her border, Mary used the Cheerful Tiny border and lined them up against each other to add length. If you like the curves of the Cheerful Tiny Border, you could even consider using Mckay Blvd Border; it has similar curves to the Cheerful Tiny border and it’s longer. And to add some fun dimension to the bottom of the page, Mary created a miniature egg hunt of her own using the Tiny Egg Hunt set and then used the big egg in the set as her journaling, which is a fun way to make your journaling more personal.

It wouldn’t be Easter without an Easter basket! Using the Tiny Egg Hunt Accessory set, making this basket is so simple! You can switch it up and throw a chic in there instead of a bunny, or keep it all eggs! The doodle sheet that comes with this Accessory Set makes creating a face for your bunny and adding some fun designs to your eggs super easy!

For her title, Mary used some alphabet stickers she got from Echo Park and then framed it using the Lacey Trims and Rings Accessory Set which secluded the title in a fun way and added some curves.