Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Broom Rides

Welcome to the MFP September Blog Hop! This month, we’ve added two new DT members and have shortened link lists! And…LOOK for a NEW LINK LIST TOMORROW!!!

We have 4 New Stamp Sets Released today: Autumn Fun, Broom Rides, Stinky Situation, and Thankful Mums and Pumpkins. For your convenience, all 4 stamp sets are available for purchase TODAY!

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This is what I created using the set Broom Rides. My daughter and I bought some pulled pork the other day for dinner. It was in a round black container. I knew immediately that it would be decorated with Speedy and his friends. I also made a set of Speedy "BINGO" cards. When my daughter saw the finished projects she said "Mom, that is so corny!" To which I replied"...Why YES! It is so Candy Corny" She just rolled her eyes at me. Gotta love teenagers.
Check out what the other Design Team members created.

Nancyruth - http://nancyruthat.blogspot.com/
Lois - http://clownmomcreations.blogspot.com/
Vicky- http://www.villagestamperramblings.blogspot.com/
Jeanne - http://nannysroom.wordpress.com/
Anne- http://inkinginred.blogspot.com/
Debbie- http://www.debbieseyer.com/
Peggysue- http://rosesbymywindow.blogspot.com/
Susan – http://simplicitybylateblossom.blogspot.com/
Judi – http://paper-rose-petals.blogspot.com/
Connie – http://sodakstamping.blogspot.com/
Claudine- http://cardsbyclaudine.blogspot.com/
Dawn- http://dawnmercedes.blogspot.com/
Joanne T- http://sleepyinseattlestamps.blogspot.com/
Nicole - http://nicolesbutterflyears.blogspot.com/
Marilynn- http://mississippi-mcgyver.blogspot.com/
Mark’s Finest Papers - http://marksfinestpapers.blogspot.com/

38 comments:

  1. I have one of these pulled pork containers in my freezer and trust me, I will be casing your adorable bucket of corny corn! Love it, Marilynn!

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  2. Love how you recycled those pulled-pork containers! Crafters get inspiration from the strangest places. And your Bingo card IS Candy-Corny!

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  3. just awesome...how creative....

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  4. Sometimes Corny is Cool! Your Bingo set is so creative--nice job, or should I say Cool???

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  5. Love your corny and creative projects!

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  6. Love both of your creative projects.
    You can tell I am a southern girl because I knew what pulled pork was. lol
    Try asking for it out here in the Pacific northwest and you will get some weird looks.

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  7. Teenagers ARE wonderful. I think I would really like your DD! Wonderful Bingo card game, and I love the Candy Corn treat container. Great job, GF!

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  8. Teenagers ARE wonderful! I think I would really like your DD! Fab Bingo cards, and treat container!!

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  9. This is just TOO FUN! My kids would love this.

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  10. Fun,fun, fun! Brilliant projects!!!!!!!!

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  11. What fun Halloween creations!! Love that delightful bingo card!! Awesome work, MariLynn!

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  12. Great job recycling the pulled pork container and a great setting for Speedy and friends!

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  13. Mmmmm Candy corn. Sweet treat set.

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  14. Super cute projects, MariLynn!! Those Speedy Bingo cards were inspired and I love how you recycled the plastic container for--yum yum--candy corn. Great job showcasing this fun new MFP set :)

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  15. What a fun and fabulous Halloween idea!! Love this, MariLynn.

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  16. Very clever! I have gotten the pork in those container too!

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  17. Speedy bingo is so very clever! Trying to ignore the candy corn so I don't want to go buy some! LOL! (psst, these are awesome)

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  18. Cool container, and Love your spooky bingo cards too!

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  19. What a wonderful way to recycle this container. I love it!!WOW!!

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  20. It looks like a candy corn-filled cauldron of sorts to me! I appreciate your creativity.......even if your daughter doesn't :) This is really CUTE!

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  21. OK, no candy corn for your daughter-LOL.
    What a cute container!

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  22. Bucket o' Corn!! You never know when inspiration will strike! Great idea.

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  23. Bucket o' corn!! Never know where your inspiration will come from! Great idea.

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  24. Great way to reuse containers!

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  25. Love the candy corn container and how clever to make a bingo set too!

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  26. They are great projects! What do teenagers know anyway?

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  27. Wow what a great idea! I love the Speedy Bingo!

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  28. Very cute!

    Thank you so much for sharing!!!

    ~Ola
    okj83 at live dot com
    zloe.blogspot.com

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  29. Great idea! Love the candy corn bingo!
    DeniseB

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