Thursday, October 27, 2011

Halloween Blog Hop

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Good morning everyone. Welcome to the Halloween Blog Hop. Kimberli has set up a wonderful blog hop for everyone. So many talented women in one great hop. I finally have my  computer or blogger fixed, not sure which. Well, I hope you arrived here from Renee's blog at I came I saw I created. If you just happened upon the blog hop and would like to start at the beginning you can go to Kimberli's blog at Kimberli's Creations

My project is quick and simple today. So you can still have time to whip them up before the cute trick or treaters come to your house. I'm not a Halloween person, I LOVE fall themes tho. But I really enjoy the trick or treaters that come to our house each year. So these are for the little cowboys, princesses and a few goblins that may show up.
The clear tubes are sold almost every where now. I found them at a LSS and at a craft store. The stamps are inexpensive at Wal Mart.
I used Stazon ink and stamped directly on the clear tube. You have to very careful and rock the stamp very gently.
I added ribbon and a tag. All the tags were punched with Stampin Up punches. I used the same stamp sets to add the images to the tags.
I tried adding the tag in a couple different ways. I added all the ribbon with glue dots. I think I like the tag attached to the side of the lid. I used glue dots to attach the ribbon to back of the tag.

Make sure your a follower and leave a comment if you would like to win the blog candy.


Make sure you go to Lori's blog at Got 2 B Crafting. I'm sure she has something wonderful planned for you too. Here is the whole line up so you don't miss anyone.

Kim @ Kimberli's Creations - http://www.kimberliscreations.blogspot.com/
Chris @ Get Inspired With Chatterscene - http://chatterscene-mom.blogspot.com/
Tracy @ My Scrap Escape - http://myscrapescape.blogspot.com/
Maria @ Creative By Design - http://marlm-creativebydesign.blogspot.com/
Susan @ Cricut & Grasshopper - http://cricutandgrasshopper.blogspot.com/
Renee @ I Came, I Saw, I Created - http://icameisawicreated.blogspot.com/
Dana @ Paper Memories 4 U - http://papermemories4u.blogspot.com/  
Lori @ Got 2 B Crafting - http://got2bcrafting.blogspot.com/
Crystal @ Creations By Crystal - http://crystal-kovach.blogspot.com/
 Sis @ Paper, Craft, and Scissors - http://papercraftscissors.wordpress.com



Happy Scrapping
    Dana

22 comments:

Judy said...

Hi Dana, these are totally awesome! If one of my g-kids got this, I would have to grab it and make sure it didn't get messed up! Too cute to waste!! I am already a follower of your great blog:-)
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jejaeb at cfl dot rr dot com

Jackie said...

Hi, Dana! Great idea w/the tubes. My husband smokes cigars and they come in tubes; now I know what to do with them, I knew they would come in handy. Great projects. I love these hops because I find great blogs to follow! Thank you.
www.inspired-by-scrapping.blogspot.com

Bunnyfreak said...

Very cute treat containers.
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pruttybird said...

These treat holders are adorable. Those little trick or treaters are going to love them :)

pruttybird at comcast dot net

ChatterScene.com said...

Very cool idea!

Becky Dunham said...

These are adorable Dana! I love how you stamped on the tubes - wound never have tried that - just figured it wouldn't work! Lucky for me that you tried it first and shared :) I am a new follower of your cute blog and loving what I have seen in browsing so far.

rebeccadunham at hotmail dot com

Got2BCrafting said...

These came out really cute! I need to try to find some of those tubes... so many possibilities!
Lori

scrapperbecka said...

DANA this is such a neat idea! I love how you made it so easy too. Great job
Becka
Creations With Becka
scrapperbecka at yahoo dot com

papercraftscissors said...

Dana -

You did such a phenomenal job stamping on the test tubes! Wow - I am in awe. Great project!

Kim M. said...

Very creative! I'll bet the kids that come to your house will love them.

Kim Maehrer
kkmaehrer@gmail.com

Kimberli said...

Those are so cute, what a fun idea! Thanks for participating in my blog hop!!

Kimberli
kimbean20 at gmail dot com
http://kimberliscreations.blogspot.com/

silvia said...

LOVE the candy containers!!

Silvia
sillyscrap@aol dot com

Jessica said...

Hi Dana, you sure are going to have some happy trick or treaters at your house this year! These are fantastic. A lot of detail with little work...GREAT JOB!
Happy to be a new follower of your blog. Would love to have you follow back if you want!
:O)
Jessica
Jessica's Craft Shaque

loving3boys1girl said...

These are so cute! Such a great idea and I may try it out for my kids' classes at Christmas time!

~Tracy

craftaholic said...

Wow, That looks like it might be tricky to stamp on...Great Idea though!! Love it!! I have been a follower here already!! TFS!!!

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ilovetonkinese2 at hotmail dot com
Rexann♥

Susan said...

Hi Dana! This is such a great idea! I like to hand out those little Pixie Stixs to toddlers and wanted to find an idea to package them up cute, I think this will work! I'm a new follower!

Susan
cricutandgrasshopper.blogspot.com

Beckie said...

Cute, cute, cute.

Beckie

Happyscrapin said...

Love the candy holders, I have never seen the tubes in any store. I guess I will have to look harder, yours are too cute! I am now a follower.

plese.cathy at yahoo dot com

Hattie said...

I love candy holders! So cute!
Thanks for being inspiring!

hattieshaven.blogspot.com
hmcwhirt at gmail dot com

Linda said...

Have gotten some of these tubes and did not quite know what to do with them. Thanks for the suggestion.

Maria said...

Very cute candy tubes!!! TFS

TyTynNiyasmom said...

What a great idea! I came by way of the Made by Myself link up party, but am already a follower as well. Thanks for the chance to win.

Candace
mypassion4scrappin.blogspot.com

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