Monday, March 10, 2014

Top Dog Dies & Echo Park Blog Hop


Welcome to the 
Top Dog Dies & Echo Park Spring Blog Hop!  


The designers from both companies have been busting at the seams to show you some blog hopping fun!  Here's the hop line-up...you won't want to miss a beat!  

Top Dog Dies & Echo Park 
Spring Blog Hop


Top Dog Dies Giveaway:  We'll select one winner from each Top Dog Dies blog in the hop to receive a Top Dog Dies Bunny & Eggs Die Set. Echo Park Paper will also be offering special prizes, so be sure to visit every blog to get the details. All entries must be received by midnight MDT, Sunday, March 16th in order to win. The winners will be announced on each blog Wednesday, March 19th so don't forget to check back and see if you won.

Here's the darling paper collection that I got to play with from Echo Park Paper called Splendid Sunshine!  Thanks, EP...I'm in love with this happy collection!



I die cut the Bunny & Eggs, Basket & Eggs, Bella Doily, and Heart Mini Album Finisher Dies with several patterns from Echo Park's Splendid Sunshine Collection, layered it all up and adhered to the front of an old mason jar, wrapped and tied off with The Twinery's Baker's Twine and stuffed the jar with iridescent Easter grass and candy corn!  

Thanks so much for stopping by the stage!

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Paper:  Splendid Sunshine (Echo Park Paper)
Dies:  Heart Mini Album Finishers Die Set, Bella Doily Die, Basket & Egg Die Set, Bunny & Eggs Die Set (Top Dog Dies)
Other:  Baker's Twine (The Twinery), Pink Felt, Easter Grass, Candy


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70 comments:

lovescrapbooking said...

:)) good idea! very nice

Cathy Homan said...

I absolutely love the dies you used. What a great idea to decorate a treat jar! Thanks for the chance to win.

Sarah P. said...

Love the idea of using a mason jar. Thank you for sharing.

Katie Bolinger said...

I really like your paper choice for the basket. looks more like a basket with the criss cross scoring pattern

Jeanene said...

What a great way to decorate a mason jar.

grandmato19 said...

Mmmmmm! Candy corn! What a great jar!

Katie Ann Brooks said...

What a fun creation Stacey! I love the use of the jar as opposed to a basket, it would make a wonderful hostess gift!

Mary said...

The Bella Doily Die is to die for

Penny L. said...

very creative and trendy with the mason jar. thanks!

Lisa said...

Ooooh this is a cute bunny! Sweet project Stacey!

Tracey McNeely said...

Love this sweet treat jar Stacey!

csewy-csescrap13 said...

Loving your sweet jar....so cute!

Amy C. said...

What a fun idea! I love mason jars and this just gives me another way to create with them!

Katie Melhus said...

Perfect Easter project, that bunny is too cute!

Sierra Winters said...

This is really creative and fun. I love it!
Sierra

DIANA L. said...

Thanks for the fun Hop, Love your treat jar the bunny looks so good in the pretty paper you chose. I am your newest follower I hope you will follow me also..
Have a blessed day
DIANA L.
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gabriella said...

What a cute project

gabriella said...

What a cut project

Holly Gagnon said...

Super cute! I <3 any Mason Jar project. Happy to be in the Hop with you. Holly :-)

WhoMom said...

A bunny on a jar. What an adorable idea and a great way to give a gift. Thank you for the hop and giveaway opportunity.

on a good day said...

Excellent idea for treats in a decorated reusable jar!!!

Sarah Biswabic said...

What a cute candy jar! :)

Christine Kiehl said...

That is an adorably crafty treat jar! I love how you used that pink polka dot paper! Sweet!

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

your jar is so cute. I love the paper you used to cut the bunny. TFS

Larissa Heskett said...

LOVING this Stacey!! Such a FUN Design!! I LOVE that Bunny!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

Lara said...

great idea for easter treats!

Laurie B. said...

fun project idea!

Laurie B. said...

fun project!

Janis said...

Super-cute way to dress up the jar. Love that doily die-cut.
<3 J

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Camerageek said...

Your polka dot bunny is hoot. Love it.

Erika Demars said...

such a cute candy jar....something my kids would have a hard time keeping their hands out of...thanks for the chance to win!

Kathie Craig said...

I am a new follower and love your work. I like how you used a basic jar and embellished it to make it look like $100 bucks.

Crystal Morse said...

Not quite sure where I am supposed to leave a comment so I'm just doing it here. I'm obsessed with the Sun kit.

Christine said...

Love the current Mason jar trent, and your treat jar is just amazing. Luv the bunnies!

marylouh said...

great decoration for a jar. The polka dot bunny is so cute, with the lacy doily behind her. Great job.

Heather Thompson said...

i have so many jars laying around here. How cute is that project!! Thank you for sharing!

Stampin Lara said...

This is the CUTEST project!!! LOVE love love it. I love your entire blog, thanks for sharing such cute stuff!

Loly Borda-Towery said...

Such a cute project! All the layers I always love in your cards are here too. Awesome! TFS

Karenladd said...

My 3 year old grand-daughter would go nuts over that adorable Easter treat jar! So cute!

Karen H said...

Awwww! this is so sweet, thanks for sharing!

Kathleen White said...

Awesome jar project!

Caryn S said...

Wonderful layering on this!

Beatrice Lawson said...

Cute idea, perfect for recycling:-)

TJ Butler said...

Love your project - so super cute!!!

Scrappin' Diva said...

What a fantastic treat jar!

Iris said...

Cute bunny jar.
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Sue D said...

very cute with the polka dot bunny!

Miriam Prantner said...

Just love how you dressed up that jar!

Pam Young said...

Love your project and your blog!! The mason jar is just the perfect thing you could have used!!

Jean Bullock said...

So creative. I would never think to do that. I would just pour the candy into a dish.

Claude said...

That's adorable :)

Стокли said...

Cute bunny! and it made cute embellishment.

Стокли said...

Cute bunny! and it made cute embellishment.

Ria Montefalcon said...

Love that bunny, the jar is just a perfect gift too to make

Buho Scrapper said...

that bunny has became one of my favorites! it´s so cute!! the paper is gorgeous. Beautiful project!

Kathleen Rimer said...

What a cute idea this is...and your inspiration and creativity is amazing.

Robin B. said...

What a cute jar! Thanks for the inspiration.

TracyM #6773 said...

Easter cuteness, love your pretty papers and delightful die cut layers!!!
THANK YOU for the crafty inspiration :)

jan said...

Love all the details of your die cxuts, agree sunshine is a great line!

DBMM said...

he Bella Doily Die is to die for!! and what a great idea to use the mason jar for the treats!

stampinfun71 said...

I just love this...I'm going to be making these for my daughters teachers. This has been a super hop, I really would love to win the new papers- they are yummy!!!

Lisa said...

This is so adorable!! I love how you layered the dies!! They look amazing :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

JayTeeZeHang said...

Oh so adorable! I love the idea! of course love the dies!

Denise Bryant said...

LOVE that polka dot bunny and the textured basket! Great project! Fabulous papers and dies! Great pairing of Echo Park and Top Dog Dies!

~amy~ said...

Such a CUTE idea Stacey!

Jessie said...

What a fun candy jar!!!

Linda Storey said...

I love Mason jar anything. I love that you used the doilies to make it look delicate. Thanks so much for this chance to win.. ;0)

Helen Gullett said...

So super cute!! Love the bunny!

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

what a darling project!

JerseyJenn said...

Adorable mason jar! Great texture on the basket die cut! Thanks for the chance to win!