Saturday, October 31, 2015

unBOOlievable Blog Hop

Double, double toil and trouble. Welcome to the "UnBoolievable" Blog Hop.Join us if you dare for a Halloween scare. We're calling all goblins, ghosts, and creatures of the night! So creep, float or crawl through our blog hop if you dare. We’ve had so much fun creating this hop, and we have a spooky line up with some very talented creators. You will see some spectacular spooky projects along the way having to do with a Halloween theme and have a chance to win some spookish blog candy along the way. This is a one day blog hop that is sure to be full of Gremlins, Goblins, Ghoulies, Ghosties and witches on brooms. So be sure to grab your warm potion of choice and get ready to creep, float or crawl through our blog hop if you dare!

We have some wonderful sponsors for this hop so make sure you creep along to each participant and give them some praise to qualify.

They will be sponsoring a $15.00 Gift Card for the SVG Attic store

Pink and Main -
A free stamp set

They will be sponsoring a $20.00 Gift Card for the ScrappyDew store
I decided I needed something on my mantle so I made this plaque. I painted the plaque and then used vinyl in black and purple for the web, spiders and wording. When I was done with all that, I went back and used purple glitter Stickles to go around the very edge. This turned out better than I expected because it's not really what I was planning on doing when I bought the wooden plaque. Isn't it amazing how you start with one idea in your head and end up with something different when you set to actual work. 

Have you heard about the TEAL PUMPKIN PROJECT?

Basically, you paint a pumpkin teal and place it outside for trick or treaters to see. It's a sign for those with gluten or peanut allergies that your house is safe and that you will be giving out gluten and peanut free treats like pencils and coloring books. I just found about it last year and since my daughter has a few friends that have peanut and gluten allergies, I thought I would do it this year. I didn't paint a pumpkin but I made one to hang up outside. I got the pumpkin file from the Silhouette store. My pumpkin is over 12 inches high so he'll be seen hanging up. This is the original photo I took.

And here is my photo editing one. I just couldn't get the teal color to show up right. Grr, but I still like it.

Thanks for joining us on the scary journey of ghosts and ghouls and now it's time to hop ahead to Daphne's blog.

Complete line up - just in case.

1. Lisa -
2. Charmagne -
3. Sandy -
4. Connie -
5. Audrey -
6. Alicia -
7. Jearise -
8. Daphne-
9. Angela -
10. Jessica -
11. Anna -
12. Miranda -
13. Rhonda -
14. Holli -
15. Sarah -
16. Rebecca -
17. Theresa -


  1. Your plaque came out great! I love it :)

  2. great projects! I didn't know about the teal pumpkin, I don't get trick or treaters or I would use that! thanks for the information


  3. Like the pumpkin. Had heard & seen the teal pumpkin idea on the news. I have Hershey mini & some Halloween gummies to give out.
    I need to go ck out the stores to get some non-food items and make a teal pumpkin to hang up in window near the carved pumpkins
    my hubby carved.
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

  4. Thank you for sharing, I had never heard about the teal pumpkin. Your plaque are great. Happy Halloween!

  5. Nice job on your plaque! I had never heard of the teal pumpkin - cool idea. TFS!

  6. Love the flourish on the plaque. Have not heard of the teal pumpkin but will certainly do next year!

  7. Wonderful projects!! I know about the teal pumpkin. Pretty awesome that you made one!!

  8. I love how you layered the colors on your plaque. And your teal pumpkin looks awesome!

  9. Great plaque! That'll look so nice in your home. I just heard about the teal pumpkin...I think it's a great idea. You did a great job on yours.


  10. Your plaque is awesome and your teal pumpkin is so cute! I love them both!!

  11. What a pretty spider web! And I will have to make a teal pumpkin for next year. I just took the Demo one down at Hobby Lobby last night.

  12. Nice job. I love using vinyl for different projects and that one looks perfect for it.

  13. I never heard about the real pumpkin but that's a great idea! This year I gave out candy, toys. Pencils, bags and all kinds of goodies!!!

  14. Love your plaque. The pumpkins are really cute! Thank you so much for sharing!!

  15. Love the plaque. I just love how you can incorporate vinyl into home decor projects. Thank you for being a part of this hop with me. I look forward to you joining more of my hops.


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