it is what it is

I say that ALL the time.

It is what it is

I found her blog from  participating in my Get Your Craft On.

I just love these Halloween Printables / Lunch sacks.

She shows you a tutorial on how all the computer techy stuff…….so I know you can do it.

I could maybe get away with the skull and cross bones for my son in middle school……..maybe.    You know he’s pretty cool……..I wouldn’t want to ruin his image.

She has several ways to celebrate Halloween with cute printables………you better head over there quick!  You can also find lots of Halloween ideas and printables on another fav site of mine.  I love simple but WOW projects and I love that I found her on Get Your Craft On!

I could do these……….and I’d look really talented. I’ve got a printer and a stapler……….let me loose!

I’ll do these up for Halloween night and be the envy of the neighborhood.

Who am I kidding?  I’ll just dump candy in a big bowl like normal.  A girl can dream.



Owner/Founder at Today's Creative Blog
Since 2007, Kim has been sharing tips and tutorials on how to live a creative life. Owner/Founder of Today's Creative Blog and where inspiration happens everyday! From the Pacific Northwest, Kim is a busy mom who adores her teen son, her middle aged husband and is constantly wiping the muddy paws of her adorable Labradoodle Maybelline. In her spare time, she teaches fitness classes and loves to decorate with thrift store bargains. You can also find Kim once a month on Portland's AMNW Morning show as their "creative expert". Life is more fun when it's creative!





  1. Gramma Teetsie says

    Kim, the ideas that you find are so cool. I dread the thought of Christmas be right around the corner, but I am looking forward to the ideas you will be sharing with all of us “Bloggetts”. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Gwynette Werth says

    I love everything you do although I’m not a big one on ghosts and witches. But I would dearly live that necklace. I make jewelry myself but not that kind. Besides, I give away for birthdays or sell just about everything so I have very little myself.

    Thanks for the the Great Job,
    Gwynette of
    Gwynette Kea Jewelry
    Blog (has my daughter’s wedding on it:

    I’m JUST getting started. Your site inspired me.

  3. Barbiegirl9 says

    Like you say….a girl can dream!!! I, too, would imagine I would be doing up all those printables, but alas, I would just throw it all in the same old bowl as the first trick or treater hits the front step…..
    Love your blog…..

  4. says

    Love the idea of using kisses as witch hats! I’m with you, too much work for the trick or treaters, but they would make cute gifts for friends. :)

  5. Wendy Laurent says

    I love these ideas! I think I’m going to make the witches hats for my neices and the monster eyes for my nephews-so cute!!

  6. vikki says

    What a cute idea to use black kisses as witch hats. Wow, I wish I too could be so creative. I also just dump the candy in a bowl and call it good.

  7. Paulette Still says

    YOU are so much fun to find and share these fun things!! ((hugs)) Have a Great Crafty Day!

  8. Gianina says

    Thanks for yours ideas. Love Lisa Leonard Jewerly. Thanks for the chance.
    giamunoz at hotmail dot com

  9. Corinne Kurzmann says

    Those monster eyes are fabulous..I adore Halloween and all the fun ..I have 5 sons and 2 girls by can become crazY!!

  10. Rachel says

    Too, too cute. I think I could get away with the skull and crossbones for my middle school son, too. :)

  11. kris says

    Where did you find the black candy kisses and where do I get the Witches Hat printables that go with them? Also the monster eye printables?