Thursday, September 30, 2010
The crafts have been decided. The lovely Elisha Johnson is going to let us borrow her cricut so we can make these:
Here is how it is going to work:
You can either bring your own wood and Halloween paper and 2 dollars (for the other supplies) or just bring 5 dollars and we have the wood, paper and other supplies you need. You will be able to cut out whatever words you want. I think a "Trick or Treat" block would be cute.
We are also going to do Silhouettes from Martha Stewart. All you need to bring is black card stock or construction paper or 2 dollars. I will have these templates.
Won't they look cute taped on your base boards?
You can also paint some eyeballs. I don't have a picture but if you want to do them all you need to get is some Styrofoam balls from Hobby Lobby. They HAVE to be the smooth kind or it won't work. You can get any size you want. They are a lot cooler the bigger they are but 2 large ones are over 5 bucks. So be sure to print the 40% off coupon online.
If you need directions or have questions please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, September 23, 2010
I have had a lot of inquiry's about the Halloween craft night. Due to the hectic matter of my life right now I am postponing the date to Tuesday October 5th.
Within the next few days I will post what specific crafts we are going to do. Please email me any ideas. I have a few but I want us to do what YOU want to do. I will also post what you need to bring for each craft or any money to cover the costs.
Sound good? Any questions? Please leave a comment and let me know if you are interested so I can kinda guess how many people to plan for.
Your friendly neighborhood witch,
ps we are for sure painting the black rocks as seen in Pottery Barn.
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Friday, September 17, 2010
Good morning Sisters!
I know it's really late to ask, but I need your help in getting the word out. I have a sweet little nephew, Jackson, who has struggled with autism but has been blessed with incredible parents who would do anything for him. Since he was diagnosed about six years ago they have sacrificed everything to get him the proper therapies and treatments to pull him out of the autism trap. He has excelled and now has the unique opportunity to go to a special charter school where his parents hope that he'll continue to improve. My brother-in-law has been out of work for the last seven months and they have just barely been making it. They are so excited for Jackson, but are now scrambling to find money so they can afford the uniforms, transportation and fees for him to attend. They are having a yard sale tomorrow (9-18-10) and are looking for donations from family and friends, as well as advertisement for their yard sale. We will be donating some things and I thought I'd ask if there was anyone in the ward that had anything they were looking to get rid of. We'd be happy to take it off their hands! We will be taking stuff down to them tonight and possibly early tomorrow morning. They can drop items off at my house or contact me and I'd be happy to pick them up. My address is 4298 Degray Dr. and my number is 801-706-4778. Also, if anyone would like to go to the yard sale it will be held at 1684 North 280 West, Orem. Adam and Annie are the sweetest people and appreciate every little miracle. This could be just one more miracle for them. Thanks in advance for your help!!
Monday, September 13, 2010
From the awesomely talented JEN MOORE:
I'm doing South Jordan Community Theater's production of Little Shop of Horrors this fall! The show runs October 15 - November 1 on Friday, Saturday, and Monday nights at 7 pm.
Let me know if you'd like to order tickets through me by Sept. 19 - I have discounted tickets ($7.50) for Oct 15, 16 and 30 available until 9/20. Or you can go online at http://www.sjtheatre.org/ to purchase tickets anytime.
On Oct 30, the entire cast is doing a Trunk & Treat in the parking lot of the South Jordan Community Center before the show - $1 off the ticket price if you come in costume!
Hope everyone is doing well! Have a fabulous, fun fall!!!
If anyone is interested in obtaining some wonderful "fresh from the field" Idaho potatoes for their food storage, here is their opportunity:
Yukon Golds or Large Russets: $20.00 for a 50 lb. bag
These are delicious potatoes and will last well into winter with the proper care. If you are interested in ordering, please contact Carolyn Feinstein by Friday, Sept. 17th: 801-280-6587.
Saturday, September 11, 2010
When: Tuesday September 21st at 6:30
Where: Cami Johnston's house (Light blue on Indigo Sky & Isla Daybreak)
Why: For the new babies of course!
Marissa Bean welcomed Lincoln
Mary Plumb welcomed her little girl, Kenedy
and Rachel Campbell had a darling boy named Cannon.
Let me know if you can make it so we know how many treats to plan for!
Also, It seems like Tuesday September 28th is the day we are going to be doing this, so let me know if you want to participate!
Thursday, September 9, 2010
Who wants to do a Halloween craft night? Here are some of the project we are going to do:
Spooky Mummy head by Martha Stewart and
Black Halloween Rocks by pottery Barn.
Let me know if you have any other ideas of what we can do.
So when are we going to do this? You let me know. What date is best?
Thursday Sep. 24th
Tuesday Sep. 28th
Saturday October 2nd
Thursday, September 2, 2010
Haven't read the books? Well, read them quick! It will be worth your time. If I can put my two cents in, I would have to say they are some the best books I've ever read.