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Friday, October 1, 2010

Halloween Blog Hop ~ Day 1

Welcome to three days of exciting Halloween projects during this spooktacular weekend hop. Some are fun and others may be spooky. We hope you enjoy every crafter's site and find a project that you may be able to use this season.

You should have arrived by Jen at The  Purple Scrapbooker. If not I am glad you are here, but be sure to visit her too. We do not want you to miss any cards, projects, or layouts.


Here is the complete blog hop line up so you won't get lost: 


My first project is...
Trick Or Treat Goodie Bags
I cut out 17 bags at 5 1/2" from Plantin Schoolbook (page 80). I used various Halloween colors.
This is what the bag looks like once it is assembled.
Then I cut out various shapes from Mini Monsters, October 31st, Doodlecharms, and Potpourri Basket at 2 1/2" using all the scrap pieces from the 12 X 12 sheets I used to make the treat bags. The colors all coordinated and now I have no waste.

These are the tags I made for each treat bag. I used 2 different stamps and 4 different ink colors. I used left over pieces of Halloween scraps from previous cards I have made to border the cardstock. I attached each tag with black and orange ribbon.

These are goodies that I picked up last year after Halloween for 75% off.  I am going to add some yummy individually wrapped candy once it gets closer to October 31st.  I think the students will love them!
Be sure to leave a comment each day for a chance to win a Halloween treat (unless you would rather a trick). Here are just a few of the treats. Tomorrow I will add a couple more sweets. And on Sunday, I will add the last ones.
I hope you have enjoyed yourself and be sure to head over to Dorcas at 4 Crafty Angels now for some more spooktacular Halloween treats.

Stay Creative,
Georgiana : )

97 comments:

  1. wow these are so cute, I have been working on something like this I like yours better, lol thanks for sharing and I am a follower already thanks for the chance to win Debbie

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  2. The bags are "spooktacular". I will be using this idea. You will be the most popular teacher on campus. Thanks.

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  3. I'm impressed! All I've accomplished is thinking about what I'd like to make for my boys classrooms! lol They look fantastic!

    Melissa
    www.disneydreamerdesigns.blogspot.com

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  4. These are really cute bags! Yes, the students will love them!

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  5. Im certain your students will love them, especially the sweet treats. Who can resist chocolate, not me that's for sure :)
    Jess M.
    Ps. What a great way to recycle the leftover scraps

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  6. What adorable bags! I'm sure the students will just love them :) TFS

    michelle

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  7. OMG these treat bags are ADORABLE! TFS!

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  8. Such a cute idea..... I may have to borrow that for Tommy's class party! They are really the perfect size!

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  9. I love this idea! I didn't know this cart had these baggies. Thank you for sharing. I will definitely do these.

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  10. These are GREAT!!! Your students will love them!

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  11. OMG...those are amazing! You always make the cutest things for your students. They are going to love these! Tfs and have a great day. :)

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  12. These are so cute! Thanks for sharing!

    Nicole

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  13. These bags are so cute! I will be back to see the rest of your creations.

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  14. These are really great goodie bags! I can't wait to see what else you have for the rest of the blog hop! Thanks for sharing!
    Lindsay

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  15. These are adorable. I love all of the different designs. Super Cute.

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  16. You always have the cutest projects. Thanks for sharing your talent with us everyday... not just for the hop!

    Cheryl @ CardsbyCG.blogspot.com

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  17. Wow you have been very busy very nice Ideal!

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  18. Those are so nice and I have used that cart before and made those bags. You have been very busy creating!! Thank you for shareing and have a great Day!!!
    ilovetonkinese2athotmaildotcom
    Rexann

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  19. Oh wow these are all so adorable! TFS, I've been wanting to make these!

    nicole.jeep@gmail.com

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  20. Your treat bags are absolutely fabulous!

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  21. These are great. I am making them also, but I have to make 25. Love the idea of using coordinating scraps. Thanks for sharing

    Burffrau @ aol dot com

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  22. that looks like a lot of work. Thank goodness for the cricut. It would be too much work to cut it all out yourself.

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  23. Your students must just love you! Cute project as always! I am already a followers, see you tomorrow. Have a great day.

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  24. very very cute idea, I might just need to do this for the kids in my daugthers class. thank you so much for sharing.
    NYGIRL1994@yahoo.com
    Tracy

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  25. I am amazed at all you did for the kids they will love them...and all the color are perfect..
    I getting out my cricut and Plantin cart now..
    The Scrapbooking Queen

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  26. Wonderful treat bag. The colors POP.. love them!!
    Thanks for sharing... can I be a kid?? hehehe

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  27. Some lucky kidos will get these cute bags!
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  28. thanks for sharing... love the blog hop too...

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  29. thanks for sharing... very cute!!!

    Lisa
    lamerlisa@hotmail.com
    http://lisakelly110803.blogspot.com

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  30. These are so cute! And I love that you picked up your stuff last year at 75% off...thats awesome!
    booger1@tds.net

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  31. Awesome treat bags!!
    ra6352 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  32. These treat bags are awesome. The students will love them. TFS
    stuff@gt.rr.com

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  33. What great idea, I loe it.
    TFS and the chance to win.
    Patty
    dreamcards@hotmail.com

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  34. nice project..
    love blog hops..
    thanks 4 sharing..

    listerville AT centramedia DOT net

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  35. Cute treat bags! And what a great way to use the scraps!

    kmgillon at yahoo dot com

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  36. What fun! TFS with us, I am now a follower, and will be checking back , love the blog candy goodies I see here!
    Bonnie C
    http://ascrapabove.blogspot.com

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  37. Wow cute idea! My daughters birthday is Oct 2 so after all the family parties her party with her school friends is close to Halloween and this year I am planning on crafting alot of party decoration and grab bag type goodies. I will for sure do some of these!
    Thanks I am hopping on to the next GREAT project!
    Karen dkolopez@msn.com

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  38. Love goody bags! These are extra spooky. tfs

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  39. great project - glad u posted it.
    keep up the great work!

    mcshamrock43(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  40. Wow! those are awesome goodty bags! the kids will love them! TFS

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  41. These are so super fun!! The kids will enjoy them so much! Great work!

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  42. Hi Georgianna Sweetie...
    These are just the most precious Halloween bags, and what a clever idea.

    I have 8 grandkids and I am always looking for something different to give them. I think I just found it. My oh my thank you for the wonderful share.

    Thanks for the wonderful Halloween HOP.

    Country hugs, Sherry

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  43. These are great! I made similar treat bags for my daughters class! I love the way yours turned out!

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  44. What great little party favors...super cute for the kids. Great job.
    Jen(jennyscards.blogspot.com)

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  45. These are great little treat bags! I don't think I realized that bag was on Plantin Schoolbook. Thanks for sharing!

    xloshellolx@yahoo.com

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  46. Great goodie bags! I love how you used your scraps to make the embellishments and tags.

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  47. those are wonderful and I love how you were economical with your use of paper which also made everything match so well!! You have inspired me!!
    ikennic at q dot com

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  48. Wow! You were busy! I'm sure the students will love them. They're wonderful.

    Jennifer

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  49. These are so cute. Perfect for all of the halloween parties at school and scouts. Thanks for sharing. Jen

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  50. I love all your Halloween bags, they are too cute.
    Minta

    Check out my blog if you get a chance.
    http://mintascreations.blogspot.com/

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  51. Oh my... you have been working hard! These treat bags turned out FABULOUS! I'm sure the kids will love them :)

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  52. SUper cute treat bags.. TFS

    Let me hop to the next one...

    ivette_aviles@yahoo.com

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  53. These little treat bags are so cute!!!
    HUGS
    Cristi
    scrappin5littlecupcakes.blogspot.com

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  54. Cute little bags! With all the new cartridges out sometimes we forget what little treasures are on the older ones. I am sure your students are going to love them!

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  55. Whoo hoo...I have Plantin Schoolbook and I'm making these bags for my CCD class for Halloween!! Thanks for the idea...my son (9 yr-old) is sooo excited to help me. You're so organized...and make it look so easy! :-) TFS!

    ~Sharon C.

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  56. Such a cute treat! Your students will LOVE them :)

    Emily (coolcricutcreations at yahoo dot com)

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  57. Great idea. I wish I had my cricut when my DD was in school. Holidays would have been much easier. She is 20 now and she doesn't need all the fun things. Keep up the good work.

    Laurie L
    llamoureux1964 at verizon dot net

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  58. These are too cute! I will have to make them for my kiddos.I think I can handle that. I only have 13 :$

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  59. Very cute bags that I'm sure the kids will love. Thanks for sharing.

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  60. these lil gift bags are super cute thanks for sharing and the chance to win!
    -jamie
    babyblueangel_30@yahoo.com

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  61. cute bags... definitly something easy to duplicate for all of the special neighbor kids for trick or treat time! I like that it won't be too hard with cricut and it really won't be that expensive. I have bags/tags cartridge. I might even use up some old spider stickers! You inspired my brain to get moving! Jackie

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  62. Love the treat bags! Such a fun way to add to an already fun holiday! :-)

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  63. Love the treat bags! Super cute!

    dmcarlisle09@gmail.com

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  64. Your bags look so good!

    Michelle dot watson 82 at gmail dot com

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  65. WOW...these are cute...i love them....tfs....

    Sweet scrappy hugs,

    Honey B

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  66. Super cute I love them:) Thank you for sharing. disneynut4life22@yahoo.com

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  67. Pretty darn Cute little boxes!......I needed these when I was driving School Bus for the special needs kids!!

    Thanks for sharing these!
    Shell~Alaska♥
    mlady2@ptialaska.net

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  68. So cute~ even though it looks like alot of work, so worth it!
    tfs
    Kim H
    rkrharris at comcast dot net

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  69. What cute goodie bags. I need to make some for a Halloween party we are having. Thanks for sharing and for a chance to win.

    stacy at mycraftingtime dot com

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  70. Your bags are too cute!!! Just adorable.
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    annadowdy at gmail dot com

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  71. What an adorable idea! Will have to try this for Halloween bags for my daughter's classrooms.

    Thanks,
    Rebecca

    BeckysArkParty@aol.com

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  72. I love these..wish my kids were still young lol.

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  73. I love the bags. I used that same cut for Valentines bags last year. The tags are fabulous

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  74. OMG I LOVE this! & I'm sure the kids will as well!!!

    vcampbell22@earthlink.net

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  75. Cute idea the kids will love them. Thanks for sharing.
    evinadas@yahoo.com

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  76. Your bags are so cute and I know the kids will love them.

    Marianne S.
    www.paperfabric.blogspot.com
    sthquilter at gmail dot com

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  77. The students will absolutely love those! It looks like you were mass producing them.

    Thanks for sharing!

    www.mandlramcreations.blogspot.com

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  78. Super cute goodie bags! The students will surely love them.

    spunkycrayon at yahoo dot com

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  79. cute goodie bags.. been getting lots of inspiration for my students!@!
    tfs

    felkatz at gmail dot com

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  80. love love love the treat bags...thanks for a great project and a chance to win.

    eadesmarjorie@yahoo.com

    http://auntiemargsblog.blogspot.com/

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  81. any kid (and adult) would love to receive these goody bags. Great giveaways
    Cherylann

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  82. LOVE THIS!! I think I will make a couple and ask my son's preschool teacher if she would like them for the class.

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  83. Such a great idea, I think I'm going to watch the sales after Halloween this year. Thanks so much for sharing your amazing talent! :)

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  84. I am so impressed with all that you create. Where do you find the time to get it all done is my biggest question???

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  85. Cute bags!! I'll have to make some for my students!

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  86. Thanks for sharing these super cute bags!
    ~Jewel
    blunt_agenda (at) yahoo.com

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