Saturday, October 16, 2010

Wicked Good Blog Hop

Trick or Treat!



The day has arrived and my son can finally eat my "samples".


It was fun to dig out my can of webbing to add to the Halloween feel of my projects but this can is over 7 years old so I wasn't sure what to expect. It didn't explode - yay!


So creepy! I love how our beautiful Bazzill Soar with it Cardstock is transformed with some embossed black ink into a scary treat.


Tulle for Halloween? Some more webbing spray on one of our stamp boxes and I had the perfect gummy brain holder!

I hope you enjoyed these little projects - there is more to behold, all of it good I'm sure, on the remainder of the blog hop. It's going on all day and you are welcome to join in on the fun until 11 pm! The hop begins here: Savvy Projects Blog

18 comments:

Eva said...

WOW! These are fabulous. The webbing is a great touch. Super ideas!

Silli said...

hehe, so much fun...great projects Chris...HUGS

Mischelle smith said...

LOL! The webbing worked out great! I'm so happy for your son . . . FINALLY . . . he can feast! Oh ~ and that skeleton hand in there rocks!

Heather said...

Too cute! Love the webbing spray - especially on the stamp box! Way to spook it up!

StampinCarol said...

Oh my gosh! These are a hoot! You did an amazing job!!!

Trish said...

Those are nice. The "hand" packaging is very real.

Chelsea said...

Those are sooo cool and creepy! Love them!

Maria said...

I can not even imagine how much work went in to this project. I love it.

Laurie Unger said...

How cool! I've never seen that webbing spray and might have to run out and get some now! TFS

Sharon said...

The skeleton hand is awesome. Great touch with the webbing.

Seleise said...

these are super fun! I haven't seen webbing spray. will have to look for that! great projects!

Anna said...

Oh, what a cool idea to use the spray and the case for treats!

Kellyismyangel said...

So creative, love the "Beware"tag, very cute!

Teresa Jenkins said...

So neat! I've never seen webbing spray before, looks fun!

Angela K said...

Just wonderful!!TFS

ERICA said...

Love, love, love them! I don't have webbing, but I will definately go pick some up so that I can add it to my Halloween projects!! Thanks for the inspiration!

Annette said...

What cute projects, love the skeleton hand treat bag! I finally have internet service after 2 1/2 months and I'm so happy to be blogging again! Hope you have had a great summer! Annette

Kim said...

Wow!!! These are the perfect scarey treats for Halloween! Great job...