Saturday, October 17, 2015

It's beginning to look like Halloween!


Did you catch the start of the Halloween Haunts blog hop yesterday?

Featured Haunts on  October 16
A Stitch
Marjorie’s Busy Corner
In Time
Ravelly
Words & Stitches
Quilted Delights

These fabulous bloggers had "sew" much hauntingly delightful, things to share. You won't want to miss them, and all the other bloggers
coming up.

Featured Haunts On Monday October 19




Featured Haunts On Monday October 26

Featured Haunts On Tuesday October 27

Featured Haunts On Wednesday October 28

As for me... I just got back from my yearly trip to Albuquerque NM for the International Balloon Fiesta. It's also time I get to spend
 with my BFF of 50 years!  

We got a little crazy with a "not so new" craft this time.
You know how everything old becomes new again!


Remember those Folded Fabric Ornaments?


They're back!

And mine are all dressed up for Halloween.
What a fun way to do some scrap busting without sewing a stitch!
Oh yes, and if you follow MooseStashQuilting on Pinterest, you will see a new board I have created just for these.
I see a new addiction on the horizon!
;-)

The Balloon Fiesta was spectacular this year. The weather cooperated better than ever.


I love the special shape balloons







The Piranha was a new one!
Don't want to get bit by him, do ya?
:-)


I love the perspective on this flying dragon.


These bumble bees are always a crowd favorite.
It's a family event and the baby bee on the left is piloted,
 by a brother who was paralyzed from the waist down in a car accident.
It took a few years for the FAA to approve him to fly,
 but his special made basket allows for him to operate the balloon, proving that anyone can do anything they put their mind to.
I just love it!




Fish wars
LOL!!



It's always hard to pick a favorite...
but this is so me!
tee hee


A great day was capped off with a fabulous fireworks display.





That's it for another year!
Hope you enjoyed my little visit with the balloons!

See you Monday...my day for the Halloween Haunts blog hop!











4 comments:

  1. My grandsons would love to see those balloons. Yes, the folded stars again. I can remember my Mom making these over 40 yrs ago with the ladies' church group.

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  2. WoW, those ornaments are sew cool and who would think of it but you.. great idea.. I always think of those for Christmas.. :)

    Now that Balloon Festival, I definitely need to find a way to visit that, what fun and sew imaginative.. Thanks for sharing your pictures of this fabulous day. I am blown away.

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  3. I hadn't caught up on the start of this hop so it looks like I have another lot of sites to visit when I finish here. I love what you have done with the Halloween decorations. You really have made the most of the designs on the fabrics. They are amazing and look like they need to be hanging on a spooky Christmas tree. Love 'em!
    Now those balloons are amazing. What a spectacular sight they must be. I can see why you go there. Thank you so much for sharing these photos.

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  4. Your fabric ornaments look amazing! They're so much fun to use for Halloween.

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