Lawnscaping FIT October Blog Hop

Hi, everybody! It’s time for our monthly Facebook Inspiration Team blog hop at the Lawnscaping Challenges blog! You’ve probably arrived here from Kim’s blog, but in case you’re starting here, you can find the full list of the blogs in today’s hop at the bottom of my post!

This month’s hop is once again being sponsored by The Ink Road! We’ll pick a winner from all of the comments left on our hop to receive a $25 gift certificate to The Ink Road!

Our inspiration color for this month’s hop is ORANGE, so I made a pair of fall holiday tags: one for Thanksgiving and another for Halloween.


On the Thanksgiving tag, I combined the mice from Lawn Fawn‘s “Thankful Mice” stamp set with the “So Thankful” set. Both tags feature a heat embossed background strip using the “Gingham Backdrops” set.  The scene on the Halloween tag combines stamps from “Monster Mash” and “Spooktacular” sets.  I tied a length of Candy Corn Lawn Trimmings twine to the top of each tag.

October 2015 Hop

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Don’t forget to leave a comment for me before you hop over to Angel’s blog! Make sure to include your e-mail address so we can contact you if you’re chosen as the lucky winner of a $25 gift certificate from The Ink Road!

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29 thoughts on “Lawnscaping FIT October Blog Hop

  1. sunshinehoneybee says:

    The gingham background looks wonderful. First thought it was ribbon or a stencil and wonderfully surprised to see it is a stamp.
    “Sunshine HoneyBee”

  2. Jean Bullock says:

    Love these tags – especially the Thankful one. How nice that would be to tie onto a food or beverage gift on Thanksgiving. giveawayjean at gmaildotcom

  3. cmayne says:

    Oh my stars! My Halloween infatuation with the little monsters is off the scale with the tag you’ve created! And the little mice? EEEE…a whole of cuteness and creativity happening here!
    ~carol (

  4. Amy McWhorter says:

    Omg!! I want that gingham stamp!! I love love love any kind of checked background! Guess that’s the “southern” in me. I have a tractor stamp that background would go perfect with! lol!

  5. Denise Bryant says:

    Cute tags! Love the gingham background on the colored papers and the adorable Halloween stamps you used!

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