Ok, for something so simple, I kind of squealed like a little kid finding her hidden Halloween candy stash from last year. I love this 3D pop-up pumpkin card! And at Skip to My Lou, she shows you how to make your own honeycomb paper! Imagine the possibilities of what else you can use this skill for..... ::wheels a' turnin'::

Grab some cute scrapbook paper and some orange tissue paper and you're ready for some super simple, super cute: invitations, Halloween Boo!'s, or just cards for your co-workers or kids teachers :)
I LOVE the Graphics Fairy, if you haven't seen her page it's FREE graphics for you to use on your blog, site, art, projects, etc... Yet again, all this love, FREE! I got an update from Karen on Facebook about a fellow blogger who did yet another Pottery Barn knock off. Titbits for the Tremaynes made these great Halloween decorations for only $9 (as compared to $79 and $299!)
This is such a unique wreath! It looks so scary and beautiful at the same time; perfect for a sophisticated Halloween party. The Satin bow softens the look while still keeping it's "don't even think of touching me" exterior. Find it here at Ermamae's Etsy shop or make your own!

These are made of dried sweet gum "fruits" and a grapevine wreath!
Looking for a cute addition to your next babies birthday? How about these adorable pennants! I love these so much, I need to run out and buy some colored ink so I can have them for my son's party.

Fog and Thistle did all the work. Just print, cut, glue to a toothpick and place in a delicious cupcake. They did numbers 1-9!

Plus it's Free!
Check out these gorgeous lace luminaries from Martha Stewart Weddings.

Just print on vellum and fold then secure with tape or glue. Instant sophistication for any occasion! I'm thinking they would be perfect for those who decorate with the Victorian/cottage-y style. I know I'm going to put mine out at Christmas and Valentines for that cozy-lovey ambiance :)