For Halloween season, I completed my first ever successful “nail art”. This design is the easiest one I could find. All you need is the right polish colors and a dotting tool. Instead of buying an item marketed for nail art, I used a kebab skewer. My hand is not the most coördinated at fine painting, I went for the simple. My only real challenge was waiting for my nails to dry. I used some principles from my Pin on my Nails board: 27 nail polish tricks which links to a list on Buzzfeed.com. The design came from a Pin on my Nails board as well. Continue reading
To celebrate Halloween, I assembled “fruit pumpkins” from my Halloween board to bring to choir rehearsal. My church’s choir likes to make a party full of snacks out of our fifteen minute break. This tradition started years ago with our alto section leader and lives on. I chose to make something cute and clever.
This is a no-cook, no-bake recipe. It is all assembly, so much that I would almost rather call it a “craft”. The pin is labeled as Healthy Halloween Snacks on my Halloween board. The pin leads to a long website list of Halloween ideas, only twenty-five percent of which are snacks.
My choir friends were delighted.