Be sure to follow the blog hop list below as you hop from one blog to the next and read carefully below as there are a few ways you can win some fabulous prizes. Return to the Echo Park Paper blog at any time for the next blogger on the list in case you get lost or confused!
Ways to win an Echo Park Collection Kit
- ONE winner will be selected from EACH blog to receive an Echo Park Paper collection kit of their choosing. To win for the kit, comments will be due by midnight EST, Sunday, March 25 to qualify. The winner will be announced on each blog Monday, March 26 so be sure to check back to see if you've won.
- TWO additional winners will be chosen to receive an Echo Park Collection kit from Artfull Crafts. To win this you must become a follower of each Artfull Crafts DT member and leave a comment on each of their blogs
Here is the hop list!
Echo Park Paper: http://www.echoparkpaper.typepad.com/
Leslie Ashe: http://leslieashe.blogspot.com/
Sandy Ang: http://angsandy.blogspot.com/
Linda Auclair: http://elendae.wordpress.com/
Betsy Clark: http://bestofbetsys.blogspot.com/ === YOU ARE HERE
Nancy Damiano: http://www.thepaperorchard.blogspot.com/
Lowri McNabb: http://papervinenz.blogspot.com/
Amy Heller: http://www.amyheller.typepad.com/
Lisa Skinner: http://mypassiontoscrap.blogspot.com/
Christine Bonifacio: http://christinebcreates.blogspot.com/
Tamara Tripodi: http://happylifecraftywife.com/
Louise Forsyth: http://punknscrap2.blogspot.com/
Wendy Anderson: http://www.wendysueanderson.blogspot.com/
Jennifer Gallacher: http://jengallacher.blogspot.com/
Artfull Crafts: http://artfullcrafts.blogspot.com/
I am so excited to be sharing four cards, made with the fabulous Echo Park, Graceful collection. These are so quick and easy to put together, as there is a wonderful range of chipboard and stickers. Here at Artfull Crafts we are going to create packs so YOU can make these cards too! Keep your eye on the blog and Facebook for when they are available.
Well, it's never a card without a Martha Stewart punch, some pretty papers and organza ribbon! The quality of the chipboard is excellent - so I've made good use of the packet!
Graceful papers look fabulous made up into little rosettes using the Tim Holtz dies. I also love to use my sewing machine to pleat ribbons and make a patchwork effect on the lovely papers.
This is called "Mish Mash!" Old ladies like me should be playing Bingo - but here I am making cards instead!! I hope you've enjoyed my selection.
The next blog to visit on the list is Nancy and don’t forget to leave a comment and become a follower to win some fabulous giveaways.