Thursday, October 15, 2015

Stampin Friends October Blog Hop





Hi Stampers!

Welcome to the Stampin Friends October Scavenger Blog Hop!!! The theme for October is, of course.....Halloween. This month's Blog Hop has a little twist. We are having a Scavenger Hunt and there is blog candy being given away!!!!.....Yes, Free Products!!! Read further to see how you can win some free products!

Let's get started....First, if you have arrived from Cindy's Blog thank you so much for stopping by! Didn't you just love her ideas. If this is your first stop, enjoy your stay and you can navigate through the Blog Hop simply by clicking the "Previous" and "Next" Buttons.

This month we have two very Special Guest Hoppers! Please be sure to check out their blogs. Below are the links to their blogs:





Cindy Waldroff



Today's Blog Hop, I am privileged to share with you two Halloween Projects. 






The first project is my Howl - 0 - ween card. For this card I used Stampin' Up!'s Howl - o - ween Treat Stamp Set and had the little pumpkin cut out using the coordinating Framelits, Boo To You (The great thing about this stamp set and framelit is that when purchased together as a bundle , you save 15%). I paired this up with the Happy Haunting Designer Series Paper and added the Spider Web Doily to accessorize the card.  The full list of items used will be listed at the bottom of this post.







The second project I get to share with you is this Halloween Treat Holder using Tangelo Twist card stock, Happy Haunting Designer Series Paper and A Little Something Stamp Set. It holds quite a bit of snack size chocolates.  I made several of these to give the girls at the office for Halloween. The cutting and scoring template will be listed below.







On the long side, score at 1/2", 2-1/2", 4-1/2", & 6-1/2".
On the short side, score at 1-1/2" & 5-1/2".
Cut on the dotted lines.










To make the opening of the treat holder, I used second smallest oval from the Oval's Framelits and ran it through the Big Shot to create the opening to hold the candy treats.







I really hope you are enjoying your hop and liked my projects. 


Now, before you leave let's get you started on the Scavenger Hunt! There are 13 talented design team members. Somewhere on each team member's blog post, we have stated a favorite stamp set. Read on to see how you can participate in the Scavenger Hunt. 

Here's hot it works:
  1. Hop around to all of our wonderful design team blogs (the list of hoppers are listed below)
  2. Check out everyone's creative ideas
  3. Leave a comment on each design team member's blog post.
  4. Find their favorite stamp set of each team member
  5. Email your completed list of design team member along with their favorite stamp set to happystamper508@gmail.com by midnight on Sunday.

If you do these few things, you will be entered into a drawing to win a $25 gift certificate good towards Stampin' Up! products.

As a bonus, by leaving a comment on my blog, you will be entered into a separate drawing to win your choice of Stampin' Up!'s Designer Series Paper from Stampin' Up!'s Annual or Holiday Catalog. Comments must be left by midnight, Sunday, October 18th. 


My favorite stamp set is from Stampin' Up!'s Holiday Catalog is Happy Scenes.


Thank you for joining us and hopping along. Hope you enjoyed my projects! Now, it's time to head on over to Andrea's Blog and see what awesome projects she's created. Happy Hopping!!!




                                                     





Blog Hop Participants:

Kathie Rotti

Mandy Reedyk

Raquelle Clifton

Deana Benson

Cheryl Piotrowski

Kirsteen Gill

Maria Willis

Elizabeth Jeanne Thatcher

Tina Riddle

Lisa Altman

Cindy Waldroff

Siara Acdal You are here

Andrea Pancrazio



Here is the list of supplies used to create these projects:





38 comments :

  1. Thanks for sharing how you made the treat holder! Very creative!

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  2. Can you please share the measurements for the score lines? Love your treat holder.

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    1. Thank You!....I've added the score instructions in my post. Thanks for asking...I actually thought I did post the score measurements :)

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  3. I never thought of using the hand sanitizer box to hold treats! Thanks.

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  4. Super cute card and treat box! What a wonderful gift that would make! :)

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  5. Great card and treat box, thanks for the tutorial! I'm sure your co-workers loved getting a pretty treat like this! I'm a new follower of your blog :)

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    1. Thank you!!!...I hope that they do :)......Welcome to my blog and thank you for leaving a comment and for following!!

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  6. I think I am going to try the treat holder box. Thank you for showing us.
    Lovely creations!

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    1. Thank you!....Very easy and fun to make. Have fun with it!!!

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  7. Very cute card & treat holder!

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  8. Love the Halloween treat holder and thanks for the directions!

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  9. Love the treat holder! Great idea to use for my office peeps!

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  10. Thanks for the details!! Love your card and project. Kathie Rotti

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  11. You always do such stunning work! I love your fun card and treat holder!

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  12. What fun projects! I really like that treat holder and might just need to make one for my office! Thanks for the directions!
    -Maria

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  13. Fabulous card and treat box!! Thanks for sharing your tutorial!! :)

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  14. Both of these are so stinkin cute !

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  15. What cute projects! Love the Spider Web Doily on your Card ~ that always dresses up things. What an adorable Halloween Treat Box! Thank you so much for the pictured tutorial on how you made it too! That is totally awesome! It looks like it would be pretty easy to make so I may have to give it a try. Thanks for sharing your fabulous creative ideas with us.

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    1. Thank you!!....I hope the tutorial helped and inspire others. It's really easy to make and hope you have fun with it!

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  16. Cute card, and love the treat holder!! Thanks for sharing the dimensions, I may need to try one, or two, or..... :)

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    1. Thank you!....It's so easy and quick to make....have fun with it :) !!

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  17. Thanks for the tutorial, I love what you've done!

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  18. Cute treat holder. Thanks for the directions.

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  19. I just love the use of the pattern paper! Love the treat holder!

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  20. what adorably spooky projects!

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