Party in Your PJs #130

Party in your PJs is a Tuesday evening link party that starts at 7:00 p.m. (Mountain time) through Sunday night at midnight. Come and join in the fun!Did you do something fun for Halloween?

We live out in the county where the homes are not very close together. Which means that the trick-or-treaters have to be driven to go trick-or-treating. Which means kiddos don’t get as much sweet tooth-loot as they would if they lived in a subdivision. Which means we don’t get trick-or-treaters any more.

So, we went out to supper with some of our empty nester friends.

Then we popped over to Cost-Co for their yummy yogurt for dessert. (And did we make any purchases while we were there? 🙂 )

Then, we went to our house and watched Zootopia. What a delightful movie!

I hope you had as much fun on Halloween as I did.

I know that Halloween is over. But, these crafts were so fun I still wanted to feature them. The first are these cute mummy jars by Mindie on The (mis)Adventures of Born Again Farm Girl. This craft is so easy that even young grandkids could make them. You could make a whole flock of them if you’ve got empty jars hanging around your house like I do!

This mummy jar craft was featured at Party in Your PJs link party.


My next feature is this fun wicker pumpkin by Sarah at Sadie Seasongoods. You probably have a bunch of these hanging around your house. Come on! Admit it! I know I do . . . This would be an easy craft that grandkids could do. This craft would also be appropriate as a Thanksgiving decoration.

This wicker pumpkin craft was featured at Party in Your PJs link party.


Thank you Mindie and Sarah so much for sharing your wonderful ideas. Don’t forget to grab our “featured on Party in Your PJs Link Party” button and share on your site!

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Once again, thank you so much for everyone that participated!

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2 thoughts on “Party in Your PJs #130

  • Nina Lewis Post author

    That sounds like a great solution. Kids get the candy but not buckets full! (Where I live, most homes are on 5 acre parcels of land or bigger!)

  • Lisa Healy

    We don’t live in a subdivision, but there are about 30 homes in our general area and our lots are only 1/2 an acre, so we all gather at one house every Halloween and the kids ride around in the back of a trailer (being pulled by a riding mower) to trick or treat at the non-kid houses. To us, it’s just right. We probably visit 10 houses, so the candy’s not overwhelming and it’s just enough of an experience to feel we’re doing Halloween without having to DO Halloween, if you know what I mean!

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