Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Samantha Walker October Creative Team Blog Hop!

You should have arrived here from Jennifer's blog...

If this is your first stop, be sure to head over to Samantha Walker's blog to start at the beginning!

This month one lucky winner will receive the fabulous

AND be sure to look extra closely at Step #4 to learn how you can get this FREE SVG and Silhouette Studio file:
To enter, just leave a comment on Samantha's blog during October 10th through October 14th. The winner will be announced on Samantha's Facebook page on Monday, October 15th. 

For additional entries:
1. Receive an additional entry for commenting on each of the other blogs in the blog hop.

2. Go here and follow Samantha Walker's blog 

3. Follow her on Facebook

4. Sign up for an e-mail subscription to Samantha's blog and you will automatically receive a link to a free SVG cutting file that you can download and use on your personal electronic cutter. If you are already a subscriber, just enter in your information in the secure form on Samantha's blog!  The free files will be e-mailed early next week!

To receive the additional entries and get the the free files, mention in your comment on Samantha's blog that you have done so! 

WOW, that is 12 chances to win!   How awesome is that!?  


For this month's Blog Hop the Creative Team has 

been working with a Halloween theme and today I have a 
SPOOKY home decor project to share!

I have created an 8-1/2" x 11" Spooky frame using the 
following Samantha Walker products:

5 Piece Shape Set Silhouette Store
Halloween Washi Tape Word Silhouette Store
Skull Cameo Frame Silhouette Store
Digital Cuts or Masks Halloween Cameos Coming Soon to

Paris Girl 6x6 Collection

Paris Girl 12x12 Collection

Isn't it Spooky!?

1.  Trim green cardstock to fit on the outside of the frame, leaving a 1/4" border.
2.  Cut the shape from the 5 piece shape so it fits the length of the cardstock.
3.  Cut the Skull Cameo to fit within the shape.
4.  Cut a second Skull Cameo, trimming away the frame.  Ink the skull with charcoal ink.
5.  Adhere the shape to the cardstock.
6.  Use foam adhesive to adhere the Skull Cameo to the shape.
7.  This photo shows where I have placed my foam.
8.  Place the Skull Cameo in the center of the shape as shown.
9.  Adhere the second skull on top of the Skull Cameo with foam adhesives.
10.  Cut the Spooky Washi Tape and then trim a piece of green cardstock to fit underneath it.
11.  Place foam adhesive on the back of the Spooky Washi Tape.
12.  Adhere the washi tape cut to the green cardstock then place foam adhesive on the back of the set.
13.  Adhere the Spooky under the skull as shown then ink the edges of the green cardstock.
14.  I like to reuse frames, so for seasonal items I place a foam square in the center of the glass on my frame then adhere the green cardstock.  This way, I can take the piece off and store it while using the frame for other projects :)
15.  This is what your frame will look like.  Decorate as desired.  I added spider webs, a plastic spider (covered in glitter), a couple gems, and of course some flowers!

Thanks so much for stopping by!  

Click on the image below to head over to Karen's blog!
Happy Hauntings...oops I mean "Hopping"! 


jeanette koh said...

I'm hoppin' from Samantha Walker's blog and whooooo~... This is spooky halloween! hehe :) Simply enjoying every hop I take :P

Tammy Malone said...

I am so glad I am hopping along today with ya'll. Looking forward to see a lot of great projects :)

Jan Hennings said...

It's more than spOOkY...BOOOO! What a fun hop!

Margie said...

I LOVE it! Looks fantastic!

Liz said...

So adorable thanks i hope for not gaving verification on

Guiseppa said...

I love have made spooky beautiful and scary at the same time!

Sue D said...

Wow that is spooky and great tutorial.
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Jingle said...

Very spooky and very cool!

joscelyne cutchens said...

super cute. LOOOVE.

Kris Berc said...

Love your project Jamie! and it's really wonderful that you include tutorials with so many of your creations... amazing!

mommyof5kidz said...

That is spectacular!!! I LOVE that!!! and your colors are perfect!

JPScraps said...

Love this! It's so fun!

Alexia said...

Spooky indeed! :) Thanks for sharing!

Scrapacat said...

Wow - this would be good for so many applications. Thanks for the tutorial!

Linh C. said...

Awesome card!

angie blom said...

Wow , just awesome!! I love this!

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