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Jenni Bowlin Studio Halloween Treats Blog Hop

jenni bowlin studio halloween treats blog hop
quick & easy halloween papercrafts by shimelle laine @ shimelle.com
Oh, Halloween! I haven’t had a trick or treater at my door in years… but I do love a bit of Halloween crafting and any excuse for pumpkins and sweets is completely up my street. Today Jenni Bowlin Studio brings you an entire treat bag full of Halloween goodies with a blog hop – and a chance to win some JBS craftery at each stop.

ideas for adding orange accents to halloween crafts
This little Halloween treat project is so quick and easy and perfect to do with scraps of paper. Start with the die-cut papers in kraft, add netting and ribbons and some of Jenni’s Halloween paper cut to two inch wide pennants. Staple all the layers in place. Attach it to a gift bag or card or use as an embellishment on a scrapbook page. And of course you can dress it up even more with your favourite orange embellishments: buttons, pearls or butterflies.

JBS halloween blog hop
At every stop on the JBS blog hop, you can have a chance to win! To enter, simply leave a comment on this post. One lucky commenter will win the October shapes to use with your own digital cutter. Entries close at the end of Saturday night, UK time.

Your next stop on the hop is Tina Walker, so click on over after you leave your comment to enter.

mega kits on sale at JBSmercantile.com
Everyone loves a crafty bargain, right? So it’s worth taking a look at JBS Mercantile for the new mega kits to stock up on your favourite type of supplies at a big discount. (Or send that link to the significant other with a note saying what you want for Christmas!) You can also find Jenni’s own Halloween house kit for a spooky bit of crafting.

17 October 2012



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49 Comments for Jenni Bowlin Studio Halloween Treats Blog Hop

  1. Judy Says:

    Such cute Halloween bookmarks or whatever… Oh, why do I love Halloween so much? It is difficult living outside the States at Halloween – so miss candy corn, trick-or-treaters, and etc, etc.

  2. Randi Heldt-Hansen Says:

    We don’t celebrate halloween in Denmark, but the colors are great, so I would love to win

  3. Julie Diaz Says:

    Halloween is my favorite holiday ever. My birthday is the 10th so its always fun to decorate around this time. I love making treat bags and the ideas from scraps are great.

  4. Susanmcl Says:

    Love JB! Don’t have a digi cutter but so want to say – love JB!

  5. ruth tacoma Says:

    Cute halloween project!

  6. Laura Says:

    I absolutely love Halloween. The costumes, the colors, the cool night air, and of course the sweet treats. The idea is very cute, and I am loving the paper. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Heather V Says:

    I love JBS!Thanks for the chance.

  8. *Dream Weaver* Says:

    I wish Halloween was celebrated in a grand way here. We hardly have any celebrations here ~ boo!
    Would love a jbs silhouette and crafty goodies please :)
    Anyways, happy {early} Halloween all the way from Malaysia :)

  9. ScrapperCalin Says:

    Thank you for the great idea and inspiration on using up scraps. I love JBS!!

  10. Sarah Moore Says:

    Those little bags are adorable! I think I’m going to have to go and make some! Thanks for the inspiration and the chance to win! I’m off to the hop!

  11. Alice Zinobile Says:

    I really like the Halloween tags – thanks for the chance to win!!

  12. Jennifer Cardwell Says:

    Great giveaway to go with my new cameo that I am waiting to arrive! Thanks for the opportunity!

  13. ants Says:

    This is such a great idea and so adaptable for other occasions (hmmm… approaching winter festivities in mind)- thank you Shimelle! I am not generally a great fan of the Halloween theme, but I have to admit, that polkadot on black is rather yummy…

  14. Maureen Says:

    those are adorable!

  15. Lauren Says:

    Love your little embellishments! they’d be cute on treat bags. Thanks for the chance!

  16. Louise Says:

    Shimelle – come stay at my house for Halloween. We have hundreds of trick or treaters!! you’ll love it – I do!!

    all JB products are lush!

  17. Rebecca Lovell Says:

    These are so sweet!!

  18. tape Says:

    Beautiful tags! And I just saw an awesome page made with the October shapes – thanks for the chance to win.

  19. Amy Says:

    These are so lovely!

  20. margie visnick Says:

    Fantastic treats!! P.S. I loved the Day of the Girl and Glitter Girl videos today!

  21. Kristin A. Says:

    So very lovely. Love the ric-rac.

  22. jane Says:

    gorgeous, thanks for the chance to win.

  23. Gina Says:

    Love those cute cards. Great idea!

  24. Jessica Dougherty Says:

    These cut files are so cool!

  25. Ginger Watson Says:

    I love the JBS stuff – thanks so much for the chance to win!

  26. Melinda Thao Says:

    Great way to use every last piece! And, dare I even say this, much nicer than candy! I think me and my girls will spend the weekend making bookmarks for her cousins!

  27. Natalie Says:

    Boy oh boy, you make the simplest cluster of pennants and trim look like a million bucks. You are so inspiring. (I seriously need to start unpacking my craft room! I am in withdrawl!)

  28. Katy Watson Says:

    These are sooo cute…and could be adapted to any colouring for different seasonal things.

  29. Rita Timmons Says:

    Cute Halloween project!

  30. {leah} Says:

    Totally adorable, Shimelle! _

  31. Lyn Meadows Says:

    Orange and black are so yummy together. Thanks for the chance to win.

  32. Simmone Daughdrill Says:

    Next to Christmas, Halloween is my favorite holiday to decorate for. I would love to have the JBS collection to make some more decorations with!

  33. Carol S. Says:

    These would be perfect starter for the Silhouette I’m getting for my birthday in a week! Love them!

  34. Pam Says:

    These are so fun! Love Halloween!

  35. Cynthia Larson Says:

    Love Halloween. The costumes, the colors, the goodies. Love the embellishments you make!!!

  36. Nicki Lundeen Says:

    Love your treat project! Thanks for the chance to win some awesome Jenni Bowlin products.

  37. Gloria L Says:

    Such a fun hop!

  38. Maya Says:

    Adorable! I love those cut files! Thanks for the chance to win!

  39. Courtney M Says:

    I love Hallowe’en and all things autumn. Probably because I’m an October baby as well.

  40. Gill Says:

    Gorgeous!
    Count me in please!

  41. Andrea Says:

    That paper is so adoreable!!!!Thanks for the chance to win some goodies!

  42. Lauri Bauer Says:

    So fun!! Love this time of year! Love JBS!

  43. Cheryl T. Says:

    I’d love to see you at True Scrap next year.

  44. Jani Says:

    Just TOO cute.

  45. Kim T. Says:

    I just LOVE everything Halloween! Thank you for the chance to win!

  46. jules Says:

    love your style…great inspiration…thx!

  47. Sabine Says:

    Would be a nice addition on a treatbag for our neighbors. TFS.

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