Salt Dough Bones

I have mentioned before how The Boy and I have been playing around with polymer clay, but who can forget about good ‘ol salt dough? It’s so inexpensive to make, and is a nice soft medium for molding. The Boy can spend an hour or more mushing his toys into a big mound, or making tire tracks with his cars. But it’s fun for me too! These salt dough bones were born while playing around together with the dough, and they are so quick and easy to make. They are such a simple way to add some macabre to your Halloween display. 

 

Salt Dough Bones - These bones make a fun addition to your Halloween display and are a perfect project for the kids!

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Eye of Newt Creamsicle Salad

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of TruMoo for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

 

 

 photo TruMooHALLOWEENOrangeLogo-1_zps3ce13877.jpgDid you catch my Halloween Orange Hot Cocoa recipe from a couple weeks ago? Well, I have another orange recipe, this one uses TruMoo Orange Scream. It’s so good; it’s not overly sweet, does not contain HFCS and delivers 8 essential nutrients. Plus, it tastes like creamsicles! And that’s what this Eye of Newt Salad tastes like, too.  This delicious fruit salad with fun colored tapioca “newt eyes” is a great recipe for your upcoming Halloween party!

 

Eye of Newt Creamcicle  Salad - This spooky tapioca salad is the perfect addition to your Halloween party menu!   Continue Reading

Pumpkin Candle Votives

This post is sponsored by Joann Fabric and Craft. All ideas and opinions are 100% my own. This post also contains affiliate links; for more info click here

 Are you gearing up for Halloween? Maybe have a fun and spooky party to plan? Joann has you covered. Check out share.joann  for tons of recipe, costume and crafting ideas; it’s all about Halloween! To get you started, I am sharing these easy and spooky pumpkin candle votives today. They are a cinch to put together, and I love how they turned out. 

 

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