Saturday, October 23, 2010

Cards, tags, buckets....Blog Hopping

As you are getting ready to put the final touches on those Halloween projects to send to school, work, or for your hauntingly fabulous Halloween party, I thought today would be a great day to share some recent spooktactular finds to add to your inspiration.  I found these while I was out blog hopping.  Keep your eyes out and we may just feature something from your blog too!

This little tin lunch box is created by Angi. She has a tutorial here on how to put this incredible little gift together. Now who wouldn't love to get a box like this just filled with chocolates!!!




This darling Halloween card is created by Mona. Don't you love the use of stitching, border punches, Spellbinders, and that fabulous ribbon! I adore the soft inking along the edges as well.

Now this is the perfect gift idea for your co-workers, the teacher at school, or any little goblin you'd love to treat. Laurel used a darling little jar to fill with yummy gummy candies to create this "sweet trick or treat."



Jamie Cripps  reminds us not to forget about the little witches we love! Isn't her coloring just incredible on this image? Love the font she used too!



And last but certainly not least, Ghouls do Rule!!!! This card is by Bonibleaux Designs. I love this one as inspiration to create for your favorite girlfriends! Although, I know little tween girls would love this one as well....



I hope you'll visit these divine ladies for more inspiration.

Thanks for joining us today at Practical Scrappers, practically scrapping in every way!

4 comments:

Angi @ CokiePop said...

Great Halloween fun. I love all of the projects. And thanks so much for featuring my Halloween altered tin. It's so much fun making those:)

Bonibleaux Designs said...

Oh wow how Sweet! Thanks for using Ghouls Rule in your write up!! All of the creative genius' shown in this post totally RULE!!!

Donene said...

Wow! These are so great! I am a follower and thanks so much for your nice comments!

Scrappi Sandi said...

Wonderful Haloween projects!!