I took a few pictures of some of the new Halloween items I put in my booth. You'll have to excuse the quality. I was in a hurry and I was dealing with window glare and florescent lighting.
I made witch hats from paperback books! A new spin on the paperback book pumpkins!
The Graphics Fairy and used this mod podge transfer technique to make a fun beadboard banner.
I LOVE the candy corn banner I made also using beadboard!!
Potion bottles on a cute wood shelf
More mod podged graphics added to white metal buckets
I filled quite a few apothecary jars with bones and other creepy crawlies
And my favorite, this little cutie!!! Jami from Freckled Laundry made these doily "ghostiaries" last year. I thought they were adorable(!!!) and had to make some too! I just realized I forgot to give this little guy a mouth!
Before I go I wanted to share a few pictures from Anderson's 3rd birthday party! It was Chuggington/Train themed.
Hugs for grandpa!
The adorable Chuggington cake!!
Getting ready to blow out his candle (again). We had to relight so I could get pictures. He was so excited and blew it out so fast the first time. :)
Cute porch decor to greet the guests!
I'm linking to the parties listed HERE and to:
Those Hallow'en pieces will fly out of your booth. ~ MaureenReplyDelete
Love those halloween decorations and the sweet little ones birthday!ReplyDelete
So many cute ideas...love the candy corn banner! And happy birthday to your little guy...soooo sweet :). LaurelReplyDelete
I loved your paperback book witch hat! Hugs, PennyReplyDelete
Great Halloween projects..love the candy corn banner! Your son is darling..and it looks like he had a wonderful birthday. Happy Birthday Anderson!ReplyDelete
Oh what fun ideas. I love the hat, cute, cute, cute. YOur pics are so fun. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, MartyReplyDelete
I love your witches hat and the bead board banner. So cute.ReplyDelete
That candy corn banner is THE BEST!ReplyDelete
Candy corn banner!!! SO CUTE. I'm totally borrowing that idea! haha Thank you so much for joining the party!ReplyDelete
Love that witch hat from a book - so clever and so pinned! Great idea!ReplyDelete
Visiting from Tuesday's Treasures... Rhonda @ home.made.
beadboard candy corn banner?!?!?! STOP IT. that's awesomeness.ReplyDelete
I love the candy corn banner! I am completely obsessed with candy corn Halloween decorations, despite living in a country which doesn't actually sell candy corns.ReplyDelete
That candy corn banner is out of this world! Love your blog! Adorable! I'm definitely following you! Would love it if you'd check out my new DIY blog and let me know what you think! Would love to have you as a follower!!ReplyDelete
LOVE! The candy corn banner is SO clever and I love the witches hat from the book pages!ReplyDelete
Wow you have so many fabulous projects! The candy corn bunting is adorable and what a fun book page projects. Thank you so much for sharing :)ReplyDelete
Great projects! I love the bead board banners. And your little one looks quite delighted.ReplyDelete
Thank you for linking up at the Wildly Original party!
<3 Christina at I Gotta Create!
I'm in love with the candy corn banner!ReplyDelete
Thanks for your post with the wonderful picture!
Love all your projects!!! Thanks for linking upReplyDelete
Love love love your paperback book witch's hat! it's fantastic!ReplyDelete
You are a STAR today! I love both of your bead board banners in particular and am featuring you over at I Gotta Create!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for linking up.
Stopping by from your feature at I Gotta Create, to do a little Halloween pinning.ReplyDelete
Which is why implementing some banners are fun for these kind of occasions. They are really affordable and they can last a long time. Also they look pretty great because they can fit well into any kind of gatherings because they are simply easy to design.ReplyDelete