What I Made in October, 2013

October 31, 2013Allison Murray

Why hello there, reader. October has come to a close I’ve compiled everything I’ve made with my own two hands. It would appear I’ve been crazy busy. And ridiculously into Halloween. So crazy that I already have three posts written and scheduled for October 2014. Mwah hahaha.

Painted Skeleton Feet Shoes Tutorial - at Dream a Little Bigger!

My favorite project this past month: I painted the bones of my feet on some shoes and got TONS of compliments on them!

Sweet and Savory Pumpkin Seed Recipe

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I also loved sharing my favorite recipe for pumpkin seeds ever. Sweet and savory and delish!

What else did I do this month? See for yourself! (for the original post, click on the pic or the list below)

What I Made in October, 2013- dreamalittlebigger.com

Easy jump ring chainmaille bracelet. Make a lanyard dog toy with rope. Make all black sneakers Make a blinged team spirit tee Giant mason jar faux seaglass vase. Make a cross-stitch pattern from any image. At home printable iron on transfers. Gluten Free buttermilk cake recipe. Big beaded jump ring bracelet. Fancy faux saddle shoes. Fortune teller, cootie catcher origami. Washi tape desk top makeover. Easy textured glass pumpkin. 80's  throwback stenciled tote. Turn a scarf into a purse. Cover big beads with Kumihimo Get accepted on craftgawker. Rhinestone sneakers! Make a versatile creamy citrus sauce. Download all 50 state Silhouette cut files for free! Terra Cotta Pumpkin Pail Tutorial

1. I made a stone cross pendant for my mother. It is gigantic and she’s going to love it.

2. I shared my recipe for coconut macaroons. Add chocolate and they’re coconut kisses!

3. I made catnip filled zombie cat toys. Training up little kitty zombie hunters.

4. I made a felt owl mask. Put it on Gomez and it just wasn’t right.

5. I made Silhouette sketch and cut files for zombie walker finger puppets. Took forevah.

6. I made a list of Kumihimo tips and tricks. More on the way…

7. I made a beaded bobble ring. Because I like big rings, son.

8. I made little letter pinatas for Halloween. Second post at iLoveToCreate – heck yeah!

9. I stitched up some jack-o’-lanterns. My mom loved it so it’s a win in my book.

10. I made a Facebook like box and showed you how, too. People are a likin’ it.

11. I frosted my bathroom window on the cheap. I pee easier, now.

12. I used Shape Tape to awesome up my bathroom. It’s really freaking cool.

13. I painted skeletons on my window. The neighbors stared. Let ’em stare.

14. I made string art on a pumpkin. Used almost 1,000 nails.

15. I made ghosts out of trash bags. They’re kind of a weird family tradition.

16. I tried out my Kumihimo bobbins. Turns out they’re crazy helpful.

17. I made a rat’s nest Halloween wreath. Using my own fears against myself.

18. I made a super sweet felt raccoon mask. It was featured at Apartment Therapy!!!

19. I put googly eyes on magnets. Laughed by myself for longer than I should admit.

20. I made creepy, glowing eyes staring out my windows. My house freaks people out.

21. I made Halloween treat bags in a kid’s DIY. ‘Cause no adult likes decorating a zillion of these themselves the night before.

22. I made some Day of the Dead sugar skull shoes. First guest post at Pink Stripey Socks!

23. I etched a mirror with the new Silhouette glass etching kit. Seriously, though. You do look fine.

24. I made Halloween thaumatropes. Seriously worried about inducing seizures with my crazy animated GIF.

So that’s what I made.

What did you make this month?

Tell me in the comments!

Comments (4)

  • Ama

    October 31, 2013 at 1:57 PM

    wooow, impressive! I’m sure you have super powers … or you never sleep?? Beautiful creations anyway!

    1. Allison

      October 31, 2013 at 2:11 PM

      Haha, thanks, Ama! I’m just hyperactive in a big, big way :)

  • Emu

    November 3, 2013 at 3:26 PM

    Oh my gosh, I just found your blog through the link party and I think I’ve found a new favourite place *follows you on everything*! I love all of your projects, and I see you have some posts on tie dying, I’ve been wanting to try that for ages! Thanks for the inspiration :-D

    1. Allison

      November 3, 2013 at 5:40 PM

      Yay! So glad to have you. First off, your blog name is to die for and I LOVE it! Secondly, tie dyeing is so much fun and I’m glad you’re going to tackle it. You’re welcome for the inspiration, thanks for the sweet comments! Bookmarking your blog to give it a thorough go through!

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