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The banner is made by punching each patterned paper circle with Kreaxions punch 915 and then adhering down to a cardstock circle of the same size. The top row of circles is smaller than the bottom row. The papers are from last year's DCWV autumn stack, and the alphas are Cosmo Cricket .
Sunday, November 7, 2010
It's being featured today on the Crop Chocolate Crop!
Have a great day,
Thursday, November 4, 2010
Monday, November 1, 2010
And the most harrowing moment of the evening (don't worry, like all good fairy tales, it all turned out in the end and they lived happily ever after.)
Have a great day!
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Thanks for stopping by!
Monday, October 25, 2010
The Kreaxions punch winner is #26:
Love how you backed the punched paper with the orange-it really makes it pop!
October 23, 2010 5:38 PM
And the blog follower winner is #14:
Kelly Massman said...
GREAT projects! I'm already following you! :-)
October 23, 2010 12:44 PM
Ladies, I've sent you emails! Please send me your addresses so we can get your prizes out to you!
Have a great Monday,
Saturday, October 23, 2010
I am giving away the Kreaxions punch I used on this project - 918. To be entered in the drawing, please leave me a comment on this blog post by tomorrow, October 24 at 9 pm EST. We'll announce all our prize winners on Monday.
Want another chance to win some scrappy goodness? Become a follower of my blog and post a separate comment telling me you did (or that you already follow), and I'll draw a random winner for a prize pack!
So from here, hop over to Ellen's blog, eat a little candy, and enjoy the hop! Don't forget to comment along the way...and Happy Halloween!
Have a spooky day,
The Fine Print: In order to be eligible for any of the prizes you need to be a resident of the US or Canada (sorry)
Monday, October 18, 2010
We at Simply Scrapping Crafts would like to thank you for making our very first Blog Hop such a smashing success! We had so much fun creating our projects for you and hope that they inspire you to create ones of your own and share them with us!
As you know, we had some prizes "hidden" on certain blogs. Here is our master winners list:
Barb's Boys...prize hidden on Deb's blog
Julie M....prize hidden on Georgia's blog
Lisa (Purple Place) AND Trina...there were 2 prizes hidden on Theresa's blog
Andrea6760...prize hidden on Rona's blog
Helen...prize hidden on Amy's blog
Terry G (T)...prize hidden on Emily's blog
Denise...prize hidden on Clare's blog
Roxann...prize hidden on Pryn's blog
Again, we would like to thank you for your participation and look forward to bringing you many more hops in the future :) Please do not be a stranger and stop back anytime you would like! We would love to have you :)
Sunday, October 17, 2010
Here are your random numbers:27
Timestamp: 2010-10-17 18:22:57 UTC
Barb's Boys said...
That banner is just awesome-love the paper line you used!
October 16, 2010 12:11 PM
Barb's Boys, PM me with your address so I can send you some happy scrappy mail!
Saturday, October 16, 2010
All winners will be announced on Tuesday, October 19, 2010 via the DT blogs and also in the hop room at SSC, which can easily be accessed here . You have until 11:59PM EST tonight, October 16, 2010 to comment for your chance to win. All you need to do is click on each link and leave a comment as you hop along to the end of the list.
Are you ready for a frightfully wicked Haunted Hallow Hop? Let's get to hoppin'!
- Deb <------ You are here!!
All of the sections started out as rectangles. If you cut them all the same size, your garland will stay in proportion. I layered patterned paper, cut just a half and inch smaller in both height and width, over the black carstock. I used patterned paper from a single line (this is actually from a fall -themed paper stack) so that all my colors would work together, but this would also be cool with mixed papers. I used my stash of Martha Stewart ribbon to decorate and string the garland together, and various embellies, including the LYB clears, to finish it.
Decorative scissors add texture to the edges.
Thanks for hopping by! Your next stop is Maureen
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
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We also went to see the Mayflower II. That's Jeff on the ladder!
Gabi and Noah were enlisted by one of the actors the empty the chamber pots onboard (they had water in them...I think). Apparently this used to be the responsibility of the youngest child in the house, so Noah enthusiatically volunteered.