Saturday, October 8, 2011

So What's new Blog Hop

If came from Karen's blog @ http://www.karenscraftyspot.blogspot.com/, then your in the right spot

This is my very first blog hop and I'm nervous and excited at the same time.  I attended the CKC in San Marcos last month and I did a simple make n take  for $1.


Since Halloween is coming up I thought it would be a cute idea do some for my daughters Kindergarten class.


Items I used was the Expression 2, A Childs Year Cricut cartridge, Stampin Up cellophane bags 1"*8", a pack of pencils, Marvy scallop edge and regular punch, scissors, tape and pop dots, oh and candy of course.

First i put the candy and pencils into their own seperate bags.


Next I cut out the scalloed edge and the straight edge circle withe punches.  I also cut out the orange pumpkin and the black with inthe broom with the childs year cartridge set a 2".

I glued the ribbon and the bags to one side of the scalled punch.



The finished product


On the witch I used a pop dot to give it dimension and on the orange circle i inked the edges in black.  Now I have 12 more of these finishes.  I hope you enjoyed my little project.

I will offering blog candy, sorry no picture available (I just got my car fixed and havent been able to get to the store) but I promise it will be something good.  In order to qualify for my blog candy you, need to a US resident, become a follower of mines, and leave a comment. You have until Sunday October 16th 12:01 AM. 

**Also Leah @ mycraftandchatcafe.blogspot.com  will also be offering blog candy.  You have until October 16th at 12:01 AM.  You need to be a U.S. resident, become a follower of each blog in the hop and leave a comment on all blog posts.

Your next on the blog hop is Lori @ http://www.blogginthecrafts.blogspot.com/

21 comments:

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

What a great little project. The children will love them! TFS

Ms.Mara said...

Very cute....The kids in your daughters class are going to love them!

Thanks for sharing

L.B. said...

These turned out super cute and the class will love them. I might have to copy and try myself!

Simply Sassy Scrapper said...

What fun favors! You did a great job on them!

Hrvatica said...

These are super cute. I'm going to have to scraplift. Thanks for sharing.

Annette said...

So cute! The kiddos will love them!!

Adele said...

Great Project :)
Kids will love you LOL!!
TFS
Hugs
Adele

Diane said...

Perfect Halloween treats, the kids will love them!

Leah said...

Super cute! Now I have to order some of those sleeves from SU! Good thing I'm a demonstrator!
LOL! Great project. TFS

Crafty hugs

Newbie2crafting said...

Very cute!!! The kids will love it!

Dana
Danascraftycorner.blogspot.com

Kim M. said...

Cute idea! I'll bet the kids love them!

Kim Maehrer
kkmaehrer@gmail.com

Melody Lane Designs said...

i have never seen this before. Very Cool!
Thanks for sharing.

Crafty Pink Butterfly said...

These are super cute, I will have to make some for my son.

Mona said...

Very cute Idea! May have to "borrow" this for my office staff!

pattyk said...

Great ideas --thanks

Patricia said...

Crafty, cut and candy! You can't miss, thanks for sharing such a fun project.

craftaholic said...

Very cute project and I am a new follower!! TFS!!


come join me on "me and Mickey's birthday blog hop" on November 19th there is an awesome line up and allot of crafty projects to be seen..not to mention some blog candy to be won!! I have a surprise candy that you won't want to miss!

http://ibecircled.blogspot.com
ilovetonkinese2 at hotmail dot com
Rexann♥

Bunnyfreak said...

Love how the topper looks like a medallion.
http://digipage-blog.everything-digital-scrapbooking.com/

Judy said...

Love this idea -- super duper cute!! I'm wanting to make everything I see:-) I am a new blogger, too, so I am so happy to find all you to follow...
jejaeb (at) cfl (dot) rr (dot) com
scrappinana.blogspot.com

joydee1963 said...

Great projects,I am a new follower,joydee1963 at yahoo dot com

Tracie said...

Pencils are a great idea for those who cant bring candy to school...thanks for the idea its fabulous!

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