Monday, October 4, 2010

And the Winner is....

Heather Feather 
She said...
I love this banner it would look so great in my store :)
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Congratulations Heather Feather! 
I will get in touch with you so you can look out for your Trick -or- Treat Surprise!
I want to thank everyone for all the wonderful comments, they made my projects feel so loved.
I can't wait until my next blog hop!
I also have been dying to share some projects that I made this weekend for a baby shower. Here it is!
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Have a great Fall!

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Last Day of the Halloween Blog Hop

Sorry, I am posting a little late. I was so tired yesterday after running around with Olivia. I passed out around 9:00. 

I've had a lot of fun doing this Blog Hop. There were so many projects I wanted to do, but never had enough time. 
I found these really cute tin pails at the Dollar Spot at Target and knew I could come up with something.  I love tin pails, you can do so much with them. I used my Mini-Monsters cartridge to cut out Frankenstein and The Witch's Hat. I added a white shadow to both images. I love the ribbon too. 
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I wanted to make one more project using a bat. I absolutely love bats. They are fascinating animals.  The only cartridge that I had that had a cute bat was Dress Up Paper Dolls. In the inside I'm going to put "I'm Batty ForYou!"
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I hope you enjoyed all my Halloween projects. Be sure to stop by once in a while to see all the other creations I make. 

Check back tomorrow for the winner of the Blog Candy!


Saturday, October 2, 2010

Day Two

Thanks for all the wonderful comments.What a beautiful day it was yesterday on the first day of October. I love Fall! I had the day off yesterday. I got to craft all day. I  managed to get a banner done while trying to keep my two year old busy. I love making banners, they always add so much to any holiday or celebration. I used the Country Life cartridge for the banner background. For the Trick or Treat letters, I used SCAL and a font called Hurry Up. I really love the way it turned out. I might add some more little details later on if  Little Miss Sassy will let me.

Be sure to tune in tomorrow for the final day of the Blog Hop. I will post the winner of my Trick-or-Treat blog candy on Monday. Remember you must become a follower and leave a comment to qualify for the drawing.

Thanks for participating in our Halloween Blog Hop. 
Here is the complete blog hop line up so you won't get lost: