Saturday, October 16, 2010

SSC Haunted Halloween Blog Hop!!!

Welcome to Simply Scrapping Crafts First Annual Haunted Hallow Hop! We have quite a line-up for you today filled with lots of tricks and treats! Now what would trick or treating be without candy? Eye candy that is! Our DT has been busy at work in Dr. Jekyll's lab creating just the right formula to inspire your hauntingly sweet projects this year. Be sure to comment all of the blogs along the way because we have "hidden" some extra special treats along the way. There is no way to tell where we have them stashed, so be sure not to miss out! Some of our hop hosts are giving an extra entry for becoming a follower. Be sure when leaving your comment, you say you became a follower!!

Who doesn't appreciate more chances to win right?

All winners will be announced on Tuesday, October 19, 2010 via the DT blogs and also in the hop room at SSC, which can easily be accessed here . You have until 11:59PM EST tonight, October 16, 2010 to comment for your chance to win. All you need to do is click on each link and leave a comment as you hop along to the end of the list.

Are you ready for a frightfully wicked Haunted Hallow Hop? Let's get to hoppin'!


In my WICKEDEST WITCH VOICE, are you ready for some yummy pickled FINGERS?? These delicious edible fingers are delivered to you in this ALTERED PICKLE JAR....Yup, its true, started out as a jar full of pickle spears!




So these peanut buttery fingers are SUPER easy to create...here is the recipe:
1 egg
1 cup of sugar
1 cup of peanut butter
Slivered Almonds

Combine all ingredients except almonds. Shape into fingers on ungreased cookie sheet. Place slivered almond at tip for the {nail}.

Cute AND Gross LOL, but the kids will love them, and hopefully so will my neighbor because thats who is getting this jar full of fingers!!

ON TO THE NEXT BLOG...you are headed to see Emily!!!! Thanks for HOPPING by to see my Halloween treats!!

HAPPY HALLOWEEN HOPPING!!!!

39 comments:

  1. how you make pickled fingers sound yummo is beyond me miss amy, knew you would kick some serious BUTT on your project ! love the colors & such a cute blog.

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  2. Finally, a good use for my giant pickle jars! Thanks.

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  3. This is FABULOUS Amy!!! That accordian flower is an awesome accent! I would love to try those cookies!!!

    LOVE YOU SISTAH PEA!!!!

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  4. I love the accordian pumpkin on top!!! And the "pickled fingers". I just saw them in a magazine recently, great idea for your jar. Fabulous Halloween project!

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  5. Great idea and a beautiful way to display and gift your "pickled fingers."

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  6. Hello my beauty.. I love this jar.. so creative and amazing.. you rock chicky!! love youXx

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  7. Thank you so much girls...I am glad you are enjoying the hop...I wish I had gotten some of the cookies done to show off, but a busy week made for NO COOKIES..BOOOOOOOOO

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  8. How fun!! This would be a perfect gift for my husband!!

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  9. Cute project. Will have to try the cookies. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Amy....
    I LOVE your blog and am already we happy to be a follower and big fan of your wonderful creations.

    Your sweet little ones are absolutely adorable and the picture is so sweet. Awwwwwww!!!

    I'm not sure about the pickled fingers, but I sure do love your jar and think it's another great project. You ROCK!!

    You're a doll and I think the world of you!! You and so many of the SSC gals are so dear to me and that's what makes SSC so special to me...

    Hugs,
    Lis

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  11. gross recipe and fabulous gift jar--a wicked Halloween treat!

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  12. I am new to your blog! The first thing that made me smile was the pic of your two munchins at the top - how darling are they??!!!! And your altered jar project is so dang creative! Great job. I am now a follower of your blog!

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  13. What a great way to repurpose your pickle jar! Did the pickle smell go away after you washed it? I just love the accordion flower you made.

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  14. What a fun Halloween project...love the idea for the almond sliver fingernail!

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  15. So glad I stopped by again! I'm excited to try that recipe! The jar is adorable!!

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  16. LOL! I am going to have to try my hand at making those fingers!!

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  17. Such a fun idea. I wish I was having a hallowen party so I could have pickled fingers.

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  18. Amy, First I want to thank you for the greeting on your blog with the two adorable faces smiling to greet all of your friends. I have added myself as a follower so I can come back and check out more of your blog.

    Your altered pickle jar is so cute and the pickled fingers sound so yummy! Im going to have to try it. Just had a question about the recipe, just an egg, sugar and peanut butter? No baking? Sounds too simple, but want to make sure I didnt miss a baking step. Love the almond fingernails too! Bet you could put some 'polish' on the almonds with food color..lol Im going to have to try it! Your addition of the 3D pumpkin on top of the jar is adorable!

    Thanks for the smiles and making the hop so much more fun!
    ~Andrea

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  19. Love the idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  20. LADIES.....can you say I TOTALLY had a blonde moment and FORGET TO TYPE THE REST OF THE DIRECTIONS FOR THE COOKIES??? HAHAH, YES they need to be baked...at 350 degrees until golden brown...it takes about ten minutes depending on the fatness of the fingers!!

    Sorry for the confusions girls, I was just overly excited hahaha!!!

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  21. Ack!!! It stole my first comment I wrote.

    Okay, let me try this again!

    LOVE the jar Amy! The colors and all the details are fabulous! So wonderfully creative!

    Loving the idea of some cookies too! Big hugs!

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  22. I can't tell you how adorable your kids are! and that jar is just perfect and I can't wait to try your recipe. thanks for sharing.

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  23. Your girls are adorable... That jar, you did a wonderful job creating. I recipe sounds good and I will have to try then and I do see you have to bake them at 350 degrees untell golden brown. Thanks for sharing that.

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  24. Ooh, those faces at the top! Too cute! Neat project.

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  25. This is so "Freak"ing awesome! I love the idea, though I admit I felt a little nauseous when I first saw it! But can I tell you how I LOVE that pumpkin on the top! :)

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  26. That has to be the cutest jar I have seen...what an awesome idea!!! And ooo...I love my peanutbutter and who would of thought to make finger cookieswith them...will be doing making these to give to friends (2 lil boys)..you rocked on this one girl! I am now following you...:)

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  27. What an awesome idea!! Thank you for Inspiration and the blog hoppin good time!

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  28. Amy your jar totally ROCKS! I love it when every day things can be recycled into beautiful masterpieces!

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  29. Teehee very cute indeed and a recipe, thank you!

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  30. Fabulous-o, Amy! Wish I had seen this before Anna's bday party! love it!

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  31. LOVE your project. Love the pickled fingers - thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  32. great jar!! love that flower!!

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  33. Amy, It is so neat to see the pic of your precious little ones. Your pickles finger project is wonderful recycling idea and thanks for sharing your recipe. I became a follower as well.

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  34. such cute kids!!!!!!!! and fun idea for sure..but dont u have to cook that egg? lol cher

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  35. yes I follow too!

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  36. I must have been on here too soon, what a darling jar, love the pumpkin on top. you better get baking, you got a lot of fingers to make.

    cute idea!

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