Monday, October 15, 2012

Great Impressions Stamps & Echo Park Hop


Welcome to the Great Impressions Stamps and Echo Park Paper Design Team Blog Hop!



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! 









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Thanks so much for stopping by! Your next stop on the hop is Mary!

The Design Teams List
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Echo Park Paper
Angela - You are here. ♥


Enjoy the hop!
Inky hugs,
Angi

112 comments:

  1. i love jingle reindeer the best!! so so cute!! :)

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  2. Very cute bags, Love EP and Great Impressions. TFS pammejo1@yahoo.com
    http://pammejo-scrapbookflair.blogspot.com/

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  3. An excellent way to dress up those bags for Christmas! Love it!

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  4. These are all perfect! I love the shaped edges on the bags and of course the bright, happy colors. Thanks for the chance to win. barbara.murphy@hotmail.ca

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  5. This is a lovely project! Very festive for the holiday season!

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  6. These are very cute. I love that there is a few different ones. Very adorable.

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  7. Cute packaging ideas! Thanks for the hop! shanan.simmons@gmail.com

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  8. Love these cards! The Kraft is fab! Especially like the reindeer!

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  9. Adorable and so fun!
    angeandjohn@yahoo.com

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  10. What great gift bags! I love how you decorated them!

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  11. Oh my, I am loving your fun gift bags!! This is such a great idea..

    Scrappy hugs,
    Amanda :0)

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  12. Those bags are really cute! Will make some of those for an advent calendar! :)

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  13. All your cards are beautiful! I love that you used craft card stock.

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  14. well done! I would love to be the recipient of such cute bags! great creativity! randplasch (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  15. Very cute bags! I love the look with the echo park papers! I was just at Costco, now I need to go back! Fun project!!! jill@blackdogsbc.com

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  16. Very cute bags. Might have to lift this idea for my bowling buddies this Christmas.

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  17. I love the cute little treat bags!! Such a great idea!

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  18. Very cute. I'll have to add small lunch bags to my wishlist of supplies.

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  19. What an adorable idea...I am stealing this :))))

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  20. Adorable bags. Thanks for sharing!!!

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  21. Lovely! I love the treat bags they are adorable!

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  22. I had to bookmark these gift bags, they are so cute!

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  23. The little reindeer is so cute. Great idea for making the tags. thanks for the inspiration.

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  24. these are really great gift bags Angi-they look great with the EP paper and your GI stamps

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  25. Love the idea to use these adorable gift bags for gift cards at the holidays. I love all of them, but the snowman is my favorite since I am partial to them. Thanks for sharing!

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  26. Those bags are awfully cute -- I really like how you've cut each one's edges differently. It's a little touch that at first I hardly noticed -- then I realized how much polish it adds to the project!

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  27. Very cute bags, love the toppers with twine.

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  28. Adorable bag toppers! Great project idea!

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  29. Cute idea with the stickers on tags to use as buttons on the bags. Very cute.

    spertierra at bellsouth dot net

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  30. Great bags. Love the toppers.
    hkstarflower-echopark@yahoo.co.uk

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  31. Very cute bags! Good idea to use them for smaller gifts. K7181994@aol.com

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  32. Fun projects! Great idea for Christmas!

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  33. Cute little treat bags (having an issue with Twitter ATM - Will tweet ASAP!)

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  34. Your treat bags are too fabulous! I love them!!

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  35. Love the treat bags. What a fun blog hop - so many great projects.

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  36. Great project! love how these turned out, so much attention to all the details!

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  37. Wow, wish I had a whole 25 day count down made up of these!! Oh so fun! Loved playing with the stickers too!

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  38. These are awesome!!! I love this idea and I love the bags! SO much fun! THank you!!!

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  39. Very cute treat bags--i like the stamps and the papers you used.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  40. Adorable treat bags! Fun papers and stamps!
    DeniseB
    deniseb777ATgmailDOTcom

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  41. What adorable bags.. those would make great secret santa gift bags.

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  42. Love the bags! They are darling! I love how each bag has a different edge to the flap!
    Heidi Rees

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  43. Cute bags!! neat idea with the stickers. =)

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  44. What cute little bags! They really give you an opportunity to let your creative side take over.

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  45. What adorable bags. I love how you topped each of them. Super cute.

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  46. These holiday bags are adorable! Thanks for sharing on this hop, and thanks for the chance to win!

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  47. Oh MY!!! I just love these darling treat baggies! I'm going to have to use this idea for stocking stuffers!

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  48. What lovely treat bags! I love how easy it is to just dress them up. Thanks for sharing.

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  49. That is just super clever and SO pretty!! Love the look of all of them together, too. :D

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  50. Oh, these treat bags are fantastic. I love the toppers and the Great Impression images. Thanks for sharing.

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  51. These treat bags are adorable. I love that you used the stamps to put on a tab to seal the bags. This is another project that I just have to do. Thanks for sharing.

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  52. Really cute and adorable!
    cuteandcoolcreations(at)gmail.com

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  53. The bags are awesome! I like the circle stamped images at the top - the perfect decoration!

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  54. Just wanted to let you know that you are officially on the blog list at The Outlawz! You can come visit me at Trina Makes Stuff.

    Your bags are cute!!

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  55. I just want to see what's inside! Love these and so doable too! Thanks!

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  56. I perfer bgs over boxes, these ideas are just adorable.

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  57. This is a great idea for simple and nice gift bags!

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  58. LOVE your bags! I escpecially love the snow person one. I am such a sucker for snow people stuff! Thanks for the chance to win free stuff to feed my papercrafting addiction!

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  59. These are adorable little bags. Thanks for sharing.

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  60. Great bags! I did some like them that I embossed the bags and then decorated them.
    Works great.

    Carla from Utah

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  61. cute bags, love that they are all unique. great addition on the twine, and layering. thanks for sharing.
    kimba at richhook dot com

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  62. Im do overwhelmed with all the beautiful projects!! Thanks for sharing :)

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  63. Angi you are totally putting me in the holiday spirit - such cute bags...great for kids holiday parties or to surprise a co-worker with!

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  64. These are such cute little bags. Nice job.

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  65. These bags are too cute! Thanks for the inspiration! :)

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  66. Very cute bags!! Love your blog, thanks for sharing! ;-)

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  67. Gorgeous little bags, what a great idea!

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  68. These treat bags are outstanding. Love the use of stickers plus patterned paper.

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  69. I'm not a sticker person either, but your bags sure look adorable.

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  70. Fabulous cuteness! Love your creations Angela!

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  71. Love your treat bags these are just adorable :)

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  72. Angi, also was impressed with the decorative edges on your bags. The stamps and papers just went together like cocoa & marshmallows!

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  73. Your treat bags are a great idea! (and love your Christmas mini-album that I just saw on you site a few minutes ago!)

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  74. adorable bags! I love the design and of course, the papers!

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  75. Adorable X-Mas bags! TFS all of your art work!

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  76. Love your gift bags! You've inspired me to take another look at my stickers!

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  77. Love your gift bags collection...Love to win!!

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  78. Fantastic cards! Thanks for the chance.

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  79. Adorable treat bags, great way to use stamps and paper :)

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  80. Great gift bags! I like the shaped edges on these.

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  81. Oh my, this is so awesome! I could use those bags, fill it with chocolate, cookies, or small toys, and give it to my family & friends..
    Thanks for the idea Angela.. :D

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  82. Your treat bags are so cute. I love them.

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  83. These little treat bags are AMAZING!

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  84. Those bags are divine!!! They are a fantastic idea for smaller gifts! XOX Lucy

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  85. These bags are simply delightful! Love those little circles at the top!

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  86. Cute cute bags, I love!! Thanks for sharing!
    taorni at hotmail dot com

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  87. Such cute bags!! I love that you used a Tim Holtz die for the edge of them.

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  88. Very cute gift bags. This paper is wonderful!

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Thank you for taking the time to stop by and visit! I read all of the comments and appreciate your thoughts. May all your Mayhem be crafty messes...inky hugs!

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