Friday, October 21, 2011

LSHD Halloween Party Blog Hop


                                                            Hello, Welcome to the Halloween Party Blog Hop
We are so glad that you have decided to hop along with us.
Throughout our hop we hope to inspire you with lots of ideas for hosting
your own Halloween Party.
There will be some great blog candy along the way as well as a
GRAND PRIZE GIVEAWAY of $100.00 in cash (which is a big
chunk of change to buy goodies for a Halloween Party)


$100.00 in cash!!!
How do you win this candy you ask?
Well I'll tell you...

To be eligible to win this wonderful prize you MUST
1) go through the entire blog hop and leave a comment on EVERYONE'S post.
2) become a FOLLOWER of everyone's blog.
3) stop by the LSHD Facebook fanpage and become a fan (if you are not a fan already)
4) leave a comment on the LSDH Facebook fanpage letting us know you were there.

This concludes our Blog Hop. Thanks so much for hopping along with us!!
Happy Crafting.

If you just happened upon my blog and would like to start at the beginning please hop on over to
LEANN'S BLOG
If you have been following the blog hop and have hopped over from Emily's
Then you are right where you need to be.






Blog Lineup
Leann http://scrapbookingbyleann.blogspot.com/

Now for my project...




For this project I used patterns from the Brewing Up Trouble Collection.

Thanks so much for stopping by now hop on over to Deborah's Blog!

57 comments:

Gravelprincess said...

Love it, the little witch looks like she is up to something!!! :)
gravelprincess@hotmail.com

Jodie said...

Love mini albums. This is cute and love the feather boa stuff..

Geri Flores said...

What a great project, I love the witch.
Happy Halloween, Geri
graffe1268@aol.com
www.gericraftsalot.blogspot.com

Lisa Wood said...

I LOVE you witch. You always do beautiful work. so creative. Thanks for sharing.

tluiz said...

Love it. The expression on the face and bubbles are great!

Jamie said...

oh this is so cute i love all the green feathers great touch. tfs im a follower.
-jamie
babyblueangel_30@yahoo.com

McVic said...

cute little witch! love the color of her brew!! and the green boa!!
kacee

NanasAngels said...

Great idea! Did you draw the face on the witch, it is priceless!
- Wendy (wleitel@windstream.net)

ScrappyKsue said...

This is so cute!

Diannes Scrappy Creations said...

This is too cute.....love it. dianescrappycreations@yahoo.com

callyannc said...

What a great idea! The witch is adorable! TFS CallyAnn(new follower)
http://callyanncraftycreations.blogspot.com

Carmen Harp said...

ADORABLE project!!! Love it :D
Carmen (cks*paper*scraps)

Eva said...

super cute, I love those lighted glass blocks...great job with your pattern and that green boa really sets it off. I am a new follower here!
Eva :0)
evascrapslife(at)gmail(dot)com
http://evasscrapsncards.blogspot.com
I have a giveaway on my blog

Paper Creations by Mindy said...

great job! love what you did with the white dots! cvceggen@yahoo.com- Mindy Eggen

Patricia said...

That is super cute, love it.
~Patricia

Little Scraps of Heaven Designs said...

I really love this glass block Jeana!! Such a fabulous idea!!

Boni said...

How cute this is Happy Halloween

Scrapbookingbyleann said...

Oh Jeana! This turned out SO cute!! Love it! ~ Leann :)

Annette said...

Cute. I just bought a glass block ( can you copy)
Thanks

Linda Schaefer said...

Such a cute witch....great idea!

Cyndy said...

Very cute!

Jennifer F. said...

She's adorable and looks like she's up to something! The bubbles are neat~~how did you make them?

Debbie said...

Very cute!

Designs that Delight said...

Jeana this is so cute! I've seen projects with blocks before and I love it!!!
Dawn
Designsthatdelight@gmail.com

vick6740 said...

Love it!! I keep looking at these glass blocks but i chicken out. LOL!!

vick6740@yahoo.com
http://stayathomemomof2inohio.blogspot.com/

Margaret said...

I love this!!!! So perfect for the month of October and Halloween. I'd love to have one like this with green lights. Beautiful work Jeana!!
Kennmarg1989@aol.com

craftaholic said...

I so love your project The colors are my favorite and this is so cute!!! TFS!!! I am a new follower here on your blog!!

http://ibecircled.blogspot.com
ilovetonkinese2 at hotmail dot com
Rexann♥

BLJ Graves Studio said...

Your project is adorable!

Scrapping Bug Designs said...

Oh I love this!!! Love the furry stuff!! The polka dots are an awesome add. TFS
Chrissy ~ scrappingbugdesigns @ gmail . com

Krista's Paper Cafe said...

Darling. Is it a glass block?
S much texture in your creation. Well done.
KristaInMN at gmail dot com

Staci Snellings said...

proud to have found your site!

Staci Snellings said...

Proud to know about your work!

Diane K said...

I have always wanted to do something with those glass blocks, now I have a great idea. Thanks for sharing. Check out my FB page PaperMagic Scrapbooking.
Diane
papermagic@att.net

Designs By Jo-Anne Moreau Bougie said...

I love the glass blocks and what you've done with them.. Good work overall..

Aly's mom said...

I've always loved glass blocks. Thanks for giving me a great new idea for them! The feathers really added a nice touch!

http://alysmom05.blogspot.com

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MaryEllen said...

Oh your little witch is so cute!! great project

Crystal said...

How Cute! I love the witch and the bubbly cauldron! She is sooo cute! Great Job!

http://crystal-mylistofthingstodotoday.blogspot.com/

bluecrayons said...

perfectly done. shes up to somthing spooky aint she?

rhelm @ tampabay .rr. com

Cheri D said...

Thank you for sharing your gorgeous project! Love it!

Precious Memories Scrapbooking & More said...

Ohhhh I love this, I have yet to try glass block deco! have to put it on my to-do list, which is growing in leaps and bounds!!! LOL

Staci
staci412 at optonline dot net

Nancie said...

This is so cute great Jeana!

Trisha said...

Love, love, love your glass block wreath. Fabulous. Thanks for sharing. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

stampinlara said...

This is absolutely adorable!!! TFS

stampinlara at yahoo dot com

scrappin4mykids said...

Wow, Jeana! What a great idea...I have always wanted to try something with those glass blocks, but never knew quite what to do with it, but after seeing your project, you have totally inspired me!! I love the gold you used on your cauldron and the withes hair.....very creative! TFS!! :)
~Angie
scrappin4mykids@yahoo.com

MELANIE B said...

You are so talented. I really like your breast cancer pages...Thanks

Lizscraps said...

love the purple and green and the boa!!! fun way to dress up a glass cube.

sdelong1228 said...

very cute, really like the boa!!
sdelong1228@gmail.com

Linda said...

absolutely adorable...the witch is the cutest ever

CrazyCardCreator said...

What a wonderful idea! The witch is adorable, my granddaughter would love it. TFS :)

Vicki said...

OMgosh! Is that a glass block? Who would have thought? Well obviously you did!! Cutest thing I have seen in a long time!

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http://mawmawsthoughts.blogspot.com/
follower

Christine America Real said...

Oh this witch is so adorable! You are very talented!

I am a new follower, come follow me back if you get a chance!

www.chrissandlou.blogspot.com
america57@comcast.net

Janet said...

Such a unique and creative idea Jeanna!! I love your witch..the face is sooo adorable on her! You did an amazing job! -Janet N

Kris Dietz said...

Great project! The witch is so cute and love the bubbles from her cauldron and the boa is too cute! TFS.

Kris
dietzrobles at yahoo dot com

Jeana said...

Thank-You for all of the nice compliments!
Jennifer F-for the bubbles I started with clear stickles, after that dried I added Liquid Glass, after that dried I used a gold paint pen on them. Somehow that made them look green and goopy, lol.
Margeret, I wanted purple lights in mine. I was at Walmart when they were sitting up the Halloween section and saw the purple lights but didn't get them. That gave me the idea to make this block so I went back the very next day and ever single package of purple lights was gone!
When I make another block, I am going to use vellum as the background paper instead of cardstock. That way the lights will show through better.

shersl84bed said...

Super cute, love the paper piecing and the big green fuzzy. I'm following your blog

ShersL84bed@aol.com

Lisa Rhodes Lamer said...

great idea....

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