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Sunday, September 1, 2013

Halloween blog hop; August freebies winner!

Though the temps are still in the 70s, the hours of daylight are shorter and it feels like the end of summer. One neighbor asked me over to pick blueberries in her yard today. A second brought over some zucchinis, so I baked several loaves of zucchini bread - some with walnuts and some with chocolate chips - as well as 24 muffins. My hubby delivered two loaves to my neighbor, who also shared some beautiful tomatoes with us. We could have our own little farmers' market here in my neighborhood. That would be sweet!

Welcome to the Fright Night Blog Hop. My downline, Sherry, had the great idea for the hop. You might've come from Pearl's blog. But if this is your first stop, no worries. You can start anywhere and not miss a thing!
For my project, I'm sharing a Halloween sampler - a home decor item - that may be as sweet or creepy as you wish.
Here's a better look at the sampler. Everything is Stampin' Up! product except for the shadow box frame, which I bought at a craft store for $5. Instead of buying a new frame for each holiday, I can simply take out the straight pins holding the Modern Medley designer paper and everything adhered to it to the velvet backing and pin a new sampler! I love that. I used the Halloween Bash and Halloween Hello stamp sets in the Holiday Catalog (page 21), along with ultrafine black glitter (page 20).
Congratulations to Judy Q. in New York for winning my August Mystery Hostess freebies!
Judy actually placed two online orders via my Online Store at, so that could explain why her name was drawn by my daughter. Many thanks to the rest of you who participated. Here's the hostess code to use for your Online Orders with me in September: AKS76R6P. All you have to do to be eligible for the free hostess benefits is place an online order. It's that simple!

Thanks for stopping by! I hope you'll continue on our Fright Night Blog Hop.

Here's the list of bloggers participating:
  1. The Flying Stamper (Deb)
  2. Olivia Loves to Stamp (Olivia)
  3. Scrappy Stamps and Ink (Nichole)
  4. Stamping with Pearl (Pearl)
  5. Goin’ over the Edge (Terry) - You are here!
  6. Scrapper Frog’s (Cindy)
  7. Crafty Tam (Tammy)


Sherry said...

What a great idea. The Halloween sampler is adorable.

Nichole said...

Super cute frame!

Deb Naylor said...

Love this idea! Thanks for playing in our first blog hop!

Pearl Rose said...

Terry - you always have such great ideas!! Thanks for sharing all your hints and tricks!! Love the use of all the papers - Halloween time is my favorite time to go wild with color. So glad we were able to get this blog hop going. Thanks for being a part of it.

Rachelle Larsen said...

Love the frame!
Very Cute

Holly said...

What a great idea for a Blog hop!!.. OMG I love your new Blog design sooo cute! Great Home Decor project.. I love how you used the postage punch.

MiamiKel said...

OH this is gorgeous, Terry! Love the wonderful frame and of course, your card! YOu have mucho talent, my friend :) xo

ebeth9267 said...

Total fabulousness! I want one for myself. I guess I need to go get stampin'. Thanks for sharing such a great project with us all. Smiles, Elizabeth

Donna Heber said...

Hi Terry,

What a wonderful Halloween project using a frame! I can't believe it will be here before you know it.

Cheryl said...

Terry, Your Halloween Sampler is adorable, and what a great idea using the straight pins. Brilliant...