.Echo Park Country Drive Cards.

Good morning! I have three cards for you today. They were all fairly simple, and could easily be recreated. These are all hybrid cards. Meaning, I used Echo Park’s digital papers from Jessica Sprague and I printed them here at home. I use an Epson Artisan 800 which has been discontinued and replaced with the 810 (I believe). I love digital paper! If October Afternoon went digital, I would never buy paper again!

Each photo is clickable, so you can see the photo larger. Also, the details for the products I used to create each card can be found below the card itself.

Stamp: Unity’s November 2010 kit of the month. (Three hearts.)
Dies: Spellbinder’s Lacey Circle and My Favorite Thing’s Decorative Doily.
Pattern paper: Echo ParkCountry Drive.
Tools: We R Memory Keepers Crop-A-Dile Corner Chomper.
Ink: Tsukineko Memento in Tuxedo Black and Versa Fine in Vintage Sepia.
Embellishments: Twine and vintage seam binding.

Stamp: Unity’s November 2010 kit of the month. (Sentiment: happy birthday.) Background stamp (inside the card) Basic Grey’s Life of the Party: Dots.
Dies: Spellbinder’s Labels Eighteen.
Pattern paper: Echo ParkCountry Drive.
Solid cardstock: Papertrey Ink.
Tools: We R Memory Keepers Crop-A-Dile Corner Chomper and plastic to stamp on.
Ink: Tsukineko StazOn in Jet Black, VersaMark and Versa Fine in Vintage Sepia.
Embellishments: Bling.

Stamp: Unity’s June 2009 kit of the month. (Sentiment: we do not remember the days we remember the moments. The kit is no longer available.)
Pattern paper: Echo ParkCountry Drive and journaling tag; Element Pack 2.
Tools: We R Memory Keepers Crop-A-Dile Corner Chomper.
Ink: Tsukineko Versa Fine in Onyx Black.
Embellishments: Twine.

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