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Halloween is my favorite holiday of the year, and this post is filled with so many of the reasons why! Insanely cute costumes, clever treats (with a mix of both healthy and sweet), and unexpected pops of creativity everywhere… from googly-eyed pumpkin faces popping out of tea pots and paper mice “climbing” the stairs – […]

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{Quick Note from HWTM} To celebrate the first day of October (cue flabbergasted confusion as to where summer went), Jennifer Carver, a regular here on the blog, is sharing her take on Halloween with the perfect mix of trick & treat… Here at Banner Events, we are huge Halloween fans! Planning a Wickedly Sweet Witch Inspired […]

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For our very first Halloween post of the year, we are SUPER excited to showcase one of our own Hostess INK paper collections, “Monster Mash,” as expertly styled into this downright EYE-dorable Halloween Bash by Laura Aguirre of LAURA’S little PARTY! Halloween is one of our favorite times of year at HWTM, and we are over […]

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Bone Dust and Snake Venom and Zombie Brains, oh my! It’s hard to believe we’re talking Halloween already, but All Hallows’ Eve is right around the corner somehow… scary, right?! (Not as scary as when I walked into a craft store on July 5th and was greeted by multiple aisles of it though.) Anyways, from […]

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Happy Thursday! I’ve got some fun news to share with you guys today about a different sort of project we’ve been quietly working on over here for the past couple months! ;) Krusteaz® recently asked me to collaborate with them on a creative campaign starring their brand new Flatbread Mixes. The creative concepting & prep […]

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This is one of those projects that was kind of a happy accident, but it’s so fun & easy that I already know it’s going to become a staple in my bag of party tricks! While “inspiration shopping” for our recent Fiesta party theme, I stumbled on a 4-pack of cork tile squares for less […]

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