Do you have a Fall or Halloween party to go to or maybe you are throwing? Do you want to wow your guests? TAKE THIS PUMPKIN DIP! You will not be sorry! I posted the recipe (which is not mine) last year, so go check it out!
Friday, October 24, 2014
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
A few years ago, I made these pom pom flowers.
(Check it out here)
I thought they would make a fun garland and it doesn't hurt that they are super easy!
All you need is some yarn and a pair of scissors.
Begin by wrapping yarn around your fingers. I think I counted to 120.
Once you have wrapped the yarn, carefully remove it from your fingers and cut another piece of yarn to be threaded down the middle of your ball and knotted.
Turn the ball over and cut straight down the middle.
Your ball will now be a floppy pile of string, but should still be tied together.
Cut it to your desired shape. These balls can be cut super close where they look like a firm, tight ball or you can trim them to where they look a little loose.
I chose to keep mine a little on the loose side.
Once you have the number of balls you want, simply string them down the middle with a piece of twine.
An easy addition to any decor or party!
I could imagine these in Christmas colors or used at a birthday party draped on a table!
What kind of Halloween decorating have you done?Pin It
Monday, October 20, 2014
It's been awhile since I've written anything about my boys. I go back and forth on where I want the blog to go. I started it years ago as a place for family and friends to keep up with what was going on. During both my pregnancies and the boys' first years I used the blog as a "baby book" of sorts. Lately, my posts have been geared towards parties, crafts, and DIYs. I by no means plans for that to go away, but I do want to continue tracking my sweet boys and what they're up to. So here we go.
Warner turned 4 in September and at the beginning of October, Campbell turned 18 months. They both had doctors appointments that sadly, included shots, but they both did so well!
They are both at preschool. Warner goes 4 days and Campbell 2 days. Campbell screams every time I drop him off. Literally, screams bloody murder. However, he also stops immediately when I leave and is fine the rest of the time. Dramatic maybe? :) Warner, on the other hand, loves school and can't wait to go every morning!
Campbell continues to be WILD and eats pretty much any and everything! He also LOVES
is obsessed with trains and Mickey Mouse. He is saying "please" when he wants something, "thank you" after you give it to him and will repeat anything you say. He is a sweet, sweet boy. I couldn't imagine life without him!
Warner is still the sweetest thing with the sweetest heart. He loves life. He is still super sensitive and has begun a stage of being shy. He still pretty much eats nothing. The only meat he will eat on his own is still bacon. His eating habits are frustrating, but we are working on it and the doctor assures me he will grow out of it. Warner started playing t-ball this Fall and he is really enjoying it. I don't know if he will ever be a "star athlete", but he is happy and having fun.
I love these boys so so much! I am truly blessed.
Friday, October 17, 2014
One of my all time favorite blogs is Pizzazzerie. If you are a lover of parties and entertaining, then go check out Courtney's blog!
How sweet would these be for a birthday party? Or even have a cookie cake bar for guests to create their own!
Go check it out!
Have a wonderful weekend!!Pin It
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Are you looking for a simple Halloween craft to do with your little one? These glue ghost necklaces are the perfect thing! I used to make them with my Kindergarteners and they were always hit! I hope they are just as fun for your little one!
(Note: This is a 2 day project. You have to allow for the glue to completely dry.)
The first thing you need to do is gather your supplies. More than likely you have everything laying around your house.
optional: googly eyes, ribbon for bow/bow tie
Begin by laying out a large piece of wax paper.
With your glue, squeeze globs of glue on to the wax paper.
These can be any shape and any size. Just make sure you fill them in completely.
Allow glue to dry for 24 hrs.
After 24 hrs, your glue globs should look something like this.
Peel your glue off the wax paper.
Now decorate however you like!
When I taught, we just used a black marker to make a face and write the word "Boo"! I decided to "jazz them up" a little this year and add ribbon and googly eyes.
Once you are finished decorating, hole punch a hole near the top of your ghost.
Add some yarn to make a necklace!
Warner and his friend, Ryan, had a blast making these.
I hope you do too!Pin It
Monday, October 13, 2014
Are you in need of something to do to get in the Halloween spirit? Do you need a cute shirt to wear to a party? Then this is the project for you! It's super easy and super fun! Check it out!
On a side note...look how little my sweet boys look!
Time sure does fly!Pin It
Friday, October 10, 2014
Wednesday, October 08, 2014
Monday, October 06, 2014
The house is decorated for Fall and I love it. The first thing I'm going to share with you is the front porch.
Like last year, I went with simple and a lot of pumpkins.
The stumps from Warner's Peter Pan Party were put to use as well.
Stay tuned for the rest of the house...
Happy Fall!Pin It