Saturday, October 27, 2012

Happy "Owl-A-Ween" Blog Hop Oct. 28


Welcome to the: Happy "Owl-A-Ween" Blog Hop! We're giving you 2 days to hop, so relax, take your time and enjoy hopping through all of the fabulous projects.

We have some of the very best crafters showcasing their projects using an owl with a Halloween theme! You will see cards, layouts, altered art projects and more! We hope that our projects will inspire you to get crafty! If you're here from Elicia's page then your in the right place! If you just happened upon my page and would like to hop from the beginning start over at Suzanne's page. Here's the full line-up in case you get lost along the way:

Nancy {you are here}

A grand prize will be sponsored by: Zannie Berry


To be eligible to win the grand prize, you must visit all of the stops in the hop, become a follower of each blog (if you're not already), and leave a happy comment on each site! 

The grand prize winner will be announced on November 1.
For my project I tried something new for me. I picked out a 3D lantern from Silhouette and filled each window with a Halloween scene, including of course a couple owls! This was a really fun project and I'm pretty happy with the results, so success, lol! And what could be better than this: when my son saw this he said "That has to be the coolest thing you've ever made! It's Beast!". Accolades like that from a 10 year old...who could ask for anything more, lol! I hope you enjoy it too:











 Recipe:
Recollections Paper
Silhouette Cutting Files
Tissue Paper
Chalks and Inks
Martha Stewart Ribbon
Cameo
I hope we've inspired you in someway today! Have a Happy Owl-A-Ween!! Now you're off to the very talented Vanessa!

~there's always a story
Nancy :)

23 comments:

  1. I love this idea. This lantern will be a great decoration on a front porch. Thank you for sharing your creativity with us!

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  2. Isn't is great when we go outside our comfort zone? And to receive accolades from our kids? Awesome job on the lantern.

    Melissa
    iamapapermaniac.blogspot.com
    scraplady202@gmail.com

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  3. Nancy this freakin rocks it girlfriend great project

    Happy Owl-a-Ween

    Cathie
    scraphappycat@gmail.com

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  4. Супер. Очень понравилась идея.

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  5. awesome projects... I am a follower and an email subscriber.
    Thanks for the chance to win candy.
    adventureofthecreativemind.blogspot.com

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  6. Oh, my gosh. That is so beautiful. It is a piece of art! Wow, so amazing! Thank you for making such an awesome project for this hop!!!!

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  7. Wow this is so wonderful! Great to be on the hop with you.



    Tara

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  8. Nancy: Wow, what an incredible project. Neat way to incorporate your owls. We're new GFC followers.

    ~Beth & Emily

    Motherandaughterdesigns.blogspot.com
    Mddesigns_11@yahoo.com

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  9. this is AWESOME!! its just so cool I love the colors you used and man this is sooo cool thanks for sharing im a follower
    -jamie
    babyblueangel_30@yahoo.com

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  10. WOW!! That is amazing! Great job!

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  11. Your lanterns are really cool. I love the spooky owls and other fun Halloween shapes. Thanks so much for sharing.


    racincrafts at aim dot com

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  12. OMG!! You have a fabulous project! I love love love it!!
    xoxo Charity

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  13. Wow, awesome lantern!!!! I agree with your son..."it's beast!"

    scrappyjene @ gmail . com

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  14. love your project!!! How neat...Just signed up as your newest follower...
    glad to be on a hop with you!

    robin
    http://cutonedesignsbyrobin.blogspot.com/2012/10/happy-owl-ween-blog-hop.html

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  15. great lanterns, I love them! You can do amazing things with the Silhouette!
    TFS!
    ClaireR
    Three Waters Creations

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  16. OMG that is such an awesome creation, I bet it looks amazing lit up.

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  17. Holy cow batman this is juft freakin amazing! I am going to have to look for this file for sure. You did a great job on it!....Love it!

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    1. Thank you Jenny! The lantern shape is called Basic Lantern in the Silhouette store. The black parts are also Sil. files that I re-sized to work in the openings. I glued them onto regular tissue paper then adhered the tissue paper onto the inside of the lantern. Glad you liked it, hope you have fun making your own.

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  18. I was just at the Spooktakular hop and I like to scroll down too... LOVE your project!

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  19. These are amazing Lanterns. I love them. Wish I would have thought of this.
    Sarah
    craftingwithsarah.blogspot.com
    craftingwithsarah@gmail.com

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  20. Yes, it's BEAST!! LOL Love that you have a different scene on each side. Great job for your 1st one!! msmith38652@gmail.com

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Thanks for taking the time to comment, reading them makes me smile!! :D