Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Creepy Cricut Creations Blog Hop!

Hello my crafty friends!  It's time for the Creepy Cricut Creations Blog Hop!  If your here from Heather then you're in the right place.  If not, then you may want to start at the very beginning at the awesome and talented Crazy About Cricut 

We're celebrating our Cricut machines and Halloween in this amazing hop!  I decided to pull out my Happy Hauntings cartridge for this awesome project!  I've made these before but I simply love them and needed some quick treats that weren't candy for two friends that I was meeting for lunch!  I knew these would be perfect!  The witch as well as the tag were cut from Happy Hauntings. I used Cricut Craft Room to manipulate the shape for the tag into just the perfect size! 



Thanks for stopping to visit me!  You are now off to check out the great project that Tracy has for you!

And what's a blog hop without some candy!  Please be a Blog Follower and Comment on all the blogs for a chance to win.  The more blogs you comment on the more chances you have to win!

Prize: A 5 pack of Action Wobbles!

Prize: $5 Gift Certificate to Jaded Blossom




10 comments:

Rhonda Emery said...

so awesome. hugs

Rosie said...

cute hand sanitizer holder

Esther said...

great idea!

Elizabeth said...

I love these little holders! So fun to make for all seasons - great job on your Halloween one :)

Lori Apgar said...

These are great!!! These would make great teacher gifts too!!

Glad to be in this hop with you!!

lisa said...

That little witch is so superdy-duper cute! Love the HH cart, just haven't purchased it... Always lovin' the stuff you all make from it, especially this!

mamawcindy said...

I have been wanting to try to make some of these for Teacher Gifts. I Love your Halloween one. Thanks for Sharing and Happy Halloween.

Wandy said...

Ooooh I want to make one!!! Love your project!! Awesome hopping with you!

snowdraak said...

Great hand sanitizer holder! Love the witch.
Thanks for the chance to win blog hop candy.
fourkidstwocats at msn dot com

Michele from MS said...

I love this idea and think I am going to make some Christmas happies! The background paper is just perfect to hi light the witch. The raised sentiment and jewels are fabulous finishing touches! Great job ~ TFS