Orange Halloween Pumpkin drinks {tutorial}

I’m having SO much fun with these quick Halloween projects…I hope you are enjoying them too. A few days ago, I shared some Halloween straws,but while I was putting them together, I saw these Orange Crush bottles of pop. They come with the green lid and I immediately thought…PUMPKIN!

To make these super cute drinks, you simply need:

*Orange drink (that you can see)

*orange cardstock cut in 2 1/2″ strips

*Black sharpie

*glue

To make, simply draw a Jack-o-Latern face on the strip of cardstock. Wrap it around the drink and secure with just a dab of glue.

That’s it! You are done.

Hope your Halloween Month is going GREAT!

Check out more Kiki and Company Halloween ideas:

Halloween Countdown House:

Send a Halloween Lunchbox Laugh to school in your kids lunch:

Grab these fun Halloween Cupcake and Candy Cup Wraps:

or find some fun printables in this Halloween Downloadable Pack:

DIY Frozen Elsa Dress BABY Edition {free tutorial}

What a fun day to be here! I am so excited for today’s post and hope you can find one (or fifty) new ideas for Halloween this year! Me and 80+ blog buddies got together to bring you 80+ DIY Halloween costumes, including my DIY Frozen Elsa Dress {Baby Edition}! I’m teaming up with Jamie Dorobek and her handmade Halloween costume site, Really Awesome Costumes to bring y’all tons of easy ideas to craft up DIY Halloween costumes for everyone including your pets, family costumes, and even a trunk or treat idea!

Cutest little baby Elsa ever, right?!

 

Along with my DIY Elsa Dress {Baby Edition}, I’m sharing 88+ more really awesome handmade costume ideas from talented bloggers everywhere!

 

101+ Handmade Halloween costumes at Creating Really Awesome Free Things

So let’s get started. How cute is this dress?!

This dress came together so quickly for me, so I can’t wait to share with you how I created it.

SUPPLIES

*white baby dress (I found my at Goodwill..see pic below)

*1 yard sparkly and sheer white fabric

*RIT dye

*metallic paint

*sew on velcro

*beads

*thread

DIRECTIONS:

*Pick up a white dress for your baby. If you have an old one, use it. I picked mine up at Goodwill for just a few dollars. This one was so cute!

2-Using Rit dye, dye the dress the color you want. (I used the turquoise color they had)

3-(This step is optional depending on what kind of dress you bought) Cut off belt sides and I used these to sew on top of the flowers that were on the waistband (I wanted this super simple). I also used the straps to make a bow.

4-Lightly draw a snowflake pattern on middle of waistband. Sew beads on to make snowflake.

5-Make the cape. The cape is made by first painting the snowflakes on it using a paintbrush. (You can even buy a sheer fabric with snowflakes on it so you can skip this step too)

7-Sew Cape by ruffling the top, folding it over once and then sewing it again. Make sure to finish all sides. I cut mine so my daughter wouldn’t trip over it..you can make your cape as long or short as you would like.

8-Using two 3″ pieces of velcro, sew on to either side of the back zipper. Add velcro the sides of your cape as well.(see pic)

Once cape is done. YOU ARE DONE!It really is just the sweetest dress. It’s perfect for the fall. You can add long or short sleeves with it.

And there you have it. A perfect little Frozen Elsa dress for your smallest princess!

 

And now it’s time for tons more DIY Halloween costume inspiration! Join in on the BLOG HOP! Click on the links below each collage to get the detailed instructions about how to make the costume pictured, just like mine above. Don’t forget to follow the Handamde Halloween Costumes Pinterest Board for even more DIY costume greatness!

 

88+ Handmade Halloween costumes at Creating Really Awesome Free Things

1. Handmade Baby Hamburger Costume

2. DIY Baby Game Boy Costume

3. DIY Minecraft Steve Costume

4. Football Brothers Halloween Costumes with DIY Pads and Onesie

5. Star Trek Halloween Costume for Kids

6. A Bee and Her Keeper

7. No Sew Magician Costume

8. Flint Lockwood Costume

9. Pinocchio

10. Marty McFly

11. Princess Wedding Dress Costume

12. Handmade Lalaloopsy Doll Costume

13. Homemade Toothless Costume

14. DIY Mermaid For Less Than $20 (No-Sew Option)

15. Easy Tinker Bell Costume

16. Mario and Luigi Go Kart Costumes

17. Dog The Bounty Hunter and Beth

18. Family Monsters University Costumes

19. Scooby Doo family costumes

20. DIY Storm Cloud Costume

 

88+ Handmade Halloween costumes at Creating Really Awesome Free Things

21. Cheap and Easy DIY Spider Costume

22. Easy Tin Man Costume

23. No Sew Bee Costume

24. Planet Halloween Costumes

25. DIY Cheshire Cat Costume

26. DIY Instagram Board

27. Elsa crown

28. Dog Collar Ruffles

29. DIY Pineapple Baby Costume

30. DIY Lego Movie Costume

31. Weeping Angel Costume

32. Disney Planes Costume: Dipper

33. Easy Pirate Costume

34. Easy Costume Idea – Renaissance Girl

35. 10 Minute Homemade Jellyfish Costume

36. DIY Cat Costume

37. Lucy And Ricky Costumes

38. Easy Frozen Costumes (Carrisa!!)

39. Easy Greek Goddess Costume

40. DIY Family Willy Wonka Costumes

101+ Handmade Halloween costumes at Creating Really Awesome Free Things

41. DIY No Sew Maleficent Costume

42. No Sew Pineapple Halloween Costume

43. Graveyard Bean Bag Toss: Trunk or Treat Car Costume

44. DIY Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Costumes

45. DIY Raccoon Costume with Printable Mask

46. Easy WildStyle Lego Movie Costume

47. Simple Hello Kitty Costume

48. No Sew Minnie Mouse Costume

49. DIY Inspector Gadget and Penny Costumes

50. DIY Frozen Elsa Dress Baby Edition

51. Fairy Princess Dog Costume

52. DIY Hashtag Halloween Costume

53. Toddler or Baby Egg Costume

54. Easy No Sew Olaf Costume

55. DIY Baymax Costume

56. DIY Tooth Fairy Costume

57. Baby Short Stack Pancake Costume

58. Elephant and Piggie Halloween Costumes

59. Instagram Halloween Costume

60. Peter Pan & Mr. Smee Halloween Costume


88+ Handmade Halloween costumes at ReallyAwesomeCostumes.com

61. Wildstyle Costume from the Lego Movie

62. Fred and Wilma Couples Costume

63. Viking Family Costumes

64. DIY Cruella de Vil Costume for a child

65. Disney Frozen Olaf Halloween Treat Bucket

66. How to Make a Minecraft Steve Head

67. DIY Harry Potter Costume

68. DIY Duck Dynasty Costumes

69. No Sew Cupcake Baker Halloween Costume

70. DIY Skunk Mask

71. Ghostbusters Proton Pack DIY

72. Frozen Anna Costume Tutorial

73. Candy Corn Costume

74. Paw Patrol Halloween Costume

75. No Sew Toothless Dragon Costume

76. DIY Robot Costume

77. Wonder Woman Costume

78. Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Costume

79. Thrifted Gentleman Spy DIY Halloween Costume

80. DIY Boy Garden Gnome Costume

81. Group Costume: Bob Ross, Happy Tree, & Squirrel

82. DIY Blues Brothers Costumes

83. Snow White Costume

84. Peacock Princess Costume

85. Scarecrow Costume

86. Easy Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle
Costume

87. Handmade Teddy Bear Costume

88. Princess Elsa and the Spy Kid

89. DIY Baby Koala costume

What handmade costume ideas did you love the most?! Be sure to click over to get the costume instructions, pin the costume, and let them know you love it! Also, follow the Handmade Halloween Costume board on Pinterest!

Follow Jamie Dorobek {C.R.A.F.T.}’s board “Handmade Halloween Costumes” on Pinterest.

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If you want more Frozen fun, check out this set I have for you to see:

Chilly Paper Tot Ice Castle Set:

and if you have been looking for an Elsa dress…come and make one with me. I have a mini 3 part series to walk you through how to make it. Find it HERE.

 

Thanksgiving Table Decor: Blessed and Thankful Silverware Holders

*This post does include affiliate links, I may or may not make commission off of these links but all opinions are 100% mine and are 100% honest*

So excited to have you all with me this week! I’ve got some really fun projects that I made using my Cricut Explore machine that you can follow along and make too! This month for the Cricut Design Star Contest the theme was “Celebrations” and our team chose to have the theme “On the Table and Dreaming”. What is that, you ask? Well, we wanted to explore different ideas that you can put on your table throughout the year…from baby showers to holidays and everything in between.

I chose to do a Thanksgiving table and I’m really excited about how it all came together! I have  a few different ideas for you, so I hope you’ll come back each day to see them!

Isn’t that so fun and cheerful?!

First off, we are going to talk about the Blessed and Thankful Silverware Holders.

They are SUPER easy to make and require the following:

Cricut Explore

Blessed and Thankful Design File

Paper in 2 colors & glue!

That’s it!

To use, I opened up the files I designed  in Cricut Design Space.

Get it sized to where you want it and cut it out.

After taking off the outside (with the words), proceed to cut the insert.

Finish by folding the outside and gluing the insert on to the back of the the front. Glue the two sides together and you are done!

The file comes with both the Thankful version:

and the Blessed version:

Aren’t those SO fun?!

Put your silverware into the holders and place on top of a napkin on the plate. By being able to use any color, you can really personalize these to fit into your own decor and settings.

I LOVE the thought of decorating my table and adding reminders (Blessed and Thankful) to remember just how I am feeling on that day. Of course you could use these for other things too, think “Thank you” dinners or celebrations such as Baptisms, Anniversaries, etc.

To make this project SUPER easy, use your Cricut Explore machine..it is SO easy to use and make your favorite projects in just minutes!

Cricut has some really fun deals going on right now. Check this one out:

This week, get your mystery on! The September Mystery Box is here, plus a mystery deal. Plus, save $50 to $100 on Cricut Explore™ machine bundles. Last but not least, get Free shipping on all orders! Simply enter code MYSTERSHIP at checkout.

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Check out some of these other amazing ideas from my team and I’ll see you back tomorrow for the next project!

To see these amazing projects, click on the links below:

1-Kiki and Company

2-Stay and Co.

3-Kristi Murphy

4- Beauty Babbler

5- Two Thirty Five Designs

6- A Ruffled Life

7- Frenchie Wraps

8-Girl Inspired

9- Sweet C’s Designs

10-The Life of the Wife

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