Roaring Twenties Flapper Gangster Couple Halloween Costume

I dressed as a dead flapper for our Haunted Museum Saturday. I used costume ideas from a Roaring Twenties gangster-flapper couples' costume my husband and I wore in 1994. Here's how to make, easy and cheap, dead or alive. This couples costume is tres Gothic and very definitely for adult-only parties.   Roaring Twenties Flapper Gangster Couple Halloween Costume, Dead or Alive

Multitasking 2 fo r1 Halloween Costume, Scary and Non-Scary

I'll be dressing up for Halloween this year and needing two costumes. I'll need a non-scary one for helping at my daughter's school concert. The I'm volunteering at our local "Haunted Museum." Here's how I plan to make one costume do double duty. You can make many costumes multitask with a few simple tweaks. Here's how. My Dual Purpose Halloween Costume, Boadicea Scary and Non-Scary

Printable Pumpkin Carving Stencils

I can't believe Halloween 2013 is almost here! I started this blog in 2008 around Halloween. Time flies. Anyway, if you celebrate Halloween, Trick-or-treat, All Saint's Day or harvest festivals, you might be looking for pumpkin crafts. Use these free printable pumpkins crafts, coloring and cut and paste for preschool lessons and games.Free Printable Pumpkin and Jack-o-Lantern Stencils and Craft Activities

Repurpose Summer Toys for Indoor Preschool Learning Play

 I homeschooled four kids in a single-wide old mobile home. So I know about space-saving as well as money saving. A favorite way to do both is by repurposing. We made outdoor toys do double duty in winter with indoor uses. For example, their Little Tikes Sand Turtle was filled with Lake Michigan beach sand and enjoyed all summer. Then in winter, I cleaned it out, bleach and sanitized and brought it indoors. Repurpose Summer Toys for Indoor Preschool Play

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