We're on to Day 3 of the SVG Attic Spook-Tacular Blog Hop!!!
If you've been hopping along all weekend then you've seen some pretty amazing projects from my fellow Design Team members to hopefully give you some inspiration for your Halloween crafting.
If you've just happened across my blog, go HERE to start from the beginning of the Blog Hop.
Here's the Line-up in case you get lost along the way:
Anna Dawn (me)
Don't forget that this weekend in honor of the blog hop you can save 30% off your total purchase at SVG Attic's store by using the coupon code "SVGHOP"!
Also there are some GREAT giveaways happening during the hop,
such as Gift Certificates at EVERY STOP along the way!
I am giving away a $10 Gift Certificate to SVG Attic to one lucky hopper!
I will choose a winner, via random.org, on Monday night and make the announcement Tuesday morning.
All you have to do is:
1. Become a follower of my blog
2. Leave a comment on my first blog-hop project HERE
Plus... If you leave an additional comment on today's and yesterday's blog-hop posts
you will be eligible for 2 EXTRA entries into my giveaway!
That's a chance for 3 entries to win $10 worth of awesome SVG's!!
Jessica will also be choosing one person to win a $30 gift certificate, and you have a chance at 3 entries for it!!
First entry: Become a follower of SVG Attic's blog
and leave a comment.
Second entry: Visit the SVG Attic facebook page and become a follower there too! Don't forget to leave a comment saying you did.
Third entry:Visit each blog in the line-up and leave a comment at each one!
For my first project I made coffins with candy skeletons inside. Which would be perfect as party favors for your Halloween Shin-dig, or super cute as invitations if you included a little card with the details inside!
For my second Spook-Tacular project I made a graveyard scene.
I used the chocolate skeletons and "buried" them in brownies for a Spooky Halloween Dessert!
Okay, on to today's project..... no skeletons or chocolate this time lol!
How about some cute, yet kinda spooky hanging lanterns!
Jack-O-Lanterns that is!!
I used the Spooky Treat Basket files for the lanterns.
The Jack-O-Lantern faces came from a couple sets:
The leaves and stems I used are from the Fall Celebration Kit.
I used the Spooky Treat Basket set to make the lantern part,
but instead of cutting the sides with lots of strips, like the file comes:
I altered it to make the long rectangle at the bottom taller,
and the strips shorter to become top and bottom pieces.
But then I decided that I needed to leave the top open a little
so I could get the LED tealights in and out. I made one of
the pieces hinged and took the strips off half of it to make a lid.
They fold up to be able to reach inside!
But if you want a good seal so the lights show up brighter you can
just tuck it down a little into the lantern like this.
I hope you've enjoyed yourself along the hop so far! Thanks for joining us this weekend!!
You're next stop is Jessica L.
And come back to visit next weekend when we will be participating in
another AWESOME blog hop featuring Peachy Keen Stamps!!