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.
Happy FALL everyone! This week I am sharing a Halloween party kit to match this party invitation. . . one post at a time, featuring these smiling bats, cute owls, happy cat, jolly pumpkins and giggling ghosts all on a chalkboard style background. Today we start with candy labels. What a great way to decorate… Read more.
This Halloween season I knew I wanted design a Halloween party for kids that was fun and playful. I started with this chalkboard style party invitation and envelope liner featuring a cute black cat, smiling bat, happy ghosts and cheerful pumpkins. The party invitation is fully editable in Acrobat and is available to download at… Read more.
I am starting to decorate my house for the fall and winter seasons. The teals and aqua items are going into storage to be replaced with plums and golds. To begin my Fall update I made a paper leaf garland and wreath out of metallic antique gold, gold leaf, copper, bronze and ruby. All I… Read more.
Last week I was invited to participate in a contest to become one of the 2014 craft bloggers for “12 Months of Martha Stewart Crafts”. I received a box full of Martha Stewart Craft goodness all in Halloween style, with which I was to create a crafty blog post. Oh what fun, I love a… Read more.
Welcome to my Halloween craft series! I will be sharing fun ideas, printable and tutorials for the next few weeks to help you get ready for the All Hallows Eve. I love the look of traditional handcrafted paper cutting, and have been collecting pieces and images of this art, though I have yet to give… Read more.