Wednesday, October 23, 2013

happy haunting!

hey there, how've you been?  everyone getting ready for Halloween?  Mr. Bagubian's been talking about "going to Halloween" for a couple months now.  he's insistent upon being a monkey this year, but he was a monkey when he was 1 so i'm trying to get him to change his mind.  we had him on the cusp of being a firefighter tonight at dinner, but we'll see what happens when we ask him about it again tomorrow.  he'd like Nemy to be a "tiny, tiny witch."



i've got some Halloween treats to share tonight...i don't do too much for this holiday but i did have a bit more fun this year than i normally do.  everything here is in my Etsy shop and it's ALL ON SALE!




first up is one of my goodie/favor bag kits.  there are 10 glassine bags, ten washi tags, 10 mini clothespins, and 10 small tags that say "trick" on one side and "treat" on the other.  it's a really fun idea for a Halloween party, or if you live out in the boonies and only have a handful of trick-or-treaters, like my parents!






here's a treat...




and here's a trick...



next up is a fun little tag set.  i really kinda love this.


5 yards of orange baker's twine, 5 small tags stamped with an ominous black bird, and 5 bitty silver glitter clothespins, all in a tiny round tin.  it's only $3.75! 


a sample package...i love the doily (not included) with the black spatter on it.  i first saw the idea used last Halloween by Michelle Wooderson.  they are so spookily cute that i had to try a few for myself. 




and, of course, a couple different sets of Halloween-inspired washi clothespins...  





black, silver glitter, and neon orange...{i LOVE neon but i find it very difficult to photograph!}



again, it's all on sale...you still have a few days to get these goodies before October 31st!  you'll find sets of orange and black baker's twine, as well as a couple of autumn-inspired items on sale, too.

happy looking!

2 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh that plastic centipede almost kept me from reading your post. LOL We have those things here in Texas and they are just nasty. Big. Creepy. Hard to Kill. I intensely dislike them.

    Love the rest of your Halloween decor however!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Oh, no, Pam! I hope I didn't traumatize you!! I don't think I could handle the real thing, either!

      Delete

i do appreciate your comment!
~Rebecca