Saturday, September 18, 2010

Welcome to the Halloween Hop!

Hi Everybody!

Halloween is my absolute favorite holiday and I every year I get so excited to decorate, get dressed up, and let's not forget the candy.....oh, all that delicious candy.....mmmmmmm :)  Ok, sorry, I have a bit of a sweet tooth :P  My kids love Halloween just as much as I do, which makes celebrating Halloween all that much better!  And I know in the future that they will have good Halloween memories. 

I'm SO EXCITED to be hosting my first blog hop.  Thank you so much to the 9 other super talented ladies who agreed to do this hop with me! After you check out my ghoulish graves project, be sure to please become a follower, and leave a comment to be entered to win Gypsy Magic, the new DVD by Emma at My Creative Time.  Emma's DVD is really,really awsome and has some of the cutest projects ever!  She's also offering free shipping for a limited time.  The prize pack also includeds 2 embossing folders, the A2 size Disney Tricks and Treats Die/Emboss Combo, and A2 size Disney Halloween Die/Emboss Combo.    Now that's some candy!!



Ok, now on to the projects :)  For my first project, I made some grave stones to decorate your porch (for example) or somewhere outside.  Here's the recipe:

*All cuts made with the Happy Hauntings cartridge
*All graves were cut @ 17 1/4"
*Frankie title cut @ 16 1/2"
*M.T title and Willie cut @ 17"
*12 x 24 paper = Provo Craft, and K & Co
*Glo Away Glow in the Dark Gel by Plaid
*bling
*Stickles



I taped some dowels on the back, and just stuck them into the ground. I also taped posterboard to the back to make them more stable, and since it's on the back you can't see it. 




I painted glow-in-the-dark paint on the letters, so they would give off an eeeeery glow at night! I was so bummed that I couldn't get this to show in a picture 'cause it looks so cool!









The raven is part of the base layer, so it was cut out on the patterned paper.  I layed it out on my gypsy so that it only cut out the raven, then attached it to the base layer.  I also taped a thin stick behind the raven to give him more stability.





For my second project, I made one of the skulls from the Rock Princess cartridge.  I really loved these skulls, because they didn't look like the traditional skulls.  I made this on the "baby bug".  So many of us have the Expression, and I want owners of the original Cricut to know that they can make these kinds of projects too.  I used my Gypsy, and I think the Gypsy goes fantastic with the little bug.  It really let's you get your cuts as big as possible, and get the most out of your paper.  Here's the recipe:

*Rock Princess cartridge
*skull cut @ 5 1/2"
*paper = Martha Stewart, DCWV
*Stickles
*bling


I didn't intend for this to go outside, but when I put the graves outside, the skull looked like it fit right in!  I decided to use Stickles instead of cutting out the layers.  You could make a bunch of these and make a creepy hanging creation, or just stick them up on your wall.


There you go, I hope you liked my projects!!  Don't forget, to be entered for the awsome blog candy:

  1. Become a follower (hopefully you already want to!)

  2. Leave a comment!

  3. Continue on the hop  :)
Now head on over to Craft Junkie Too to see what she has to spook inspire you with!  There is even more tricks (maybe) and definitely some treats along the hop, so don't forget to become a follower, and leave comments!  If you get lost along the way, just head back here and follow the bloody hop trail:


237 comments:

  1. Spooky project! Fangtastic.... love hopping along!

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  2. THE TOMBSTONES ARE SUPER CUTE. GREAT IDEA! THANKS FOR SHARING. LOVE THE PROJECT.

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  3. What a cute Idea, I too like halloween and this is an inexpensive way to decorate the yard for the kids. Awesom

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  4. SOOOO glad I stopped by today. I love what all of the hop participants came up with. SUPER awesome.
    Hugs,
    Raven
    thatsmerb at gmail dot com

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  5. What a great way to decorate for Halloween! I love the grave stones and need to get some 12x24 paper to make some of our own :)

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  6. Great idea!! I am going to have to make some of these!! Love the blog and the music is soo spooky lol!! The blog hop was great, I really enjoyed all the great projects that everyone made!! Thanks for the great giveaway!!

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  7. love your grave stones they came out really cute, and your music today is pretty cool, love all the projects today thanks for doing this hop I have learned so much from all of you today I couldn't see your things first so hopped around and came back to you, you did a awesome job putting all this together thanks for inviting me debbie @http://craftydeb-ddscrafts.blogspot.com/

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  8. Great project! I love Halloween too and is such a cost effective way to decorate!

    craftylizard@gmail.com

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  9. Love the tombstones. Thanks for sharing, and for hosting the blog hop.

    vwilson577 @ yahoo. com

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  10. REALLY cute project! Thanks so much for sharing! Had a great, inspiring time on your blog hop!

    vcampbell22@earthlink.net

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  11. Tombstones are my kids favorites for decoration. They are addicted to the Haunted Mansion's at Disney

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  12. I love the gravestones, great idea. I gotta tell you, though, whilst I was reading this post, in the background a screeching cat "screeched" and my two kittens (not even a year old yet) both jumped up and looked around! I started laughing! Thanks for sharing and I would just LOVE to win the blog candy! Kelly (kelly.schaefer@ymail.com)

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  13. The tombstones are great!! They look awesome and I love the Frank N. Stein that was so funny!! The background of your blog is super cool!!
    Take Care
    Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/

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  14. These are amazing... It think I know what I will be doing next weekend... I love your projects...

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  15. Oh my goodness, these headstones are fabulous. I just love to decorate for Halloween. I can't wait to go throught the rest of the hop.

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  16. This is absolutely WONDERFUL! Love it! Spooky! Eerie! I'm on to the next stop along the hop! :) Janis northrose@slowar.com

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  17. Love the tombstone idea! SO cute! I finished the hop and it was Fun-tabulous! Thanks for a great hop!

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  18. very cute girl. LOVE that you used glow in the dark! great idea. spooky but adorable!!!

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  19. Spooky!...great job on the grave stones..Thanks for hosting a fun hop..I did my first one today a Fall Hop..Seen there was a Halloween blog hop and had to check it out..thanks for sharing..
    slynne1 at gmail dot com

    hugs, sheena

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  20. Wow, your tombstones are amazing.. thank you for sharing.

    rjpldion@hughes.net

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  21. BOO !! so much fun, I love those tombstones..great ideas. love the glow in the dark

    shelley

    lostnwa98 at verizon dot net

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  22. What a great idea! I love Happy Hauntings :)


    Kristin @ The Crafty Kitchen

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  23. love your gravestones. very spooky. thanks for sharing!

    Great blog candy too!

    Liz
    whichcraft@me.com

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  24. Too Much Fun, Yay!! I have both of these carts, going to get started on these when my daughter comes to visit with her friends.
    Thanks. Great Candy!!!

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  25. Your humor comes through this project! I loved the gravestone idea and your whole blog has so many great ideas. These are treasures. Thanks for hosting the hop!!

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  26. Great job on the tombstones. Love the idea.

    Burffrau @ aol dot com

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  27. How great are these?! Fun ideas

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  28. This is my first hop, love it and the ideas!!!thanks

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  29. Oh my gosh......your tombstones are SPOOKTACULAR!!!!!!!!!!!!! What a genious idea. I will be pulling out my 12 X 24 mat to make these for sure!!!!!!!! Thanks for the blog hop. Off to the next scary destination!!!

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  30. What an awesome idea Jenny! THanks for being such a great blog hop hostess! :)
    http://www.pinkcricut.com

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  31. Great Ideas. I love halloween and you have inspired me to get some halloween creativity going.

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  32. spooky idea!!! thanks for sharing!!

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  33. Thanks for sharing, I love it. I need to get these carts, and you have inspired on how to use them. Thanks for hosting the hop.

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  34. I love decorating for Halloween and do most of it myself . Great projects and thanks for the inspiration !!! Martha C.

    mcaballerobrito@hotmail.com

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  35. Great projects! I love Halloween too! Thanks for sharing and thanks for the giveaway! I can't wait to keep hopping!

    xloshellolx@yahoo.com

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  36. WOW great project. I love happy hauntings cart

    aecopenhaver at gmail dot com

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  37. ewe haunting images, lol. Thanks for the fun.

    mcwooten1999@carolina.rr.com
    grandma chris

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  38. Great projects for Halloween! I'm already a follower on your blog!!! ;)

    Mahalo,

    Michelle - 808Creator.blogspot.com
    mich.galvez@gmail.com

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  39. LOVE THIS IDEA...thnnks!@!
    msperry1008@yahoo.com

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  40. Wow, you really get into the decorations. Loving everything I see on your blog. Thanks for the inspiration. Happy to be a follower now. THanks papermemories4u(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  41. TOTALLY Love your projects!!! I'm now a follower and can't wait to see what else you do.

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  42. Tombstones are fabulously spooky! Great projects!
    Thanks, Christy

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  43. Awesome, great way to start off the blog.. I need to get the larger mat and do large cuts with my cricut.. I also sooo need that cart.. Just can't seem to find it at a good price :-)

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  44. That is such a great idea!!! I wish there was a way to make them water proof.

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  45. Really cute ideas. love the tombstones

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  46. Cool Headstones! I might have to make some for my front yard!

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  48. How cute! I love the skull, my girls would have a blast making these. Thanks for sharing your ideas.
    Bonnie @
    ascrapabove.blogspot.com

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  49. OMG! Such talent! I am at a loss for words and this never happens! Amazing!

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  50. LOVE your projects...SPOOKTACULAR! Will have to adorn the graveyard with your Inspiration!
    Thank-BOO!
    cooktoy1@aol.com

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  51. You did a fabulous job... Good work

    jennlbrown1977@yahoo.com

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  52. Love the project. I love Halloween and just fall in general. Thanks for the giveaway,.

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  53. Great tombstones, I love them. I'm already a follower. Thanks for the fun Hop! Hope I see during mine:o) TFS
    nicole.jeep@gmail.com

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  54. great project. i would love to make these. Happy spooky day.

    maureen

    mo_sala@pacbell.net
    moknowsallcrafts.blogspot.com

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  55. Wonderful ideas.
    plweir@satx.rr.com

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  56. love the spooky music thanks for the great projects

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  57. Now that was something I have not seen done by anyone else, loved it, you did an excellent job, thanks for sharing, just love this blog hop!

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  58. Super cool ideas. Wish I was coming to your house for Halloween. Thanks for sharing.
    Penny Sy

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  59. What fun projects !!!I like the glow in the dark paints! So super cute!
    Debbie
    niteowlis at clear dot net

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  60. your music is to die for (ha) great project.
    jman4@comcast.net

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  61. Love your tombstones!! I really need to get the Happy Hauntings cartridge. Thanks for sharing and for a chance to win!

    Elisha
    elishacarter at msn dot com

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  62. LOVE those!!!!! I just got my first cricut, an expression. I would never have thought to do something like that!!! I am going to follow!! Thanks for the ideas and fun!

    Wendy C.
    chloecsmom@gmail.com

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  63. wonderful project!! love the tombstones and the skeleton head! Thanks

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  64. The tombstones are AWESOME!! Thanks for inspiring me! LOL

    :))

    almabrooks86@yahoo.com

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  65. Great Idea !!!! Love your holloween project.
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    PATTY
    dreamcards@hotmail.com

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  66. As my Granddaughter would say that is spooky: boooooo, I like it! A very bootiful idea, Thanks for sharing!
    I have never been on spooktacular blog hop fun! Music is great, puts you in a tricky treat mood!
    suella11@yahoo.com

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  67. Love the pumpkin background and spooky music. You did a great job on your tombstones and skull.

    Kristin

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  68. Love the tombstones! Awesome Halloween decorations. Am a follower. Thanks for the fun blog hop.

    Mandy
    mjbaker@earthlink.net

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  69. What a great project. I LOVE Halloween ... thanks for the hop and the inspiration!

    eiyiyi@bellsouth.net

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  70. I love your tombstombs! I'll have to make some myself! Thanks for the great ideas!

    spunkycrayon at yahoo dot com

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  71. Great idea... love the tombstones! Thanks for sharing and thanks for the hop!

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  72. I love these tombstones --- will defintely make them with magnetic backing for my front door!!! Fabulous!!! Thanks sew much for the hop!!!

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  73. I really liked the "Willy Rot" tombstone as my last name is Wille! How cute are these!?

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  74. Jenny - what fun!!! I love your project, I love making yard stakes, so I may be making some for Halloween NOW for my front yard:) What a great hop, thanks for hosting!!!

    ~abbie over at cricut me that

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  75. Such fun halloween decorations! Thanks for sharing...I've become a follower!

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  76. Love your tombstones, so cute

    debs31totes at gmail dot com

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  77. SPOOK-tacular fun! Love your tombstones! Keep sharing all your great ideas!

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  78. I just found your blog hop and boy am I glad I did! I LOVE Halloween! Thanks for the great ideas, the hop and I cannot wait to finish the hop and come back to look around at your site some more! You have a new follower!! :)

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  79. I love this idea. Halloween is my favorite day of the year. This is a fun hop!

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  80. I love this. This would look great on my porch also. Thanks I have never been to your site before. I am going to have to look at your older pages.

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  81. How creepy!!! Great job! Congrats on your 1st hop!
    Desaucier at bell south dot net

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  82. These are FABULOUS my friend!! WOW, GREAT idea & I just LOVE it!!
    Big Gypsy hugs,
    Emma;)

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  83. Those tombstones are great! Halloween is my favorite holiday too and you've given me some new ideas for decorating...thanks!

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  84. Soooo cute! Thanks for the great ideas! Love them.

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  85. omg those are so cute great idea vicky

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  86. What a great site! Thanks for the projects and Happy Haunting and Blogging!
    mtmcbroom at gmail dot com

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  87. I just love Halloween...and this is why! The grave stones are great...so fun! "Willy Rot"...hee hee hee! TFS

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  88. LOVE the skeleton head that you created! I teach Spanish and it reminds me of the skulls used for Dia de los Muertos...now I'm wondering if I should pick up Rock Princess to make my own! Thanks for sharing!

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  89. Wow! What a spooky project! I have the 24" mats, but have never used them. I would never have thought to make headstones for Halloween decorations.

    Thanks for the inspiration!
    ~ JD ~

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  90. These are awesome!! Happy halloween!!

    Lauren
    lechristina3 at gmail dot com

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  91. wow what a great idea.. love it..
    juicycreations808@gmail.com

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  92. Too cute! LOVE, LOVE them all!

    http://christysscrappin.blogspot.com/

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  93. What a great way to decorate - LOVE IT!

    Deanne G
    dgutierez1@msn.com

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  94. what an awesome job !! makes me wanna start halloween projects but i have a custome order i must finish : (

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  95. Great projects! The tombtones are so cute. I live in a condo but I could make some for my patio. TFS!

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  96. These are great! It's so fun for Halloween.
    www.dawnicakorner.blogspot.com

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  97. Super Cute! Love this idea! Thanks for hosting this blog hop how Fun I love HopS :)

    Micia

    yellowbirdcreation@gmail.com

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  98. What a SPOOKY idea. Love it! I need to get some 12'24 paper but I cant find any at my local store :(

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  99. These tombstones are great. They would be fun inside a house as a decoration too (as well as outside. Thank you for doing projects on the baby bug, I have yet to step up for the E, but I don't have a gypsy yet either, it is still nice to see that things can be done on the smaller machine. Thanks for the great blog hop & for the chance to win.

    craftsrgr8@yahoo.com

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  100. I love the tombstones, great decorating idea! Thanks for the hop, I'm sure I will get some great ideas-kandrewsny@yahoo.com

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  101. Thanks so much for having this hop!! We've enjoyed it soooo much! Your tombstones turned out awesome!! And the RP Skull is really neat. Just got that cart and am excited to check it out!! :)

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  102. This is the cutest, I mean spookiest, blog hop ever. I love your tombstones. They are just perfect. What a great idea. I'm a new follower. Would love to win.So glad I learned about this hop fron CJToo.
    stuff@gt.rrcom

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  103. Love your blog. Thanks for the chance to win!
    Minta

    mintab@gmail.com
    http://mintascreations.blogspot.com/

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  104. Great idea... thanks for sharing and hosting this hop!

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  105. OMG - so many cute cards, ideas and the music! Thank you to all of you for the inspiration!

    LaurieJane

    dforbes2 at nc dot rr dot com

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  106. Love the project. Thanks for sharing:)

    Kris

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  107. I have been dying to get home from work today so I could tour your blog hop. What a great start. TFS
    mommakcrafts.blogspot.com

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  108. I love the play on words with your tombstones! Thanks for sharing and for the opportunity to win.
    Veronica
    vballen@comcast.net

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  109. Great Halloween decorations! Thanks for the chance to win!
    ra6352 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  110. love the decorations and looks easy to make

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  111. Very cute idea.....Thank you so much for sharing....Thank you for the giveaway!!! Brandy
    Penbrandy at msn dot com

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  112. What a simple yet STUNNING project!! I love the Willy Rot! Thanks for sharing such wonderful ideas.

    slotr04 at yahoo dot com

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  113. Love the decorations! Such a great idea!

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  114. This is my first real blog hop and I'm really enjoying it! Loved the decorations--great ideas! Loved the music, too!

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  115. Such cute projects!!! These make great decorations.

    amandaremus at gmail dot com

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  116. Great decorations! Your blog is looking spooktacular for the hop!

    Emily (coolcricutcreations at yahoo dot com)

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  117. Great projects! Thanks for sharing!

    krissaxt at yahoo dot com

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  118. Such cute projects!!! I love Halloween and would love to have these in my yard!!! TFS! :)

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  119. Awesome project! Sorry I missed out on this hop but you are doing an awesome job! hopping off to the next blog...

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  120. WOW - I LOVE THIS PROJECT!! TFS Going to make some for my yard and impress the heck out of my mom and hubby! lol

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  121. LOVE this project!!! Will have to show my mom for sure:) Already a follower of course!! TFS your cool ideas as usual.
    ~Madison www.funkycards.blogspot.com

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  122. OH WOW!!! I LOVE THESE!! Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. The tomb stones would make great invitation or even place cards. Thanks for the GREAT IDEAS! Can't wait to see what to Hop over and see whats next!

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  123. Love the tombstones!!! i might have to make those for my sons b-day ( its on halloween)

    connellebreske@yahoo.com

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  124. Halloween project. I can't wait to see all the projects in this hop. Great idea with the skull.

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  125. Just got this cartridge last night but have not had time to use it yet as I have been at Scrapfest all weekend and 1 more day to go!

    Thank you for the inspiration!
    Cricut Matriarch
    cricutmatriarch@yahoo.com
    cricutmatriarch.blogspot.com

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  126. Awesome! Love all of your Halloween projects!Been a follower for a while. TFS!!!

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  127. I LOVE your creations!!!!!! They are so cute and very creative!

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  128. How much fun is this? What neat ideas.

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  129. Great projects! I love the tombstones! Thanks for hostessing a spooky hop!

    kmgillon at yahoo dot com

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  130. VERY COOL projects! Am gonna have to try cutting some out for my porch!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Lori
    thepaisleyturtle.blogspot.com

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  131. your are one buzy person today glad to check out your blog hop it amazing the scary tomb stone you did...
    The Scrapbooking Queen

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  132. Love your projects!! Thanks for reminding me that you can do sooooo much more with the Cricut!!

    tammyd0228atmsndotcom

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  133. Cute project. Looks like fun. Great job.
    Thank youl

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  134. I love the tombstones and would love to do them although I probably would need to laminate them because we have a lot of rain.
    I am a follower here and on facebook.

    Katsews at Gmail dot com

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  135. The tombstones and the skull are great. I love the super spooky music. Way cool (as my daughters would say!!)

    durham dot j at shaw dot ca

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  136. What adorable projects, your children must be the envy of the neighborhood kids. Awesome giveaways.

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  137. What fun projects! Awesome ideas! I love your tombstones!

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  138. Spooktacular project...I'm off to the next hop.

    p.s.
    I am now a follower! :-)

    Traci~
    (NurseTraciScrapper@gmail.com)

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  140. Great projects! I'm glad I found your blog, love it :)

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  141. Real spooky projects. The background sounds are great. I bet your home is decorated fantastic at Halloween. *BJ* from the Cricut MB

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  142. Super cute idea. Love the blog hop

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  143. awesome project.

    http://ikolinda-scrappinmomma.blogspot.com

    iko dot linda at yahoo dot com

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  144. So cute , I love it ~ I didn't realize my speakers were on , I heard the cat and was looking around to where it may have come from. Love the music :)

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  145. Great tombstones - and the skull is fantastic!

    Jenny Kozar

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  146. great hop~ lots of wonderful ideas, really puts me in the halloween mood thank you

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  147. Great idea. I need to invest in a 12x24 mat. These would be cute in a dorm room.

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  148. I love all your ideas.
    michellebrooks2001 at yahoo dot com

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  149. My kids are dying for me to make these tomb stones! :)

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  150. They are fab!
    what a great spin on skull.
    Love it!
    Thanks for sharing,

    mybeehunny@yahoo.com

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  151. Amazing is all I can say! I just LOVE those gravestones! They look like something you would pay BIG $ for in a store (but yours look WAY better than you could EVER find in a store...hehe). Thanks for putting this fabulous blog hop together. Big scrappy hugs, Kimmy

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  152. Your project is fantastic and so is your blog. Thank you for sharing. Disneynut4life22@yahoo.com

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  153. I love the spooky halloween feel of it all!

    Tricia
    stbyrne@sbcglobal.net

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  154. OMG! I would have never thought of doing this! Thank you so much for sharing! It is great!
    jenniferreavis@sbcglobal.net

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  155. How wonderful! I am so glad that I am doing the blog hop and also am following you. Thanks for the fun!

    Happy Scrappin'

    Sue

    http://susanascorner.blogspot.com/

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  156. I really enjoyed seeing your project and discovering your blog...and I'm following now. Yay! Thanks for organizng a really fun blog hop!

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  157. Love the headstones & what great blog candy. Thank you for sharing.
    Tricia

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  158. Cute projects, I can see my hubby doing the yard full of these when I get them made, his favorite time of year is halloween to.
    angel hugs
    Debby

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  159. Cute Project. Thanks for sharing :)

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  160. great project! thanks for the hop!

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  161. hey love the proyects will ha fun traying to meke somo

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  162. Way to cute/spooky!!! Great Halloween project. Thank you for sharing with us.

    Love your blog and the music is perfect.

    Kathryn

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  163. Uga Booga! Congrats on your first blog hop! This project is so Holloween. Music is awesome.

    Jess B.
    thatzuneek@gmail.com

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  164. Awesome headstones!! These would look so cute heading up my stairs!!

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  165. Great idea

    Michelle dot Watson82 at gmail dot com

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  166. Thanks for hosting this hop. These are so much fun! Gravestones are a great idea! TFS!
    kruzr87@yahoo.com

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  167. What a cute idea. Thanks for sharing

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  168. I love the ideas, thanks for the hop, it's fun!

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  169. Just a little too spooky for me. That mask is really scary!!!! Great job!

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  170. wow!finally getting a chance to sit down and do the blog. Thank you for hosting!

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  171. what a fab idea for an inexpensive decoration even if a ghoul spirited one away, no real money lost just some creative time. tfs!!! and hosting!

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  172. Not sure if I an too late, but I am here. Great blog and terrific hop.

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  173. What great Halloween decorations!!

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  174. What a spooky idea! love the skull! I'm now a follower :)

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  175. I love your grave! I always decorate for Halloween too. It's my favorite time - of course it's my birthday too.

    Thanks for the blog-hop.

    Sue
    rolfe974@prodigy.net

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  176. Awesome Projects! Love it! I never woulda thought to do anything like that!

    Stacey
    staceyscreativecorner.blogspot.com

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  177. Great projects, wouldn't have thought of tombstones. Thanks,
    Kathy
    CastleKat360@aol.com

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  178. I love your designd and your blog is great. Happy Halloween.

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  179. This project is awesome! The GK's would love it. Thanks

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  180. Great project! my bf an I were talking about this idea for halloween!!

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  181. Spookatular project. Thanks for sharing.

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  182. Great idea. Great project. TFS. Am already a follower.

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  183. Very cool! Last year my boys were bugging me to make some toomb stones for the yard! I am glad we still have time to make them this year. thank you!

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  184. super cute idea
    ~lori
    gallionlori at gmail dot com

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  185. I am def gonna have to scrap-lift this idea! Very cute... I became a follower...

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