I think the hardest part about making these glowing ghosts will be blowing-up the balloons! Personally, I get a horrible headache blowing-up balloons…ugh! If you can get past that, this very well be the easiest #31DaysOfHalloween decorations I’ve posted. However, beware, these apparitions may seem friendly at first, but in the darkness their scary side comes out.STEPS
- STEP 1
Snap one or two…
Some of you may already know, that I’ve been on hiatus, in lieu of my daddy’s passing. Getting our life, and my mommy’s, back in order.
However, we haven’t been completely idle while away, we have made a few changes to our travels. The biggest, we purchased a Class A, 1997 Gulf Stream Sun Sport RV. He’s named after my daddy, Jimmy Lee. We bought him off Ebay, and flew from Fort Lauderdale to…
Use lace to create fancy and fashionable pumpkins. Lay lace fabric over the pumpkin, gathering it at the bottom with your hand, to determine the location for the stem opening. Remove the lace. Cut a small circle (for the stem) with scissors and lay the lace over the pumpkin, inserting the stem through the opening. Gather the lace at the pumpkin bottom, trimming the excess, and secure the lace in…
I found this awesome photo on PrudentBaby.com, and just HAD to share it with you!
This would be a real eye-catcher, to say the least, hanging from a doorbell, drawer pulls, toilet handle, medicine cabinet, car radio, etc. I really love this idea…so many haunting ideas are swirling around my mind…buuuaaahahahaaa!
Share your ideas on this marvelous Halloween ‘trick’ on our Facebookpage, and don’t…
For your Halloween beverages and/or cocktails, be sure to mix up some spooky ice cubes. These have little plastic skulls and bones in them!
I found these plastic skeleton pieces which are small enough to fit into my ice ball mold from Muji. note: You should not ever put something small into ice that is intended to be put in a drink. Especially, not if there are children present…or drunk adults.
It doesn’t make a huge cake like the kind I’m used to seeing at my gatherings…actually the recipe says it makes 6 servings. Please enjoy and let me know how you like the easy and quick version of Tiramisu!Ingredients
1/2 cup non-fat ricotta cheese (4 ounces)
2 tablespoons confectioners’ sugar (or one of our recommended natural sweeteners)
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 bunch kale, washed and destemmed (I prefer dinosaur kale, but you can use whatever kale you like)
1/8 cup toasted sesame oil
1/8 cup balsamic vinegar
1/4 tsp. garlic powder
1/4 tsp. sea salt
1/4 tsp. fresh ground black pepper
Toasted sesame seedsDirections
1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
2. Line a few cookie sheets with parchment paper and set aside.
3. Wash and destem the kale.