This project was so easy. All I did was take a wire hanger and bend it into the shape I wanted. I bought three coordinating Halloween fabrics and cut them into strips. Then I just tied them on in an alternating pattern. Simple right! Now I wonder if I should add more to it. We'll see.
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
I really liked this book! Although I will have to admit I am very partial to utopian and distopian type novels so this book hit the spot for me. It really makes you think about what is most important to you. I really like the character Shay in the beginning of the book. This book is very well balanced and has a small romantic interest but I like it because it doesn't overshadow the intended plot of the book. If you are interested in a more detailed review do to Amazon.com. I hope you like it as much as I did!
Saturday, October 15, 2011
This is one of the first things I saw when I started looking at blogs a few years ago and thought that it was too easy not to do so here is my version of Boo block letters.
Lets get started...
To make these letters go to your local craft store and get some Halloween paper, wooden letter blocks, paint and some Modge Podge. Start by tracing the letters onto your paper. Then paint the letters and let dry. Then apply Modge Podge to letters and apply paper carefully. After it is dry apply a coat of Modge Podge on the front to get a shinny look. Now your done!