Saturday, September 21, 2013

My Home all decked out for Halloween

My house is all decked out for Halloween and I LOVE it!!! Come take a look with me.  :)

I bought this pumpkin at The World Market! I love this place. SO many unique and fun decorations for a reasonable price. I bought this pumpkin for 10 dollars. I love the lace it looks like a spiderweb.

I am also loving my Martha Stewart inspired Halloween hang ups.

This cute pumpkin came from Tuesday Morning! 

I think the cat is my favorite one!! of the Halloween hang ups!

"Every little thing she does is magic"

What do you guys think of my cute and scary paper bats!? I think I like them even more this year than last year. I love how it looks like they're flying in from outside. 

This cute print came from

Thanks for stopping by!!

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Halloween Hang-ups

I am so excited about these super cute vintage inspired Martha Stewart Halloween Hang ups I found on Pinterest. Martha even gives you a tutorial and a template to make these cute things!!!

So CUTE RIGHT?!!!?!  

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Halloween Scrapbook page on plywood

I love pictures, scrap booking, and Halloween all three of those combined make a super cute Halloween craft for me!! I wish I had a fireplace mantel that is where I think this would look amazing. But for now my dresser will have to do. To make this all you need is some 8x12 plywood, scrapbook paper and a cute Halloween photo of your cutie pies.

Halloween Banner

All you need to make this ADORABLE and SPOOKY Halloween Banner is a hot glue gun already made pennants, Halloween chipboard, and bakers twine. SIMPLE as that!!! 

So what do you guys think!? Cute right!?

Halloween Magnetic Frame

I am a big fan of magnetic DIY frames!! I have made more than one in my lifetime. LOL!! What can I say I LOVE them A LOT!!!! So I would like to share with all of you a super fun Halloween one I made using a method called crackling wood. To do this yourself all you will need is crackling paint.


1. Paint your wooden frame white acrylic paint and let it dry.

2. Paint over with the crackle paint. Make sure to let this completly dry or the crackling won't work.

3. Paint over the dried crackle paint with Black acrylic paint. Make sure to use the one stroke method on your frame for the black paint or you wont see the crackle look come through your frame.

I LOVE how the crackled look gives it a fun and SPOOKY look to it.

So What do you think?! So what are you creating for Halloween? I would love to hear about it or see.

Halloween Project

It's starting to feel cooler outside and it's making me feel so ready for FALL. I would have to say Fall is one of my favorite seasons for many reasons. One of them is all of the cute Halloween decorations that I get to make for my house.

I want to share with all of you one of those Halloween projects which was so easy to make! I bought the plywood from Lowe's and a friend of mine gave me this adorable Martha Stewart Halloween scrapbook paper.  I made this months ago and can I say, it has been so HARD waiting for the right time to share this with all of you. So I am VERY excited that it is now the right time to share this ADORABLE Halloween project.

 I LOVE these cute little party hat pumpkins!!!

Bakers twine is a must for banners!!

So what do you all think!? I LOVE IT!!!

Thursday, April 11, 2013

It's been awhile!!

It has been so long since I have blogged!! It's been kind of hard finding the time to blog but with Spring Break going on right now I have a little extra time on my hands.

I wanted to share with you some of my recent projects. I made this cute Spring decor wall hanging using my Silhouette for the bunnies. Don't you love the little necklaces on them?? Other materials used were scrapbook paper, crackle paint, and acrylic paint. 

Here is another recent project I just finished! I used my Silhouette maker for the United States map and heart. This projects was SUPER easy and it turned out so cute.

Last thing I want to share is my Bunny with a fluffy tail. I used yarn to make his tail.