Friday, October 9, 2015

What A Witch Blog Hop

Welcome to the What a Witch! Blog Hop

Hocus Pocus and Eye of Newt
We've got a Hop for you that is spooky yet cute!
Add a few whiskers of Cat
and stir together in my big pointed Hat ....POOF!!!
You should have arrived from Witch Sarah
Connie Can Crop is creating the spells in this Witch of a Blog Hop.
This is a one day blog hop and we appreciate your leaving a comment for all of these witchy women who are here casting spells with their creations.

                              I have a fantastic sponsor this month, Miss Kate Cuttables.

One lucky winner will get to choose two Bundles or files of their choice ($6.00 value)
Please visit Miss Kate Cuttables HERE
Follow their blog HERE
you can find them on facebook HERE
What do you need to do to win? Easy... become a follower of each of the fabulous blogs in this hop and leave each of them a comment letting them know what you like best about their projects.
You will have until 12:00 am Monday to finish the hop and leave your comments.
Winner will be announced on Wednesday here at Connie Can Crop.
Be sure to follow everyone and leave a comment along the way!
Grab your broomsticks and join us for some wicked fun!

I'm glad you stopped your broom at my door.  This is my project using a digital stamp from Rick St. Dennis.  Love the detail of this stamp.  She is a fun one to colour.  She reminds me of the mother from Bewitched.

Up next is Witch Audrey

Here is our complete line up in case you get lost along the way:

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Oh Hello There!

Wow.  It has been way too long since my last posting.  Summer was a very hectic time for me this year.  We didn't do much family wise because Hubby and I were always working.  But in rolls Autumn and things are once again hectic, but I love the hectic days of Autumn.  We did a ghost walk through a Cemetary here in Akron that is over 200 years old.  From what we saw at night, I am eager to see this beauty during the day time.  We took quite a few pictures.  On Sunday of that same week we went to a local farm for some pumpkin and gourd picking and a bit of fun in their 3 acre corn maze.  This year it was the headless horseman.