Tuesday, September 20, 2011

There She Goes Release Week | Day Two

It's day two of the TSG release week. Today's stamp set is awesome! For those Holloween lovers this set has it all.

Halloween is a favorite crafting holiday, and Torico has made the celebration even easier with this cleaver and fun stamp set. With solid, as well as line art images, backgrounds and Halloween fun will be had with this stamp set. Four (4) different tree sizes, two houses, ghosts, bats, spiders, pumpkins and fabulous sentiments are just a few examples of what's included in this "Hauntingly Delightful" companion set.

Bugs & Hisses is 6x8 sized stamp set that includes 35 images and will sell for $24.

For my project I wanted to create something that I could give to my fellow teachers and my students. Although our school does not celebrate Halloween - the kids still love to get candy! They are going to love these.

Bugs-and-Hisses
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Get ready to celebrate the season with the hautingly fabulous Spider Web Border Die. With holes to make punching out the pieces easier, this is an easy to use and adorable die that will spice up any crafting project!

Spider Web Die is .625 in tall and 6 in wide and will sell for $10.

Would you like to win the Bugs & Hisses stamp set and Spider Web die? Here is what you need to do ~ visit the Trendsetter's blogs that are participating in this blog hop challenge and comment on their creations as you go. One of the Trendsetter's blog will be randomly choses as the "it" blog and a winner will be picked using a random number generator from the comments left on that Trendsetter's Bugs & Hisses / Spider Web Die Blog Hop Challenge post. You will not know which blog has been chosen so the more you comment on the better your chances are of winning new stamps! The Blog Hop Challenges will be open until 5 pm Eastern Time Saturday, September 24th with the winner being announced during the release party chat.

One random commenter from a per-determined Trendsetter's Blog Hop Challenge post will be selected to win. You’ll have till Saturday's Release Party to comment on as many Trendsetter Blog Hop Challenge posts as possible. The more Trendsetter posts you comment on during each Blog Hop Challenge, the greater your chances of winning! Be sure to check the TSG Blog Saturday evening after 9:00pm EST to see if you're a winner!


Theresa
Recipe:
Stamps: There She Goes (Bugs & Hisses)
Paper: Recollections (Midnight Magic)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black; Prismacolor Colored Pencils
Accessories: Shapeabilities (Fancy Tags); Cricut Art Philosophy (Close to My Heart); ribbon (Michael's); assorted candy!!

35 comments:

Jenny said...

So fun!!! I wish you taught my kids;) What a lucky bunch to be receiving these great gifts:)

daisy said...

what an amazing halloween project idea!

hugs
daisy

Jackie R. said...

FUN project idea! I'm sure the kids will really enjoy them!

Lisa H. said...

sooo,so cute! loove this gifty combo!

Sharon said...

These are great! Super fun idea, the children will LOVE them!

Annheidel said...

Cute treats!

PisforPaper said...

I'd love to find that in my trick or treat bag, so cute!

Maria said...

love project
marial302003@yahoo.com

Lynn Put said...

What a fun Halloween gift set! Very nicely done!

jan farnworth said...

awesome projects.

Chunyuan said...

awesome project. Thanks for the inspiration.

Anita said...

Adorable!

There She Goes Clear Stamps said...

What a fun project Theresa, your teachers and students will love them!!

Lisa Petrella said...

These Halloween treat packages are absolutely FABULOUS, Theresa!!! LOVE every detail!

Lee (LuvLee on SCS) said...

Look at you go girl!!! These are TREATalicious!!

crealotte said...

Nice Halloween project!!!

Crafty Math Chick said...

What a sweet person you are to make these for all of your students and colleagues (that is a lot of work!). Your treat container and candy wrapper are adorable and colorful (I like color!) my friend!
~Meredith

onecraftymama said...

Love these! How excited are all those kidlets going to be? *happy sigh*
The teeth on that little bat are so freaking cute I could give him a big hiss ;)

dinosaur said...

Lucky kids to get treats such as these, Very cute!

Raven said...

What a sweet idea, love it.

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

these are so adorable

Steph said...

what "sweet" little projects! love these :)

Cathy said...

Love the candy project. very cute.

Sassy said...

WOW! great project and to think you made one for each of your students and teachers

Sammibug said...

What a cute set! So sweet of you to make them as gifts, too!

Theresa said...

Great gift and fun, can I come treat or trick at your house? :)

June@I will craft said...

Love the candy wrapper - it is great how easy it is to dress up your candy treats.

Shannon White said...

Oooh, Love this Miss Theresa! So Cute Cute Cute! What super fun Halloween projects! I am sure your fellow teachers and students will just Love these! Great ideas and thanks so much for the inspiration Lady! 8-)

Hugs
Shannon

xxxtglxxx said...

Oh Yum! :) These are fabulous Theresa, the kids are so lucky.

hugs

xxalisonxx

Michele L. said...

Theresa,
that is really special you make them teats like that.
that's so sweet.
I felt like screaming with excitement today when I saw the first new die being released!!! OMG!!! and this is just the beginning of my doom!

Cheryl said...

What a cute gift. I love the treat box and the haunted house stamp is perfect with it. Fantastic ribbon--I may need to make a Michael's run. ;) That bug-eyed bat is so cute on the candy wrapper. I like how you have him on the white circle--like a full moon. Don't you just love that Midnight Magic paper?

bryansgyrl said...

I love the papers you used! I like the raised bat in front of the circle.

~Tammy~ said...

This is perfect for school goody treats! Just adorable!

Christy said...

How fun!! What great ideas!!

Shirley said...

What a fun fun card~! I love it and the fold too~ Very creative!