It's definitely turned cold and you know it's Halloween!
We've decked out the trees and the mantel is decked out too. LOL you'd think it was a holiday around here or something. It's been kind of fun and Busted has been really good at leaving the stuff around the bottom of the tree alone this year. It's probably because there's no good smelling stuff in any of it!
The stuffed fabric goodies are from Heartspun Primitive Treasures.com. I love Amy's ideas and fabulous work. I purchased these a few years ago and enjoy putting them out every year to celebrate the holidays.
The banner is from one of our first year's of paper crafting as a group and the blocks from last year I think. The Bottle of Boo's from a couple of years ago as well. The Cauldron below is from a SVGCuts.com file as are the bat and candy corn cones. We've had so much fun with these 3-D paper crafts!
all files from Party on Elm Street by SVGCuts.com
With November just around the corner -- it's time to start thinking about Thanksgiving and Christmas! Oh my! Not much time to get it all done. And we also have a few birthdays creeping up shortly too.
Aren't these slices cute? Another SVGCuts.com file. You could make a whole pie if you wanted and slip them into a box and serve as a gift filled with slips of gratitude or small gifts at your Thanksgiving dinner. Make them more feminine or masculine by what you "dress" them with.
As always, the holidays are filled with family -- both near and far. This year, most of our family will be elsewhere. We haven't decided what we'll be doing, whether we'll be cooking and inviting a few friends over or what... though we need to decide in the next week or so. Would love to cook the FEAST!
embossing folders, die cutting machines, eyelets: Provo Craft
ink, paper: Stampin' Up!
paper crimper: Fiskars
All materials same as above
embossing powder: Ranger