I hope you've had a lovely weekend and I'm very happy to welcome you to this week's Really Crafty Link Party!
Link up to show us what you've been working on lately too and browse around for what everyone else is sharing. This is a party, so try to visit at least a couple of other links and share the party on social media too. The more, the merrier!
As usual, the linkup will be open until next Thursday and I will be posting the features on Friday, October 28th!
Did you miss last week's amazing features? Click below to check them out!
Now onto this week's party: The Really Crafty Link Party is focused on crafts, so the idea is for you to link up all your crafty posts: DIYs, printables, home decor, tutorials, recipes, whatever you want to share. Feel free to share as many links as you want, and old posts are welcome!
You can add posts on other subjects (family friendly please), but only craft related posts will have a chance to be featured and will be pinned to the party's Pinterest board.
If you host your own party, add it too - it may not be featured, but you'll be sharing it with all of us anyway, and we all love to discover new parties!
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Thank you again for stopping by, and have a wonderful week!
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It's Friday and I'm so glad you're here, because it's time for me to share some wonderful features from this week's link party. As usual, a big thank you to everyone who linked up, shared on social media and visited during the last few days.
So...Check out below the features from The Really Crafty Link Party #39!
Yep, Halloween is almost here. Are you ready? Well, I am. Sort of. We don't really decorate for Halloween, as it is not a traditional Portuguese holiday, but the kids always have a Halloween party at school and they are getting more and more excited about it with each passing year.
This year I still plan to make a new bat costume for my son (let's see if I have time to share it on the blog before the actual day) but in the meantime I leave you with some additional inspiration!
This special edition of the ABC Crafts Series is entirely dedicated to homemade Halloween costumes. As usual, all come with instructions so you can easily replicate them. Check them out below!
I'm back today with a very quick school project we had to make this week: my son needed to create a scary object to take to class, for a Halloween exhibit they are preparing. While browsing my craft books during the weekend, he decided on a ghost. So we made a ghost hand puppet.
This year my daughter's first grade teacher sent a note home saying the she prefers to have the girls with longer hair using ponytails during class time. We do have a few store bought ponytails at home, but they've seen several years of use already, so we decided to make some new ones. It was our mother-daughter craft last weekend.
Ponytails are very easy to make, but if you're taking the time, you might as well make them as cute as possible. So we decided to use some princess buttons I bought at a craft store a while ago.