DIY: Our Witch Friend

Last year, my daughter and I began making Witch Friends, and it is becoming a fun tradition now. Our witch friends live in different rooms of the house through the fall season, and we love having them hang out with us. I hope you all will pick up this trend for the season and let it fly just like the

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DIY: Halloween Onesies

Rachel Low, from Pins & Needles, is sharing an easy Halloween DIY for your littlest ones today. Thanks for sharing, Rachel! Are you trying to find the perfect costume for your little one? Why not make one? Here is a DIY that shows you how to make three “boootiful” costumes that are quick and easy to do using a onesie,

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Party Reveal: Halloween Spooktacular

Have you entered our Pottery Barn Kids Halloween Giveaway yet? Now it’s time to reveal the details from our in-store Spooktacular Soiree. Our goal was to create an easy and budget friendly party that anyone could whip together for a simple Halloween playdate or costume party. Serve up these quick and easy treats for your ghosts and goblins to snack

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Giveaway: A Pottery Barn Kids Halloween

The countdown to Halloween is official, and it’s one of my favorite holidays! Have you decided what your little ones are going to dress up as? We had the pleasure of hosting a Halloween Spooktacular at our local Pottery Barn Kids. We set up a budget-friendly party and got to see all of the darling costumes and Halloween holiday decor

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Halloween Party Tricks & Treats

With Halloween right around the corner, I figured quite a few of you may be hosting parties or play group gatherings this week. As always, we like to think of ourselves as a go-to resource for the busy mom. To help you out, I’ve compiled a short list of festive decorations, easy-to-make sweets and simple activities to do for you today that will make you look like the most “spook-tacular” hostess on the block…

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Pottery Barn Kids Halloween Costume Finder

It’s that time of year! At every play date, gym or music class I’ve attended this week, the question was asked: “What are your kids going to be for Halloween?” With the costume catalogs rolling in pottery barn kids tops our list. I’ve had both a puppy dog and a hamburger in previous years. Not only did my son (well, me really) receive great compliments, but the “In and Out” hamburger year had us chuckling all night long. Even my vegan neighbors appreciated the 34 inch tall hamburger waddling down the sidewalk.

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