here and there and been on the creative team at the Counterfeit Kit Challenge Blog for a year now - all great ways of using up my supplies, but the thought of getting free modern stash to work with (I'm a bargain hunter when I shop and rarely get current products) plus somewhere special to show off is still a draw. I was delighted, therefore, to be successful when on-line shop A Trip Down Memory Lane put out a guest designer call on their blog last year ... I waited patiently for my turn and then all of a sudden they sent me some Echo Park papers and stickers to work with. Of course no sooner had the pizza box of goodies arrived, than I ran out of ink for the printer and couldn't print any photos!!! At moments like that you begin to question the need for public recognition ... I was having
ATDML's March gallery has just gone "live" here and 4 of the 5 pages I made are in there along with lots of other great Echo Park projects from the regular designers for ATDML. I loved working with the double-sided papers - if one side was no good for a particular photo, you could make the reverse work instead.
This is my final page of the five, using up all the scraps from the kit with a sheet of black card and a few chipboard alphas that I added. And here's a sneak of the double page spread I made for the gallery too:
My thanks to Mel and Jill for a chance to try out Echo Park papers, I think I'll be keeping an eye out for them in the future!