Saturday, I had our family Halloween party. It was so much fun!
Ate candy corn from my Frankenstein jar.
Made monster mouth puppets. (You’ll see them later this week).
Played the Halloween dice games.
And did the flying ghost activity that we did a couple of years ago.
The grandkids sure had a hoot with this activity. I think they liked it more this year than last time. That was probably because my grandkids are a little bit older.
Isn’t this little witch adorable?
Look at her shoes. She got them out of my dress-up clothes closet. I think they go fabulously with her outfit, don’t you?
Now on to my features.
My first feature is this clever Olaf trick or treat bucket from Sew Crafty Crochet. She transformed a glow-in-the-dark pumpkin bucket into this cute Olaf bucket. Wouldn’t a grandchild be thrilled to get one of these? You’ll be the favorite grandma if you make one for your grandkiddo!
My next feature is this clever paper pumpkin from Try It Like It. You get a free printable — and they look so easy to make. Grandkids would want to make a whole flock of these critters!
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