365 Projects in 365 Days

My previous New Year's resolution was to be creative everyday with my Cricut, but since I've started my blog 2 years ago I have come across so many new exciting things like stamps, digi stamps, non-Cricut projects using chipboard, stickers, etc. and now my addition is the Silhouette Cameo. I will be posting many pictures and tutorials of all my projects. I will be making scrapbook layouts, cards, tags, embellishments and altered items. My goal is to create 365 projects in 365 days.


Friday, October 12, 2012

#108 Nightmare Before Christmas Blog Hop

Tee and Jearise are collaborating on this hop because they both love The Nightmare Before Christmas and Jack Skellington. Take a ride to Halloweentown as we bring it alive through many creative projects from our awesome line up of crafters/bloggers.

Our sponsor for this hop is Cutting Cafe, who is giving away three files of the winner's choice. You can get qualified for the drawing, which will be held on October 15th, by leaving comments on each blog. The more blogs you comment on the more chances you have to win so please hop through all our bloggers.

Now on to Halloweentown... and a quote from Jack Skellington to get you on your way, "Just because I cannot see it, doesn't mean I can't believe it!"


For my project I used a few Cricut cartridges including Close To My Heart Artiste for the coffin box, Indie Art for the bones, and A Frightful Affair for the skull. I stamped the entire background with white acrylic paint with the spiderweb stamp from the CTMH Spellbound Workshop on the go Kit. The Jack Skellington stamp is from Simply Betty stamps. 


Check out my Youtube video below:


Close To My Heart Products Used:
Spellbound Workshops On The Go Kit
Artiste Cricut Collection

  1. Jearise - http://lorbysworld.blogspot.com
  2. Tee - http://tee-myspot.blogspot.com/
  3. Lynne - http://slasewcraftiness.blogspot.com/
  4. Lisa - http://handmadewithlove-lisa.blogspot.com/
  5. L Miriam Meserve - http://miriamscreations.blogspot.com/
  6. Sandra http://365daysofcricut.blogspot.com/
  7. CallyAnn-http://callyanncraftycreations.blogspot.com
  8. Jenny ~ http://cccjalessi.blogspot.com/
  9. Cindy - http://cindyrehaume.blogspot.com
  10. Anita `http://www.anitaandbugs.blogspot.com 

NEXT STOP is CallyAnn




12 comments:

Marilyn said...

Great project. I am working on some coffin boxes right now for my pokeno group.

liz at liz's paper loft said...

sandra, this is great!

Cindy Crafty Creations said...

Love it ... so cute !!!

Jenny A said...

I LOVE it!!!! Awesome job Sandra!!! I want one! ;)

Marianne said...

How cool would this have been when i was growing up!
my dad was a funeral director! Great job.

Teresa Kline said...

awesome coffin, hope you have a wonderful weekend!

enjoy *~*

Michele I said...

thanks for the video and that coffin is so cute, thanks for sharing

Jovan said...

This is WONDERFUL!

lorby said...

I just love your coffin and how you did it. It looks so complicated the way you explain it but so worth it! It's just Halloween perfect!

Tee said...

I love this coffin and even more with Jack on it... good job.

marg0006 said...

I just love your skellington and your box turned out awesome. I am going over to see if I could get the digi for my granddaughter that loves this character.

marg0006 at verizon dot net

callyannc said...

So wicked cute. I need to make a coffin! TFS CallyAnn

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