Saturday, October 11, 2014

Creepy Cricut Creations Blog Hop


 

Hi Everybody!
Welcome to the Creepy Cricut Creations Blog Hop!

Howling cats, and a big black spider,
Flying bats, some doughnuts and cider,
Smiling pumpkins can be seen;
The time is here for Halloween!

(by Karen McGuigan Brothers)


Some crafty pals and I gathered around our cauldrons.....I mean Cricuts to create some spooky and fun Cricut creations!  This is a one day blog hop and we appreciate your leaving a comment for all of these talented friends who are here sharing their ideas and creations. 


We have some awesome sponsors and giveaways for this hop!











A Brand New Cricut cartridge!!



is sponsoring this awesome set from Pretty Cute Stamps!


 The Scrapbooking Queen is sponsoring with a Royal Prize pack from her store, http://www.royalcastleshoppe.com/!





is offering this adorable stamp set, plus gorgeous Halloween Sequins!



2 spools of May Arts ribbon (Halloween Section), winner's choice!


DD's crafts from http://craftydeb-ddscrafts.blogspot.com/ is sponsoring with a brand new
 "Gingerbread" Cricut cartridge from Cartridges and More!


How do you win? Check it out:

*Just become a follower of each of the amazing blogs in this hop. 
*Leave each of them a comment letting them know what you loved (or were scared of) about their projects.


Please hop and leave your comments by 12 am Monday, October 13th.
COMMENT TIME EXTENDED UNTIL 12 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14th!

Winners will be announced on Tuesday at http://crazyaboutcricut.blogspot.com/.


Be sure to follow everyone and leave a comment along the way!


Now, prepare to be spooked!

*Cricut - 3D Skull
*Close To My Heart - Daisy White Cardstock, Desert Sand ink
*Dollar Tree - Flameless Candle



*I have wanted to make this skull for so long!  It's easier than it looks to put together.  
Just make sure to check out the assembly instructions HERE.


*I took a red crayon, and my heat gun to create the "blood".



*The flameless candle really gives this spooky skull the perfect touch!  Check it out...........


*I absolutely LOVE the things we can create with paper!

I hope you were scared enjoyed my project!  Up next is the amazing

Karla!!


If you get lost, or need to stop along the way, you can find the complete lineup 
below:





45 comments:

  1. This was AWESOME! The the idea of dripping a crayon! And I love what we can make with paper as well!

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  2. The blood is genius! Looks like a lot of fun to make. Thanks for sharing the directions!

    Evelyn

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  3. awesome project! I love the blood! what a fantastic idea!!! thanks for hosting this hop!

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  4. yes, amazing what can be done with paper. Love the idea with the blood. great project.

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  5. Spooky cute and Totally fun!!!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    *Crafting With Creative M*

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  6. So Spooky!!!!!! Love your 3D Skull and It looks so cool when the lights are off. Thanks for this Spooky Fun Hop. :0)

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  7. How cute! I love that it lights up! Thanks for putting together such an awesome hop!!!! :)

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  8. I love it! The red crayon melted is genius! Wonderfully spooky - and the skull lit up is awesome!

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  9. Love your 3d skull especially when it's lit up. Thanks for organizing this hop.

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  10. That's awesome! And looks great lit up!!

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  11. I have been wanting to make this also now I am going to . hugs

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  12. I love it. I don't know how I missed this. I'm going to find it and make one this week. Thanks so much for organizing this hop.

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  13. Your skull is amazing. I LOVE how you created the blood with melted crayons. Thanks for sharing.
    Thanks to all the WONDERFUL sponsors.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    DesignsbyDragonfly.blogspot

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  14. Whoa! Your project is very impressive!
    Beth
    Beth's Beauties

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  15. Yup, paper crafting is pretty amazing and your skull looks pretty koooooooooool
    Love hoping with you!

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  16. That is freaking spooktacular. Love it.
    TTFN
    Debby

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  17. thats an awesome skull.. love it when it is lit up :)

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  18. wow Jenny this is so creepy cute looking thanks again my friend for having me in your blog hop today
    Hugs
    Debbie

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  19. Oh my goodness how cool, I love when it is lit up in the dark. I am a follower here ;) evascrapslife@gmail.com

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  20. Now that's what I call creepy! I love the melted crayon idea and the illumination from the candle is awesome!

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  21. That's creepy! Thanks for sharing!!

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  22. Very creepy! It definitely scares me!

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  23. Your skull looks great in the dark!

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  24. Yikes! Once you added that flameless candle, the spooky factor tripled!! What a great project!

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  25. Love the skull the melted crayon as blood is a great touch. Great project

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  26. So cute - love the skull.
    isoscia at aol dot com

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  27. LOVE the skull! What a neat idea to melt the red crayon as blood.

    ~Ashley W
    proudusmcwife@gmail.com
    http://marinewifesscrappinlife.blogspot.com

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  28. Thanks for all the amazing inspiration on this hop. (BL)

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  29. Love the projects! I am so nspired to get started creating?

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  30. Love these projects, you are making me want to get back in the mood of crafting!

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  31. Wahoo!!! I loved your spooky skeleton!!! I love that the crayons were the blood. Did you know That I love skulls??? This is a must try for me!!! Loves-Scrappin Madge BL

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  32. Super spooky Halloween decor! It would be perfect for the trick or treaters! I can see me hiding it in the vines in front of my porch.....

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  33. Oh wow! I can't believe how spooky that skull looks when it's lit up! Such a super cute project! (BL)

    Amy E.
    Scrapthissavethat.com

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  34. Love anything halloween especially the bonehead :)

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  35. Jenny These are amazing! Thanks for sharing!

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