One week! In one week, one of my all time favorite Holidays of the year will be in full celebration! I’m knee-deep in tailoring costumes for Doc McStuffins and the 11th Doctor Who. Our grands are going to be over the top excited especially when they discover tonight is the first Halloween “dress rehearsal” at their school carnival. The fun is beginning!! And to help you get in the spirit we’re sharing a bit more Halloween on Pinterest.
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Did you get a chance to check out the easy step by step tutorial for our Fabric Halloween Wreath? I think you’ll love the results!
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One of my favorite catalogs is Grandin Road. I may not always purchase the products. Sometimes I simply reproduce them on my own. Like this gorgeous fireplace Mantel Scarf. It’s my latest project in the making.
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Who would have thought that simply adding a bit of glitter could make something so extraordinary? Sarah, from Bombshell Bling, created a Pottery Barn knock off that is incredibly awesome! I have this Glitter Skeleton at the top of my Halloween to-do list!
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Eek!!! Oh my goodness! I have been wanting to make my own marquee for a few years now. I may not get this spooky “Eek” Marquee done this Halloween but I’ll be putting the step by step tutorial from Lolly Jane to good use next year!
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I am over the moon for pumpkins! If they weren’t so expensive I would have dozens decorating the inside and outside of our home. I’ve always preferred pumpkins uncarved in their natural form. I favor warty bumps and always a wicked good stem. But as of late, I’ve discovered festive decorated pumpkins on Pinterest. Like this adorable Button Pumpkin from Better Homes and Gardens. Boo!!
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This has got to be one of the easiest treats I have ever made. They’re festive, oh so good and… you can switch up the colors for other holidays too! Make some Halloween memories by enlisting the help of the kids and/or grandkids when making our Chocolate Dipped Halloween Treats.
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David and I have been using Evite for conference tickets and events for quite sometime. But I wasn’t aware of the Evite Gatherings blog that is full of delightful ideas like this Chocolate Mummy Apple. Yum!
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How awesome are these DIY Halloween Spell Books?!? I can’t wait to give Lindsey’s tutorial a go! Spooky, festive and oh so Halloweenie!
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I love getting creative especially if it’s something I can do with the grands. I’m looking forward to creating Dana’s batty wall with our grandchildren. I think they’re going to love the Bats as much as I do. Precious memories in the making!!
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We have six ghosts that hold hands and dance around our front yard every Halloween. I’m thinking Ashley’s Floating Head Hanging Ghosts will be the perfect addition on our front porch.
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And once again we have my passion for anything garland. How about this Pottery Barn Inspired Halloween Garland from Michelle at Sweet Something Designs? She shares her step by step tutorial too!
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