And I may have filled my pockets with these gorgeous treats from a candy stop along the way. Which inspired a great idea for some more treats I'll show you later this week.
For now, I'll share my Halloween bunting I made today with my time that I found with one boy gone for the afternoon:
I may have an event coming up that I'll have to make a whole bunch of these for, so this was great practice. I made a template and rotary cut the triangles then pinned a few together and pinked the edges for the anti-fray factor. Not that I see this getting tossed into the wash anytime, but with boys you never know!
Then I just tucked the fabric into some double fold bias tape and went merrily along. I didn't pin or measure, just eyeballed placement. The best part? Half of the fabric is from cut up old men's buttondown shirts from 99 cent day at Savers! Hooray for being cheap, err...thrifty!
Llawrence Llama approves.
And get this: tomorrow is my three hundredth post! Can you believe it? So we'll have to celebrate! Especially since I skipped right over my two year blogaversary last month.
So more eye candy tomorrow. Maybe real candy, we'll see!