Archive for Halloween Fun

Pumpkin Rut

I have trouble every year carving pumpkins, because I always end up carving the same not so scary face. But, Martha has inspired, yet again.

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Zombie Pin Up Calander!

Check out this amazingness. It’s hot!

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Buy them here

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Free Download: Halloween Greeting Card!

I found these super cure cards from Inside A Black Apple via Whip Up.

Halloween is getting closer! Exciting!

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The Most Awesome Cupcakes Ever!

How effing cute are these! I’m going to uses my super rad neon food dye to make them green and glow-in-the-darky. I found it on Martha’s Website

To decorate, use a medium round tip (or a plastic bag with the tip cut off) to pipe a mound of buttercream in the center of cupcake, then outline and pipe a brain design over it.

Have Fun!

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Day of the Dead Tablecloth!

Here is a cute table cloth cover from The AntiCraft. It calls for a plain black vinyl table cloth so this will last you more than one Halloween, so therefore I feel it’s a good project.

Here is the link:

http://theanticraft.com/archive/samhain08/papelpicado.htm

I plan to put a neon green table cloth underneath mine to make it pop!

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It’s Like She’s Feeding Me Halloween Crack

I was browsing the Martha Stewart website, just in case I missed something ealier and what I found was shocking.

How could I have missed this spiderweb table cloth! It’s cutte and easy to make and goes with all the other crap I’ve been drooling over.

What You’ll Need:

Off White Fabric (about 10inches wider than your table)

Iron and Ironing board

Scissors

Invisible marker (blacklight reactive)

1. Fold in half to make a rectangle.  Press with Iron.

2. Fold in half to make a small square. Press with iron.

3. Position so that the center of the original square is at top left. Fold left bottom corner to right top corner to make a triangle. Press with iron.

4.Fold top right corner  down to triangles longest side. Press with iron.

5. Place the point of the triangle in the center of the table. Let the rest hang off the edge. A few inches from the edge, cut an inward arch.

6. Unfold fabric. Lay over a paper covered surface to help absorb marker. Trace the fold with the marker (you might wanna use a ruler).

7. Outline the bottom of the table cloth and add some bowed lines parallel to the edge. Let dry for 20 mins.

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More Halloween Crap You Can Print Out For Free!

The one thing I love more that Halloween scrap, is getting that crap for free.

Here are some really cute printouts to go around your flashlight. I found it over in the toyshop section at ravensblight.com

I also was browsing and found these really cute cupcake toppers from Bake and Destroy over at Etsy.

The best part of these guys is that you can either buy the toppers from her or buy a diy kit from her for like 3 bucks.

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