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Welcome to the Monday installment of the
EAD DESIGNS BLOG HOP & GIVEAWAY

Only one more Monday to share our EAD projects with you :(
As you probably know, EAD will no longer be taking orders and
will be closing their doors at the end of this month.
 **You should be here from Rose's Blog**

My daughter went to her very first Halloween party over
the weekend.  I can't remember ever buying my kids a costume.  
We've always used resources from around the house!  
Yes, call me a tight-wad I don't care LOL
Let me share what she came up with....she called herself a 'nerd ballerina'
I thought she looked like Junie B Jones :)

 Ahhh, thank goodness for Dance costumes, right!?!
She wanted a little 'hostess' gift for her friend, so
we came up with this:

Clear pillow boxes are just perfect for vinyl from EAD!
We literally finished this in 5 minutes...and her friend was 
absolutely ecstatic!  Win, Win!

**Off now to visit Amy's Blog**
Glad you stopped by!

Comments

  1. Very cute costume and great treat box!

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  2. LOVE the costume! The treat box is so sweet! Now where to get clear pillow boxes?

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  3. Adorable pillow box and a terrific costume! Yay for creativity and not having to buy or sew a costume :)

    Your dd looks like she has a super fun personality!

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  4. this is adorable! as is your daughter. love her creativity..nerd ballerina rocks :)

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  5. I LOVE those pictures of your daughter!! She is just too cute!!!!
    Adorable treat boxes!! I love the clear pillow boxes and really need to pick some up :)

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  6. First of all your daughter is so adorable! Love her costume
    And the stickers on the pillow box? I want one ! :)

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  7. spooktacular giftie :)

    your girl is super cute in her outfit!!!
    we never bought costumes either, was funner making up our own :)

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  8. oh my gosh too cute!!! LOVE your daughters costume!! CLEVER!!!

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  9. she looks adorable and your box is too sweet!

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  10. Such a cute costume.. I made all my kids costumes also. They loved them. I meant so much more to them.

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  11. such a fun packaging idea and love the pics of your girl!

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  12. Fun little giftie!

    I think the costume is awesome, no matter what she is. lol It's just fun and silly and perfect for a night with friends.

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  13. love the project. great photos

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  14. Love her costume. Love the hostess gift you made. TFS.
    dmcardmaker (at AOL)

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