Saturday, October 9, 2010

Halloween Blog Hop

Welcome to my blog! If you're here for the Haunted Halloween Blog Hop you're in the right pile of scraps! But if you just happened to find me, why not join all of us on this bewitching adventure. Jump on your favorite broom and fly over to Cricut Confessions and get started hopping!

Your arrival to my blog should have been from Esthrmend . Your departure should take you to All Things Crafty. But, before you go, get ready to be "bewitched!"

I've been busy brewing up a fun "Cricuting" potion for this event. It is magical! The ingredients: An Imagine, Avery Iron-on Vinyl for Dark Fabrics, a black t-shirt, October 31, Create a Critter and Imagine More. (Stay, even if you don't have an Imagine! Substitute a Cricut for the Imagine and colored iron-on vinyl for the Avery and Imagine More cart! Also, you can check my post on creating your own paper--just substitute the vinyl for paper by clicking here!)


And what would Halloween be without a treat? Leave a comment and random selection may choose you for some blog candy! But, no tricks!
Here is my very first video giving the directions for this shirt. It is in two parts, so be sure to watch both!

Part 1


Part 2
I hope that you enjoyed your stay! Come back whenever you are in the neighborhood. I'll have a fresh brew next weekend. So, as you travel on to All Things Crafty, don't forget to sort the scraps and generate the gems! Happy Haunting!

48 comments:

  1. Oh I love that shirt! What a fun idea! Thanks for sharing your project with us today!

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  2. love your video and cute project! TFS Rexann
    ilovetonkinese2athotmaildotcom

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  3. That shirt is just adorable! Thanks for posting the video too. I dont have an Imagine but I love what everyone is creating with theirs!

    http://nonnasscraps.blogspot.com

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  4. BOO Happy Halloween
    Rebecca Minor
    buzzybeedesignsATyahooDOTcom
    Thanks for the Haunted Halloween Hop

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  5. I am getting Imagine enabled here!!!!
    The t-shirt is arorable, and so easy to make! I bet your little grandaughter is going to look fabulous in it! Great job on the videos, loved the opening for them!

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  6. WOW!!! I have to say this was the best Cricut video I have ever seen! You explained everything so well and came across so professionally - fabulous job!

    Now, I want to go make a t-shirt for my kiddos! :)

    Oh! I'm now a follower too - great blog!

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  7. Excellent idea! Can't wait to try it now that you've done such a great job on this video!

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  8. Wow - I have GOT to try the Iron-on vinyl.

    sgroathemc.net

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  9. didn't know about iron on vinyl! So cute thanks for the great ideas!

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  10. What a super cute shirt! Great tutorial. I wish I had an Imagine!

    spunkycrayon at yahoo dot com

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  11. Love those halloween shirts..great job..

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  12. Cute shirt! Love the halloween cards further down on you page. Too cute.

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  13. this is awesome! (both the shirt and how u made it) thanks for sharing!
    -jamie
    babyblueangel_30@yahoo.com

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  14. great shirt!! I havent used the iron on transfers yet and am wanting to do so. thanks for the video!!!

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  15. Great idea! I'mgoing to have to try it, Thanks!

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  16. Wonderful tutorial!! Thank you for all the time you took for us.

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  17. I really like your t-shirt....hmmmm what can I do for my son???? Thank you for the idea.

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  18. I am starting to see what all the hype over the Imagine is! Your shirt is just too cute!! TFS!

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  19. Very neat idea!

    Come see my work....would love a new follower....:-)

    http://christysscrappin.blogspot.com/

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  20. That was a such a good video, good explanations, good effects, and I loved hearing your voice!
    Thanks for such an adorable project and realizing not all of us are sewing gifted.

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  21. Good Idea using iron ons for Halloween with the cricut.

    Sue
    rolfe974@prodigy.net

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  22. You must post a pic of your granddaughter wearing the shirt.

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  23. Your t-shirt is awesome! Can't wait until I can finally get an Imagine!
    qtme2003 at yahoo dot ca

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  24. love the shirt.. I don't have an Imagine yet. Still undecided. TFS

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  25. I really enjoyed your videos! That shirt is really neat! I think I need to try the hot vinyl soon...LOL!

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  26. Cute shirt. I don't have an imagine, but it looks interesting.

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  27. Hi Jeannie! Love the tee. It's so cute. And so is your blog. I'm a new follower. Thanks for going to all the trouble to post a video.

    Thanks for letting me enter.
    Hugs...Tracy :)
    cottonpickincute@hotmail.com

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  28. I'm so impressed with the t-shirt! I didnt even know you could do this stuff. Bookmarked for later.

    Thanks for hopping!

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  29. Your shirt is great! I bought some of the transfer stuff to try and haven't had the courage to do it yet...maybe today is the day.
    misha_113 at yahoo dot com

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  30. Cute shirt. I really loved your videos. They were some of the plainest easy to follow ones I've seen. In lots of videos the screen whites-out and you can't see a thing. I'm a new follower and I'll be back.

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  31. Im so here again today, but gotta go soon to go to work :(

    ilovetonkinese2athotmaildotcom

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  32. I forgot my contact info.stuff@gt.rr.com
    http://cricutmimi.blogspot.com

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  33. Cute shirt. Thanks for sharing.

    Mandy
    mjbaker at earthlink dot net

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  34. Very cute! Love th shirt.

    grammanisiof3@aol.com

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  35. Love the Halloween T shirt, I am going to have to go shopping! TFS the great video.
    http://jennyplace26.blogspot.com/
    If you get a chance pop into my blog you might like what you see and just start to follow me to LOL!

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  36. I love your t-shirt, so festive.
    Melanie
    Scrappily Ever After Blog
    www.arkmom-scrappilyeverafter.blogspot.com

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  37. Very creative! Thanks for sharing!

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  38. I don't have an Imagine either, but I did love your project.

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  39. Great idea. I will have to look for the transfer sheet next time I go to Wally World. I do have the Imagine and can't wait to try this out.

    Kathy
    Katsews at gmail dot com

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  40. Great project, I like that you used your I

    Michelle dot watson 82 at gmail dot com

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  41. Love the shirt! I don't have an I (yet) but you've inspired me to try iron-on vinyl with my E. TFS!

    Barb S.
    http://craftinginparadise.blogspot.com

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  42. WOW!! I'm not just saying this because we are message board pals -- I agree with the poster that said this was the best Cricut video ever! It was like watching a TV craft show! You have the most pleasant voice and are great at giving instructions. More please! :-)

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