Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Space Scouts Giveaway

My kids love getting mail, especially if it's fun stuff just for them.  I am excited to tell you about a fun new monthly subscription club called Space Scouts.  Last year in school we learned about Astronomy, and my kids loved every second of it! They now want to go to space as soon as they graduate for college! (If you do The Family School and are on Year 2 this would be perfect for your kids!)  Anyway, Space Scouts is a monthly subscription that will send children on a expedition through our solar system.  It is $11.95 plus shipping, and a whole lot of fun!!  
Here is a little bit about how the packets work from their website!
Each monthly packet will include a Space Scouts exploration plan describing the place to be scouted, a space Scouts magnet to add to the Space Scouts lunchbox, a Space Scouts sticker to add to the Space Scouts solar system poster, a Space Scouts activity sheet loaded with puzzles, games, and activities, a Space Scouts sticker scramble (unscramble the numbered stickers to reveal a surprise!), a Space Scouts souvenir toy to use in learning activities, a Space Scouts constellation card, and a Space Scouts constellation activity sheet that includes the mythological stories and other learning activities to help your child identify the constellation in the night sky.
As you can see Jack Jack and his brothers were super excited about this "CLAW"!  The kids walked around the house for about two hours playing with it.  He also loves his Lunchbox and is excited to do some of the actives!!

This great company also has a sister company called Animal Trackers Club that looks equally as fun for animal lovers!  This would be a great gift idea for your children or grandkids for their birthdays or holidays!  This giveaways is almost over, but I wanted my readers to have a chance to enter!

Monday, October 20, 2014

Learn Math Fast System

First off, before I get into the reason for this post, I have to tell you how truly amazing my kids are, and that they are all so stinkin smart. They each have their strengths in some subjects over others, but they are very intelligent nonetheless.  I do not compare them and tell them that, they just know. They know what strengthens each other has, and what one might struggle more with.  Cowboy LOVES math, and LaLa HATES it!  But LaLa loves to write and read and draw, and Cowboy…not so much!  All kids are this way, they each have strengths and weaknesses, and its' totally ok.  To me it is very important to not shut down and give up on what you  are weak in and work on it to become better!

My daughter has struggled with math since she started school.  She really doesn't like it.  She would rather read a book, write a paper or create something, but do an hour of math is like ripping all her/my hair out.  It's not that she isn't good at it, it's just that she gets a little spacey in her little creative land when she does math.  The concepts seem to go in one ear and out the other, but then she will surprise me at times and completely understand it all and even spit out the answer faster than I can!  (I was the geometry student of the year in 9th grade!  Haha, not sure how that happened!)
After talking with my daughter about her math, and her worrying about if she was behind or not I told her to not worry about it, that we would keep using the curriculum we are currently using and that she was fine.  I did look into some test to see what level she was on, and based on what I reviewed she was doing just fine!  I heard about this math program called Learn Math Fast from a homeschool friend of mine.  It looked simple and made a lot of since to me and taught a lot of the same ways of figure out math as their math book already teaches them.  I contacted Learn Math Fast about reviewing one of their math books to help out my daughter in exchange for a review.  All opinions are 100% my own and I will tell you honestly what I have thought about this program.

I wanted to make sure that my daughter had a solid foundation in basic math.  I knew that she wouldn't be very excited to start back at square one, but I also knew that she could wiz through the book and realize she is right where she needs to be.  I am only having her do 2 -4 lessons a week along with her other math books just to review and makes sure she understands the concepts.  When we get into book 2 it will be a little bit more challenging and I will most likely only be using Learn Math Fast.

I personally have really enjoyed book one.  It teaches great ways to figure math in your head and to work through problems quickly.  My daughter still doesn't love math yet, but she is doing it and learning! One of the challenges for my daughter was the timed test.  She really struggles being timed.  She learned a great lesson last week when we worked on a fact sheet for about an hour, struggling through it, and trying hard to get the problems in a certain amount of time.  She realized she can focus on math, as hard as it might be. If she says to herself she can do it, she can.   The books are great, simple and you can do one lesson in about 15 mins.  I am going to go through each of them with all of my kids. The first book covers 1-3rd grade.  The awesome thing about these books is that you get a code after you purchase it and you can use it to print off worksheets that go with the lessons, so you can keep using the same book for each child.

If you are new to homeschooling and are not sure where your kids are in math, this is a great curriculum to see where they should start.  They have a placement test on their site and the books are really a great price!

Check out their web
Here is a little bit about the books from the website....

The Learn Math Fast System is just that...it's a system used to teach math, from A to Z, quickly with a complete understanding of the subject.  It starts by giving students the ability to sort numbers in their mind.  Some people have this ability naturally, they are able to add numbers such as 17 + 8 in their mind, but not everyone can do that.  Typically, a person who struggles to learn multiplication facts also struggles to add small numbers in their mind.  The Learn Math Fast System teaches HOW to add and subtract numbers in your mind, making all future maths so much easier.
A young person may take a week to learn the first lesson and that's OK.  The student MUST know all the combinations of numbers that equal 5 before moving on to the ones that equal 6.  It's important to the whole program.  Volume I provides several ways in which to teach these early lessons and the teacher should feel free to lean towards the method that works best with their particular student.  For example, some kids prefer to hand write their answers while others prefer to verbalize their answers.  Both of these learning styles are addressed by writing on worksheets and taking verbal tests.  If you have an independent reader, he/she will be able to take the book and learn on his/her own.  And then there is the wiggly guy, he will respond well to moving around the coins to learn addition.  Which ever method works best for the student is the one that should be repeated, if more practice is needed.

You can read more about the Learn Math Fast System here.  I would totally recommend this book to anyone, especially those struggling in math!

Friday, October 17, 2014

Halloween Spiderweb Pudding Pie

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of TruMoo. All opinions are 100% mine.
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As you all know, I LOVE pie!  Yes, I know I bring this up way too much, but I am excited to share with you this yummy pudding pie that I made using TruMoo milk!  I used Chocolate TruMoo milk last month when making Creme Brûlée.  Today I used the Halloween TrueMoo Scream Chocolate milk (same thing, cuter label!)
I came up with a quick and easy pie to serve for halloween!  It is easy to make and super yummy!  
All you need is TruMoo Chocolate or you could even try the TruMoo Orange Scream milk, Mix with your favorite pudding recipe using the pie directions.  Make or buy a premade pie crust. This would also be good with an Oreo Crust. 
Halloween Spiderweb Pudding Pie

1 Pie Crust
1 Small Package of Instant Pudding 
1 3/4 Cup TruMoo milk
2 squares of Almond Bark Melted
Halloween Sprinkles

Make the pie as directed on the box using the TruMoo Milk.  Pour in pie crust and put in fridge for 2 hours until set.  Sprinkle with Halloween Sprinkles and place the Spider web on top, or pour it straight onto the pie and place in fridge until set!

The spider web is really easy.  Melt the almond bark in 30 second increments until melted.  Let it cool a little and pour in Ziploc bag and cut a tiny hole in the corner.  Start by making your line and then the 2-3 circles.  I made it on a piece of parchment paper first, froze it and then put in on the pie, but you can just do it directly on the pie and it turns out fine.  
One word of advice, this does harden, so when cutting the pie it is a little messy.  Make it thinner than the one I made pictured and it won't be as hard to cut through.  But even if it is a little messy it taste.
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Thursday, October 16, 2014

How Do I Know If I Know by John Bytheway

I had to share with you another book I am reading!  Sorry for the book overload lately, but when I go to bed the only way I can shut my brain of is by reading!  The last few books I have read have been great! I haven't quiet finished this one, but I loved it from the start!  

The book How Do I Know If I Know? by John Bytheway which, by the way,(haha) is a great read.  It is thought provoking, motivating, and fun.  It really helps me to think about my testimony of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  Growing up I always believed the church was true, I still do, but as I have grown and have had experiences that have strengthened me I know with all my heart that the gospel of Jesus Christ is true.  This book is a great book for anyone that wants to learn how to strengthen their own testimony.  It is a great read for someone that is preparing to serve a mission, or might be questioning their own testimony and if theirs is strong enough!  Sometimes we don't realize how strong our testimony is until we actually think about it!  

Here is the product Description from Deseret book...

Product Description

It's spiritual gut-check time! The mission age has been lowered, and now more than ever, young people are asking themselves important questions:
  • How do I know if I really have a testimony?
  • Am I ready to serve a mission?
  • What does the Spirit feel like?
John Bytheway suggests that we "F.E.E.L." the truthfulness of the gospel through our feelings, our experiences, the many evidences we encounter, and our logical conclusions about how a loving God interacts with His children on the earth. Like gradually turning up a dimmer switch, understanding all the ways we F.E.E.L. our testimony will help it grow brighter.As you read, you may discover that your testimony is stronger than you thought, and you'll also become more excited and motivated to let your light shine!
About the Author
JOHN BYTHEWAY served a mission to the Philippines and later graduated from Brigham Young University. He has a master’s degree in religious education and is a part-time instructor at the BYU Salt Lake Center. John is the author of many bestselling books, audio talks, and DVDs, including How to Be an Extraordinary Teen; Life Rocks; and his first children’s picture book, The Sacrament. He and his wife, Kimberly, have six children.

Candy Canes and Christmastime by Linda Hoffman Kimball

Candy Canes Christmastime blog tour
I know it's a little early to start talking about Christmas, but it is coming up and sometimes we can get a bit overwhelmed with the holiday season.   It is very important for me and my family that we focus our holiday on Christ! We also love to have some fun traditions!  It's important to enjoy the season instead of feeling like you wish it would pass quickly.  I feel like I have done pretty good with that.  We do our 25 days of Christmas Spirit, Service and Fun, but it doesn't overwhelm me.  It's simple and fun and the kids enjoy it!  I also try not to look at too many Chrimstmas Idea Pinterest boards so I don't  feel like I am a loser mom that doesn't bake enough treats and make cute crafts! I really enjoyed reading this book Candy Canes and Christmastime: Enhancing the Holidays in the Real World .  It has some great heartfelt stories and even some funny ones that have helped me realize that Christmas doesn't have to be perfect.  There are some fun unique traditions, tips and even some recipe that I am excited to try! (they are simple, and I like simple!)
About the book:If you long for a “humbug free” holiday, this is the book for you! Linda Hoffman Kimball presents a compilation of heartfelt and humorous experiences and ideas from women across the broad spectrum of LDS experience and location. Their words help families of any Christian background refocus on the sacredness of the season. Discover unique traditions, fresh ideas, practical tips, and spiritual insights so that your family can get back on track. There are even some recipes! This is a great gift to give your friends, neighbors and relatives.About the author: Linda Hoffman Kimball is an author and illustrator based in Illinois and Utah. Candy Canes & Christmastime: Enhancing the Holidays in the Real World is the 5th compilation for Cedar Fort in the “In the Real World” series. This series on topics compelling to Mormon women, features the voices and experiences of a wide array of women “in the trenches” who candidly share what they have learned from the highlights – and even the lowlights – in their efforts to build Zion. She is a blogger with Segullah.org and writes a column for the quarterly journal Exponent II with which she has been affiliated since 1975. Her other books include humorous novels for LDS adults Home to Roost (Hatrack River Press) and The Marketing of Sister B.(Signature Books), an essay compilation Saints Well-Seasoned: Musings on how food nourishes us – body, heart and soul (Deseret Book) and the children’s picture book Come with Me on Halloween (Albert Whitman Co.). Learn more at LindaHoffmanKimball.com.Linda Hoffman Kimball earned a BA from Wellesley College and an MFA from Boston University. She and her husband Christian have three grown children with marvelous spouses and three delightful grandchildren. She loves to travel, make creative messes, and consume dark chocolate.
You can purchase her book here!  It's a quick, light read to help you get a little more excited about this fast approaching holiday season.

I received this book as a review copy, all opinions are 100% mine!

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Spicy Roasted Corn and Black Bean Salad Made with Texas Pete® Hot Sauce

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Have you heard of Texas Pete® Sauces?  I just heard about them and am excited to try them! They look delicious and their website shows some amazing recipes that look even better! I Love spicy food!   Texas Pete®offers a variety of products that improve the taste of every meal. They have Texas Pete Hot Sauce but also offer wing sauces, Hotter hot sauce, a garlic hot sauce, CHA! by Texas Pete® sriracha sauce and a green pepper sauce.
Texas Pete® Hot Sauce would be a great condiment, perfect for adding spice and flavor to hot dogs, fries, pizza, soups and sandwiches but also works well as an ingredient in a variety of dishes from ribs to barbecue to red velvet cake icing?! Yup they have it in a recipe here and it looks amazing!! These Texas Pete® sauces can not only be condiments, but also key or secret ingredients to making a delicious meal!
The recipe I wanted to share with you today from the Texas Pete® site is
This explosive salad is made with a blend of roasted corn, tender black beans, red onion, roasted red bell pepper, fresh herbs, Mexican spices, and a zippy red wine vinaigrette flavored with CHA! by Texas Pete ®. 
  • Salad 
  • Corn, canned, drained well: 4 cans
  • Olive oil: 3 Tbsp
  • .Salt and pepper to taste
  •  Black beans: canned, rinsed and drained well: 4 cans
  •  Red onion: minced: 1⁄2 
  • Roasted red bell pepper: small diced: 2 cups
  • Cilantro: fresh, rough chopped: 1 bunch
  • Scallions: sliced thin on a bias: 1 bunch
  • Red wine vinegar: 1⁄4 cup
  • Lemon juice : fresh squeezed: 1
  • Dijon mustard: 1 tsp.
  • Olive or vegetable oil for salad dressing: 1⁄2 cup
  • CHA! by Texas Pete®: 4 Tbsp.
  • Cumin: 1 tsp.• Chili powder: 1 tsp
  • .Salt and pepper to taste 
Turn on the oven broiler. Drain the corn well and place it in a mixing bowl. Toss the corn with the olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Place the corn in an oven-safe dish and place under the broiler for approximately 5 minutes or until the corn has lightly charred. Place the corn in the refrigerator to chill. Once the corn is cold, place it in a large mixing bowl. Add the black beans, minced red onion, roasted red bell peppers, cilantro, and scallions. Combine well. Place all ingredients for the salad dressing into a blender and puree until smooth. Pour the dressing over the corn and black bean salad and mix well. Season the salad with salt and pepper and keep refrigerated until ready to use.
I am excited to try this recipe!  If you make it let me know what you think! Check here to find Texas Pete Hot Sauce and see more Texas Pete Hot Sauce recipes here. 
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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Everything Pumpkin: Tips for Using the Delicious Vegetable this Fall

I love everything about fall!  I'm excited to share this guest post with you from Victoria Candland!  She has some great ideas on using pumpkins for food, crafting and decorating!

Pumpkin is autumn’s staple vegetable and it’s used in virtually everything from décor for Halloween and Thanksgiving to desserts to savory dishes to crafts. We all know the traditional ways of using pumpkin—pumpkin pie, pumpkin cookies, pumpkin bread—so maybe you should change it up this fall and try incorporating pumpkin in new and exciting ways.

Here are some great recipes, and craft and décor ideas that will let you use the delectable vegetable in unique ways:
Pumpkin is the shining star of fall desserts, but you can also use it in your savory dishes:
  • Pumpkin chili is delicious using pumpkin puree mixed with garbanzo beans and black beans.
  • You could also make healthy pumpkin muffins with flax seed and tofu for a more natural-eating fall season.
  • For a healthy treat, make a snack out of the pumpkin seeds by roasting them and incorporating them into a brittle full of almonds, cashews, and dried cranberries.
  • Try roasted pumpkin pieces on goat cheese and arugula salad—doesn’t that just make your mouth water?
But, of course, you can’t skimp on pumpkin desserts:
  • Make homemade pumpkin frozen yogurt you can eat if there happens to be an Indian summer before the frost settles in.
  • Try pumpkin waffles, or pumpkin and ginger trifle with whipped cream.
  • You could make chai pumpkin spice thumbprint cookies with pumpkin Hershey’s kisses.
  • Everyone has heard of the pumpkin latte that people wait in line for at the beginning of fall, but have you thought of making a pumpkin smoothie? Blend pumpkin puree, ripe banana, soymilk or coconut milk, honey, vanilla extract, pumpkin spice and some ice and you’ll be sipping on heaven.
  • If you’re into more intricate desserts, try your hand at pumpkin truffles covered in dark chocolate. You can surprise your friends with these little treats on their doorstep or bring them to work and have all your coworkers marvel at your baking skills.
And give these fun ideas a try too:
  • Make pumpkin butter by mixing together pumpkin puree, apple juice, ginger, cloves, brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and lemon juice. You can spread it on your signature homemade rolls you make for Thanksgiving. Put the butter in mason jars and give it to your guests as a Thanksgiving feast party favor.
  • Don’t forget to make pumpkin dog biscuits for man’s best friend. Use pumpkin puree with dry milk and flour, cut out the dough in dog treat shapes, then put them in the oven and presto! Your dog can enjoy the fall season just as much as you do with these yummy treats.
Crafts and Décor
Decorating your home and yard with pumpkins can easily become cliché. But, you can make your home one-of-a-kind for fall with many different pumpkin ideas.
Have fun with spray paint when decorating for Halloween this year:
  • Spray paint your pumpkin pink or another fun color and then put a glitter monogram on it of your family’s last name.
  • You could also spray paint it black and write “Trick or Treat” with a silver metallic sharpie and “Smell My Feet” on another one with a gold sharpie.
  • Try painting chevron stripes on the pumpkins—this pumpkin-styling is perfect for both fall holidays.
  • You could also wrap your pumpkin in one leg of an old pair of fish net tights topped with a large black bow.
  • For more Halloween-styled pumpkins, you could paint 5 or 6 of them green with red spots and line them in a row. Then put eyes and a mouth on the first one and you’ll have made a pumpkin caterpillar!
Or try one of these creative ideas:
  • If your kids just adore the Cookie Monster from Sesame Street, carve out a pumpkin and carve the shape of a mouth opened wide. Then paint the pumpkin blue and put googly eyes on it. At your Halloween party, bake cookies and have them coming out of Cookie Monster’s mouth. Your little ones will be ecstatic when they see it.
  • For another kid-friendly pumpkin craft, carve out a scary jack-o-lantern face and then let your kids water color the rest of the pumpkin so it will look like a hippie version of Jack the Pumpkin King from Nightmare Before Christmas.
There are so many ways you can carve or paint a pumpkin. But, what’s the fall season without the wonderful smells? Bring the warm and rich fragrances of pumpkin into your home with some high-quality pumpkin spice candles—and try a candle that includes organic materials like this one. You could also consider other smells like cloves or nutmeg when shopping at your local candle store.

Whatever you choose, take advantage of the pumpkin this fall season and delight your senses.  

Monday, October 13, 2014

Thermal Cooker Giveaway

Have you heard of the Saratoga Jack's Thermal Cooker?  I did a You Tube video for Food Storage Moms a while back and made a Pork Roast in it! I have since then used it a lot and love talking it camping!  Get there, set up and dinner is ready!! 
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I am excited to join up with this great group to offer my readers a chance to win one!! We are a group of bloggers who like to show our readers how to use different preparedness items. This Saratoga Jacks Thermal Cooker works very much like a slow cooker. It comes with two stainless steel pans with one lid that fits right inside the thermal cooker. You can use this for either hot foods or cold foods. Just a note, frozen meat or frozen foods will not work in this, just so you know. The meat must be totally thawed.

1. Bring To A Full Boil

The first thing you do when you decide what you are going to make is decide if you will use one or both of the inside pans. Let's say you are making soup. First, you brown the meat, add the broth, vegetables and bring it to a full rolling boil. You need to make sure the liquid in the cooker is within one inch of the top. If you use both pans you will add enough liquid to be level with the bottom of the upper pan. In order for this thermal cooker to work it must be full.

2. Boil Four Minutes

Next, boil the liquid, vegetables and meat for four full minutes. At the end of four minutes, quickly put the lid on and set the pan with the lid inside the thermal cooker. Put the thermal cooker on the counter top or in your car. These work great for ballgames, sporting events, family reunions or everyday meals. It uses zero electricity after the four minutes of boiling. You can "cook" your meal for 5-6 hours while on the kitchen counter, in your car or on vacation trips.

3. Use It To Keep Salads Cold

Another awesome feature about a thermal cooker is the fact that it will keep foods cold for four to six hours. This is what you do, make your salad the night before you need it. Place the salad inside the stainless steel pan with the lid. Place the pan with the lid in your refrigerator overnight. I would leave the liquid salad dressing off or the salad will be soggy. In the morning, quickly put the pan with the lid inside the thermal cooker. Now it is a refrigerator/cooler. I have even used it for popsicles! Saratoga Jacks Thermal Cooker (great ideas, recipes and so much information)

This Saratoga Jacks Thermal Cooker Giveaway is open to any resident who is 18 years of age or older who lives in one of the 48 US Contiguous States. This giveaway starts on Monday, Oct. 13th at 5:00 am (MDT) and ends on Sunday, Oct. 19th at 5:00 pm (MDT). The winner will be notified by email and will have 24 hours to respond. If we do not hear back from said winner in the designated time period of 24 hours we will choose another winner and they will have 24 hours to respond from the time the notification email is sent. Please check your SPAM email folders. Good luck to everyone! Let's be prepared for the unexpected!

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Saturday, October 11, 2014

Cox's Honey Giveaway

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I LOVE honey!  If you haven't tried Cox's Honey, from Shelley Idaho you are missing out! We're giving away an incredible amount of honey to one lucky reader! We're not just giving away any honey-Cox's Honey is pure, unfiltered, raw honey; so rest assured, you will be receiving a premium product of the highest quality. Cox's Honey has graciously offered to sponsor this group giveaway. Be sure to enter for your chance to win a total of 30 lbs. of honey: 15 lbs. of liquid honey, and 15 lbs. of creamed honey-perfect for the family that wants the best of both worlds. Their creamed honey is amazing!! Read more about this honey by going to the Cox's Honey Website

This Cox's Honey Giveaway is open to any resident who is 18 years of age or older who lives in one of the 48 US Contiguous States. This giveaway starts on Saturday, Oct. 11th at 5:00 am (MDT) and ends on Saturday, Oct. 18th at 5:00 pm (MDT). The winner will be notified by email and will have 24 hours to respond. If we do not hear back from said winner in the designated time period of 24 hours we will choose another winner and they will have 24 hours to respond from the time the notification email is sent. Please check your SPAM email folders. Good luck to everyone! Let's be prepared for the unexpected!

Friday, October 10, 2014

Creepy Halloween Jar Labels

I am so excited to share with you these fun labels that my daughter and I made, but first read this...

Over 110 fabulous Halloween Ideas shared by bloggers. #halloweenideas #halloween
Some amazingly talented blogging friends are bringing you over 110 fabulous Halloween ideas! From costumes to parties, crafts and home decor, recipes and free printables, we have so many fun ideas to share! I guarantee you'll find a project (or 10!) that you would love to incorporate into your Halloween festivities. All week (Monday through Saturday) myself and my blogging friends have shared our fun creations with all of you. Each day includes approximately 20 Halloween projects and you can "hop" from one blog to another to check them all out. It's Friday and day 5 of our Halloween Bash blog hop and I am excited to share this fun craft with you!
I am so excited to share with you our Creepy Halloween Jar Labels!  My daughter saw an idea like this somewhere and helped me recreate it using our own ideas!  It is super easy.  All we had to do was find glass jars from around the house.  We spray painted some of the lids and then we used these cutest labels that she made (she's 11 and awesome!) and glued them on!  The Jars have Q-tips, Skewers painted black and white, Yellow Water, Red Water, Sugar, and Raisins!

Print the labels Here and Here

We displayed them with our cute Cheese Cloth Ghosts and made a fun Halloween display on our entrainment center.  My kids were so excited!!

But the fun ideas don't stop here! Continue checking out the creative Halloween projects my blogging friends have created for our blog hop by clicking on each of the links below, for the Halloween projects you’d like to see in more detail and it’ll take you right to that post with additional information and photos on how to create it. Have fun and pin away!
Over 110 fun & fabulous Halloween projects & ideas! #halloweenprojects #halloween #diyhalloweenideas
1. Happy Halloween Treat Bucket
2. Beware of the Bam-BOO
3. Halloween Beeswax Candles
4. Caramel Apple Cupcakes
5. Halloween Treat Bag Tags - Free Printable
6. Halloween Cookie Pops ~ Nutter Butter Bats & Mummies
7. Halloween Photo Booth Props
8. Halloween Candle Jars
9. Ghost Candles
10. Dollar Store Spider Halloween Wreath
11. Healthy Halloween Class Treat
12. Little Pumpkin Button Cards
13. Pumpkin Playdough Mats
14. Craft for Kids: Finger Puppet Monsters
15. Creepy Halloween Jar Labels
16. Halloween Party Favor and Printable
17. Kids Halloween Lanterns
18. Candy Box Head Skeletons
19. Sweet & Salty Halloween Treat

Follow our Fabulous Halloween Ideas Pinterest board for even more inspiration!

Thanks to all 110+ fabulous bloggers participating! We'd love for you to visit their blogs and see what else they're up to!

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