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October 26, 2012

Orange Blog Hop

Welcome to the Third Annual Fiskateers ORANGE Blog Hop!  If you're hopping along, you should have come from Cindy's.  (If you are joining us in the middle, go to www.fiskateers.com to start from the beginning.)  

Today we are celebrating Fiskars' signature color, ORANGE.  Almost everyone is familiar with Fiskars' famous orange-handled scissors, but Fiskars makes so many other wonderful products for crafting, sewing, gardening, and more.  Each stop along our Hop will feature different Fiskars' products with a big helping of ORANGE!  

For you I have made a Halloween wreath where I have used my Seal of Approval Squeeze Punch. I adore the squeeze  punches because they are so easy to use that even if you have Arthritis you will find them easily operated :) Sorry about the glare on picture 3 but because of the lights I cannot get a better one :/

Here is a picture of the punch I used today:


  






























For more information about Fiskars and the Fiskateer program, you can go to http://www.fiskateers.com/join/.   Now, hop along to the next stop!  You will be visiting:

Jennifer Ashley


Thanks for coming by! Leave a message saying you've been by please :)
Deb♥

39 comments:

  1. Your wreath is so cute! I love the spiderweb detail and all the fun shapes.

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  2. Cute wreath! Love just love that punch! So many uses!

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  3. Very Cute Deb.....This is a great punch. I need to get one of these. Wonderful project and just in time for Halloween. :)

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  4. Very cute wreath Deb and I love the spider web in the middle!

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  5. Great use of the punch. I am so loving this wreath!

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  6. Love the added spider web in the middle!

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  7. This is such a great idea!!! Very creative!
    #6558

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  8. Im not much of a halloween fan... But your wreath is cute! :)

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  9. Really neat wreath...i love all the halloween characters

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  10. Totally groovy wreath!!!

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  11. Neat Wreath GD. TFS
    Hugs, Rosalee #5977

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  12. Great Halloween Wreath, Deb!

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  13. Adorable! Love the holiday/Fiskars spirit!

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  14. So cute! Love the spider web inside!

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  15. Cool! I love making wreaths. I've seen so many great ones lately, many made of paper! I need to get to work and make one for my own house. :)

    Always love your blog. I subscribe normally, but today I'm visiting through the hop!

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  16. What a fun Halloween wreath. TFS.

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  17. Tanya #5407October 26, 2012

    Hi there! I like the spider web behind the wreath, very clever!

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  18. What a great wreath! So cool and SPOOKtacular!

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  19. DebbieC.#4668October 26, 2012

    Great looking wreath. I like that you can light it too.

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  20. A spider web wreath! What a GROOVY idea! Very cool! Jean #8889

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  21. Your wreath is so Groovy! Love the idea!

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  22. Fab wreath Deb - LOVE your spiderweb in the middle!!!
    I have arthritis and love my squeeze punches too :)

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  23. Awesome-awesome-awesome! I think this is the grooviest!

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  24. What a great wreath! Just perfect for Halloween.

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  25. I am making a fall wreath and for some reason I did not think about lights. Thank you for shring your wreath.

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  26. A cute project using a fun squeeze punch. Thanks for sharing!!

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  27. Very nice Deb! Love the spider web in the middle!

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  28. Great job decorating, Deb! I can see that wreath being recycled for so many occassions! It would be easy to do with more fun punches!

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  29. Great wreath-way to go Groovy!

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  30. Wonderful Halloween wreath!

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  31. I like your wreath... I think I will try one, thanks for the inspiration.

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  32. Great wreath, Deb! I love that it is lighted and, well, that it has so much orange, of course!

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