Thursday, 1 October 2020

Howlin' Halloween Crafty Blog Hop



Time for another
Crafty Blog Hop with the theme being Halloween.  So, thank you for stopping by and looking at my blog post.

I truly love Halloween; however, I am envious of how Halloween is celebrated in the USA as they really go to town, hardly any effort apart from the occasional “Trick or Treat” here in the UK.

I knew I wanted to use Autumnal colours and it had to be Mossy Meadow, Old Olive, Cajun Craze and Cinnamon Cider!  They just went together so well.  For the wreath I used four pieces of each A4 card colour (49 pieces per sheet).

Stampin-up-sprig-punch-autumnal-wreath     Stampin-up-sprig-punch-autumnal-wreath

Question… would I do it again???

Answer… oh yes!!! I loved watching it come together, please do not get me wrong, I was over the moon when it was finished and it looked even better than I imagined.

Thank you so much for reading my post, hope you enjoy hopping around and seeing what other global Stampin’ Up! demonstrators have been creating.

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7 comments:

  1. OH MY GOODNESS!!!! I believe you deserve a medal for punching all those sprigs! WOWZA!!! It's absolutely GORGEOUS! Well done. :-D

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  2. OMG!!! totally agree with Dana, you deserve a medal!! this wreath is amazing!! and perfect for the halloween! thanks for sharing

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  3. Holy moly do you have repetitive strain injury now? That is a lot of punching but so well worth it. Fabulous work xx

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  4. Holy moly do you have repetitive strain injury now? That is a lot of punching but so well worth it. Fabulous work xx

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  5. What a great project. Well worth the hard work.

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  6. OMG that's incredible! That's a lot of punching!

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  7. Wow, that's an awful lot of punching. I bet your hand must have been sore for days. It looks amazing but if I was to attempt it I would try for a much smaller option first.

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