Friday, November 9, 2012

Fall Blog Hop

Welcome, if you came from Lydia's blog then you are in the right place.
Hope you started at Frosted Designs BLOG. 

This is a RECIPE challenge Blog Hop - Now what does that mean??  

We have an overall Theme of "Fall" and the RECIPE can be found along the way.  Each Designer listed one "ingredients" on their blog.  There are 12 stops on the hop, which makes 12 Ingredients.  You choose 6 of the 12 ingredients to create your "Fall" project and link it up to the Frosted Designs BLOG.

Easy peasy!!

We have some awesome sponsors for our hop:

Here is what I have created for you.
In keeping the Recipe Challenge I decided to create one of my family's favorite recipe at Thanksgiving.

My Recipe item for you is.


Leave me a comment with a link to your LO/Project/Card using my recipe item, become a follower if your not one already and I will
put you in a drawing to win $15 to your favorite on line store.
Thank you for stopping by Happy Hopping your next stop is

Here is the complete blog line up in case you get lost along the way (or found me first).

Lori A.  
Diana **You are Here**  
Lori M.  


Hazel said...

Super idea for a different kind of blog hop - love your crafting - I've become a follower x

BrendaB said...

Sounds yummy, Diana! I've gotta try your recipe this year.

MichelleMc said...

Your recipe sounds delicious, may have to try it. Thanks for sharing.

Frugal Scrapper Extraordinaire said...

What a great idea to make a RECIPE project for a RECIPE challenge! Sharing a favorite family recipe is a great idea. Your project is very inspiring...if I could cook, I'd join in, but alas, that very good trait didn't make it to me, lol...Thanks for sharing such a good idea!

Julie Dionne said...

This is a wonderful idea ! Love your project, and that recipe sure looks yummy ! TFS !

Krisha said...

Great LO idea. Might have to try that recipe.

Brenshevia Baker said...


Barb Craft said...

Yummm!! I love a good recipe!! Your LO is gorgeous... love the flower cluster and the way you scattered the leaves on the page! So pretty!

barb :)

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Like your recipe layout. I have been making recipe layouts for my daughter.
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Debbie P said...

Sounds great! Thanks for sharing! Beautiful job!

Teresa Jaye said...

oh, pretty layout Diana and what a great idea to document this recipe! I love your flower and fall leaf cluster.

Wendy said...

yum! sounds like a very yummy recipe. And your little clusters are so pretty!

Karen C said...

Great idea, I have a friend who is wanting to make a cookbook, I need to share your page with her!
Karen C

ClaireR said...

I love recipe LO, I havent done one yet but your LO definitely inspires me try and create one. I love your use of fall leaves.

PS: Im now following and cant wait to see your future LOs

Marcia said...

I am already a follower and I love the recipe page! TFS!

Debbie Bakk said...

What a cute project you did and I love to put leaves on pages and cards too- so festive with the glitter. Here is a link to my layout on my blog- Thanks for the wonderful Fall Blog Hop- I used all 12 ingredients.

paperpapier said...
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paperpapier said...

What a lovely recipe layout...!
My entry to the challenge is Here

Tina said...

The recipe looks delicious.

ClaireR said...

I used fall leaves in my project for the fall recipe hop. here is the link:

Bev said...

i am a new follower.. great inspiration in this hop.. thanks

Debbie said...

Beautiful Diana! The recipe sounds delicious! Love your cluster of flowers and leaves!

Andrea Fogleman said...

Nothing screams fall like cranberry relish :) Awesome!

megha said...

pretty layout

Angela said...

Here is my project! Thanks! I used fall leaves on my background paper.

Pia S said...

Cranberry relish - never tasted it, but reading the recipe I'm sure I'd love it! What a nice idea for a fall project!

Mandi said...

Here is my project.