I LOVE all the yummy food that comes with this time of year. Warm soups, fresh breads and lots of sweet treats featuring pumpkin. It's definitely my favorite time of year for so many reasons. This week, we're asking what's your favorite pumpkin recipe? Check out our favorite recipes below -- I'm sure you'll find lots of tasty inspiration.
With the holidays right around the corner, you’ll be dusting off those old recipes and swapping favorites with friends and family. Need a few new recipe cards? I’ve found some terrific free, printable recipe cards you’ll want to download! There’s a Mason jar shaped card (so cute!), vintage style recipe cards as well as cards with interesting designs and nice colors. I love the idea of the cookie swap recipe cards! Some of these downloads include a matching invitation, too. To keep you organized, there’s even the Matching Recipe Cards with Dividers and the Recipe Binder & Free Printable. Look them over, print your favorites and you can check one thing off your party supplies list for the upcoming holiday exchanges—for free!
When it comes to stocking up on party supplies, it doesn’t get much easier than always having paper plates on hand! Here are some great ideas for paper plate Halloween crafts that you and your boys can do to create party decorations, like the paper plate ghost or bean wreath Halloween craft. The paper plate scarecrow is ideal for kindergarten or preschool boys. Wouldn’t that paper plate black cat make such a perfect party invitation? These Halloween paper plate crafts could even be used on the dessert table to serve up a slice of cake or a cupcake after the party gets started. The paper plate spiderwebs, Jack-O-Lantern, and witch craft allow the boys some time to create something themselves at the party and also take home as a favor.
Calling all parents of super hero-loving boys! Come join this boy’s thrilling, super hero birthday party adventure by party-planning super mom, Keren of Keren Precel Events. Enzo's 4th birthday is full of super hero birthday party ideas any boy would be lucky to have. Put your x-ray vision into practice by looking for exciting details like hero capes and real life super hero training and wonderful decorations. Plus, you won’t want to miss the 3-tier super cake or decorated cupcakes on the dessert table! Kudos to Daniel Precel for the photography.
Welcome to week 18 of the Party Time Linky! Halloween is in a few days and I am looking forward to seeing more of these great fall and Halloween parties, food, crafts, and DIY projects that make this time of year the best. Did you catch the Granny Kat's Pumpkin Roll, DIY Glitter Pumpkin Stems, Saucy Chipotle Maple Baked Chicken Wings, Thankful Wood Art, and the Boo Halloween Party? They were just some of the great ideas linked up last week. Are you ready to get this week's party started?!
I love blogging -- over the past few years, it's become an important part of my life. I love sharing great parties, products and recipes with my readers. There is so much that goes on behind the scenes, I appreciate when software comes along that makes my life even easier. Because of all the hard work that happens to make each blog post, you can imagine my excitement over hearing about Riddle.
As soon as Sam arrives home from school, he's hungry. Never mind that lunch was only a few short hours ago -- he's asking for a snack the moment he gets in the car at pick up time. My goal for his after school snack is simple: something nutritious that won't ruin his appetite for dinner.
Whether you’re looking for boys’ birthday party ideas or Halloween decorations for the house, I’ve rounded up some great ways to use pool noodles with a Halloween theme. The light sabers make great Halloween or birthday party favors for both boys and girls. There’s also a target toss game, two different wreath ideas, witch legs, and pumpkin prints. Read on to see what supplies are needed to turn a normal pool noodle into something really special for your next party or Halloween home decor.
Fall break just started here and I'm sure I'm in for a full week of “Mom, I'm bored” moments in my house; I had to think of some ideas to keep the kids occupied while I was trying to get some work done! With Halloween just around the corner I thought this list of kids’ Boredom Busting Halloween Crafts would be perfect, plus I can also use them for Halloween party favors and party decorations. Here are the great ideas I found: Halloween Popsicle Stick Puppets, Duck Tape Mummy Jack-O-Lantern, Popsicle Stick Frankenstein Craft, Jack-O-Lantern Chalkboard Mason Jars, Monster Cupcake Picks, Hanging Bats, Glow in the Dark Halloween Lanterns, Easy Rolled Paper Pumpkin Craft, Giant Pom-Pom Spiders, Pom-Pom Ghosts, and Juice Box Monsters. Keep ‘em busy and keep ‘em happy!
Mad Scientists and minions, Rockabilly and rock n’ roll, pirates and campers and all things boy birthday AND Halloween are on the party agenda this week. Read on for super ideas for birthday cake and cupcakes, fun decorations, terrific kids’ party foods and crafts plus adorable DIY costumes. You’re going to like what you see!