I know that it is early…but I just had to show you this darling Dana Engemann Bat! Continue reading
Today I have a fun Halloween Witch Boot Cookie Holder for you to make! This is an easy craft project that even the kids could help with as long as you manage the hot glue gun! This would be perfect for visiting teaching, teacher gifts, neighbor gifts, or just a thinking about you gift!
My daughter asked me if I would help her put this Sparkly Halloween Wreath together. Continue reading
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BOO! It’s Halloween time!
Halloween is a very exciting time of year filled with all kinds of crafting possibilities! Duck Tape® has so many fun patterns available that the Halloween decorating ideas are endless! Check out this fun way to be safe this Halloween with Duck Tape® a plastic pumpkin bucket and some fun ribbon and embellishments!
Does anyone else want to be safe this Halloween? Then check out these simple steps to make a trick or treat bucket that will help you have a fun, safe Halloween night! Continue reading
I cannot believe that October is already more than half over! Where does the time go???
Today for my Thursday’s Thought, I decided to make these fun Halloween Soup Can labels, instead of a thought, I don’t think that anyone will mind… right?
I am sure that you have probably seen this idea before but they are such a fun idea for kids, grandkids, co-workers, visiting teaching, neighbors or to BOO your friends!
We were able to get our cabin all put back together from the fire and the flood, just in time for my craft retreat this weekend. (Sometimes it helps to have a deadline that you are working for!) The new carpet was installed on Monday and we arrived on Thursday! The ladies were all kind enough to help me put a couple of the beds back in the right place and do a quick little clean-up.
We started the weekend with a shopping trip to World Market and a couple of other places, then we had dinner at Cafe Rio, a favorite of everyone! After dinner we drove up to our cabin. There were 6 of us and we had a great time over the course of the next two days getting to know each other. We crafted, we ate, we talked, we laughed, we ate, we crafted some more and just had a great overall time.
This is what the loft looked like most of the weekend. We were painting, sewing, paper crafting and doing vinyl! We were able to complete 5 different projects in one day! It was pretty much a marathon, but such a fun one! We started Friday morning right after breakfast and ended at about midnight! With only a couple of breaks in between.