I was working in the lab, late one night
When my eyes beheld an eerie sight
For my monster from his slab, began to rise
And suddenly to my surprise
He did the mash, the monster mash
It was a graveyard smash!
Connie Can Crop and her ghoulishly wonderful friends are so glad you could join us for this Monster Mash! We have so many frightful projects, you'll be screaming for more!
This is Day #2 of the blog hop, and we appreciate you leaving a comment for all of these talented creatures who are here sharing their ideas and creations. We are thrilled to death that you came back!
The zombies were having fun, the party had just begun
The guests included Wolf Man, Dracula, and his son!
We have three terrifying yet amazing sponsors and giveaways for this hop!
Creative Kuts is giving one lucky winner a $10 gift certificate to their online store. Be sure to check out their spooky SVG files! You can visit her shop here and follow them on Facebook here.
Lucy Kelleher is giving away this Frightfully Fun stamp set from CTMH.
Connie Wallenbrock is giving away this Mini-Medley Accents Pack from CTMH. Perfect for your Halloween creations!
What do you need to do to win? Easy . . . become a follower of each of the fabulous blogs in this hop and leave each of them a comment letting them know what you like best about their projects.
Then you can mash, then you can monster mash
The monster mash, and do a graveyard smash
Then you can mash, you'll catch on in a flash
Then you can mash, then you can monster mash!
You will have until 12:00 am Monday to finish the hop and leave your comments. Winners will be announced on Wednesday at Connie Can Crop. Be sure to follow everyone, and leave your spirited comments along the way!
Let's get this Monster Party started!
I thought I would share two projects with you today!
I love these pictures on my youngest son, Joseph, from Halloween 2010. He was in an Elmo stage, and he just made the cutest little Elmo! Everything on this layout is stuff I had in my stash, and the "October 31" stamp in the bottom left corner is a Teresa Collins stamp that I used black embossing powder on, then set with my heat gun.
I really used up some of my stash, because all this stuff was stash stuff, too! The patterned papers were given to me by my friend Barbara when I went to visit her in Kansas City last year. The candy corn strip is Recollections Bling on a Roll, the gems are remnants, the "Boo" in the upper right corner is from a piece of washi tape that I cut, and the sentiment is from the BugBites set "Magic Spells."
Up next is the lovely and talented Robin L!
Here is our complete lineup for Day #2 in case you get lost along the way:
11. Ashley <== YOU ARE HERE!
12. Robin L. <== GO HERE NEXT!
Thanks so much for joining us for such a fun day! Happy Haunting!