Stampin Friends Thanksgiving Blog Hop


Welcome to the Stampin Friends Thanksgiving Blog Hop! If you arrived from Lisa‘s Blog, thank you for continuing with the hop! Don’t forget to click the Next Button to check out Mandy‘s amazing Creations. PLUS, keep reading for a chance to win a bunch of new crafty presents!12002031_10153544545226101_2755619889336411676_n

This month we are excited to have three Awesome Guest Hoppers that you should definitely check out.

Wynne Grob
Kim Smith
Steph Jandrow

So, to start off my blog post, I have a fun, Thanksgiving themed card using the Haunt Ya Later pumpkin. I really love this card. I think it’s striking, but it’s also clean and simple. I used the pumpkin from Haunt Ya Later and stamped it repeatedly and used a mask that I cut out of just computer paper. I love to color. You can use your inks and blender pens to color this or your favorite alcohol markers!. The bold sentiment is from the hostess set Six Sayings and I added the “For You” from the Crazy About You stamp set.

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I added an additional pumpkin on the inside to pull it all together. The background is simply a tone-on-tone stamping of the Dots for Days background stamp.

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Now, to some fun, punch art table favors for thanksgiving! I dressed up some traditional sour cream containers made from 4.5″ x 6″ bases.

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Aren’t they just adorable?!? I think any one (especially the kids) would love to see this sitting on their place setting this Thanksgiving! Lets get a little bit of a closer look.pilgrim favor

For the pilgrim, I used the owl punch for the eyes, and the scallop edge from the Cutie Pie Thinlits for the white ruffle. The rest is simple straight line cutting that I did using my paper trimmer.table favors, sour cream, stampin up, thanksgiving, punch art, indian, native american, turkey

The Native American used the owl punch for the eyes and the buttons. I used the small oval punch for the feathers and dressed up the head band with some candy dots!

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To make this fun turkey, I used the small oval punch for the feathers, 1″ punch and 3/4″ punch for the eyes, and the bow builder punch for the wattle! Isn’t that a great idea? My friend Kathie suggested it. I just randomly cut a triangle beak out of some scrap hello honey card stock.

WAIT! There’s more! Do you love crafty supplies?!? If so, comment on all 12 posts in this hop and email me, Elizabeth,  everyone’s favorite color to What do you get?!? In addition to enjoying all of this group’s creations, you’ll be entered to win a fun crafty present from every one of the bloggers! That’s 12 crafty presents! Just a little thank you for your time! My Favorite Color is GREEN!

Don’t forget to click the Next button to continue to Mandy’s post for the rest of the hop!


Mandy Reedyk
Steph Jandrow
Wynne Grob
Tina Riddle
Deana Benson
Siara Acdal
Kim Smith
Andrea Pancrazio
Kirsteen Gill
Cindy Waldroff
Lisa Altman

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  1. I love how you pulled one pumpkin inside to tie it all together. I haven’t tried the sour cream pouches yet, these are adorable!

  2. Elizabeth, these favors are adorable! You are just so clever and creative! And thanks for the list of supplies needed to recreate our own! Pam

  3. The sour cream treat containers make such a nice little treat for Thanksgiving guests. Love how you used several stamp sets to create the card plus the extra detail inside the card. The bold colors make this card really stand out. It might be my next case.

  4. These are so cute. I am sure any child, young, old and older, would enjoy having these at the table place on Thanksgiving Day.

  5. So CUTE!!! My mom would love these little favors to decorate her Thanksgiving table! Maybe I’ll find a little time this weekend to make a dozen or so!

  6. I always forget about the sour cream container favors – they are so easy and these are ADORABLE! I can’t get over that little Pilgrim – love him! I bet I could get my 5 yo son to make these with me 🙂

  7. What precise and well-done examples! I wish any of my projects could turn out so professional looking! This is great!

  8. Oh my gosh! Who would’ve thought that sour cream containers could be so darn cute?! I had to re-read it, because I thought I read it wrong. I can definitely picture them being a big hit with the kids. Also, what a pretty card. I love those pumpkins & such vibrant color. The wording & style are beautiful. Thanks for sharing some ideas & tips.

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