October 16, 2013

Halloween Crafts, Recipes and Printables!

You've probably noticed I've been a little lacking in the Halloween department this year. I'm (still) feeling a touch tapped out, creatively. It happens to everyone. Or, so I'm told. And, instead of forcing it, I'm taking time to just..be. Sometimes it's okay to just be. Today, instead of showing you something entirely new, I've decided to gather some of my PAST Halloween ideas. In case you missed them the first time around.

I'll call this recycling.

Recycling is awesome.

Recycling is responsible.

I'M awesome and responsible. 

(See how okay I am with my lack of creativity?!)

Candy Corn Crunch

Glow-in-the-Dark Halloween Banner

Halloween Door Hanger

Painted Halloween Sign (Using Charcoal Transferring)

Free Halloween Printable

Cobweb Pumpkin

Free Halloween Printable Tags
I'll be back tonight for our weekly link party.

And, I'll be back on Friday to show you a handful of link party features. They'll probably be Halloween themed. I hope you like Halloween.


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  6. It is a soft, sticky, and gooey food made from the outer skin of cow’s udder and is eaten as a snack. It has a sweet, creamy, and milky taste that is very similar to ice cream.

  7. Cajun cuisine originates from the Acadian people who were expelled from Nova Scotia, Canada, by the British in the 18th century.


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