What is more fun than a birthday?
Spooktacular projects made by amazing friends!
We are hopping for 2 days sharing 40 Spooktacular projects to celebrate Pam of MzLavr2's Creations turning 40!
If you have arrived from Lori’s blog you are right on track! If you missed the beginning you will want to head over to the Birthday Girl's blog!
Not only are we sharing fun Halloween projects, we have a lot of fabulous goodies for our trick or treaters!
Our Sponsors are:
Jen over at Girl Boy Girl designs is giving a full digital kit to one luck winner!
Please go like and comment on her Facebook page
and let her know you stopped by from
Pam's Spooktacular 40th Birthday hop!
You can find her stuff at http://www.thedigichick.com/shop/Girl-Boy-Girl-Designs/
Pam is on her Creative Team
Scrapbook Stamp Society is handing out 3 digi stamps
to one lucky trick or treater! I know we are all so excited!
Best part is you win digi stamps so there is no shipping!
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Little Scraps of Heaven Designs is
giving one lucky trick or treater their
Ghouls Night Out paper piecing pattern set
(link to this set: http://www.littlescrapsofheavendesigAdd pns.com/item_709/Ghouls-Night-Out.htm)
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Erica's Room is giving one trick or treater a Cricut Cartridge!
There is an overall grand prize sponsored by
Lisa from Scrapping with Lisa Designs.
It is $20 in free Halloween files!
Lisa is asking that you become a follower of each blog along the
hop as well as her design team blog
In order to qualify for the goodies we have listed, please
Comment “Trick or Treat” and let each of us know
what you love the most about our projects on every
blog while trick or treating!
Here is my SpOOkTacUlaR project:
First I made a Birthday/ Halloween card
I used some paper from studio G (available at walmart)
The ribbon goes with the Halloween paper as well.
I used stickers from my local scrapbook store I love these stickers
You can find them for any year
I used the It happened in… and 1972 (the year pam was born) and inside I stuck one that said says Men’s fashion included cuffed or flared bell bottoms. Well I don’t know what could be scarier than that.
Then I made a Halloween treat, I used a blow pop and coffee filters to make this cute little broom, I’ve seen them all over stamping up demonstrators you tube channels and figured these would be good for trick or treaters since I’m not “touching” the candy.
Thank you for checking out my project!
I’m the last stop on this street.
Please be sure to stop back tomorrow for day 2!
Pam Lavertu - http://mzlavr2.blogspot.com/
Jennifer F. - http://wunderscreations.blogspot.com
CallyAnn - http://callyanncraftycreations.blogspot.com/
Pam Lash - http://lovebugcreations3.blogspot.com/
Susanne A.- http://handmade-tear.blogspot.com/
Kris Parsons - http://scrappinbykris.blogspot.com
Miranda - http://www.nanasscrapspot.com/
Wanda (Deezy) - http://www.deezydoesiteezy.blogspot.com/
Tammy B - http://anonymouscricuter.blogspot.ca/
Jennifer w. http://cluelesscrafter-jennifer.blogspot.com/
Nicole Elliott - http://teachdanz.blogspot.com/