Sunday, September 19, 2010

"Anything But a Card" Angel Art Blog Hop

It's time for another Angel Art Blog Hop and I'm so excited to see all the fabulous creations. This month has the theme of "Anything But a Card." I made another Halloween treat holder and you can use it several different ways.

I was inspired by Lisa Somerville once again. I took her idea of a 3 test tube holder and shrunk it down. http://www.lisasomerville.com/2009/02/test-tube-holder-box-using-bigz-die-box.html

I used the Trick Or Treaters Stamp set for the little mummy and popped him up after adding a little grey tombow for depth. Aren't the googly eyes a fun touch?!

and how about instead of a candy treat, putting in chapstick? Wouldn't these make great stocking stuffers at Christmas? If you're interested in the pattern, please send me an e-mail: sbamethyst@gmail.com

What do you think? I hope you take the time to visit all the blogs below to see the other fabulous projects!

Rita W - http://ritascreativenest.wordpress.com/
Angela - www.angelakelley.blogspot.com
Lisa -  http://lisadwb-blessedbeyondmeasure.blogspot.com/
Carol - http://stampincarol.blogspot.com/
Shirley - http://glitteredpaws.blogspot.com/
Michelle - http://michellescreativejourney.blogspot.com
Chelsea Comer - http://www.inkystamps.blogspot.com

Thanks for hopping past my blog! Have a wonderfully creative day!

14 comments:

  1. OMG ... how cute are these! I love how they can hold a multitude of items!!!

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  2. Cute little holder!! Mine would ALWAYS be empty- I LOVE smarties, even more than Chocolate!!;-)
    The googly eyes are too funny.

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  3. Seleise - these are super cute and has so many possibilities! The mummy is fabulous and the google eyes are fantastic.

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  4. How cute - will have to see if there are directions on line. Love the little mummy.

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  5. You are such a smartie to use smartie candies! Great little snack holder! Perfect for Halloween!

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  6. Glad you found inspiration in my holders. Great idea to shrink the pattern down - they'd make wonderful stocking stuffers, or Secret Santa gifts!

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  7. This is so cute Seleise!! I love the size of it and the googly eyes are very cute too!

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  8. I think you are brilliant! LOVE the idea of chapsticks in them. That's what I'm going to do with the smartie holders we made. This is awesome though.....love it (yes, I'll take a pattern, lol)!

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  9. Lol...love those googly eyes! You always come up with the 'funnest' things for these hops! Great projects again, Seleise!

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  10. CUTE! I love that little mummy!

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  11. I think you are brilliant! Love the idea and the project is so cute!

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  12. Sooo CUTE! This could be used so many ways... You always have great ideas! TFS : )

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  13. Grand make ahead idea! I have a make 'n take workshop in a month where this test tube idea will be a total blast! from the past! especially if I am able to land some oldies flavors at Candy Town, a retro candy store carrying thirties to sixties brands and flavors. What a versatile gift idea. A papercrafted top/ lid slip over style would be so fine then all that would be needed is a ribbon wrap around long enough to tie in a pull apart bow/ retie bow closure. Secure for brothers' inspection! Well, for a few seconds.
    Keep looking UP!
    mt23stamper

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Seleise