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CTMH September SOTM Blog Hop List

By Helen | August 31, 2010

Here’s the complete list of all the participants in the CTMH September Blog Hop. Most participants used the new Hooligans paper pack, as that is a perfect tie-in to Halloween…so, where that’s the case, I didn’t indicate what papers were used, I only made note when it was something other than the Hooligan papers & color scheme.

Thank you to all who let me know that providing this list is a valuable resource for you – I appreciate knowing that it’s useful.

Helen Onulak Square card with Count & Glitter Technique
Kathleen Androlewicz 5 x 7 Card with Count
Lori Miller Treat Bag
Kristie Herdener Magnifique Card and Skull Card with Torn Hole
Chris Shouse Skull with Brayered Background, Blues
Sarita Schraeder Mask using Random Stamping
Brae Montgomery Clear Card with Skull, Pear & Black
Nancy Brown Spring Card with Black Glitter
Sylvia Jacquot Skull Card using You Rock
Krista Ritskes Three Cards using in non-Halloween ways
Georgia Hauglid Skull Bag with Tag
Shannon Pelletier Variety of Projects (banner, candle, hat & more)
Dawn Ross Scary Halloween with Hidden Skull (Wishes: Geometric)
Debra Van Patten Skull Card using Glitter/Embossing Powder Mix (Wishes: Bullseye)
Carla Ironside Sponged Skull Image using You Rock
Annette Green Skull/Frame Tag and Skull Wing Card
Kimberly Smith Skull Wing Card
Barbra Otten Covered Nugget Treats
Melissa Laverty Scrapbook Layout
Laurie Newton Skull Card with masked edge (Originals: Background Bar)
Jody Gustafson Variety of Bags & Tags
Jenifer Benner Count card
Terrie Dodd Decorated Candy Jar
Katy Donaldson Girly Skull Card using Notebook
Jen Rubio Skull Card (Wishes: Cubed Collage)
Lori Brown Set of Party Invitations, Buffet Cards and Treat Bags
Kathy Lickenbrock Skull Card with Heart background
Mary Eisen Skull Clear Card
Michelle Loncar Tall Count Card and Skull Card
Dawn Heuft Two Cards, one with Count, one with Skull
Judy Burger Skull Card with Glitter/Embossing Background
Alison Mullen Candy Bar pocket using Door Hanger
Teri Baxter Firey Skull Card
Michelle Nist Coffin Box with Cards
Tammy Lea Pinchard Skull Card with Oval
Beth Naumann Skull Card with Liquid Glass Eye Patch
Shirley Ross Skull Clear Card using Embossed Layers with Sparkle Eye
Haley Dyer Skull Card with Circles
Jamia Bankhead Winged Skull Treat Holder and Count Card
Pamela O’Connor Mini Treat Box
Kami Welter Count Circle Card (Wishes: Simple Statement)
Shannon Buck Skull Card – Cranberry & Black
Wanda Riley Count Create-a-Shade Card
Cindy Appleman Skull Card with Twinkle Brad Eye
Jen Patrick Count Card with Scored Card Base
Adeline Brill Scrapbook Layout
Melinda Everitt Skull Card Embossed with Desert Sand & Black & Bleach Technique
Traci Godbee Candy Bag Toppers
Angela Tutton Bamboo Skull Card
Sheila Bennett Winged Skull using Magnifique
Misty Jackson Candle Wrapper
Susan Brooks Winged Skull Stamped Tag with Clear Card as Treat Bag
Lori Leng Skull Candy Box Sleeve
Antoinette Herrin Count with Brayered Background & Moon
Jill Lucas Pink & Black Notebook
Amy Edwards Skull Card (Originals: Triple the Fun)
Caren Goldstein Skull Card (Wishes: Up in the Corner)
Wendy Fording Skull Halloween Treat Bags
Toni Hinchcliffe Count Card with lots of layers
Angela Garcia Skull Card with Quilted Section
Jean McNulty Count Clear Card with Springy Bat
Doreen Guilfoyle Paper Pieced Count Card
Jenna Thomas Count Goodie Holder
Carol Harris Skull stamped on Transparency with the back painted
Katherine Schmitt Skull Card
Melissa Robinson Skull with Chalk Popping
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Topics: Blog Hop List | 6 Comments »

6 Responses to “CTMH September SOTM Blog Hop List”

  1. CTMH September SOTM Blog Hop & Tutorial | Hooked on Stamping Says:
    August 31st, 2010 at 9:02 pm

    [...] CTMH September SOTM Blog Hop List [...]

  2. Jean McNulty Says:
    September 1st, 2010 at 1:04 am

    Love your card and your tutorial:)

  3. CTMH September SOTM Blog Hop | My Scrapbooking Blog Says:
    September 1st, 2010 at 10:33 pm

    [...] For a look at some ideas using Close to My Heart’s September Stamp of the Month – Thriller, please start at my friend Helen’s Blog. [...]

  4. Tonia Says:
    August 10th, 2012 at 12:09 pm

    Kristie Herdner’s blog doesn’t have halloween on it nor a link to the next blog hop page. Just FYI (8/10/12)

  5. Helen Says:
    August 14th, 2012 at 4:15 pm

    Thanks for letting me know.

  6. Helen Says:
    August 14th, 2012 at 9:24 pm

    I went and looked again at Kristie’s – she used the Halloween stamp set in an unexpected way, thinking out of the box and showing the versatility of using the stamp set. That’s the beauty of the Stamp of the Month blog hops – to show LOTS of different ways to use the stamp set.