Sunday, October 30, 2011

Harvest/Halloween Blog Hop with The Robin's Nest Design Team


It's blog hop time again and this is a fun one!  If you have come here from Clare's blog you are on the right track.  If you just happened by and found the hop welcome and please go to The Chattering Robin's blog to begin the hop and go through all the blogs listed until you have returned to here.  There is blog candy being given away so you must hop through all of the blogs and leave a comment, as well, as follow all of blogs.  By becoming a follower of every blog you will have the chance to win a nice prize from The Robin's Nest from each design team members blogs and one grand prize winner chosen off the Chattering Robin's blog will receive a big prize.  You must be a follower of all blogs in order to be eligible for any of the smaller blog candy and the grand prize candy. 

I love making luminaries for the holidays and placing them around the house with battery operated tea lights in them. This is one that I did using products from The Robin's Nest for Halloween this year. I love the sparkle that is added by the chipboard frame and glitter bats on the paper. It makes it look spooky even when the lights are on! Have a Happy Halloween everyone!

Products From The Robin's Nest:

Glitter Purple Bats Cardstock
Flame Dew Drops
Dew Dew Glue
Purple Glitter Chipboard

If you get lost along the way here is a complete listing of all the Robin's Nest Design Team to help you find your spot again:

Chattering Robin's blog- www.chatteringrobins.blogspot.com/
Terri Sproul blog - http://www.terrisproul.blogspot.com
Becky Conley: http://www.beckyconley.blogspot.com/
Tenny Kusuma: http://createwithtenny.blogspot.com/
Kristin Keller:http://scrappingmamahen.blogspot.com/
Michelle Cummings: http://faeriedustdreams-michelle.blogspot.com/
Irit Shalom: http://iritshalom.blogspot.com
Gini Cagle: http://www.ginicagle.blogspot.com/
Jan Hennings: http://papercraftpleasures.blogspot.com/
Clare Dempsey: http://www.cricutcraftyclare.blogspot.com/
Peg Rounds: http://www.pegscraftingcorner.blogspot.com/           You are here!

30 comments:

  1. I am Batty over your Bats projects. Now a Follower.

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  2. nice project. thank you for sharing.

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  3. Very Cool idea!! Love the bats, haven't seen many of those on the hop! Thanks for sharing your great ideas!

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  4. Another project I've been wanting to try. So much fun!

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  5. Wonderful idea. I like luminaries, too. This really adds to the festive spirit of the holiday.

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  6. Great luminary. Happy Halloween. I'm following your blog.

    ShersL84bed@aol.com

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  7. Cute project. Love the bats shining through.

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  8. Love your project....It's pretty. TFS.

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  9. nicely done! I love luminaries :o) TFS

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  10. love the luminary! What a great idea to use the battery lights so you can use them indoors!

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  11. i too like luminaries,the bats look great.

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  12. so so cool great project..TFS!!!


    cathie
    scraphappycat@gmail.com

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  13. I love the lighting effects! Very Cute

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  14. I love your purple and black Halloween Luminary! Its so adorable, glitzy and functional, too. Happy Halloween : )

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  15. Well this is wonderful and fabulous work of art.

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  16. Love your blog bats and love how it lights up! So cool!

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  17. This is a great luminary. Aren't the little battery operated tea lights wonderful? Thanks for sharing and I am a follower. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

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  18. Cool looking! I may have to drive over to your house and see if you have these out tonight.

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  19. How creative are you? Love it!

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  20. I have never made a luminary before. Delightful idea!

    I am already a follower of your blog. Stop over to my blog sometime and give me a shout out!

    http://lillianchild.blogspot.com
    lillianchild at cox dot net
    http://pinterest.com/lillianchild

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  21. I also love luminaries and hadn't tried to make one myself. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  22. Love your project. The bats are so cute. Battery candles are the way to go. TFS Already a follower.

    Babe
    youiesmom@att.net

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  23. I love the purple bats, this is wonderful

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