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Graffiti Pumpkin Patch

If you are looking for a Halloween craft project for your tweens, teens, or young adults, try making a Graffiti Pumpkin Patch.  The idea behind this project is to tap into the creative psyche of the adolescent, who is feeling too old to carve a pumpkin the plain old fashioned way, but still young enough […]

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re-purposed table with decoupage

Sheet Music Table Makeover

     Ikea Sheet Music Table Makeover with Decoupage Decoupage is a fairly easy process and a great way to customize your own look.  For this table I took old sheet music, crumpled it up, ripped it into pieces and edged the pieces with black ink to get what I think is an interesting yet […]

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Boo Cookies!! Ghost shaped cookies without the cookie cutter

You don’t need to use a cookie cutter to get these simple, quick and tasty ghost shaped cookies.  I brought these to a recent bonfire get together and they DISAPPEARED!!! Ghost shaped cookies without using a cookie cutter To make the cookies: 1 roll of Pillsbury Sugar Cookie Dough 1 tube of black gel frosting […]

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Booware!!! Repurposed Halloween Decoration

If you have and outdated wreath or hanging wall décor, you can re-purpose it by turning it into a Halloween decoration with just a little paint and creativity.  This outdated hanging wall décor was my mother’s.  Though she had it around for a while, even she stopped putting it up as a decoration after having […]

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Pickled Fingers - Creepy Halloween DIY-StowandTellU

Pickled Fingers

Aren’t these creepy??   I call them pickled fingers, but  they can sure add some spook to your next Halloween party.   Inspired by a creepy pickled head project from  Haunt your own house Halloween crafts, by allyou.com.   I made these in similar fashion with a few items I had around the house.  Here […]

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Hedgeapples Pickled and Waxed

The Hedge apple, also known as an Osage Orange is that strange, round, green, bumpy thing that you see laying on the side of the road, usually in more rural areas.They are a fruit. They ripen in the fall season and can be a great accent for fall decorating.  They have a very interesting texture.  […]

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The Lady from the Farmhouse

    The Lady from the Farmhouse Salvaging an antique photo     The Story I purchased the image of this woman at an estate sale several years ago.  The owners called her “the lady from the farmhouse” because all that they knew was she was hanging in a farmhouse that their parents once purchased.  […]

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Cooking over a campfire

Weenie Roast a Fall Tradition

Weenie Roast a Fall Tradition   Looking for something to do outdoors this fall?  Host a weenie roast  at the woods, at the park or in your own back yard.   When I was growing up it was a Columbus Day tradition for my mom and the neighbor ladies to pack up a lunch of […]

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Wisdom From Florida

  Wisdom from Florida   While I was at my doctor’s office, I noticed this plaque and asked if I could take a picture.  I’m not sure if the author is named “Florida” or is it is just words of wisdom from our 27th State, but either way, I wanted to share the saying.   […]

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