October Frights Day 5: Halloween Crafts

I’ve unfortunately been sick during the hop and haven’t gotten much writing done. Yesterday, to lift my spirits, I decided to do something crafty. This is made with craft foam. Not just for kids, I’m a little addicted to creating stuff like this. My other creation this year is a bit of a cluttered mess. LOL! But I like it! Leave a comment on Winnie Jean’s and C. Reschke’s posts and you are entered to … Read more

How to: Christmas Present Wall Hanging

I’ve had the idea for this Christmas wall hanging on my mind for three years now. I even cut the cardboard to make it a couple years ago. Well, it finally got made this year and now hangs in our living room. So incredibly easy to make and you probably even have the supplies laying around your house. Kids, make sure you do this one with a parent. Cutting the cardboard can be a little … Read more

Book Review: Best of Halloween Tricks & Treats

Today’s Halloween book review is more of a magazine review. It’s Best of Halloween Tricks & Treats by Better Homes and Gardens. Here’s what it’s about: From spooky to whimsical and everything in between, this publication offers readers a wide variety of projects with a strong family focus that appeals to a broad range of consumers. With the “Better Homes and Gardens”(r) brand, readers can trust that the ideas and projects found inside will help … Read more

Book Review: Paper Crafts for Halloween by Randel Mcgee

Today’s Halloween book review is Paper Crafts for Halloween by Randel Mcgee Do you want to make your own haunted house? Haunted houses are a fun and scary part of Halloween. Follow storyteller Randel McGee as he explores Halloween in PAPER CRAFTS FOR HALLOWEEN. Learn to make a flying bat, sitting black cat, goofy goggles, and even a haunted house! There are all easy patterns to make and the directions are pretty easy to follow. … Read more

Extreme Halloween by Tom Nardone

Today’s Halloween book is Extreme Halloween: The ultimate Guide to Making Halloween Scary Again by Tom Nardone. Here’s what it’s about: From baking hemorrhaging desserts to burying family and friends alive, the outrageous projects in this guide will inspire readers to transform the house, the yard, the kids, and the wardrobe for the scariest Halloween ever. Some of the spooky ideas include: Alligator in the Leaf Pile, Toilet Bowl of Candy, Fog Your Yard, Buried … Read more