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Cassi
Interests: my kids, my pets, sewing, embroidery, Norah Jones, children's books, crochet, homeschool, bird watching, learning to speak Spanish, historical fiction, Bach, the internet and computers, Buddhism, art history, vintage bird figurines, used bookstores, Mexican food, fabric stores, crafting, vintage linens and dishware, organizing, gardening, weekend trips, David Sedaris, pink and brown, grammar books, Satie, old Czech wall pockets, Jack Johnson, the Sims, holidays, key lime pie, Mexican beer, swanky swigs, blue and green, flea markets, heart rocks, nature journaling, Kwan Yin, scrapbooking
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adorable bat peg dolls via We Bloom Here. It just wouldn't be Halloween without some creepy crawly crafts, but, don't worry, these 15 ideas are more cute than creepy! spider sac treat holders via Tikkido make your own toy springy... Continue reading
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paper bag pumpkin craft via Confetti Sunshine sparkly crystal pumpkin art via Blog Me Mom dip dyed pumpkin garland via Art Bar paper plate pumpkins for preschoolers via Happy Hooligans felt pumpkin bean bags via Make It Your Own toilet... Continue reading
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Let's Do Something Crafty shares this slightly creepy but fun scary doll Halloween bunting that is a great way to use up random buttons and fabric and yarn scraps. Continue reading
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I'm in love with these gorgeous pumpkins colored with oil pastels at Aunt Peaches. We'll definitely give this no-carve pumpkin idea a try. Continue reading
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Meri Cherry shows you how to change spin art into Jack O' Lantern sun catchers that must look amazing with the sun streaming through. Continue reading
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This pumpkin was created by adding multiple layers of paint and glitter to get this gorgeous galaxy look. I think kids will have a blast with this and each one will be unique. Get the tutorial at The Swell Designer. Continue reading
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Add to the fun of regular slime by adding craft foam and googly eye details that will turn them into slime monsters! Find out more at Mama. Papa. Bubba. Continue reading
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Picklebums shares this fun free printable featuring monster drawing prompts such as "Who belongs to these sharp fangs?" and "Who belongs to these eyes?" Your kids will love using their imagination to fill in the details! Continue reading
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These Halloween surprise ball treats would make great Halloween party favors or to pass out to your favorite trick-or-treaters. Get the details at Tiny Rotten Peanuts. Continue reading
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Happy Hooligans shares a cute preschool Halloween craft showing how to turn paper plates into spiders. Continue reading
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I love these beautiful silhouette lanterns found at Adventure In A Box. Although these are highly detailed, the method can be used with kids and still yield really cool results. Continue reading
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Find some fun Halloween straws and turn them into a necklace like these found at Fireflies & Mudpies. Continue reading
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When I started blogging, my kids were 10 years younger than they are now; one is in college, one is almost in college and my baby is in high school! Yikes, it goes so fast! Of course I have tons... Continue reading
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That Artist Woman shares this really cool textured owl art project that kids and adults of all ages will want to try. Continue reading
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Gather some leaves and press them, then use them to make these cute toilet paper roll leaf people. Details at GroBeltern & Enkel. Continue reading
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Check out this creepy face changer project! Just print two copies of your child's portrait and follow the directions at Bookhou Crafts. Continue reading
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This easy idea at Fun At Home With Kids shows you how to add seasonal spices to watercolors for some to create wonderfully scented artwork! Continue reading
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I'm in love with this cute little felt bat pin at Make It Your Own. It also makes a great beginning sewing project for kids! Continue reading
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Here's another great use for toilet paper rolls by using them to make pumpkin prints! More details at Make It & Love It. Continue reading
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We Know Stuff shares a simple way to make a friendly little mummy that kids will love playing with. It would make a fun Halloween party craft too! Continue reading
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Glow in the dark duck tape is new to me and Michaels shares a fun way to use it by making a glow in the dark treat bag! Continue reading
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Babble Dabble Do shares an easy way to make these fun haunted houses from modeling clay and wood bird houses. Continue reading
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Melt crayons in a leaf silhouette to make these gorgeous fall leaves that look like stained glass. Directions are at Captain Fussybuckets. Continue reading
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Glow in the dark slime is perfect for Halloween party favors or as a non-candy treat to hand out! Details on how to make it at Learn~Play~Imagine Continue reading
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I'm so excited to share these free Halloween shadow puppet printables with you! Just print on cardstock, cut them out, and then glue each one onto a straw, stick, or small dowel. Place the puppets between a light source and... Continue reading