Thursday, September 3, 2009

Trick or Treat...Wanna see something neat?

Meet the 'Ghouls' at S2G! Join our Spook-tacular Design Team as they take you on a Boo-tiful tour of the NEW Halloween Stamps that will leave you Screaming!!!

Today is Shirley's 2 Girls FaBOOlous Halloween Blog Hop!! We're gonna have a blast showing you all of the 'ABC' projects that we did for the NEW images...that the sisters designed for their 1st ever...Halloween!

We got to get our hands on '13'Fa-boo-lously, Fun, & Frightenly Spooky Stamps...wait till you see what the team came up with!We guarantee YOU will WANT ALL of these images! They will be ready to buy...TODAY!

To make this a spooky and BOO licious party, we've got a mystery treat hidden at one of your stops along the hop! One lucky commenter on that mystery blog will win a $20 gift certificate to S2G!

Ok now it wouldn’t be a mystery treat if you knew which blog, now would it? So if you’re feeling the love, give a little shout out to the bloggers in the hop and you just might have a reason to yell "TRICK OR TREAT"!!!

One Grad Prize winner will be chosen by Random.org to receive 1 Halloween Stamp Set, embellishments, DP and some candy treats!!! How SPOOKTACULAR!! To qin this grand prize you must leave a comment on the S2G Challenge Blog
If you made it here from Shelly's Blog then you are in the right place!! Did you remember to leave her some love?? For this Blog Hop I used the stamp called "Jinx Brew"...
When I first saw this stamp, I knew immediately that I wanted to make some some SPOOKtacular Halloween treats!! I colored in the image using various copic markers and added some texture using halloween colored stickers from Michaels...They fit perfectly over the witches brew bubbles!! I attached this image to a cello bag filled with Peanut M&M's...I sealed it up with some fun Halloween colored Raffia and added a scary bat image from the "Spookies" set available at S2G...When I saw that adorable Mummy stamp, I knew that I wanted to make a coffin treat box to match...I got the idea from Martha Stewart, she has the template and directions available for download on her website...And let me just tell you how easy it was to make...it seriously only took me a few minutes!! I added some twine to look extra scary along with the sentiment "Eat, drink and be scary", which is one of the 4 sentiments that comes with the "Jinx Brew" stamp set!
Now head on over to DEBBIE'S BLOG and see what FaBOOlous projects she has in store for you!! You definietly will be amazed!! Thaks for stopping by and don't forget to leave me a comment, this just might be the blog with the Mystery Treat!!

33 comments:

Justine said...

Definitely Fa-BOO-licious Erin. Love the coffin and how you placed the little sentiment up top. Your coloring of Jinx is perfect and wow, the bow is super cool.

StampinCathy said...

Love your title and it just goes with your NEAT projects. Thanks for this awesome eye candy along this hop.

Georgia said...

I love what you did with the stamps. The coffin is too cute!

Deanne Burton said...

So cool! I love your projects!
Thnaks so much for sharing them!!!

Pat (mspfd) said...

Fantabulous! Your projects rock!!

Jaspere said...

Erin love, love, love it. Especially your coffin. I actually printed the same template but ran out of time. That will be another project down the road I'm sure. Great colors and design. They are such a SCARE.

Gina said...

Love the coffin! And the raffia on the M&M bad looks great.

Georgia Ehrmann said...

I love the coffin treat box! It is just perfect for the image that you've used! Great creations... very boo-tiful!

Golden said...

I really love your coffin. It is amazing. I enjoyed following all the blogs today. What a nice change of pace. Linda

Lori said...

These are awesome. love the little mummy on the coffin!

Anne said...

Love that coffin, what a fun idea for fright night! And the Jinx image is great too

Jennifer Scull said...

oh my - that coffin box is great! love it! :) that witchy stamp is adorable!!!

Jeanne said...

I am so loving all of these!! FABOO lous creations!!
TFS!

The Creative Cannibal said...

The coffin treat box is COOL! Thanks for sharing.

TannyP said...

LOVE that coffin treat holder!! Your projects are fantastic =)

Kristen said...

I love Jinx and the coffee brew is too amazing.
I love that coffin. Your creations are to die for...

xxx

Karolyn Loncon said...

Yahoo!! Love, love, love these treats!! They would be so fun to give away at a party, huh?!! Especially love the coffin - too cute for words! I'd love to find some of that Halloween raffia - where did you find it?!!

Cat said...

That little coffin is adorable! Soooo cute!

Maria Matter said...

Scary stuff!!!
...but fabulous! What a great bow and coffin...too fun!
Blessings, Maria

Andrea Clayton said...

I am so loving this little witch stirring her pot of trouble. Great coffin too!

Grace C. said...

Love your projects and love that ss:) That little coffin is fantastic...I think I will have to get that template:)

Deborah said...

I love this stamp set!! I think that the coffin that you made is fantastic!

Christi said...

Wow!!!! I love it all!!

KSinMT said...

love the colors with the images. Cute projects.

Sheila D said...

Definitely a cool project. Fantastic coloring. Matches the M&M's perfectly. This witch is so sassy! What a great blog hop with the most awesome projects. Thanks so much!

Deena said...

love the Jinx brew and the projects to go with it!

Debbie said...

Erin - SPOOKTACULAR projects! love that little coffin!

Joan Ervin said...

You did such an awesome job on your Halloween projects...love every little detail!!!! The coffin cracks me up!!!!

Martha said...

What a terrific job you did especially with the witch stamped image. Somehow you combined the best of the 1910-1920 Halloween looks with the perfect sass of 2019! Love it all!

Cheri Howard said...

That coffin is so hilarious! Thanks for the tip!

Handmade Creations by Stephanie said...

Great Creations and great stamps!!!

Chris said...

Great projects, I love Halloween stuff.

Abi Bundy said...

love that box! what a great idea!

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