Wednesday, October 30, 2013

HALL-oween Eve:

What better way to spend Halloween Eve than to have a festive Halloween play date with friends! 

 Our friends Leighton and Tallulah came over for some fun Halloween crafts and cookie making

I cut out pumpkins for the girls to color! 
(Charli's finished masterpiece!)

And this is a serving plate that I made (pictured above with the cupcakes) and I had all of the supplies for Leighton to make one today for her family!
(I will have the instructions below)

 After some coloring and crafting it was time to make some cookies...

These two little girls were so excited and both loved helping!

Charli doing her Halloween cut-outs! 
(having gluten problems means you go with what you can find... so it was chocolate chip cookies instead of sugar cookies)

Tallulah making her cookies!

The girls' finished product! 

And after they both ate all of their lunch, they got to eat their special cookie they made...

And they both ate every last piece! ;)

Thanks again for coming over to play! 
Happy Halloween Eve!


DIY Plate:

Have a plate or serving tray (cleaned with soap and water), acrylic craft paint, sharpie, and stencils if you want

Then you need cute baby feet! ;)
I painted Charli's feet with the orange acrylic paint, pressed them to the plate, let dry...
Then I stenciled my "Trick" and my "Treat" (hand doing everything else)- all with a sharpie...
After you are finished, bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes so the sharpie and paint set

And Voila! 
The perfect serving plate for any Halloween party! 
FYI: I am in LOVE with how it turned out! :)


  1. Gosh, so cute!! You sure are crafty!! And on a completely unrelated note I'm watching Hocus Pocus right now!! ;)

  2. LOVE the pictures of the girls making their cookies! And the serving plate turned out adorable!

    1. Thank you!! They sure did look pretty cute standing at the stove! haha!

  3. Looks like a fun day! The plate is super cute! (And looks much more legible since you fixed the T's!) :)