Monday, October 13, 2008

Family Night...


For Family Night tonight, I stole and modified an idea from another website :) It was fun! We took jars and "Mod-Podged" pieces of white tissue paper and orange crepe paper to them, and made them into pumpkins, a mummy and a ghost. After they dry, I'll put them in my window with little tea lights inside to light them up. I'm excited how they turned out! Jeff made his a mummy, Dallin made a ghost, and I made mine a pumpkin. I even made one for the baby. :)

9 comments:

Marci ann said...

how cute! your have to call me and tell me how to make those, i wanna be a copy-cat too!!

Clint, Brielle, and Molly J. said...

What a cute fun idea! Great for Family night I love the little baby one-so cute!

Josh and Amber said...

How fun! those turned out way cute!! I have no halloween decorations, I need to do something.

The Askeroth Family said...

I love the craft idea, I think I'll have to try it! What a fun little family activity, and I love the little bow you put on the baby pumpkin, ha ha!

Forever Youngs said...

Cute idea. I might have to be a copy cat!

Kristen said...

I love this idea. I got into modge podging about a year ago and love having new crafts. I think I will have to try this out. Thanks for sharing your cute family night.

Kyle and Jamie said...

This is Jamie...Judy's Sister in law...That is so exciting that you're having a girl. It's so much fun having one of each!! You said you need some headbands...I actually just got done making some for a friend...I will totally make you some!! Congrats!

The Kitchens said...

what fun you have been up to lately! i know i'm a little late on this, but CONGRATS on finding out it's a girl! that will be so much fun to have a little sis for dallin! how fun to have one of each (boy and girl). i hope you are feeling good. you look darling and teeny, of course!

Josh and Analee said...

Jenna! Those are so cute! I'm stealing this idea to use for a Halloween activity for preschool (if that's okay!) How did you put the faces on? With card stock or what are they made out of?