Monthly Archives: October 2009

Dot Cooks! “Live” Halloween Party Food Prep

experiments in hotdog noodles - dabbled .org
Yesterday I did a “live-tweet” of my cooking/prepping food for the halloween party.  Which basically consists of me taking cellphone pics of whatever I’m cooking. So, if you don’t follow me on twitter, here’s what I posted! Twitter for #dotcooks
DotatDabbled: I’ll be ‘live-tweeting’ party food prep this morning, for real this time! [ KEEP READING ]

Agent P! The Boy’s Perry the Platypus costume

I spent several hours yesterday making The Boy’s Perry the Platypus costume. My twitter friends will recall my desperate search for a green hoodie sweatshirt, which I never did find, so I made one out of fleece. The platypus tail (made of fleece, and quilted!) is the crowning touch, I think.… [ KEEP READING ]

How to make a Quick and Lovely Halloween “Candle”

Halloween is almost here! But you still have a few days… So here’s a quick and elegant version of a lantern in a jar! When I went to the Dollar Store to pick up items for my Dollar Store Crafts guest post earlier this month, I picked up enough for several projects–the creepy ravens & the bottle labels were 2 of them.… [ KEEP READING ]

Halloween on Dabbled Thus Far

New! A page with every halloween project we’ve done on Dabbled, and all the cool links we’ve posted. Up now, so check out all things Halloween Related on Dabbled at http://dabbled.org/halloween!

Social Media for your Crafty Business, by Diane Gilleland

Don’t miss all things Halloween at Dabbled!
Social Media for your Crafty Business is a new e-book by Diane Gilleland of the fabulous website/podcast, Craftypod. (We’ve interviewed Diane, who is a master of all things crafty, here!) Diane was kind enough to send me a copy, and I’m delighted to share my thoughts on it with you all.… [ KEEP READING ]

Crafty Día de los Muertos “Sugar” Skulls!

Check out the fun and fabulous ideas for (non-edible) Skulls (based on Day of the Dead Sugar Skulls) from one of my favorite crafty fellow Atlantans– Colleen of Some Art Fabric & Sloth Craft. (She did a fun Girls Blue Jean Remake tutorial for Dabbled, too!) Click on a picture below for a larger version. [ KEEP READING ]