Saturday, October 11, 2014

Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbon Trick or Treat Blog Hop


Magic Potions Window Box

 I am so very excited to share this project with you today for the Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbon Trick or Treat Blog Hop! The DT sharing some holiday projects using PPPR cutting files! I had this puppy designed and sat and tinkered with the design for some time before I even started putting it together. It was a wonderful challenge and a joy to create! The hardest part for me will be giving this away as this will be a gift for my niece's birthday which is a few days before Halloween. She requested something "handmade", can she be any sweeter? =)

  Well for our hop you should be coming here from my girlfriend, Katy's blog. If you aren't sure what your doing (it's okay, it happens (hehe) check out this link

 Make SURE to hop because there is an AWESOME hop freebie, in case you do miss it being FREE this weekend, it will find it's way in into the PPPR store so now massive worries =) 

 Enough chit chat! Onto all these photos...








 This picture is one of my favorites because it's showing the 3 shades of grey paper I used to cut solid potion bottles and layered them in the background for dimension and to give the effect of rows and rows and rows of magic potions! 


 This was a super last minute addition and a bit of "recycling" a paper flower from my daughter's Halloween costume last year. Thought I would add it since it was just sitting in my scrappy room being sadly unloved, LOL! 





 Now you have a chance to win $15 from this hop!!! yay!!! For extra chances, you can also "LIKE" Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons on Facebook  and/or sign up for the Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons Newsletter.  A random winner will be chosen for the prize on Tuesday, October 14!

We will also have our PPPR Trick or Treat Challenge.  The projects can be anything that has to do with Trick or Treating or Halloween. The rules are below. One random participant will win $20 to PPPR.

1.  The theme of this challenge is Trick or Treat...so create anything that is Halloween themed. Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons products must be the FOCUS of the project.
2.  Please link to your actual blog post...not to your blog.  If you don't have a blog, you can add a photo of your project to the Trick or Treat Challenge photo folder in the Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons Project Parade Facebook Group ( https://www.facebook.com/groups/471149956313209/).
3.  You can enter as many different projects as you want for more chances to win.
4.  The challenge will run for 3 weeks.  You must link up your project by 11:55 pm CST on Saturday, November 1, 2014.
5.  One random winner of a $20 Gift Certificate to PPPR will be chosen.  Our Design Team will also choose our PPPR Top 3.  Winners will be announced on Wednesday, November 5, 2014.

 Next person to hop to….Melisa! Thanks for coming by today! xoxo! 


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36 comments:

Running Turtle said...

Lots and lots of details… looks fabulous!! Thanks for sharing!!
TinaB

Gayle said...

What a cool idea!

Lisa Norris said...

I love this, Leah! It makes me feel like I'm in Diagon Alley! Thank you so much for creating such an awesome project for our hop today!

Anna said...

What an awesome gift!!!

Katy said...

So totally AWESOME!!! I want it!!!

Sarah said...

Love this! So many fabulous details! Your niece is one super lucky lady :)

Laura said...

I love it.. It is very cool
Laura D.

Creative M said...

Such a FANTASTIC and FUN treat!!
Have a wonderful day,
Migdalia
*Crafting With Creative M*

Caroline Bosak said...

Following your blog! Too cute! Love the potion bottles you did!

Colleen B said...

Love this project. Now I have to get the potions bottles file :)

poohbear said...

Great project.
Marcia
mvanhoosan@gmail.com

teachdanz said...

a labor of love :-) great job Leah, I am sure it will be a hit with the birthday girl!!

cghundley said...

Pretty cute idea.
Love the little
poison bottles.
Also a new
follower on your
blog.
Carla from Utah

Nanne said...

This is AWESOME!! love love love all of the layers..
hugs
Nanné

Ruth G said...

I love it! The glitter is perfect and I love the dimension with all the layers, especially those gray bottles at the back! I'm betting this will be your niece's favorite gift!!

Cyndi said...

Wow! You really put a lot of work into this. How beautiful!

Jennie cartier said...

cute

christine goudie said...

looksgreat, thanks for sharing

Ashley said...

Great project! I know your niece will love it. I'm a new follower!

~Ashley W
proudusmcwife@gmail.com
http://marinewifesscrappinlife.blogspot.com

Sonya said...

WOW....great job!

mamawcindy said...

So Super Cute! I can tell you put a lot of time into it. Thanks for Sharing. I'm a new follower. :0)
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Mayra Duran-Hernandez said...

I love this !!! It is soo cute !!! Great idea to add the flower from your daughters costume !!!
Hugs,
Mayra

Gina Niemeyer said...

so talented looks great!!

Rhonda Helm said...

so cute. love the addition of the flower.

Patricia Vickers said...

Love this project, Thank you for sharing

Eva Laney said...

Such a cute and fun project :) I am a follower here ;) evascrapslife@gmail.com

Sin City Chix said...

Awesome project! Love the brains and the love potion bottle and the eyeball! This would make a great gift for my BFF whose birthday is on Halloween! I'm a follower!
jobcorpsjen@gmail.com

Sherrie K. said...

AMAZING project! LOVE the details!
Sherrie K
http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

PaperpiecingbySteph said...

super cool project!! Great job!! Following!

Deb Hanley said...

Very nice! Following debra.hanley@gmail.com

Yvonne Morentin said...

awesome and very cool... fun hop
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TFern said...

OMG I LOVE this!!!!

Shannon said...

That is a FABULOUS project!!! <3

Debbie said...

oh wow how awesome this is great job and great details as well love it
Hugs
Debbie

cvjac2009 said...

This is so great, is it a shadow box type of thing? I love the colors you used and the layering
Vivi j

Gloria said...

What an awesome project Leah! Lots of great details and glad you were able to give some love to your paper flower;) This makes for a great gift!