DIY Witch Mask

My youngest little one asked to be a witch for Halloween this year. We've already worked on making her hat, and this week I'm sharing how we made her witch mask over at DIY Candy. I found some fun inspiration for the materials I used; stop by and find out how to make your own! 

Are you making any Halloween costumes this year? Check out our Mario and Luigi, Princess Hat, Needle and Thread, Calvin and Hobbes, and Bat Mask costume ideas! 

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Chalk It Up 2014

#Chalkitup is always one of our favorite events of the year. Thank you @artpace and thanks @sama_art for the public mural space! #satxbloggers

Artpace's annual Chalk It Up event is one of our faves every year. We went again this past weekend, and although the day started off with rain, the clouds cleared and the streets dried, and we got our chalk on! 

Perler Bead Crown

Perler Bead Crown

I can't get enough of perler beads, and today I'm back with a perler bead crown tutorial over at DIY Candy. Stop by and find out how to make your own! 

Check out my other perler bead projects too:

Perler Bead Earrings

Perler Bead Bangles

Perler Bead Bracelets

Perler Bead Buttons

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DIY Stenciled Napkins

DIY Stenciled Napkins

This post is sponsored by Plaid Crafts

We traded out disposable napkins for cloth years ago and have never looked back. But eventually cloth napkins get a little faded and stained. So I'm always on the lookout for napkins when I make a trip to the thrift store. My favorites are ones with a little whimsy, but it's easy to spruce up any plain napkins with FolkArt Stencils & Paints. I used some of the new FolkArt Stencil1 stencils to make this cute set of napkins and want to show you guys how easy it is to put a bird on your own napkins (or just about anything else)!

FLASH GIVEAWAY: OPERA San Antonio's Fantastic Mr. Fox

Earlier this month Chris and I had the opportunity to take the kids on a tour of the newly remodeled Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Not only did we get a peek behind the scenes of the beautiful HEB Performance Hall and the Carlos Alvarez Studio Theater, but we also met the cast of the upcoming Fantastic Mr. Fox, the inaugural performance of the new OPERA San Antonio
I remember field trips to the theatre as a girl (seeing Peter Pan fly across the stage was pure magic), and we love taking our own kids, too. Experiencing live theatre and music fills you with a sense of joy and wonder that the movie theatre just can't compete with. Although taking kids to the opera may sound intimidating, (getting fancied up, sitting still, and being able to follow along), OPERA San Antonio wins in my book by opening with such a family-friendly production. 

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