Yearly Archives: 2010
and thought you lovely people might be interested in hearing about it…
First off, let’s get this straight that this is much more of a humor book than a craft book. Although there are a few actual projects and recipes in it, most of the projects are tongue in cheek or downright weird.
Hi all! Hope everyone had a great thanksgiving (for those of us in the States)… We did. And now I need a vacation from the vacation! I promised to post my sweet potato casserole recipe…um… last year (remember the Sweet Potato Tartlets?)? So here it is, up at Foodwhirl:
Sweet Potato Casserole… [ KEEP READING ]
…perfect for any holiday meal!
As a typical 5 year old, he loves Star Wars, Batman, and Phineas & Ferb, and he wanted to be Mr.
I promise, you’ll have the pics of Mr. Freeze (The Boy’s Halloween Costume) this week! And maybe even some how-to info..
To tide you over, here’s a another few ideas to remember for Halloween next year, that I hadn’t gotten around to posting yet:
Skull Cake with Worms by Made By Nicole… [ KEEP READING ]
I saw this at Dollar Store Crafts, and had to share : 9 Handmade Star Wars Costumes
Here’s one — too cute and funny. There are a bunch more, from Yoda to Jedi to Clone Troopers to Leia… Go see ‘em all!
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“Star Wars fans make costumes all year-round for various events, so it’s no surprise that there are a lot of costumes from a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away represented at Halloween.