Friday, September 18, 2009

Wahoo Day 2 of the JustRite Mega Font Hop

Welcome to Day Two of the JustRite Mega Font Hop! Today is the second day of a two day hop featuring 54 amazing designers – 28+ on each day! If you missed yesterday's blog hop you can find it by clicking here. (The links are all direct links to the designers font posts- so feel free to bookmark it in your favorties for future reference). We will also be creating 2 new icons for the mega font hop that you will be able to find permenantly on our side bar so you can take the inspiration journey as often as you like.

Blog Candy Reminder:
There is Mystery Blog Candy being given away! The Mystery is no-one knows which blog is the one that will be giving it away – nope not even the designers! There are 3 Blog Candy prizes each day which will go to 3 random commenter's from three random designers blogs. So, to win some (JR Candy) go check out all the blogs, comment on as many as you can from the two day hop. You have until Sunday at noon EST to leave your comments. Good luck, the lucky winner may be YOU!!! You have 6 chances to win Check back here to the JR blog on Sunday Evening to find out who the six lucky winners are!! Enjoy the Hop!!!


Font Sale- In celebration of our Mega Font Hop we are putting all our all our Font Sets on sale for the first time EVER for Just 7 Days!! The JustRite Font Sale begins today Sept 17th and ends Sept 24th. Take 30% off all our Font Sets - Curlz, Special Occasion, Brayton, Trompe (both upper & lower), Times ( both upper & lower). Original Price $23.95 ...on sale now for $16.77. Plus take 30% off our Horizontal and Vertical Stampers - Original Price 19.95 - Sale price $13.97! But the sale only lasts for 7 Days - How Sweet is that!! The JustRite Font Sale begins Sept 17th and ends Sept 24th!!

Here at the JustRite Blog we are in the middle of designing this fun Monster Bash. Today I am sharing with you the centerpiece for the party. This fun Chocolate Cookie House Kit from Wilton. To my relief the Haunted House came pre-essembled!! Which certainly steamlined the process- no set-up time required for assembling the house. This is a super fun family project, Jack had a blast helping me design the house and is still asking when he can eat my project!

Since this is the centerpiece for the party - the center and the border from the Witch Way to the Treats stamp set expressed the perfect sentiment of most of my hungry party goers. These fun chipboard arrows from Bazzill were the perfect pieces to design my fun road sign. We altered them using a combination of glitter and paper. I used my inverted nestabilitie circles to die cut the orange layer of the stamped image and them used a micron pen to draw in a spider web on the outer edge of the die cut. I just love the whimsical feel of the Haunted Mansion.

For the sign I used Brayton 50 Point Font and inked the image using Memento Tuxedo black ink. To give it a spooky feel I added scraps of spider web borders which were created with the EK Success Spider Web Punch around punch. I used a purple Copic Marker to alter the fancy toothpick which became my sign post.

Here is a picture showing you how the party is coming together:


Next it was time to design a few Halloween Decorations to accent my table. I found this fun candle jar with eyeballs in it last Halloween and just knew this was the perfect accent for my Spooktacular Celebration. I used my Martha Stewart dripping blood border punch for the top of the jar and the spider web punch around for the bottom of the jar.



Using Brayton 50 pt font I created my tag for my jar "Eyes of Newt".


Yesterday I showed you this - what the Spider Web Punch around border looked like

as well as what you can create when you combine that punch with Martha Stewarts coordinating Spider Web Corner. For the top of my Eye of Newt Jar I made a square webbed mat. Next I added a inverted circle die cut of my favorite Halloween paper from Making Memories (it combines text with a spider web). I added a K&C Spider sticker and then stamped the spider web center from the Witch Way to the Treats sent on pale blue glossy cardstock. I used a red cardstock to mat the image - pulling the design elements of my piece together.

Jack gave this piece of my project a huge "Wow mom, that's awesome"....how did you make that!! So I know it will be huge hit at any party. To see my treat bags for the party - visit my personal blog - Polished to Perfection. Enjoy the second half of our amazing Mega Blog Hop and be sure to check back here on the JustRite Blog to see if your are one of the Lucky Mystery Blog Candy Winners.


Debbie Olson
Jerri Kay Jimenez
Taylor Van Bruggen
Holly Simoni
Barb Schram
Terre Frye
Michelle Kovack
Kim Moreno
Catherine Doucette
Kellie Fortin
Kimberly Crawford
Kathy Jones
Michelle Giraud
Angela Barkhouse
Heather Pulvirenti
Tami Mayberry
Jennifer Buck
Keri Lee Sereika
Jami Bova
Laura Davis
Stacey Kingman
Bonnie Sharp
Stephanie Severin
Janine Orchard
Debbie Seyer
Margie Higuchi
Lauren Bergold
Anja Curvers
AJ Otto


Have fun Hopping!!


Keep us in mind....."When it needs to be JustRite".

90 comments:

Jerri Kay said...

Oh my gosh Kellie, it's awesome! I bet those guys of yours are having a ball (an eyeball . . . bwahahahaha)!

Anonymous said...

Love your Halloween ideas. The house, muffins and candle are so cute and sure to be a hit at the party. Nice use of the JR stamps.
Bernice Barnes

Lake Side Living said...

This is just adorable! Thanks for showing.

KathyJ (Wattle) said...

OMGosh - this looks absolutely INCREDIBLE!!!!

Nancy said...

Thanks so much for the halloween projects. I love your haunted house center piece it is awesome! Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

I love your idea for the web border cupcake holder!
carol b

Margie H said...

You so funny, Jerri!! LOL!!
Great Halloween ideas!!! I'm coming over! LOL!!
Thanks for such a FUN time!!! xo

lisa808 said...

The haunted house is soooooo cute!!!

Diane (djuseless) said...

It looks almost too good to eat! There is alot of work put into decorating that house! Great job!

bluepoohbear75 said...

That is so cool. The house would be an great centerpiece. I love that eyeball candle.

MrsETaylor said...

I absolutely love these. AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME

Luanne said...

Horray! I was ready to play this morning! I had so much fun yesterday seeing everyone's creations. I will need to shop for some new stuff ~ just don't tell my husband....!

Scrapstampnmama said...

OMG, these are stinking cute!!

Patti J. said...

Love all of your ideas! I didn't get to comment yesterday, but those little cupcake wraps were da bomb! So Cute!!!

faith said...

Oh the eyeballs!

Diana N. said...

I love the Halloween Haunted House and other decorations!

Lesley said...

Thank you so much for the past 2 days of blog hopping. I have added so many talented crafters to my Google reader that I'll never get any of my own crafting done any more, LOL!

Southern Cricut said...

These halloween ideas are so cute.

Dani said...

So many awesome projects!! Love them!! :)

Susan G said...

Wow, that's one spooky looking mansion! Looks like something boys would love--I have two of those creatures myself, and they are certainly different animals when it comes to creepy and gross stuff.

Marge said...

Too, too cute!!!

Donna said...

What a scary and wonderful centerpiece. I love the design. That would really give the Halloween part some flair! I enjoyed the hop yesterday and I'm looking forward to today's!

Cyndee said...

Wow! These projects are just TOO cute!! Can I come to your party too???

cindy said...

Luvin the halloween projects! Great ideas with the stamping.... gotta get me some!

Selma said...

These are such cute Halloween ideas. Thank you for the blog hops. There are so many wonderful ideas. I love working with my JustRite stamps and now have lots of great ideas to work with.

Sam said...

ewgh - eyes of newt!!!! That is going to be one fabulous party! Can I come? ;-)

Anonymous said...

This blog hop is great - I love seeing everything that has been made so far and looking forward to sitting later and checking out the final 28 blog entries!

Margaret Peltier
mlp3464@cox,net

Margaret said...

This blog hop is great - I love seeing everything that has been made so far and looking forward to sitting later and checking out the final 28 blog entries!

Margaret said...

This blog hop is great - I love seeing everything that has been made so far and looking forward to sitting later and checking out the final 28 blog entries!

Margaret said...

This blog hop is great - I love seeing everything that has been made so far and looking forward to sitting later and checking out the final 28 blog entries!

mom2mikbo said...

OMG--I love this hop!!! I am big into edible images and stuff. But I love that eyeball candle, I gotta find that somewhere. Keep em comin' gals, maybe someday I'll get brave enough to actually create something with all this stuff I've been collecting.

Project Create said...

I LOVE the eye of Newt jar. Would be great for a witches kitchen. What are the eyeballs floating in?

ecclesp said...

Well it just got better. I would have thought you could have beat yesterday's!

kreativeimagination said...

Mystery giveaway sounds like a lot of fun. Thanks!

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

Fabulous projects again today!!! Wonderful blog hop!!!

knag said...

What great Halloween project ideas! Thanks for the inspiration.

Tina said...

Great projects! The hop was amazing!!

mom2maddy2000 said...

What fun projects! Love them all! Now, I'm off to hippity hop the blogs! Thanks for the "eye" candy! LOL!

Tammy said...

awesome projects I love Halloween!
Tammy Newger

Carol said...

cute projects

jan farnworth said...

what a great lot of inspiration thanks for all the wonderful ideas.

JKB said...

Cute projects. Thanks a bunch.

Anonymous said...

Those are so cute!! You must all have so much fun!

Swedie

Mary said...

Wow this is fantastic!
I was going to try to get away with not buying the vertical stamper,but now that I see it used I guess i need to add that to the list! Boy I am glad there is a sale!!

Thank you for sharing such a darling project!
Have a great weekend!

Mary said...

Wow this is fantastic!
I was going to try to get away with not buying the vertical stamper,but now that I see it used I guess i need to add that to the list! Boy I am glad there is a sale!!

Thank you for sharing such a darling project!
Have a great weekend!

Betty said...

I love all your ideas...and yet another one to add to my todo list!!! thanks

Sonshine Memories said...

Fantastic project. Good Housekeeping mag has nothing on this! Fantastic job. Let's EAT!!!

StampingJan said...

What fantastic projects! I love seeing everything that has been made so far, and I look forward to checking out all of the other blogs too. You are so creative. I am a big fan of JustRite...ther is nothing else like it!

Paula said...

Great ideas. But now I think I have gone cross eyed from all the blog hopping!

pat said...

love the Halloween projects

mom2maddy2000 said...

Love the gift bag and enclosures! So cute!

Bluemoon said...

Wow! Yummie! Your place is going to be lots of fun.

Terri Jackson said...

Great ideals and a sale too! Yahoo!!!

Summer Braxton said...

that haunted mansion is the coolest thing I've seen this season. REALLY!

sharon said...

Oh my! What a blast I have had! I am sooo glad you did a font blog hop. It helps to see samples. The artists you have chosen are just fabulous! Now I must go get a 2nd mortgage on my home cuz I WANT IT ALL!!!!
Sharon L

Mel said...

That eyeball jar is awesome...my son would be wowed.

doodlebug said...

Very fun!

JPScraps said...

Love your ideas...Very cute. I just finished today's hop. Amazing work. Is it too early to order my Christmas gift? They will be at the top of my list :)

jaymack said...

All the ladies did a wonderful job on this hop. Good thing we don't have to pick the best.

Maggie said...

Very cute. You are going to have a fun party with all of these.

Sandra said...

lots of inspiration here - Thanks for sharing!
Sandra

Nimue said...

Those eyeballs are almost too gross. Really really effective - Nimmy

DB said...

Awesome projects Kellie! Many thanks to JustRite for sponsoring this blog hop, I've so many great ideas!

Anonymous said...

What a great idea. We love decorating for Halloween and definietely will be using some of your ideas.

Lori said...

Awesome projects! Sure to be a hit at the party!

SusanH said...

OK, I love, love, love the eyeball in the jar!! Genius!

Trudi said...

Very cute halloween ideas. I am just loving all the ideas on the blog hop, my wish list is getting longer and longer now :)

Denise ~ Paper Ponderings said...

I am, I am! These are just fantastic ideas!

Melanie said...

Terrific ideas! These are awesome!

Melanie

Linda B said...

Wow, this is great what you have done!! (both in your projects and the blog hop) Thanks so much and if you need my address for the party, let me know!! :)

Monica-FC said...

that is so neat and the so tiny of letters. I never knew that they came so tiny. that is so cool. everything was so cool for halloween.

cindy ziliak said...

Boy would I like to come to a Halloween party at your house!

Lynn's Designer Creations said...

Looove the Haunted House. It really depicts Halloween to a tee!!

mareda said...

Love the eyes of newt

Lynna said...

Very cool project! I love Halloween!!!!

KanataNewf said...

gorgeous projects!!!

Deb said...

This project is awesome! Love how the fonts work so well.

Lisa Foster said...

More fabulous creations to go with your whole Halloween theme! WOW! This is all just amazing! I LOVE it! Fantastic ideas!
Hugs,
Lisa

Teri said...

Love your ideas. Everything is so cute. Love the house and the candle.

Val W said...

Oh my goodness, this is super cute! I'm loving this hop. It's so great to see what everyone is doing with these stamps. I'm so inspired!

Vickie Y said...

This project says party all the way! Ghouls and boys of all ages will love this centerpiece!

Handmade Creations by Stephanie said...

Great project!!!

Phyllis M. said...

Really loved the two day blog hop. Some fantastic projects and lots and lots of super ideas. Really great seeing all the different uses for the JR fonts. Thanks so much. Phyllis M.

Carolyn said...

I missed day one because I was gone all day Friday, but I'm certainly having a great time today viewing the creative projects. Who would have thought you could do so much with a Halloween theme. Love the projects posted here at JustRite Stampers.

Carolyn said...

It's me again .... when I started reading the various blogs today, I had PhotoShop on the brain and I associated the font sale with fonts used on your computer.

Duuuhhh....I now realize these are fonts you can place in the fancy holders for alignment that have appeared on several of the blogs.

I like what I see and apologize for not understanding the true concept of the "new font" used in many of the terrific projects.

STUNNING ART!

valken said...

Thanks for sharing. Awsome work.

loftylass said...

What a great time you will have at your party - these are fun projects.
I've seen so many fantastic ideas on this blog hop. Thanks to all your wonderful team. My only problem is I keep adding to the already long list of font sets I NEED!!!
HW(UK)

Cheri Howard said...

LOL! Love it!

Elsa Limas said...

How Amazing!!!
Day 2 blog hop was so fun. I loved all the ideas.

Lost in Paper said...

Very cute!! thanks so much for sharing!!