Because I re-opened last year's linky, I changed the settings so the newest things that are linked up show at the top! If you just want to share a picture of your kiddos in costume but don't have a blog, go put them on the Catholic Icing facebook page. There's already quite a few pictures there, and some really cute ones!
I also wanted to share my All Saints' Day posts from my archives:
All Saints' Day Party Ideas:Saintly Food Ideas (Turn easy-to-find foods into cute Saintly treats with my free downloadable labels!)
Cute Saint Cookie Ideas (At our party this year my friend is going to provide gingerbread people cookies and let the kids decorate them like their favorite saints!)
Saintly Party Game ideas
Printable Saint Games
Saintly Costumes:Costume Ideas for Boys
Costume Ideas for Girls
How to make a Juan Diego Costume
How to make a Nun Costume
How to make a Mother Teresa Costume
Crafts:Saint Craft (The Saints are in Heaven with Jesus)
Paper Bag Nun Puppets (And St. Patrick and St. Valentine)
Round up of cute saint crafts including spoon Saints
Make an All Saints' Day Treat Bucket
Ok, now it's your turn!
The box below is open for links now, so if you have something ready go ahead and post it! If not, don't sweat it. The box will be open until November 10 so you'll have plenty of time to link what you do this year, too!
What to link:
All Saints' and All Souls' Day Ideas including costumes, games, decorations, party ideas, food, celebration ideas... you name it!
What to do:
Link directly to your All Saints'/All Souls' day post - do not enter your generic blog address. Feel free to use your archives and link more than one post as long as it's on topic. Don't forget to link back to this post so everyone knows where to join in the fun!
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