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Sunday, October 26, 2014

Happy Halloween Week!

I know I'm a few days ahead of Halloween but hey, I'm in the mood!!  I'm excited. I feel like a kid. I can't wait to showcase my creations.. and after today - it's Sunday today, I'm back to work tomorrow and will not have time to post anything during weekdays.  Since Halloween falls on Friday, yeah well, that's why I'm early this year.

Halloween is a time for one to have fun and be creative. Unfortunately, Halloween is not popular in this part of the world. Although some toy stores and costume stores do sell all kinds of scary and ghoulish items, not many will make a purchase unless someone throws a Halloween party.

We don't have kids going around 'treat or trick' in the neighborhood especially since kidnapping cases are on the rise. Parents will not usually allow their young children to be out of the house unattended. However, this does not stop one from being in the mood to be creative, rite.. Err hmm!

I look forward to Halloween each year as I have a different agenda.. that is to bake, to create and to share. This year I got my kids to put on their creative hat and be artistic. They simply love doing this as much as I.. So here, as promised in my earlier post, sharing our colorful creations and wishing you a wonderful and a very Happy Halloween!!








       

 



 







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10 comments:

  1. I love your Halloween cupcakes!! Look beautiful!:)

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  2. Love these photos. They certainly put one in the mood of the day.

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  3. Well, well, well, look at the festivities in your corner of the world, Jenn! Fantabulous!!!

    Halloween isn't one of my favorite times of the year but I can understand why so many people like it. When I was a kid there was a lot more trick or treating. Nowadays there's so much to worry about. Some of the shopping malls over here let the kids celebrate at the malls.

    It looks like your family had a ball, Jenn! It's difficult not getting caught up in the fun after seeing so many goodies!

    Thanks for sharing, Jenn...Wish you and yours a safe and spirited Halloween:)

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  4. Those cupcakes and cookies are really creative. I like them!
    Chantal

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  5. When the weather is not too bad, we usually get over 100 trick-or-treaters, and it's really fun. So I feel sorry for you. Your cookies look really entertaining!

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  6. Hi Jenn, wow... all your spooky creation look so cute and beautiful. You're an excellent baker, 2 thumbs up for you. Love the cupcake, awesome!

    Happy Halloween and have a nice weekend, regards.

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  7. hey, gave me a fright when came to your blog. The first pic, the capsicum...it looks angry...hahah... i stayed home on halloween night, turned on the tv and they were showing a horror movie, watched it for 5 minutes maybe, even the sound effects were kind of eerie, turned it off after that :D

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  8. Hi Jenn,

    Your Halloween celebration is very impressive with many "scary" looking treats especially the angry capsicum.

    Zoe

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  9. Hi Jenn! We sometime get kids knock on our door in costume for "treat or tick" so I already have some lollies ready for them. Halloween is not a big celebration here but somehow I do get excited with it every year. Love your cakes and cookies, very spooky!

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