Sunday, October 14, 2012

DeNami Halloween Blog Hop

Welcome to the DeNami HALLOWEEN Blog Hop!
I'm 1st on the list - so you should be arriving straight from the DeNami Blog. 


Okay, 1st off I must say this decorated tree is SO much cuter in my house... and not so cute in this photo. I had a VERY hard time capturing a photo in good light showing all of the little details. I apologize up front for the lack of an awesome photo.
I saw this Halloween tree on pinterest  and thought it would be fun to re-create one for my house.  I purchased the tree at Michaels for $10. You could easily spray paint limbs and stick into a fun container too!  


I gathered some Halloween stamps and my daughter and I stamped, punched, colored, and glittered some spooky images.  I used embroidery floss to hang them onto my tree.  
Stamps Used: ghost, 3 houses, bat,  Halloween stamp set, dotted circle.  The ghosts are stamped onto vellum so they look "real" and the others were stamped onto white and lime.   
Your next stop on the hop is to visit TENIA's BLOG.  Enjoy hopping along! Make sure to leave comments along the way -- you have a chance to win a $20 DeNami Gift Certificate!

37 comments:

  1. This is a perfect Halloween project Wendy. I LOVE the black tree. It lets those adorable DeNami images stand out! So creative!

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  2. Wendy, this little tree is so darling for Halloween! I love the ornaments you created for it. I know it looks spectacular in person!

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  3. super cute - really great alternative use for stamps!

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  4. A great idea! I love seeing new ways to use our stamps! Very cute!

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  5. What a cute project. The stamps are just the right size for ornaments.

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  6. So fun. I used to decorate my entire house at Halloween. Kids are bigger now so the decorations have gotten less.

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  7. This is so awesome! I bet this was so fun to make!

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  8. What a delightful tree! Love your little Halloween ornaments!

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  9. Love your project and the memories you are creating for your daughter. Just think she'll do that project one day on her own with her own children.

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  10. Amazing idea. I am so inspired :-). ~Melissa

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  11. Wendy, this is delightful! I love how your Halloween tree sparkles, and your DeNami ornaments really make this shine. Super idea!

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  12. Awesome!!We did something similar before but not with black branches! Looks awesome!!!

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  13. Super cute! I bet it is a fun addition to your home decor projects for Halloween!

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  14. What a neat idea and just the perfect addition to your Halloween decor!

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  15. Oh but the picture does show off it's cuteness, Wendy! The closeup helps ;) What a great idea. I bet it looks great in your house!!

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  16. I like your tree with the ornaments. I do think your 2nd photo shows it off better.

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  17. I love this idea! Good thing to do with tiny stamps!
    Sue

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  18. I love this!!! A DeNami tree! Oh, how I wish I could grow one for real! LOL This is fabulous! Love that tree!

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  19. No apologies necessary Wendy!! Holy cow girl how fun is this!!!

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  20. Super-fun project! Love all that glitter! :)

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  21. Oh what a great decoration! Love it!

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  22. Super fun tree, love all the glittery goodness!

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  23. What a cute Halloween tree. Your decorations are great!

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  24. Ohh goodness, I can just imagine how darling this little tree is in real life. What a cute project and wonderful that your daughter could help :)

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  25. What a great idea!

    Barb D.

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  26. Very Cute. love using trees like this for decor. Great idea.

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  27. Love your sparkly tree and cute decorations! Fun idea :)

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  28. Very cute for Halloween--I like the ornaments and the sparkly tree.

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  29. Love the ornaments for the tree. It's so hard to find items to hang on a Halloween tree, now we can make our own using these great stamps

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  30. Wendy this is SO adorable! I love this idea! I have an old Halloween tree that I used to decorate... maybe I'll get it out and spruce it up! Thanks! =)

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