Friday, September 16, 2011

It's all about Crafty Sprouts and The Greeting Farm


Hi All. Welcome to the Crafty Sprouts Blog Hop. Today is a special double whammy day because it is release day for the 3 awesome sets Erika has created for you as well as it being Challenge day. This weeks challenge is a sketch challenge (Sketch found Here) and it is sponsored by the awesome Greeting Farm.

You should be hopping over from ZENI

I was in charge of featuring the Halloween Set "Totally Witching" which by the way, I totally love that title because replace the W with a B and you get something else. Lol!! But since I find all of Erika's stamp sets awesome I couldn't stop there. So I created one project per set.

First up is, "Have a Cool Yule" featuring "Mistletoe Kiss" from The Greeting Farm. Aren't these skunks adorable?!!??!!!


Project 2 is for the "Let's Go Blog Hopping" Set featuring Timmy Candy Corn from The Greeting Farm. He is just the sweetest little mouse. When I saw this I knew he would be perfect for this sentiment. He's already enjoying the candy :) And this is another example of how you can manipulate your images to be something else instead of the intended. He is a Halloween image (I think, lol) but he worked perfectly for this card. **This card is my DT Sketch card. I flipped the sketch. Remember that you can flip, rotate, etc the sketch as long as we get to see some of the elements.


And finally, my project for the "Totally Witching" set. This is a Squash Book that features many Greeting Farm cuties as well as several sentiments from the stamp set and some sentiments from "Monster Kisses", a set from Crafty Sprouts first release. This mini book is intended for you to add pictures, journaling and whatever else you may want to carry around with you. These books make great little minis that you can whip up for grandma, auntie,etc.

This is front of the Squash Book (size 4.5 square)
I used the Deconstructing Sketch 19 for the lo.


I created a collage for you as to not bombard you with pictures. The top left picture is an image of the book completely open. The bottom square is an image of a pocket that I added. Inside the pocket are 2 tags for pictures or journaling. You may also add tickets or other bits of paper in the pocket. Also the "Beware Monsters Inside" and "BOO" sentiments come from the Monster Kisses set.

I hope you found some inspiration today and you are ready to Shop, Shop, Shop!!! Click HERE to go to the Crafty Sprouts Shop.

Remember that several winners will be chosen from all comments left on Preview Days (3) and the Blog Hop. Make sure you leave bloggy leave here, my DT sisters, the Guest Designers and Mrs. Crafty Sprouts herself.

Leave a comment telling me your favorite costume (it can be yours, your child or a costume that you would want to use. For example: a favorite costume for me is of Lucy from I Love Lucy in the Paris Gown episode. I haven't dressed up like that but i definitely want to).

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Thanks for stopping by!

37 comments:

Kate said...

My favorite outfit is a Renaissance girl. I can't wait to see your project.

Hugs
Kate

Patti Ross said...

My favorite costume was a witch. I dressed up and rode the bus with the kindergarten class! Then the whole class came back to my house for a birthday party for my son!

Patti Ross
rossfam@wildblue.net
www.pattilynncreations.blogspot.com

Kristi said...

Hope all is well! My fave costume..well all the ones my Nieces and Nephews wear! Always so cute! Hugs♥

StephanieR said...

My favorite costume was my son's very first Halloween costume, we dressed him up as a little pumpkin and he was just too cute!

Scrapnatic said...

My favorite costume was a little lion costume that my son were when he was 3 months old.

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Kathy Salido said...

I think my favorite costume is the homemade Teenage Mutant Turtle costume I made for my son when he was about 4 or 5. He is 26 now, but that was the coolest costume!!
Kathy
http://3spoileddogs.blogspot.com/

Mary said...

When my son was 3 he was dressed as Barney, the purple Dinasaur and was simply adorable!! He is 20 now and cringes everytime it is brought up and i love to bring it up cuz it was sooo cute.

Mary
www.marebearscraps.blogspot.com

Edwina said...

My favorite is seeing children in animal costumes.They are so adorable. I don't dress up for Halloween, but I love greeting the kids at the door. I look forward to seeing your project. Hope all is okay there for you. Edwina Brown edwinabrown@comcast.net

littlen said...

my favorite costume/s was the year i made pirate costumes for all of my grandkids. so cute.

jessica said...

hope everything is alright!
My favorite costume is my boys dressing up as Power Rangers. They were so but the best part is when they were the Power Rangers~they actually thought they had all the powers :)
Boys being boys!!
I will be back later to see your project!
jessica
chick-n-scrap.blogspot.com

itzel said...

My favorite custome was from my daugther on the day of dead(Mexico)she use the Catrina Custome. I can´t wait to see your project.

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Holly said...

My favorite costume is one that I want to get for my son. Last year Pottery Barn had a milk carton costume and my son is allergic to dairy so I thought that if I could get it for him it would be so cute on him. There is nothing scarier than what you are allergic to.

Hope you get your project up soon. I will come back to check it out.

Holly

hollyshobbie at gmail dot com

Creative Diva said...

I look forward to checking back later to see your amazing project. My favorite costume which I hope to put together this year is the Mad Hatter but turn it into a girly version since I bought the Minnie Mad Hatter Hat at Disney a month ago.

Hugs,
Patty
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Carla said...

My favorite Costume is my Renascence lady costume... it is really pretty and makes me feel like a princess, plus I love history.




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Patti B said...

One of my favorite costumes is ones I made for my daughters on year for Halloween and they were Barney and BabyBop. They were adorable.

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lovescrapreflect said...

mine was a 80s chick so fun calebwmartin@yahoo.com

Mommy's Crafty Creations said...

I will stop by later tonight to see your project. My favorite custome would be the one that I put together 4 yrs ago. It was Wednesday from the Adams family.

Veronica
mommyscraftycreations.blogspot.com
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Tanya said...

My fav costume .. Freddy and Wilma Flintstone!! I would LOVE for hubby and I to dress up.. GROOVY!!! Can't wait to see your project!!
Hugs,
Tanya

Amanda said...

Well, my favorite costume is the crow costume I made for my son when he was 2.. I was a scarecrow and he was my crow :0).. I can't wait to stop by later to see you project...

Scrappy hugs,
Amanda :0)
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Cheryl Winget said...

I had a great "old lady" costume that I dressed up in and visited my kids' elementary school. The costume was so good they had no idea it was me, even when I talked to them!!! LOL

Celeste said...

I loved when my daughter dressed up at Dorothy from Wizard of Oz..... hope all is well with you... Can't wait to see your project.

felkatz said...

awww i know how unexpected things happen!

Fave Halloween costume? Gosh a Curandera! LOL which translate into a Mexican Folk Healer.. I know..but hey we had to be creative.. always wanted those costumes those kids bought at the stores but we had homemade ones! :/ still loved it! we had fun!

kathy

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

I'll come back to check out your project! My favorite costume was a pumpkin when my daughter was an infant!

Alisha said...

My favorite costume was I wore my dads sailor uniform. that was a fun year.

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McVic said...

cant wait to see it!
kacee

callyannc said...

My fav was a clown that my mom made! Be back later! TFS CallyAnn

lydiawalker said...

i dressed my little boy up as superman last year xx he was sooo cute xx

stefeni said...

I made a Princess Peach costume a couple years ago. Though I look ridiculous as a blonde :)

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Crafty and Green said...

I have lots of favorite Costumes. Although my ultimate favorite was when my daughter was an infant, I got her a hotdog costume b/c my hubby is obsessed with Hot Dogs. Makes me giggle thinking about it!!

Many Blessings,
Tina

http://craftyandgreen.blogspot.com

Ive_Boricua_Girl said...

Hard question girl.. I just like the princess costumes for all my nieces.. seen them using there imagination..

Will hop back later to see your project..

Ivette_aviles@yahoo.com

Michelle said...

Okay, my favorite costume was my daughter as a bumble bee. She was sooo chubby and she looked so cute!

Looking forward to seeing your card.

hugs,
Michelle

http://michelles-crafty-creations.blogspot.com

Darlene said...

My favorite costumes were the Crayola crayons I made last year for my husband and me so we could match our daughter. I hope to be able to check back before Monday.

OmaGloria said...

My favorite costume was my grandson's second Halloween. He was a ninja turtle with a hard shell and all.

scrapperbecka said...

Great projects! My favorite costume was when my daughter was a baby and she dressed up like Tinkerbell, it was sooooo cute!

Kathy Salido said...

Your projects are adorable. I especailly love the card with the skunks!!
Kathy
http://3spoileddogs.blogspot.com/

Jennifer Shults said...

These are all wonderful! I love your squash book! That is just too cool! Thanks so much for joining us for this week's Deconstructed Sketch!

Percilla G said...

Wow - fabulous
I have never seen a squash book before and I will be returning to see if I can make one
Love the bright colors
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