The hubby and I had a great time at the parties! I know I ate waaaay too many sweets, and I was so tired when we finally got home!!! Everyone loved the Trick and Treat Haunted House Totes too! I just wish we didn't have to attend another party today! I hate thinking I'm going to miss seeing any of the little "trick or treaters" in their cute little costumes -- hope they all come fairly early!!!
Update on my friend, she's still not back in her home and there isn't yet an expectant date as to when she will be! They're still trying to locate a place for her with the comforts that she's accustomed to but, so far, everything they've had available was so small and would be much too cramped with what was left of her clothing, furnishings, etc. Hopefully, they'll find something very nice and large for her soon! I'm praying they will! In the meantime, she's doing so much better and calming down considerably.
In the meantime, I have a Christmas card I made to share with you. I put this card together this morning with one of the resin embellies I posted a couple of weeks ago:
If I hadn't explained, when I posted this embellie (and I don't think I did) I used a biscuit tin lid for the embellie. I glued a sticker to the inside bottom of the tin, added some red Stickles to highlight the hollies and then around the edges, and I then filled the lid with resin. Just before the resin had dried completely I stuck in the little metal reindeer (if you can't see him, try clicking on the photo to enlarge and see if that helps). Once the entire piece was dry, I outlined the outer edge with gold Stickles! Since I already had this embellie completed, it was a cinch to just put this card together. If you like this, save those biscuit tin lids!!! You can also pour melted UTEE over an image and get a similar effect.
Well, that's it for now. Not sure I'll have time to get in another project between the little "Halloweeners" and the party later this afternoon, but...
I'll be back!!! Have a happy Halloween day!!!