Saturday, October 6, 2012

October Fest Blog Hop 10/6 - 10/7

I hope you like it, at this time there will be no banner.

Isn't October wonderful! Crisp apples picked fresh from the tree, warm apple cider to warm your tummy on a frosty night, leaves of gold, red, brown fluttering to the ground. October is a wonderful time of year and this hop is a celebration of October and all the colors, smells, sights and sounds it has to offer. Hop along with our Krazy Crafting Crew as they show you their take on October and what it is for them.

If you happen to stumble upon this hop you can begin hopping at our host blog for this month: Jearise of Lorby's World ( She has a special give away for you on her blog. If you came from Robin at blog you are on the right track.

We also have a special sponsor by Scrapbook Stamp Society.

They would love to reward one special blog visitor with a prize from their store. To be qualified for their drawing, please comment on all participating blogs and let them know you have.

You can receive extra entries for following them on Facebook at ( and for commenting on the Scrapbook Stamp Society blog (

Now let's begin our hop...
My project is a Halloween countdown calendar, which candy can be added to each of the small envelopes, I made when I attended Scrapfest at the Mall of America. I took several workshops that weekend. What a blast it was.

Thank you for stopping by today and please continue on to Janet at

Jearise Havenga at
Lissa Marie  at


Sarah Biswabic said...

What a cute idea! I would have loved to have gone with you to that event!

Marianne said...

What great projects. Thanks for sharing.


Camille Short said...

Your countdown calendar is great.

Liz said...

I really like this idea and each calendar day is so cute

Ellen Jarvis said...

Very cute "advent" calendar ... or should I say, "event" calendar for Halloween. I love that idea, and may have to scraplift it! Nicely done.

Ellen ♥ CardMonkey

PaulaJ said...

cute idea! you must have had a blast at the event!

Lucy Kelleher said...

What a unique way to count down to Halloween! Love those papers too :) TFS