Thursday, October 21, 2021

BFF Open House


Happy Friday Eve all! This week's been a blur since I had a couple of procedures this week and glad they're OVER! Hoping that's it for me and Mayo clinic this year. We're in the final countdown to Halloween and then it always seems like the rest of the year goes by in a flash. Let's take a look at some of the great Halloween themed ideas from last week's party. 

I'm envious of this fabulous find and transformation shared by Penny's Vintage Home. If you're ever lucky enough to find an "old rusty 5 gallon gas can" look at the gorgeousness you can create with it like this Jack O'Lantern transformation! So cute! I also love the vintage Halloween dolls. Did I mention there's a festive fall cocktail recipe in the same post? 

 While not Halloween per se, I could not get over these incredible Crocheted Lampshades from Howling Liz. Crocheted! Aren't they amazing?! I could not believe they were crocheted. Still can't!

If you need a costume idea for yourself or a little one, it doesn't get any easier than this no sew Woodland Deer Felt Mask from Creatively Beth. Adorable! 

Finally, if you are a Candy Corn lover then you want to check out this post from The Kitchen Is My Playground because Tracey has the details on how to make your own! No need to wait for it to be in season anymore, and since it's made in your own kitchen, you can make it any color combo you want for any season! 

Once again, thanks to all who linked up and can't wait to see what you've all been up to this week! 

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My thrift store addiction said...

Thanks for hosting, Carol!

Penny @ Penny's Vintage Home said...

I'm thrilled that you enjoyed my gas can jack o latern....thank you for featuring it! hugs..

Ann said...

Great features, Carol. Thanks for hosting!

Morsels of Life | CJ Huang said...

Feels like this whole year has gone by in a flash1 Thanks for hosting us once again. I brought by some DIY Soy Milk this week. It's a quick and easy way to make your own. :)

Liz said...

Hi Carol,
Thank you very much for featuring my lampshades!! Have a great week and thanks for hosting!