Every good witch or wizard needs a fine set of apothecary labels for some playful Halloween decorations, right? Here is a set that will keep your potion making ingredients in order. I will be honest, we had such a good time designing and planning this photo shoot which is hosted by worldlabel.com today. These spooky,… Read more.
For the last no-sew costume of our series this year (see the dragon, superhero boy and girl, bandit and butterfly here), we are going to do a little flash-back from a few years ago. As a fun little vacation, I took Emily and her boyfriend to meet my sister and her two teen boys for… Read more.
Here we are, exactly two weeks from All Hallows Eve. Last year we shared with you an adorable kid’s Halloween party and gave you all the cute and kid friendly printables to decorate. This year we are showing you a more grown-up party that is still elegant and stylish along with the gritty and grim…. Read more.
We are rounding out this week’s Homemade Halloween costumes with this adorable last minute no-sew butterfly costume. No one can resist a butterfly and I know this little girl loved spinning and twirling through our photo shoot. This costume is cute and girlish in every way. We picked different shades of lavender and pink from… Read more.
It is the season for costumes and when Michaels asked us to show another DIY costume for today’s Michaels Makers blog hop we decided to share one that is perfect for one of Portland’s favorite past times. Portland hosts the 10th largest marathon in the U.S. and smaller ones once or sometimes even twice a… Read more.
It is day two for our homemade Halloween costumes and today I am giving you a twofer! (That would be a “two in one”). Superhero costumes are a classic and we made these for our Lightning Boy and Star Girl. You can choose your child’s favorite colors for their custom costume. I found my gorgeous… Read more.
What fun it is to explore what the new Cricut Explore will make and especially when it comes to Halloween decorations! These mini lanterns are cut from one sheet of 8.5 x 11 black metallic paper and use a half sheet of white vellum to make the frosted windows both from paper-papers.com. With the Explore… Read more.
This week we are starting a series of homemade Halloween costumes that are great for last minute and are no-sew! Woo hoo! I will start the series with this adorable little dragon costume. Even though I do sew, it seemed like a fun project to create these cute costumes (there will be 4 total) using… Read more.
I am planning to make a crepe paper centerpiece for my Thanksgiving table. . . I will share all of the pieces and steps with you which will include artichokes, pine cones, mums, fall leaves and acorn. Ooooh, I am so excited to make all of these! The second piece I am making (you can… Read more.
What a pretty bat garland! It is easy to see it for the scalloped shape before even realizing it is a sting of bats. This garland is a perfect weekend project and is easy enough for kids to join you. Simply use the bat pattern to cut all of your bats from a black paper…. Read more.
Michaels had invited us, yes that mean you too, to #TrickYourPumpkin! That sounds like fun, right? We are tricking our pumpkins by making them think they are a round black cat, a chubby horned owl and a sly orange fox. Ha! These balls of cuteness are made from using foam pumpkins, craft felt and googly… Read more.
Of course I would have to make an elegantly spooky wreath for my DIY Halloween Decorations, right? This black and grey creep, oops, I mean crepe paper wreath so so simple to make with just a few materials and tools. These textured black flowers and feathers do remind me of crow feathers and the little… Read more.
Halloween seems to be a favorite holiday for a lot of kids. There is plenty of scary and spooky party decorations so last year I decided to design a set of Halloween party ideas that is just chocked full of cuteness! Why not, right? And why not share them with you again this year? This… Read more.
Now that my front porch is ready for Halloween, I started in on decorating my house with DIY Halloween decorations. I wanted to set up an inviting entry with treats for my guests and the focal point being a flying crow chandelier. We began this project by cutting out paper crows from a black metallic… Read more.
Happy October everyone! To me Halloween and Martha Stewart go hand in hand. She just has a knack for this holiday so when I received my new 12 Months of Martha box I was delighted to see it full of Halloween decor goodies. I decided to choose a black and white spider theme and use… Read more.
It is that time of year! We are going to start our Halloween season of DIY projects with this adorable Halloween window cling set we designed just for you. These clings are perfect for the little kids with happy pumpkins, laughing ghosts and an adorable black cat. You can make this clings using your Cricut… Read more.
Today is round-up day for this fun kid’s Halloween party kit that I designed around a chalkboard style. It is fun to see everything put together and the options on how you can use each piece are there for you to get creative too. I had such a great time designing with these little creatures… Read more.
To add the finishing touches to a Halloween party table, I love to see food and dessert tags, or in this case candy tags. These chalkboard style tags are editable for you to add in your food, beverage or treat name. First install the free font Museo Slab. Once that is done, download the PDF… Read more.
Today it is all about decorating the cupcakes! Continuing with the chalkboard theme, these little round designs feature the cute faces of our Halloween characters. Here are two pages of round designs that you can use on either label paper for a sticker sheet or print onto card stock to make these cupcake toppers. One… Read more.
Continuing with our Halloween party theme, what is a party without a banner or bunting? This orange and purple banner is a perfect match for the chalkboard style Halloween party invitation and candy wraps. Just download the banner below and print onto a card stock. To finish the look are these decorative paper bats. You… Read more.