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Sunday, October 9, 2011

Decorations, Giveaways and other things to check out!

Picture of Shadow--Taken from Little Elf Toy Shop
Natural Kids is giving away a needle felted black cat (see above) from Little Elf Toy Shop.

Tatertots and Jello summarizes 17 Halloween Countdown Calendars and Decorations.

Ghostie--Picture taken from We Bloom Here
We Bloom Here is giving away a Ghostie doll (see above) on Wednesday.
Autumn Cards--Taken from Creating a Family Home
Pouch Pattern & Yarn--Taken from Creating a Family Home
Yarn--Taken from Creating a Family Home
Fall Needle Felted Decorations--Taken from Creating a Family Home





      Creating a Family Home had a week's worth of giveaways. All are recapped on this post. See all four prizes (well actually five since the pouch is two different colors being given away) above.

R. Morales Mug--Taken from Earth Mama
Earth Mama is sponsoring a R. Morales Pottery Giveaway. See to the left.
Women Living Well
Check out Women Living Well's 31 Day Fall Challenge. Week 2's challenge just came out. What a nice way to refocus ourselves to what is important! Week 1's Challenge can be found here.


A craft we are definitely going to try soon from Living, Loving, Learning Naturally.
Toilet Paper Bat--Taken from Living, Loving, Learning Naturally
Toilet Paper Bats (with hand print wings)! 

Reading Confetti celebrates National Pizza Month--October--with a book and a craft.

Monster Pillows--Taken from One Artsy Mama
One Artsy Mama has a tutorial to make these adorable Monster Pillows.


The Idea Room has many, MANY neat oreo pop ideas for anyone having a fall party. (Bats, Frankenstein, turkeys, apples, eyeballs, Mickey Mouse and more!) Also a recipe for Homemade Slime! And a recipe and decoration ideas for Homemade Halloween Playdough--great for party favors!--By the way, Crissy's Crafts sent me to The Idea Room because she made some Mickey Ghost Oreo Pops for her Not So Scary Mickey Halloween Party.

I Heart Crafty Things has some great Halloween decoration ideas for kids to make--Haunted house displays, eyeball frames and more as well as a book to go along with the crafts.


Lil' Luna has a guest blogger with some great ideas for pumpkin decorating (the craft pumpkins)
Thanksgiving Wreath--Taken from Beneath the Rowan Tree

Beneath the Rowan Tree has a great tutorial for a Thanksgiving Wreath made up of scrap fabric. (Maybe I should send the link to my Mom since she is trying to figure out what to do with hers!)

Ok, I think I have caught up with all my blogging. Well now I have to go check all the linky parties I missed this weekend. Some of my favorite ones for kids' activities happen over the weekend.