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Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Happy Halloween

As the darkness comes near, the ghouls will appear!
Unless they already came to your house, for quilt club today...
It was another one of those non-productive days we are seeming to enjoy
 more and more.
We are going to have to quit calling ourselves a quilt club
 and start referring to ourselves as, adventurous eaters anonymous!!!
The table was set for this crazy bunch.
It started with dipped Oreos and Little Debbie Swiss Cake rolls.
I'm sure you've seen the videos on Facebook for them.
But my favorite had to be the "Ghoul Boogers"!
Is that just too funny?
This was another one of my Pinterest finds.
You can get the recipe and the printable label
HERE at Design Dazzle. 
You will have to sign up for a free account, but it's well worth it.
She's got loads of fun ideas and printables for all the holidays.
Ok, so "Ghoul Boogers" really is just Carmel Corn with green food coloring.
I found a set with the perfect shade of green at Wal-Mart.
And there is nothing better than taunting your kids with 
"your mommy's eating boogers"!!!!!
These mini paint cans were perfect for small treats!
Joi, made adorable treat bags for us all.
It matches the "Ghoul Boogers"
How did she know???
Yep, it made for one fun, table of treats!
We wrapped up early,  as we were on a carb high, a sugar high...
...and apparently a "vino" high!
I'd love to show you what was in this bottle, but it's gone.
Good to the last drop!
Glenora is a winery in New York. They have the absolute best fruit wines, 
and there is a group of tipsy quilters who will agree with that statement!
Check out these mugs.
I've become obsessed with glass etching.
 Thanks to my friend for showing me how to use
my Silhouette Cameo cutter.
If you've never played with etching, its very easy.
You cut your image onto a vinyl. 
Weed out what you want etched
Transfer to glass with transfer paper
Remove that transfer paper
And your ready to etch.
I bought this Armour Etch at Hobby Lobby.
You just paint it on top of your vinyl stencil and in 5 minutes, you rinse and your done.
Peel off the vinyl, wash and your ready to use!
I like to personalize them too.
We partied till we were pooped, now it's nap time!
Gonna catch some Zzzzz..............s
Wishing you a night of treats!

Til next time
Keep on Stitchin'

1 comment:

  1. This looks like so much fun. All the crazy decorations and the fun foods!!
    No wonder you had a great time.
    It is odd how these sewing groups do turn into social events with very little stitching done. But they are still a lot of fun.


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