Welcome to our October Blog Hop featuring Jeepers Creepers Creations, they can be Halloween themed creations or creations using the Jeepers Creepers paper collection. To purchase any of the items seen in our blog hop today, contact your local consultant to place an order.
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If you have just hopped onto my blog, you can start here as this is a circular hop, and it so happens that I am the first stop moving from East to West. If you came from Kristine then you are in the correct place!
For my projects I decided I would use this cute stamp set, Monstrous Halloween (C1652) to create my creations for tonights blog hop. What is great about this stamp set is that it has coordinating Thin Cuts that cut the monster shapes out for me. No fussy cutting here.
This first card I used the Jeepers Creepers Lighting paper, both sides to create this fun Halloween card. I used 2 new colors, Pansy and Raspberry. I really thought it needed a little something else, so I added googly eyes to my monster.
This second card is a birthday themed card, and I used the colors found in the paper collection Jeepers Creepers. The sentiment is stamped in Tangerine and monsters are in Willow and Lagoon. The candy is Pansy and Raspberry.
My last project is a bag topper for Halloween treats that I will send to my children's classrooms. I continued the colors onto this also,
Your next stop on the Cross Canada Hop is Nicky.
If you get lost along the way, you can come back here to find the next stop.
Thanks for hopping along with us - we hope we were able to inspire you to get creative using some of the designs, products and techniques seen along the way. We hope you will join us again next month when we will be featuring projects created using our Colour of the Year, Seaglass. So mark November 15th on your calendars and hop along with us.