Halloween Table

October 5, 2009 - Filed under Halloween, Holidays, Inspiration

Hosting a Halloween party this year? In need of some inspiration? Check out this amazing dessert table by Amy Atlas.


I just love how everything co-ordinates and is so pulled together. It’s almost too pretty to eat!


Check out Amy’s site for even more candy buffet inspiration as well as a recipe and step-by-step instructions on creating witch’s hats you can use for your Halloween buffet, or just as a fun treat.

Posted by: kelly

Happy Harvest Bunting

October 4, 2009 - Filed under Halloween, Holidays, Thanksgiving

I found this cute fall inspired bunting over on etsy.com that would make a great decoration for your Thanksgiving or Halloween party. It’s even on sale if you act quick. Get 20% off this weekend only. Visit the Etsy store.


Posted by: kelly

Squash Candles

October 3, 2009 - Filed under Halloween, Holidays, How-to, Thanksgiving


Looking to add some decoration to your Thanksgiving or Halloween table? Martha Stewart has step-by-step instructions on making these candles from hollowed out squash shells. All you need is a couple of different sized squash, and some wax, you can even re-use the wax from old candles you have lying around.

And if you’re looking for more halloween ideas be sure to check out marthastewart.com for her Halloween Party workshop.

Posted by: kelly

Going Batty

October 2, 2009 - Filed under Children, Felt, Halloween, Holidays, How-to, Sewing

Soto Softies Bat Pattern

More Halloween goodness coming your way. Maritza from Soto Softies, has a fantastic bat pattern for sale on her Etsy store. A bunch of these strung from the ceiling would make fantastic Halloween decorations.

Not sure you’re ready to take on a whole softie? Why not take a start with Maritza’s free batty finger puppet pattern here.

Posted by: kelly

Cutest Frog Costume!

October 1, 2009 - Filed under Children, Clothing, Halloween, Holidays, How-to, Kniting, Patterns

Knitted Frog Costume

Ok so today is October first and you know what that means… Halloween is only a month away! In honor of that, and to get your creative juices flowing here is a super cute costume idea for all you knitters out there with little ones!

Frog not your style? Alison Jenkins’ book Wacky Baby Knits, has all kinds of projects, you’re sure to find something to suit your tastes.

Check out the frog tutorial here

Posted by: kelly