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Mon. Sep 28th, 2020

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Hello! Hello! It’s Ginger & I am so excited to be here today with you & Amy! Thanks so much for having me over! I’m usually blogging over on my blog. So it’s a treat to be over here & to change it up a bit. It’s so nice to meet you! Over on my blog I love sharing fun crafts, easy recipes, DIY projects & fun ideas like this Giant BOO Sign! Let me show you how I made it!... Read More
What to do when your kids are crying for a Halloween party but it is not time yet and with all the social-distancing going on? These Halloween Printables include Cupcake Toppers, Drink Flags, and Bag Toppers are perfect gift ideas to brighten up their days in lockdown! Get them now!... Read More
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
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
Halloween is while not doubt my favorite vacation. It’s funny, it’s inventive, it’s mischievous, it’s jam-packed with crafts . . . what’s to not like? Sadly, this year I cannot do massive Halloween decorations and invite my friends to have crazy parties. But still, I will do some decorations to brighten up my days after this prolonged lockdown. Whereas I haven’t done a lot of decorating of my very own for this vacation in a few years, I do appreciate a creative show, and these covert vintage portraits by Danielle Thompson could be my favorite bit of impromptu Allhallows Eve ornament.... Read More
Rather than flatten your latest shipment and haul it out to the curb, try upcycling the brown boxes into a fantastically festive Halloween costume. Especially in 2020, when no one should hold large Halloween parties but only some quarantine Halloween parties with families, these costumes are affordable and easy for casual parties. Three top DIY bloggers were tapped to help make these costumes—a cake slice, a unicorn, or a car—the best they could possibly be: Crafty Chica created the how-to guide for this cake slice, Tatertots and Jello crafted the unicorn boxtume, and Oh Happy Day made the car boxtume.... Read More
During quarantine, I have spent my time on paper flower craft. As a beginner, I keep making and remaking, adjusting and readjusting on how to make paper flowers at home. I have already made a hundred lady-slipper orchid and little green orchid slipper prototypes. Although I have failed many times and frustrated me, I finally figure out how to make papercraft flowers step by step and it is easy to make handcraft paper flowers.... Read More