Saturday, October 20, 2012

Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons Halloween Blog Hop!

Welcome to the Pretty Paper Pretty Ribbons Halloween Blog Hop. I am so excited to be a part of this Design Team and Hop. Wow, what inspiration for the Halloween season.
If you came here from Nicole's blog, you are in the right place. If you just stumbled upon this post and would like to start from the beginning, please visit Lisa's blog.
Today the DT for Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons are making Halloween projects using Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons files.

For my project I tried a new card type called a treat dish card. I used Lisa's Halloween Critter's cut files and the following digi papers...Halloween Paper Pack 2, Halloween Chevron and Stripes, and Halloween Circles and Spots.

I used the print and cut feature on the Cameo. I also cut the body and feet a second time and popped them up for more dimension. Each spider then was attached on top of the web with a wobble.
The fence border is done with a Martha Stewart border punch and the sentiment is from my BugBites Ghostly Greetings stamps set.
I made 10 of these treat cards for my scrappin' friends at my retreat this weekend.
Lisa's files are so simple to use and are sooooo cute!!!!

Now for hopping along with us, we have some blog candy to give away. First, Lisa is giving away this big hop prize package, and i mean big. Look at all this stuff she is giving!
For a chance to win, you must be a follower of each blog on our hop and leave a comment on each blog. Lisa will randomly choose a winner of the big hop prize on Tuesday, October 23. Only US or Canadian mailing addresses.

More Prizes!!!
Being I am the last stop and you have made it all the way through the line-up, I too, am giving away a little something. I will also draw a
winner on Tuesday for a BugBites stamp set of choice!

Thanks for joining us and hope you have enjoyed the hop as much as we have making these fun projects.
Here's the entire lineup in case you get lost along the way.


Dana said...

These are adorable. I love the background paper. I don't have a Cameo, so I can't make it but thanks for sharing! Maybe I can figure my own version....hhmmmmmm.

Karons Krafty Korner said...

Already a follower:-) WOW, these treat card dishes are awesome. What a fabulous idea - love them. TFS


Lisa Norris said...

I love these...I've never seen that type of card before. So cool! I love the patterns you chose for this and the cute googly eyes on the spider! Thanks so much for being such an amazing part of my DT! :D

jessica said...

What a way to end this awesome hop!!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE these treat holders and know the ladies at your retreat will LOVE them also!!! Awesome use of these files!!

Shorty Creations said...

WOW Barb!!! These treat cards are the cuttest!!!I love all the detail that went into each one. I'm sure everyone will enjoy all the work you put into making this adorable project.

Lot of love,
Ana Maria

Candace said...

oh my goodness!!! these are AWESOME!!!!!!! I love them!!!! what a great idea!!

Amanda said...

Wow, what a super fun card!! I haven't heard of that type of card.. I may have to give it a try ;0)

Scrappy hugs,
Amanda :0)

Gloria said...

OMG..... I just totally LOVE this!!! I have never seen a treat dish card. I love the way this came out:) Thank You for sharing. I'm a happy follower. Disneynut 4 life at yahoo dot com

Nancy Kirkup said...

OMGosh! your treat cards are so flippin' adorable! I love the sentiment, and you made so many. Those are some lucky friends ;) New follower!

katieo said...

cool treat holders love the embellishments

Unknown said...

What a super cool idea! i think they would also be great to hold other treats, not just candy. i should make them to hold my ....stickers or bling for card making. Thanks for sharing. i am a follower.


Kate said...

Seriously love this. The colors just look great. I also love this cut Very different. Amazing Details too.

Jeanne said...

Oh aren't these little treat holders adorable! I have got to try this some time! Love your colors and the printing and cutting, makes it SO nice to create something that looks so fabulous if you don't have the time to paper piece! Great job!!

teachdanz said...

I love these Barb!! I think we need a tutorial :-) your print and cuts turned out fabulous!! hugs from your DT sister!

Maria said...

very cute creation

Melisa Alzammar said...

These are just adorable Barb. Your friends sure are lucky ladies. Great job!

Anonymous said...

These treat holders are fabulous. I'm a new follower.

Jen said...

What a great idea!! Definitely pinning this! I love all the colors and embellies on your treat cards. I am a follower!

Jennifer Russell

Unknown said...

Love your treat boxes!!! They turned out great!

Tanya~Studio 5380 said...

Oh WOW! I've never seen a card like this and I agree with some other comments...time for a tutorial! This is really darling and I love the fun spider and web...super cute!

Rebekah said...

I LOVE this!! Might need to do something like this for some friends this halloween!!

calbekah at aol dot com

Sue D said...

This is the first time I have seen or heard of these treat cards--so cute!
I am a follower.
slrdowney at hotmail dot com

Sherrie K. said...

These are awesome! Your friends will love them:) Great job Barb!
Sherrie K

Monica said...

Wow I've never seen this. I love it!

marg0006 said...

Sooo,sooo cute. Love the spider & colors. Please show how you made it.

marg0006 at verizon dot net

Two Scraptastic Gals said...

What a unique and cute project. Ill have to make some of these myself. TFS

Kristi said...

I love everything about this treat holder. Love the sentiment, spider being all cute, and even the twine corners of the holder. Wonderful work.
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