Hi Everyone I have another project available for FREE download on the Echo Park website here. I have also announced the winner of the PaperHaus Launch Giveaway – check to see if YOU won the big prize! Homemade Treat Box This treat-box using the Homemade Collection is a perfect way to give a homemade gift. Fill it with fudge or baked cookies – great for a housewarming or hostess gift! To see the instructions you will need to go to the Echo Park e-commerce site here. This project (and many others) are FREE to download – though you will have to register first – but that only takes a sec. Click here to be taken to the download site. PaperHaus Winner The winner of the Paperhaus prize shown below is… HawaiianLibrarian – please email me here to claim your prize. Be sure to check all of the other blogs you may have commented on too – there is a list here and I see some familiar names! Please post a comment with any questions – Lowri 🙂 I am linking up this post to these websites here.
Hi Everyone It’s Father’s Day this weekend here in New Zealand so I thought I would share a couple of ideas using the Echo Park “Family Man” Mini Theme. You can also see the winner of the August Echo Park Blog-Hop at the end of this post. Mini AlbumThis project is available as a free Echo Park download here. Register with your e-mail address and have instant access to this and heaps of other free project downloads! Man-VitationThis double sided keep-sake invite would be great for a special birthday, stag party or any occasion that you don’t want dad to forget! This was a real hybrid project with paper, digital and die-cut elements all included. Echo Park Winner Last week you had the chance to win an Echo Park Collection Pack by commenting on my Echo Park Blog Hop Post. Make sure to become a follower of my Facebook Page so you can find out when the next one is! The winner of the Echo Park Collection Kit of their choosing is Christine: Christine – please email me here to find out how you can claim your prize. Please leave a comment or email me with any questions Lowri 🙂 […]
Hi Everyone I have a post on the Echo Park blog today showing an idea for using the School Days Mini Theme to create a Teacher’s Gift Box. This would be a perfect gift to get ready now for when the kids go back to school! This mini theme is so much fun with its bright images and great combination of papers. To create the basic box I used this file from A Little Hut. I did have to do some editing in the Silhouette software in order to make such a large box – but it was my first time and really wasn’t too hard. I simply used the knife tool to “cut up” the file and then enlarged all the pieces at the same time to keep them in proportion. I then had to add a couple of simple straight lines back in where I had separated the pieces – but it was pretty straightforward. The box cleverly forms an apple shape on top – which I decorated using some of the stickers from the collection. That lovely red chevron paper was actually from the Homemade Mini-Theme and matched perfectly! To create the little pennant I wrapped and […]
Hi Everyone Some exciting news for me to share today – I am going to be designing for A Little Hut – a fabulous company offering digital cutting files and printables. Patricia Zapata, Owner and Designer has an amazing design aesthetic and I am really excited to be working with her. Here is a teaser of what you can see on my first exclusive post for A Little Hut. You can see my full post including details of these boxes and heaps more here. This is such an exciting opportunity for me – so head on over to the A Litle Hut blog to see these projects and others using the Teresa Collins Everyday Moments Collection. Please post a comment with any questions – Lowri 🙂 I am linking up this post to these websites here.