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Halloween Recap: Our pumpkin traditions

I’m taking part in a blog post link-up series over at SITS as we look over our Halloween celebrations and traditions!  Being that there is a giveaway for a Canon Rebel T2i is only a perk 🙂

Never heard of SITS?  SITS is an amazing community of over 7000 bloggers who have come together to offer support as well as some of the best blogging tips and resources ever!  If you remember, just a couple weeks ago I had my Party Day where I was the featured SITS blogger for the day!  Talk about a good time!  So definitely head on over there and check it out!

I only wish I could be as crafty as some of the ladies I have “met” across the blogosphere!  Especially around the holidays!  Beautifully decorated baked treats and adorable table decor are definitely something on my wish list but hasn’t quite hit my reality list yet!  Maybe next year when I am a SAHM (I’m dreaming of course…)

But I will guarantee one thing, I can carve a mean pumpkin!

This year’s masterpiece – inspired by Abby’s favorite Nick Jr character – Moose!

Pumpkin Carving Tradition
 

Carved Pumpkin Inspired by Moose and Nick Jr

Are you crafty around the holidays?  What is your favorite tradition?  Is there any you want to start?

6 comments on “Halloween Recap: Our pumpkin traditions

  1. Khara says:

    I’m not crafty but I wish I were!

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  2. Katie says:

    That’s awesome!

    I don’t really have any crafty holiday traditions, but my mom makes our 80 Christmas cards every year. They’re usually a combination of stamping, coloring, mounting, glittering, writing, signing, etc…

    Katie

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    • Jamee says:

      80 handmade cards?! Go mom! I’m lucky to get 20 photo cards signed & in the mail! But what a great tradition!

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  3. Brooke says:

    i suck at crafting!

    ps – go vikings!

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    • Jamee says:

      Thanks Brooke! Hubs is a die hard Vikings fan so he’s trained her well! She now yells “Go Vikings” when she sees them on TV!

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  4. I love it. You did a great job.

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