Sunday, October 13, 2013

DeNami Design Halloween blog hop

Hi everyone! Welcome to the DeNami Design, Halloween blog hop. I hope you have been inspired along the way. You should've arrived here by way of Ruza's blog. If you get lost along the hop, head back to the DeNami blog for a full list of participants. 
 
If you visited my blog during World Card Making Day, then you would've seen a sneak peek at my project. Today I have the full reveal. I enlisted the help of my daughter, Leah, to create the treats she would hand out to her classmates for their Halloween treats.
 


I stamped the chevron image in black from Modern Borders onto the front of my die cut. To create the focal point, I stamped Friendly Mummy and Friendly Ghost and used my Silhouette to cut them out. I love being able to use my machine for mass production! We made 18 of these! I used my new embossing folder, Circles, that DeNami is now carrying. I recently picked up a bunch of these which I know you will be seeing on the blog soon.


 To adhere the treat to the inside so that it wouldn't fall out, I used my ATG. To keep the treat close, I also added a bit of ATG to the bottom panel. Leah worked on the inside of the treats using Teeny Star, and Trick or Treat. She had a lot of fun helping me with this project.

So your next stop along the hop is none other than may daughter, Leah.  She used Halloween Spider Web, Teeny Star, Friendly Mummy, and  Friendly Ghost for her card. She used my copics to color her images. Here is what she has to share about her creation:

"I just thought I wanted to use ghosts and mummies because they are scary. The reason why I put the ghosts on one side and the mummies on the other is because I didn't want to mix them up."

 
 
I just had to share this picture of her again. I love to kiss those cheeks!
 
So your next stop along the hop is the super talented Paulina. She always has something so creative to share. I can't wait to see what she has created!
 
Don't forget about the THREE gift certificates that will be given away! One gift certificate will go to a random participant and TWO gift certificates to TWO people who comment along the hop! You have until October 14, 2013 11:59pm PST to comment and be eligible.
 
Happy hopping!

34 comments:

  1. Leah, I love how you colored in your ghost and mummy images! I had so much fun creating with you!

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  2. Those are wonderful! So great Leah got to help make them and I love her card!

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  3. Wonderful job Leah! I love your purple mummies!

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  4. oh my!!!! those are absolutely wonderful!!!

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  5. Deb, this is a fabulous CAS project! I see things like this and want a silhouette so bad! lol

    Leah, you are so creative! You're smart too...I wouldn't want to mix mummies and ghosts either! These ones are friendly, but I think you did the right thing :) Your stamping and coloring are awesome and I LOVE the spider web sentiment...the stars are the perfect touch! Keep on crafting hun, you've got Mommy's talent! Happy Halloween :)

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  6. LURVE your project, Miss Lady!!! You and daughter ROCKED it for reals!!! Leah.....girl......you are soooooooo talented.....just like your Mommy!!! :)

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  7. I just love the little critters - gotta get me some of those stamps soon!

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  8. Love the little treats, such a cool idea. Great job you did!
    The card is so sweet & what a little darling daughter!
    Hugs
    Rene

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  9. What a great team you both make! So so sweet ladies! Deb I am thinking about getting a silhouette (just thinking) I am late to the party. You will have to give me lessons....I don't have a clue.

    Leah, I love your thinking about not mixing up the ghost and mummies! I wouldn't want to mix those up either!

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  10. These are all adorable! The kids will love the treats in the cute little packets!

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  11. Love your treat holders! All treats and no tricks here! Leah, I love your card too!

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  12. What cute candy wrappers! I'm sure they will enjoy that wonderful chocolate and the cuteness that it arrives in! Always great to see Leah helping. She's a great stamper!

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  13. Love the embossed backgrounds on the treat holders and love the ghosts and mummies.
    isoscia at aol dot com

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  14. She's SO cute! Your design is pretty cute, too!! ;)

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  15. These treat packages turned out AWESOME, Deb!!! And aren't you lucky to have such an ADORABLE little helper!!! I think it's fantastic that she likes to get crafty with you!! Great work, girls!!!!

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  16. Great colors and embossing on the treat containers and cute ghost and mummy card!

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  17. Such beautiful candy holders - and such a variety

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  18. What a precious little scrappy buddy you have and your treat packages are so cute! The kids will be so tickled to receive them. :)

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  19. Fun little treat cards.
    Wonderful that your
    daughter helped you.
    Carla from Utah

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  20. Your Halloween treats look completely sweet, Deb! And kudos to Leah for her fantastic card and thoughtful design story :D.

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  21. Love this cute treat idea Deb! You and Leah make a GREAT stamping team!!

    Leah your card is Boo-tiful!!! I REALLY like your orange ghosts!!!

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  22. Your treats look Spooktacular Yummy! TFS!

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  23. Those treat carriers are so stinkin' cute! And so is my niece, Leah! I love her card and her thinking! And boy do I love her too!

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  24. These are super cute!! Great idea!!

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  25. These are adorable! I really like the treats...but the card captured my heart :)

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  26. Wow!! loving the AWESOME design!! Such a Neat Halloween Treat!! Thanks for sharing and have a Fabulous Week!! ;)

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  27. Such a great idea, and you and Leah made them perfectly! So cute!

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  28. These treats are so so cute! The embossed circles paired with the stamped images looks very sharp. Leah did such magnificent work on her card and I love her coloring!

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  29. Those Halloween treats are fabulous. I would come and trick or treat at your house if I lived closer. Please tell Leah that I adore her card, and I think she is very smart to keep the ghosts and mummies apart. Who knows what kind of mischief they could make if they got all mixed up together.

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  30. Great job on the treat containers, Deb & Leah! Love the images & the insides are so cute! Your coloring is a wow, Leah! Such a fun card!

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  31. This is an adorable set of cards :) looks like you've got a little artist in the making there, Leah's card is just fabulous! I like the logic behind separating the mummies and ghosts too...it's probably a good idea that those two don't meet! ;)

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