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October 17, 2016

Halloween Collection!

Halloween Collection

I've been so excited about the Harvest Collection, that I haven't given Halloween it's full due.  I have restocked some favorites from last year featured in this collection including these darling Glassine Bags.


Shop the entire Halloween Collection, here >

This year I really wanted to create a cheerful halloween tag.  Maybe it is because all too often I see really scary and yucky halloween images.  For me, Halloween is kids walking through the neighborhood in costumes crunching on leaves, big bowls of chili, a classroom full of costume clad kids, bags of candy and a front porch of Jack O'Lanterns.  I'm going to hold on to my Halloween vision for a while (and let someone else do the blood and guts...).  
These cheerful Jack O'Lanterns will add a festive Halloween feel to any simple treat - like this bag of candy corn or a popcorn ball.   
Printed on creamy cardstock and pre-punched with a hole, these tags are ready to be tied on any treat with ribbon or twine.  See my favorite jute twine or gingham ribbons, here : )
Set of 20 tags.

Copper Cookie Cutters, Bat

These bats have been my favorite Halloween cookies for years, so of course I had to restock this year.  They are very simple to make - the sprinkles do most of the work!

They come wrapped in a cellophane bag with my sugar cookie recipe, tied with a ribbon ready for giving.
Cookie Cutter Pancakes

Cookie Cutters aren't just for Cookies.  I used my cutters for these haunted Chocolate Chip Pancakes last Halloween - I'm sure they'll be making several appearances between now and the 31st!

See Recipe Link and Instructions, here.

Happy Halloween season everyone!  I hope I've shared something that will help you to make some new traditions and memories with your family.


Shop the entire Halloween Collection, here >


  1. All of this looks so delicious and festive! Emma's class is fortunate to have you as one of the talented mothers that sends in treats. The bat cookies look especially fun to make with children. Thanks for the inspiring ideas.

  2. Anonymous10:14 AM

    While I relish in your creativity and love the items from your store, I would really enjoy seeing more on your blog about your "everyday" life. I would love to see how your house looks on a not perfect day. I would love to see a post about cleaning and housekeeping. I would love to see a "day in the life" post...basically your daily schedule. I guess I am looking for something in the here and now...the real and not staged.


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