Dreamcatchers with Midge and Madge

These gorgeous dream catchers are loaded with pretty details. Soft, romantic colors, plenty of texture, and gorgeous flowers from Little Birdie Crafts make these unique art pieces a perfect gift idea for home decor.

Design Team Members Midge and Madge attended the Teresa Collins Event in Las Vegas, Nevada, and held a make and take demonstration for attendees. Just take a look at all the beautiful creations these ladies came up with!

Looks like they had a blast, and we couldn’t be more honored that our pretty flowers were used in these dazzling Dream Catchers!

Stay tuned for more fun with Midge and Madge Mingle, every Monday!

All Photos Provided by Midge and Madge Mingle

Halloween Treat Cups

Hey crafty friends! Don’t you love these awesome Halloween Chipboard ghouls? I have been sharing different ways to use them and have loved each and every variation! I don’t even know that I could tell you may favorite! Check out my other fun creations: Spooky Art and these darling Treat Cups with Cats and Bats!

I love Halloween, decorating, dress up, candy, candy, and …. oh did I mention candy? Just kidding; my favorite is decorating! Whether it be a tasty food display, or decor to add a little creepiness to my home, I am all for it!

I had these awesome containers and thought they were the perfect fit with the chipboard.

Here’s What You’ll Need:

Tools:

  • Paint Brush
  • Colored Pencils – Optional
  • Scissors
  • Archival Ink Marker

  1. Gather all your supplies.
  2. Paint the treat boxes with Little Birdie Crafts Chalk Paint in Charcoal. Let dry.
  3. Paint Pumpkins and Skeletons while treat boxes are drying.
  4. Optional step – sketch out legs and arms for a vintage pumpkin. Color with colored pencils and piece together.

5. Add green paint to rim and make it look like oozing green drips. Let dry.

6. Once all is dry just add Halloween chipboard and fill with treats for your little goblins!

Thanks for stopping by!

Donna

 

 

 

 

 

Halloween Tic Tac Toe

My family and I truly love Halloween! We love to decorate, we to spook each other, we love to make fun treats, and we love to play Halloween games. One of my sons’ favorite games is Tic Tac Toe. But, like so many families, pens and paper can be elusive in our home. So, I created a fun take along Tic Tac Toe game for the boys to play on the go or at home, and no paper and pens are needed! This five minute project will provide hours of fun! Here’s What You’ll Need: • Canvas Drawstring Thick Bag 7"x9" 2 pcs • Vinyl Cutting Machine (I used my Cricut) • Iron on Vinyl • Heat Press • Small Halloween Characters or treats Step 1: Cut game board to 6”x6” out of iron on vinyl. Step 2: Apply vinyl to the canvas bag according to package instructions. Step 3: Play intense games of Halloween Tic Tac Toe! You can find more fun party inspiration and tips from Jessica on her blog, Everyday Party Magazine.

My family and I truly love Halloween! We love to decorate, we to spook each other, we love to make fun treats, and we love to play Halloween games. One of my sons’ favorite games is Tic Tac Toe. But, like so many families, pens and paper can be elusive in our home. So, I created a fun take along Tic Tac Toe game for the boys to play on the go or at home, and no paper and pens are needed! This five minute project will provide hours of fun! Here’s What You’ll Need: • Canvas Drawstring Thick Bag 7"x9" 2 pcs • Vinyl Cutting Machine (I used my Cricut) • Iron on Vinyl • Heat Press • Small Halloween Characters or treats Step 1: Cut game board to 6”x6” out of iron on vinyl. Step 2: Apply vinyl to the canvas bag according to package instructions. Step 3: Play intense games of Halloween Tic Tac Toe! You can find more fun party inspiration and tips from Jessica on her blog, Everyday Party Magazine.

My family and I truly love Halloween! We love to decorate, we to spook each other, we love to make fun treats, and we love to play Halloween games.  One of my sons’ favorite games is Tic Tac Toe.  But, like so many families, pens and paper can be elusive in our home.  So, I created a fun take along Tic Tac Toe game for the boys to play on the go or at home, and no paper and pens are needed! This five minute project will provide hours of fun!My family and I truly love Halloween! We love to decorate, we to spook each other, we love to make fun treats, and we love to play Halloween games. One of my sons’ favorite games is Tic Tac Toe. But, like so many families, pens and paper can be elusive in our home. So, I created a fun take along Tic Tac Toe game for the boys to play on the go or at home, and no paper and pens are needed! This five minute project will provide hours of fun! Here’s What You’ll Need: • Canvas Drawstring Thick Bag 7"x9" 2 pcs • Vinyl Cutting Machine (I used my Cricut) • Iron on Vinyl • Heat Press • Small Halloween Characters or treats Step 1: Cut game board to 6”x6” out of iron on vinyl. Step 2: Apply vinyl to the canvas bag according to package instructions. Step 3: Play intense games of Halloween Tic Tac Toe! You can find more fun party inspiration and tips from Jessica on her blog, Everyday Party Magazine.

Here’s What You’ll Need:

Step 1: Cut game board to 6”x6” out of iron on vinyl.

My family and I truly love Halloween! We love to decorate, we to spook each other, we love to make fun treats, and we love to play Halloween games. One of my sons’ favorite games is Tic Tac Toe. But, like so many families, pens and paper can be elusive in our home. So, I created a fun take along Tic Tac Toe game for the boys to play on the go or at home, and no paper and pens are needed! This five minute project will provide hours of fun! Here’s What You’ll Need: • Canvas Drawstring Thick Bag 7"x9" 2 pcs • Vinyl Cutting Machine (I used my Cricut) • Iron on Vinyl • Heat Press • Small Halloween Characters or treats Step 1: Cut game board to 6”x6” out of iron on vinyl. Step 2: Apply vinyl to the canvas bag according to package instructions. Step 3: Play intense games of Halloween Tic Tac Toe! You can find more fun party inspiration and tips from Jessica on her blog, Everyday Party Magazine.

Step 2: Apply vinyl to the canvas bag according to package instructions.My family and I truly love Halloween! We love to decorate, we to spook each other, we love to make fun treats, and we love to play Halloween games. One of my sons’ favorite games is Tic Tac Toe. But, like so many families, pens and paper can be elusive in our home. So, I created a fun take along Tic Tac Toe game for the boys to play on the go or at home, and no paper and pens are needed! This five minute project will provide hours of fun! Here’s What You’ll Need: • Canvas Drawstring Thick Bag 7"x9" 2 pcs • Vinyl Cutting Machine (I used my Cricut) • Iron on Vinyl • Heat Press • Small Halloween Characters or treats Step 1: Cut game board to 6”x6” out of iron on vinyl. Step 2: Apply vinyl to the canvas bag according to package instructions. Step 3: Play intense games of Halloween Tic Tac Toe! You can find more fun party inspiration and tips from Jessica on her blog, Everyday Party Magazine.

Step 3: Use Halloween characters, bottle caps, or even candy to play intense games of Halloween Tic Tac Toe! My family and I truly love Halloween! We love to decorate, we to spook each other, we love to make fun treats, and we love to play Halloween games. One of my sons’ favorite games is Tic Tac Toe. But, like so many families, pens and paper can be elusive in our home. So, I created a fun take along Tic Tac Toe game for the boys to play on the go or at home, and no paper and pens are needed! This five minute project will provide hours of fun! Here’s What You’ll Need: • Canvas Drawstring Thick Bag 7"x9" 2 pcs • Vinyl Cutting Machine (I used my Cricut) • Iron on Vinyl • Heat Press • Small Halloween Characters or treats Step 1: Cut game board to 6”x6” out of iron on vinyl. Step 2: Apply vinyl to the canvas bag according to package instructions. Step 3: Play intense games of Halloween Tic Tac Toe! You can find more fun party inspiration and tips from Jessica on her blog, Everyday Party Magazine.

You can find more fun party inspiration and tips from Jessica on her blog, Everyday Party Magazine.

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