Saturday, October 31

Halloween 2015

We never really celebrated Halloween growing up in the Philippines.  I remember just reading about it in books or seeing it on TV.  So when I lived in an American community, I can say I appreciate Halloween more than most people.  Back in Japan, I like to make Halloween crafts with my Japanese students and take them trick-or-treating.  Oh yeah.  I like to dress up too.

I didn't carve my first pumpkin until I moved to the US.  I love to carve pumpkins that I even bought a good set of carving tools.  I like to light them up with candles outside on the porch.  I'd decorate too, and dress up.  But for the past couple of years, I was just too tired from work to do anything Halloweeney, though I still made sure to make halloween treats to give to the kids.

Not this year.

I searched for my pumpkin carving tools and worked on 7 pumpkins in one night.  Yeah.  My arms hurt that night and the following day, but it sure was worth it.  All designs carved here were patterned from Cricut die cuts.




This is the biggest and most detailed of them all. 






Of course, I had to make one for my band IDK



Then comes the treats for the kids.  Nothing too fancy, but with lots of goodies inside!


I used a couple of $1 stamps by Inkadinkado, garnished with some bling.



I may have not decorated for Halloween, but I sure was a Crying Comic Girl during my band gig that night.


Hope you had a fun Halloween... 'til next blog!
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