Whadaya do when you've got a Halloween-y party and a potentially awesome costume, but your Marge Simpson wig makes you feel like a bobble-head doll and the hubs tells you you look more like Thing 1?
And then you can't find anything cool/don't have any time left to find anything cool?
And you do the awesome DIY-er that's been floating around bloggy-land.
I'm talking about the paper doll.
1 hour of work and free, baby. That's what I'm talkin' about.
I can rock a ginormous hairbow like it's nobody's business. I can, really! Wanna see my elementary school pictures?
while we're on the topic of this fam dam's fave holiday,
I would like you to know that I think corn stalks are totally awesome decorative pieces.
And. . . they've made a disaster of my porch. And my entryway. And the car I used to get them here.
Just so ya know.
This here's my prized garden pumpkin. Was I 'sposed to set it up on its bottom?
'Cause it is totally flat on the back. Hence it's being propped up.
I am big, BIG on the mantel change up. From September to December, only. After that I'm so tired of switching things up that it stays that way until the next September.
So do ya wanna see my spooky mantel? Do ya? DO YA?
Some spooky candles of course,
and then the thing I thought I was sooo coool to order online:
you know, the spooky pictures? Turn one way, they're innocent little boys, and the other way and they're Snarky The Clown, ready to climb out of their frame and saw puppies in half??
Reminds me of the Haunted Mansion ride at Disneyland. The pictures, not sawing puppies.
They're so unique. Until I noticed anyone can buy them at Walmart.
And here we are:
(I don't adjust my banner for you, or anybody!)
To be honest, the pictures are pretty much keeping my kids up nights.