Friday, August 31, 2012

Halloween Spooktacular Banner Hop

BOO! Banner 

Welcome to the annual 
Halloween Spooktacular Banner Hop 
for Special Needs Children!
The Queen is delighted to join with more than
3 dozen other women who have each made 
at least one Halloween-themed banner
that will be donated to hang 
in the room of a medically-fragile child at 
Pediatric Specialty Care in Pennsylvania.
Our Hop Hostess (Ellen CardMonkey Jarvis) works at
PSC’s Bucks County site as Admissions Coordinator. 
The Banner Hop starts HERE , so please be 
sure to circle back to the beginning 
to see all of the terrific banners have 
been made for these very special children.
So if you come from Beth's Blog 
your on the right track...
Now The Queen created a cute banner that she
hopes will hang proudly in child room to bring some
Cheer to someone Child...

The Queen used image from 
Mejen's Designs called
Cutie Skull (click to order) 
Letters where cut from
Cricut Cart Mickey's Font
  
Green Ribbon is Celebrate It Brand 
you can get at Micheal's Crafts
The Cutie Skulls are on 
Action Wobbles (Click Here to Order)
They really make things interactive  
Now here's the whole BOO Banner in
it's Glory ready to adorn a special child room 
now on for some Royal Treatment
for stopping by ...
The Queen will be giving away a set
from  the Royal Castle Shoppe 
Royal Garden
So make sure you are a follower
of The Scrapbooking Queen's Blog
and comment below on your favorite 
Halloween Costume

Now you next stop on this Banner Hop is

25 comments:

Ellen Jarvis said...

Hello, My Queen! My favorite Halloween costume was worn by my daughter one year. Tongue-in-cheek, she went as a One-Night-Stand. She took a box and made it look like a nightstand (next to your bed), cut a hole in it for her head on which she wore a lampshade. She glued an alarm clock and a box to the top of the nightstand, and on her legs wore fishnet stockings, and on her arms she had long silk gloves, seductively.

LOVE your banner -- That skull, adorable! And I have it in my Meljen Designs collection. YAY!

May you be blessed for all the kind things you do!

Fondly,
Ellen ♥ CardMonkey
http://cardmonkeyspaperjungle.com
E-mail: cardmonkey@comcast.net

Susan Martin said...

Your banner is fantastic!! Love the colors.. the kids are going to love it!!

Kate said...

Your banner is so pretty. Love it.

cema1cema said...

So great!! I love Halloween! My favorite costume was a cheerleading outfit my mom made. Christina ccapps35@gmail.com

silvia said...

Fabulous banner!! I LOVE that the skulls are ore wobbly!!!
My favorite halloween costume was "Tina Turner" my senior year of high school :)

craftaholic said...

Great Banner Queen!! Very cheery and colorful!! Love the Skull faces!! thanks for being part of a very Special Blog Hop!! I already follow you!! TFS!!

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Rexann♥

quilt4fun2 said...

Your banner will make some little face smile when they see the cutie skull wobble...Great idea. I like how you used the green ribbons!
quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

Boots And Bling Time said...

Absolutely adorable my friend! I am going to make one to hang above my front door! So sweet of you to do this for some sweet child!
Hugs,
Sheree

Creative M said...

What a Super Cute and Fun banner!!Love the Skull...Awesome!
Migdalia

Lori Apgar said...

Adorable banner!!! Love the ribbon hanging in between each flag! The orange tulle is perfect too! Love it!!

Crafty Teacher said...

Very cute. I love the cute skulls and how you added green ribbon between the pennants :)
:)Khrista

Pammejo said...

Very cute banner, love all of the skulls!!! Your banner is so adorable. TFS Pammejo

Vicky said...

soo cute love it, makes me wish for fall well done

Vicky said...

Wowzer Queenie your banner is cute the kids will love it. love the green ribbon in the middle of each banner. really pops.

Edwina said...

How cute. Love the bows on the skulls. Love the papers you used. Thanks for sharing. Edwina Brown edwina.brown@live.com

Gloria Westerman said...

Cute...cute....cute.....love it....tfs

M&Ddesigns said...

Queen: Who would have thought of putting a bow on a skull...Meljens (of course)! I really like the smiling ghosts & how you tied the green bows. We are new GFC followers.

We're glad to be a part of the hop with you! ~Beth & Emily
Motherandaughterdesigns.blogspot.com
Mddesigns_11@yahoo.com

Tambo said...

Queen Theresa, Your banner is just so adorable! I love the fact that you used a bow on the skulls and the addition of the wobbles for the skull. I just bought some of those at the scrapbook convention, but haven't used them yet. I think they are just so fun! I love the shape of the pennant pieces too and the addition of the ribbon hanging between each one. I am sure that the child who receives this is going to be ecstatic! Very well done! I am already a follower. tfs Tami
tambo1010 at comcast dot net
Tambo's Creations!

jennifer said...

such an adorable banner - love it

Shawnee said...

Very cute!! I love that you made the skulls wobble. I know that the children will love it!!

Jessica S said...

Theresa, I adore the skull image and didn't know that was available at Meljen. Great color combo on your banner and fantastic job tying the ribbon on!
:O)
Jessica S

Jenny said...

Love those skeleton heads! Love the bright orange BOO words as well! TFS!

Gramjak said...

Your banner is sooooooo adorable --and Ellen's daughter's 'ONE NIGHT STAND" wins the prize for the funniest and best costume!

I'm a follower and I've had a blast on this blog hop!!!

Janet said...

Love this banner cute shape and awesome fun paper and colors!
Big Blog Hugs, Janet

Christine Kiehl said...

What an adorable banner. I just love it. Thanks for sharing and for doing this very special hop!