Welcome to the Fall/Halloween Blog Hop. If you just came from Denine's blog, Pumpkin and Spice then you are on the right track. If you get lost along the way, please visit our fabulous host Nicolette at Beyond Scrapin' for the complete line up.
I have recently been on a wreath making kick. I made one for halloween and now I have decided to make a fall wreath for this hop.
I bought this grapvine wreath for 40% off at Michaels as well as the berry and gold twigs for .99 cents each. I used 6 each of the twigs and wired them on securely with floral wire. I also used a little hot glue to secure them where needed.
I also found an "H" to use for .99 cents. It was white but I decided to glitz it up just a little with some gold and gold glitter acrylic paints.
Here is my "H" after I blinged it up. I then glued it the wreath with some E6000.
I found some beautiful wired ribbon for 1/2 off to use for my bow and viola....Here's my fall wreath.
Now on to some halloween themed blog candy.
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Patti...WOW! This is great!!! I love these pumpkins!!! I have done them with my son. He loved putting them together. We'll have to make some this year again.
I put all the comments in the order they were received from both days and numbered them. I then used random.org to choose the winner.
Leah I am sending you an email as we speak!! Congratulations!
Since you are all here, I will announce my next Hop coming this weekend. The Fall & Halloween Blog Hop, hosted by the super talented Nicolette from Beyond Scrapin'. I will have more blog candy for this one as well. So I hope to see ya'll then!!
Welcome to Day 2 of the Halloween Trick or Treat Blog Hop. If you just came from Janice's Blog: www.cricutconfessions.com then you are on the right track. If you get lost along the way, please visit our fabulous host Kathryn at www.creationswithkathryn.com for the complete lineup.
My project for today is a super easy paper strip pumpkin. These pumpkins would be a fabulous craft to do with your little ones as well. For this pumpkin I used 12 paper strips (2"x12"). You can get 6 strips from 1 piece of 12x12 cardstock.
I created an svg file of some leaves and vines. I then cut them with my beast...the Lynx. I attached them to the top of the pumpkin along with a ribbon and raffia bow. To download the free leaves/vines for this pumpkin click the following link: PUMPKIN LEAVES
Like I said, these are so super easy to make and look great as home decor.
Now, onto some blog candy....
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Leave a comment along your email addy.
If you didn't stop by yesterday, you can leave a comment on my Day 1 post as well for another chance to win!! Just scroll down to the previous post. When you have finished the hop, come back by and check out my free halloween svg files!!
Welcome to Day 1 of the Halloween Trick or Treat Blog Hop. If you just came from Janice's Blog: www.cricutconfessions.com then you are on the right track. If you get lost along the way, please visit our fabulous host Kathryn at www.creationswithkathryn.com for the complete lineup.
I couldn't wait to get started on my project for this hop. I have been watching some amazingly talented crafters make some fabulous holiday wreaths online, so I decided to make a halloween wreath for our front door. I wanted to do something a little different with this one. I used the materials you see here. All of these items were on sale at Micheals for 40% to 50% off. The price made this wreath even more tempting to work on! The wreath form shown is 12" in diameter. I used about 14 spools of 1" ribbon (3yds ea). The wider the ribbon, the less you have to use.
I cut the ribbon into 6" long strips and began tying them randomly around the wire wreath form.
Next, I painted the letters and glued them to the skeleton so that it looked like he was holding them.
Lastly, I made this decorative bow from this sparkly black ribbon to finish off the look of the wreath.
And here is what it looks like all finished. I love it!! I am thinking about purchasing some battery powered lights to add to it as well.
It did take some time to tie all the ribbon on, but after I finished it, I really love the look of it!! I am thinking of doing one for Christmas as well.
Now, onto some blog candy....
Become a follower and;
Leave a comment with your email addy.
Easy, right?? Hope you liked my project today. Come back tomorrow and leave a comment as well for another chance to win!! When you have finished the hop, come back by and check out my free halloween svg files!!
Don't forget to join us this weekend for the Halloween Trick or Treat Blog Hop. This is a two day hop filled with fabulous Halloween themed projects created by some amazing crafters. This hop is hosted by the wonderfully talented Kathryn from Creations with Kathryn. Hope to see you back here tomorrow!!
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Random.org chose #5
Lisa said...I like the Sweet Caroline digi kit. I liked the vibrant colors perfect for scraping my granddaughters photos.
Congrats to Lisa H.!!
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