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Wed. Oct 21st, 2020

DIY

Whether heading to a party or taking the kids trick-or-treating, these funny DIY Halloween costumes for both kids and adults are sure to win compliments. Even in this year we probably cannot have any big Halloween parties because of the social-distancing, we can still dress up at home and hold mini Halloween party within the family. It would be a good way to jazz up our dull quarantine days!... Read More
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This blog is updated in 2020 2020 had been a tough year, but life should go on. Today we will talk about how to create... Read More
The sculpture of Halloween pumpkin faces has to be one in all my admirable traditions. Growing up, I perpetually place tons of thoughts into specifically what Halloween pumpkin ideas (most of them are a face) I might opt for. This year, because of the quarantine, I have more time to think and sculpt. And I opt for some complicated but absolutely gorgeous ones. ... Read More
Star-filled skies square measure one in all our favorite things concerning living to go into the country. We have a tendency to love parturition out on a blanket, gazing up into the ink-black blackness noticed with twinkling stars, making an attempt to be the primary to identify a falling star or notice the pattern of a constellation. We have a tendency to thought it'd be fun to bring a small amount of the night sky to our constellation pumpkin show this year and it gave the U.S. an opportunity to constellation pumpkin craving employing a less ancient technique – with a drill!... Read More
I’m not the hugest fan of creepy Halloween décor, especially when this year hasn't been a kind of year, I need something bright to light up my quarantine instead of something very-Halloween to further darken my dull lockdown. Cherry pumpkins seem to be the finest option to match Halloween vibes while spicing my lockdown up!... Read More
When I’m making holiday decorations, I’m always brainstorming ideas to create interesting decor from materials I already own or are easy to get a hold of. Especially during the lockdown, I cannot go to supermarkets or stationery stores whenever I want to. These paper lanterns are made from a single sheet of printer paper and some clever cuts and folds. Using battery-powered tea lights makes them safe and versatile. You could hang these lanterns in a window, from a tree, or use them to decorate a shelf — anywhere you want to add something spooky!... Read More