Colored up with Distress Markers. Love these Autumn colors!
(12/13/2012 It appears that Squiggle Stamps is no longer in business.)
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|Cardstock stickers have become a new favorite of mine. Alphas and sentiment stickers, especially!|
Today the Echo Park Paper Design Team and Great Impressions Stamps Design Team are showcasing projects from our latest collections. You should have arrived here from Lowri's blog...if you did you're right on track! If not, be sure to follow the blog hop list at the end of this post as you hop from one blog to the next, so you don't miss anything!
ONE winner will be selected from EACH blog to receive an Echo Park Paper collection kit of their choosing, and a set of two stickable stamps from Great Impressions Stamps.
To qualify for the drawing for the Echo Park kit and Great Impressions Stamps,
comments will be due by midnight EST, Sunday, October 21st.
The winner will be announced on each blog Monday, October 22nd,
so be sure to check back to see if you've won!
With Halloween just around the corner, the holiday season is about to be in full swing. It's not too early to start thinking and making Christmas projects! This project started out as an advent calendar. I love counting down to something fun! As I started making up the bags, I realized these little decorated bags would also be great for giving gift cards, candy...anything that doesn't require a full gift bag, but needs some dressing up!
I used the Echo Park Very Merry line for these cute bags! (These brown paper bags are smaller than regular lunch sacks. I picked these up at Costco awhile back.) I'm not usually one for stickers, but these EP cardstock stickers were perfect to layer over the patterned papers.!
These Great Impressions Christmas Stamps topped off the gift bags
with a bit of color and glitter!