Saturday, September 18, 2010

Halloween Blog Hop

Hi Everyone !!! Are you ready for Halloween? If you just started the hop and want to start at the beginning or get lost along the way please click HERE.
You should of just came from the Scrappy Scavenger if you did your on the right track !!!
Today I have 2 giveaways which I will reveal at the end of the video, For an chance to win, please follow my blog and leave a comment on how you liked it......or not LOL... I will draw the winner Sunday night (tomorrow) so please check back!
Oh and towards the end of the video...I obviously cant talk LOL...sorry LOL

IF YOU LIVE IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA, WE WILL BE MAKING THIS AND 2 OTHER PROJECTS IN CRICUT CLASS TOMORROW, EMAIL ME FOR DETAILS !!!



The next stop on the hop is Kute Kassidy's Inking it up Crazy !!!!! Thanks so much for stopping by !!!

169 comments:

Scrappy Heartz said...

Very cute project Michelle! Can't wait to make one now!!

Debbie Chapman
HeartAMZ1@aol.com

jenniferreavis said...

This is adorable, I think I am going to make one for my classroom!!! Thanks for sharing!
Jenn Reavis
jenniferreavis@sbcglobal.net

liz said...

so cute! thanks for sharing, I didn't know Michael's carried the pre drilled ones!
liz :o)

Debbie said...

Wow Michelle this is a great idea, I love the look of it, and yes it would make a great table topper too, thanks so much for sharing this, I never did vinyl yet, but now you have inspired me to give it a try, and I have learned so much about shopping from Tangee and you, lol thanks again Debbie from
http://craftydeb-ddscrafts.blogspot.com/

Dina said...

I love ur project !!!! i want to make some now!!!

terriennz said...

I LOVE YOUR PROJECT! It's so inexpensive for years to come! And you can totally show it off on Halloween and know you made it and don't spend money on decor every year! :) TFS

Terrie B.
terriennz@att.net
crafteecards.blogspot.com

Kelly Rae said...

I agree with all of these comments. I would have it in my livingroom as part of my theme of decor! Thanks for sharing and a chances at blog candy, too! Kelly (kelly.schaefer@ymail.com)

Tricia said...

Fabulous as always!! I will have to try this one :)

Tricia (stbyrne@sbcglobal.net)

Manhattan Mandie said...

Love, love, love the project!!!! Such a cute idea! I'm heading to Michaels today for their scrapbook day so I will have to look for those blocks!!!

nanapuddin said...

Very cute, Michelle! Love it! TFS and a great giveaway. Great bloghop!

Nicole said...

Great project, good thing I'm going to Michaels today! TFS!!!
nicole.jeep@gmail.com

Raven B said...

WOW This is super awesome. I want to run to Michaels NOW! LOL super cute as always!
Hugs,
Raven
thatsmerb at gmail dot com

Jennifer said...

AMAZING! love this project. Great idea & project. Thanks for sharing. Love all your work you do.

have a great weekend

Bonnie said...

I had bought the glass block but never thought to do this with it so thank you for giving me an idea for my block. The little bag is too cute and would make an awesome treat bag for grandkids classroom treat

Valine said...

I ADORE this project! I'll def be doing this! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

Vicki said...

That's adorable. Thanks for sharing.

Pamela Pattison Lash said...

Too cute for words! This was a labor of love and a terrific idea. I liked your video with clear explanation of how to do this. Thank you so much for sharing this!

bfhenderson88 said...

I am addicted to spiderwebs!

~Heidi said...

Really cool project. tfs Love your blog! winterblue73@gmail.com

Heather B. said...

What a super idea! Love your blog and am a follower!

craftymom205 said...

Great project.

Pink Cricut said...

Great project Michelle! You are so creative!
http://www.pinkcricut.com

Janis said...

Wow. I've never done anything like this. You explained everything so well! And I love you showing the product boxes / bottles, etc - makes it easier to spot stuff like that in the store. Thank you so much for the inspiration! OK, I'm off to the next gal on the list. :) Janis northrose@slowar.com

Laura Lee said...

Wow I want to make one of these.... so cool....

Amanda Finamore said...

Very Cute project hun!!!! You could also make those for every occasion I'm thinking :)

TFS

bellascraftycreations@hotmail.com

johnnysgirl said...

Love this I did some for christmas with just lights, now I can use them for halloween too!!!

creative patti said...

I follow you blog already and love it!! Super Great Project!! So going to make a couple of these for myself and them some for my two sisters!!! Thanks for sharing.
pattig161@yahoo.com

TheCraftyKitchen said...

This is a great project, perfect to do a little decorating at your office! GREAT giveaways too! I've always wanted that spiderweb folder, but I've never seen it in stores!

WhichCraft said...

Hi Michelle!! you always have such great projects. I love it. I'm going to make a couple of deco blocks...:) Thanks for sharing and the great blog candy.

Liz
whichcraft@me.com

Ashleigh said...

Michelle, You are awesome TFS

aecopenhaver at gmail dot com

Michele said...

This projects is too cute! I love it I just want to go try it now! It gave me so many ideas. Thanks for sharing and thanks for the giveaway!

xloshellolx@yahoo.com

stampinscrapinT said...

Very Cute! Sorry I am going to miss this class tomorrow, but thanks for making the video

Melissa said...

I love this idea...and the fact that its safe with kids in the house...
msprry1008@yahoo.com

The Scrapoholic said...

Super Cute projects! TFS!

Hannah's Stampin' Nana said...

I love this project, endless possiblities

TFS :-)

Shelley

lostnwa98 at verizon dot net

Brenda said...

These are so much fun to make. Thanks for the video. Awesome chance at 2 giveaways

Candace Pelfrey said...

LOVE this Michelle! I think I'm going to Michaels today :)

Lezlye said...

Great Job Michelle! I too didn't realize Micheal's had those! Ohh I need that cuttlebug folder, I hadn't seen that one before!

mbchoj said...

OMg how cute love the 2 things you made.
mbchoj@aol.com

Tanya said...

Thanks for such a great project!! Great video!!
www.scrappinkymomma.blogspot.com

dreenie said...

this is fabulous!!! i just love it!!

MeMe said...

Awesome project. Love the bag.

Terry said...

that was so cool love that i have to get to michaels now lol

stefeni said...

What a great idea! The pumpkin is so cute and simple to make it seems! Thanks for sharing!

spunkycrayon at yahoo dot com

Scrappinbutterfly said...

awesome! Thanks for sharing the idea. I can't wait till I get some extra money so I can go get the supplies to make one. Thanks again!

Alma said...

GREAT JOB SISTER!!!! :)) I love it!!!!! =)

Cute Cricut Corner said...

Too cute, you ladies are so talented. TFS

hairdresser16 at aol dot com

Jenny Gibson said...

I love the block.

ghanice said...

Great Idea, save from year to year, Thank you
jman4@comcast.net

Patty said...

Thanks Michelle...LOVE your Block for Halloween. I did not know that Cuttlebug made a Spider Web Folder. Don't have that, would love to win it. Thanks for the chance....gotta hop!

Gayle said...

Very cute!! Love the block and how you made it. Love the Blog Hop also :) Thanks for the chance to win the halloween stamps and the Spider Web cricut embossing folder!!

Linda said...

wow you really out did yourself, those were awesome! I dont know if I could do something like that, but it looked better than what you would buy in the stores, no kidding, thanks for sharing! I also have that cuttlebug folder, love it! but would love a chance to win the stamp set, hard finding halloween stamps! thanks for sharing, loved it!

Dana said...

Cute project. I have seen the blocks used for Christmas but not for Halloween. I really like that a lot. Thanks for sharing.

http://iwycd.blogspot.com/

Cricut Me That said...

Michelle - I love it!! I am SOOOO going to get a few of those blocks - I'm thinking purple lights?? Thanks for sharing:)

~abbie over at cricut me that

eiyiyi said...

Great project Michelle ... I can see it out on my front step now! Thanks for the inspiration

eiyiyi@bellsouth.net

Lynda said...

So Stinkin' Cute. I LOVE IT!!!!

808Creator said...

Love it!! Wish we had a Michael's where I live. Thanks for sharing.

Mahalo,

Michelle - 808Creator.blogspot.com
mich.galvez@gmail.com

Debbie said...

WOW Love that idea. That block is so cool.
And I love the cuttlebug giveaway

debs31totes at gmail dot com

CindyG said...

Great projects, guess I will have to go shopping later. Love your giveaways. Cindy
cindy_gellhaus@yahoo.com

Marianne said...

Love the project, Michelle. Thanks for the tip to check in the soap aisle, I have been looking for some of the blocks. My home improvement stores can order them but I don't want to start with an entire case! Thanks for sharing.

Marianne
www.paperorfabric.blogspot.com
sthquilter at gmail dot com

llwstampin said...

I see a trip to Michael's in my future! lol This is fantastic. I follow you on FB, thanks for the inspiration!

llwstampin@aol.com

KathyB said...

Thank you for showing this project on the hop! I have wanted to try some of these glass blocks with etching and vinyl but had not really seen any instructions on it before now. Love your blog! You have a new fan! kathybessey@gmail.com

christys_scrappin said...

Thanks so much for sharing!

http://christysscrappin.blogspot.com/

Micia said...

already a follower :) I love your blog I think you ideas are really cute. I love the bag you made. I haven't ventured out yet with vinyl on my bug... I really do need to try it TFS ;)

Micia
yellowbirdcreation@gmail.com

Tracy (Jedi ScrapMaster) said...

I really like your Halloween light! I would love to have one of those lights on my mantle. I haven't played with the glass etching yet but I want to...now I may have to! :)
jediscrapbooking.blogspot.com

JD said...

Love the Halloween block! A definite addition to my projects-to-try list! TFS!

jennyplace2 said...

Wow what a great ideal, guess who'e going shopping tonight? Thanks for sharing, already a follower and love your blog.

Christy said...

I am so going to make this for halloween. I just gotback from Michaels...should have finished the hop before I went! Thanks for sharing your project!

Juicy Creations said...

omg i love the pumpkin decoration.. too bad i dont have a michaels in Hawaii.. thanks for chairing your projects..
juicycreations808@gmail.com

Jennie K. said...

Michelle, this is too cute. I have the perfect person who would like this project. Thanks for the opportunity to win the foam stamps and folder.

Lovebug Creations said...

What a cute project! I havent attempted anything like this but after watching the video I just might!! :) Thanks so much for sharing this!!

karen's korner said...

Show me the light! Fantastic project.

Stephanie said...

I love your project. I like that you showed exactly what products you used and where you got them. TFS You've got great blog candy. Would love to win either of them.
stuff@gt.rr.com

Heather said...

Great idea! I love your little spider bag!! Thanks for the chance to win!
ra6352 (at) gmail (dot) com

Altered by Jenn said...

Loved the video and project.

Kris said...

Great idea!!! Might have to try this...have one of those blocks downstairs that I wasn't sure what I was going to use it for. Thanks for sharing
Kris

penbrandy said...

My husband is really impressed and ready to make them....super cute....Thank you for sharing!!....Thank you for the giveaway!!!
Brandy

penbrandy at msn dot com

Craftygirl said...

What a fun idea. Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win.

craftsrgr8@yahoo.com

A Scrap Above said...

Thanks for sharing this with us,I simply LOVE using vinyl and my cricut, this was an amazing project. Love the blog candy, the spider web is too cute!! Thanks for a chance to follow you in facebook and blogspot!
Bonnie @
ascrapabove.blogspot.com

Wendy said...

LOVED the block idea!! Thanks for the fantastic idea and fun giveaways!!!

Love the spider web folder! I've never seen it!

Wendy C.
chloecsmom@gmail.com

janeskeepsakes said...

Cute project!
janejohnson13@wildblue.net

Kerry--Momma K said...

Great project Michelle! I will have to look at our Michaels for those blocks.
mommakcrafts.blogspot.com

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Great video! Love that pumpkin light! abusybee24atcoxdotnet

lisakelly110803 said...

love love love yoour project! Thanks for sharing!

slotr04-scrapjazz said...

Great Project!! I think I may try to make these for the kids' teachers. Thanks so much for your inspiration!!

slotr04 at yahoo dot com

Cathie said...

Hi, Michelle! I am enjoying my first blog hop ever! I love your Pumpkin light--it is adorable! I have never tried etching or vinyl with my Cricut--I have been enspired by your adorable Pumpkin!

IRW Dana said...

You always have wonderful projects. Thanks for the inspiration. papermemories4u(at)yahoo(dot)com

Denise said...

Cute block. I love the orange that you added to the front of the lights.

connellebreske said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE this pumpkin....i never thought to use the blocks like that. totally cute idea and may just have to use that for my sons birthday this year (its on halloween)

connellebreske@yahoo.com

craft dreams said...

Awesome !!! Gotta try this one ! Martha C.

mcaballerobrito@hotmail.com

Happy Scrapper said...

i looved the lantern...and i think it looks great with the black actually...i think it would be cute even for a front porch for trick or treating day!! tfs

nenaceli@gmail.com

Mad Crafter said...

This is really a great project Michelle. I loved your video. It is so much easier for me to follow directions from a video:) You did such an awesome job!!! TFS sharing.
~Madison www.funkycards.blogspot.com

Betsy said...

This is a really cool project! I've never tried the etching cream - or vinyl! This may be the inspiration that I needed to give it my best try! Great blog candy, too! Thanks!

Cricut Matriarch said...

Love the light!
Thank you for sharing and the chance to win!

cricutmatriarch@yahoo.com
cricutmatriarch.blogspot.com

Esmommy said...

that is too cute, and I happen to have one of those glass blocks just sitting collecting dust.. Thanks for sharing!!!
Tracy
NYGIRL1994@yahoo.com

Deanne Gutierrez said...

Such a cute idea - thanks so much for sharing your creativity!


Deanne G
dgutierez1@msn.com

mom2tayandbay said...

Wow! Great idea! Thanks for sharing. Blog hops are so much fun.
desaucier@bellsouth dot net

Celeste B. said...

Such a cute idea, I love it! TFS your creations!!!

Celeste B.
ccscards.blogspot.com
mctdbillman at gmail dot com

Rebekah said...

Such an adorable project!! So crafty!

calbekah@aol.com

The Scrapbooking Queen said...

Michelle what an adorable project love the lights and what a nice use of stuff you can get easily at your local craft shop...

The Scrapbooking Queen

Monica said...

I just loved that block! I received a Christmas version a year back. Love that block. I would love to make a halloween one. So is the vinyl black and that is white transfer tape? You made it sound so easy! I love my cuttlebug and don't have that folder!!! Thanks for sharing.

Rainbow said...

I like the block, I did not know what they were called before this. I am going to go to Micheals and look for one.

scrappynae said...

This is such a great idea! I saw these glass blocks at Hobby Lobby and thought they would be great. Thanks for the inspiration! :)
scrappynae@aol.com

tammy said...

What a darling glass block! I have decorated lots of glass block....didn't think I'd ever do more, but I LUV this idea, I am going to have to try it! Thanks for sharing!

tammyd0228atmsndotcom

Savahanna said...

What an awesome idea

christina said...

you are so very talented . Thank you for sharing !

Kristine said...

Love it! Thanks for sharing!

krissaxt at yahoo dot com

Angela W. said...

WOW!That is Great!!!! I'm going to make these for the fall festival for my son school. Thanks for sharing!

VeronicaA said...

The possibilities with that project are endless. I can really see it during the Christimas holidays. Thanks for sharing and the opportunity to win.

*BJ* said...

Love your glass block and that purse with the spider web emboss is so cute. *BJ* from the Cricut MB

Cherylann's "Outta-My-Mind " said...

Love the pumpkin, will have to make both my daughters one, will also make one for every holiday. Wonderful idea. Great giveaways.

The Paper Trail said...

i love your project, what a great idea!
NadiaP

Tricia said...

I LOVE this idea. I can see them lining my porch, so cute.
I also love the cuttle bug folder. I think I need that one. LOL Thanks for sharing.
Tricia

Lynn B. said...

This is really cute. They would be great presents Thanks for sharing.

Kelly said...

Love your project and your ideas....Thanks!

SueNJ said...

Holy mackeral. I love this and think a Christmas one would be excellent! :)

Thanks for the fun!

Happy Scrappin'

Sue

http://susanascorner.blogspot.com/

Shirl said...

Too cute! I want to get some of those- I've been eyeing the ones that Uppercase Living has because they are plexi-glass.

I'm a follower- well actually a stalker as I'm here on a daily basis :)

imkksmom at gmail

Thanks for great ideas!

Debby said...

I have seen these done for Christmas to but with Vellum instead of Vinyl. Love this. I have looked all over for those glass blocks and can't find them where I am.
angel hugs
Debby

Theresa said...

The video is great...thanks for sharing. I just followed your blog too.I love the pumpkin, and like a lot of the others posting, would do for other holidays too.

Sonia said...

very nice idea and is some that can be used over and over thaks for sharing

Cindy said...

SUPER CUTE!!!! What a Great Idea and thanks for sharing your talent!

Kitty said...

Super cute project. Thanks for sharing
Casandra

WAM Family said...

Oh Michelle, thank you so much for sharing the Deco Block project. I love it and yes, no mess sounds fantastic. Halloween is my DD's favorite holiday. Yes, even more than Xmas. lol She is a Friday, October 13th baby and Halloween has stuck with her for the last 10 years.

You have a wonderful blog and I truly enjoyed surfing around it. I look forward to seeing more of your talent.

Kathryn

Jessica said...

This is S-P-O-O-T-A-C-U-L-A-R! Colorful and fun. Thanks for sharing and a chance to win!

Jess B.
thatzuneek@gmail.com

crazyaboutcricut said...

Michelle, this is so AWSOME! I'm so honored that you're doing the hop with me and providing such great inspiration. You're the best :)

www.crazyaboutcricut.blogspot.com
crazayaboutcricut at hotmail dot com

My Creative Time said...

Your project is FABULOUS!! I LOVE it!! GREAT job my friend!~
Big Gypsy Hugs,
Emma;)

jayma15 said...

I never would have thought about the colored cello paper! Thanks for the hints, adorable project!

spunkygirl61@hotmail.com

Katt said...

I can't wait to give this a try! Thanks for the tutorial!!

Roxie said...

Such a cute idea. I will have to give this a try

kruzr87 said...

Very cute. Nice tutorial. TFS! I've been looking at a lot of the Cuttlebug embossing folders on several website the last few days. I can't believe I didn't see the spider web. That is fantastic!
kruzr87@yahoo.com

scrapBugz said...

Very cute and enjoyed your blog. Liked very much. Thanks for sharing.

Mandy
mjbaker@earthlink.net

Kards by Kathi said...

Not sure if I an too late, but I am here. Great blog and terrific hop.

Josie0602 said...

Loved the pumpkin block and the video!

http://scrappininthewoods.blogspot.com

paperscissors said...

i love this project and can imagine making a few of them even one for my classroom as the students would rnjoy the sensory experience of feeling the frosted block and the smooth vinyl face and seeing the lights aglow! the students are special needs and sensory objects are so appealing. i am now a follower! i love blog hops as they take me places i might never have found!

Wendy said...

I absolutely LOVE your project!!! I've always wondered about those bloks, thanks for explaining how to use them. It's very CUTE, as well as the little gifft tag!

Sadie said...

Thank you for the darling idea. I was looking for something different to put on my desk at work. This will be perfect! I cant wait to get started.

crafty queen said...

I have always wanted to do one of those glass blocks. Thanks for showing me how.

littlen said...

Great project. TFS. Hve become a follower.

Kim H said...

Since I am new to all this I have never seen this before! I love that glass blog idea! I am going to do this for my son's room. He sleeps with a night light and this he would love!
tfs
rkrharris at comcast dot net

DREAM CARDS said...

I love your project....great idea !!!
TFS
PATTY
dreamcards@hotmail.com

CastleKat360 said...

I'm a new follower, and I am glad I found you, I am doing this project!!!
Thanks, Kathy
CastleKat360@aol.com

pjritsema said...

That is way toooooo spooooookily cute! I need to search out Hobby Lobby this week and see if they have anything I can work with! pjritsema@comcast.net

M. Michelle said...

I think its cute!! I like the pumpkin light! Too cute! Gona have to try this project...

M. Michelle D
SuperScrapinMomOf2 at yahoo dot com
http://superscrapinmomof2.blogspot.com/

LIttig Family said...

Your project is adorable, thanks for sharing and for the giveaway.

Vana63 said...

OMGosh, your project is Adorable! Ive done something similiar with xmas lights and small glass vases but I didnt know about the Deco Box with its plastic removal bottom :-) Thanks for a chance to win too!

granny said...

What a great project! I had not seen a Deco Box before, so I will be off to Michael's to see if I can get one. You are such a great teacher! Your video is easy to follow, so I think I will be able to use your video and make one for myself :-) Thanks also for showing all the items you used do they will be easier for me to find in the store. I appreciate the time and effort you invested in making this a successful hop! It has been so much fun and I have learned so much!
Genelle
brown7444@bellsouth.net
grannysbullfrogsandbutterflies@blogspot.com

cowbelleru said...

Cute blocks, Michelle. I used a block and made a baby night light for my new Grandson.

Karle said...

i love the light. i have seen them before but it was christmas. halloween is great. ty xoxo cake35@comcast.net

Cheryl Gaffney said...

Love these blocks, I've made them for Thanksgiving and Christmas but Halloween ones look oh so fun!

Thanks for the inspiration!

Cheryl @ CardsbyCG.blogspot.com

spelsue said...

Thanks for sharing the project! I loved it and will be picking up a block or two to do myself.
spelsue1@maine.rr.com

Martinje23 said...

Great Project. Thanks for sharing.
martinje23@aol.com

Amee said...

I never thought to use a deco box for halloween! Or anything else really except for what my mom has it for. She got one that has white/clear lights in it and has ribbon around it to look like a gift. She puts it by something on the floor in the living room to make it look like an extra gift that happend to find a different home than under the tree!! haha Great project! My ears perked up when you said pumpkin carving cartridge, I just picked that one up this week at M's by me it was the second to last one they had!!

Karen S said...

What an awesome project -- I love it -- I made potpourri jars with Christmas lights -- these are just too cute -- have to make a fieldtrip and get supplies to make some! Thanks for sharing your talents! You are another Rock Star! I am a follower and I can't wait to see what's NEXT!!!! Happy Halloween

GiGi said...

This is soooo cool! I think I'm going to try one of these lanterns!
booger1 at tds.net

pattyk said...

Your lite is really cute.just became a follower. thanks

Connie said...

Love your project!! Great gift to give someone.

connie.kirchner@yahoo.com

Paula Puckett said...

Didn't know Michaels carried this predrilled block! I'm a 50 minute drive from the nearest M's but, your project has lit a fire under me! I'm gonna drive over to Avon this week! Love your blog and I'm a new follower. I'll definately be back. After all, I've got to watch the video again!

JANLYNN said...

I am in love with this idea. I am going to have to try it for sure. I hope I can find the block somewhere. The closest M's to me is about 100 miles away from where I live. Thanks for shareing a great project.

Suzy said...

Adorable!!! I'm gonna make one for my daughter's room :D
already a follower here. TFS!

Carol E. said...

Very cute project. Thanks for sharing.

Jennybean said...

fabulous project, loved the video!

Vanessa said...

I absolutely LOVE your project!!! Thanks for sharing. Following your blog, can't wait to see more of your ideas!

vtorres7905@gmail.com
http://justmevani.blogspot.com/

Carrie K said...

This is very cute!! I am going to have to make one!

SherriC. said...

Michelle, I love love love your glass block pumpkin, I love etching glass, I am new to yyour blog, and so glad for this hop, I will be back often, can't wait to see your future projects....
brodiec88 at hotmail dot com

Got2BCrafting said...

Thanks so much for sharing this awesome project! I need to make one for sure!
Lori
http://got2bcrafting.blogspot.com/
tahoe_luvr at yahoo dotcom

Melissa said...

Michelle, I absolutely love your project! What a clever idea!

Melissa
www.disneydreamerdesigns.blogspot.com

Jamiecrafts said...

love this idea, wish i had a mike's nearby :(

Corina said...

I love this project, thanks for sharing. Iam going tomorrow to get this block and etching cream.

cstaat said...

I loved the idea, just watched it today 8/14/11. Keep up the good work!