Monday, October 15, 2012

Look who stopped by...

Madison from Echo Park is here on a family vacation and stopped by this weekend to say hi.  He also happened to drop off some giveaways for us to give to some lucky customers.  So, I am doing a Blog Giveaway - comment on this post by midnight on Wednesday, October 17th to win an Echo Park Prize Pack.  All you have to do is make a comment about Echo Park, your favorite line, how much you enjoy his classes when he comes and teaches, etc.  Only one entry per person.
Oh, and they just may be back this coming weekend to stop in and say hi so sign up for the Jen Starr classes (only a few spots left so hurry) and you just may get to hang out with her and see Madison and Keisha, how fun!

Here's the info for the Jen Starr classes, reserve your spot now, you don't want to miss out!  And if you sign up for both classes, we'll buy you lunch!





6 comments:

Carla Backitis said...

Oh my Gosh, I LOVE Echo Park! Each line they put out becomes my new favorite. My latest is For The Record Documented. I LOVE the blues and yellows.

Denise said...

I love love their products and especially anything in the green and yellow tones, Wish I could take the class - but will not be around this weekend.

Jessica Brower said...

I absolutely love the echo park lines. They provide such a unique design on scrapbook paper. My favorite line currently is Chillingsworth Manor. Halloween is my favorite holiday and this paper and its designs are so fun to work with.

Terry Esabella said...

I love there christmas line .cant wait to make some cards out of there Christmas line and realy love there hole line of paper.
love Terry urban

Lynn D. said...

Maybe because we don't see snow during the winter months, the blue shades of Winter Wishes appeals to me. It suggests cool temperatures and evokes childhood memories of snowmen, snowball fights and time spent with family, sharing hot chocolate. Now, that's what paper should do for a scrapbook!

DIXIE YOUMANS said...

Echo Park is a great line of paper to work with on many projects; such as albums, layouts and cards. Love it.