After being inspired by a Christmas Bauble my friend Mo Allan had made
we thought it would be a good craft for the Sunnybank members to try.
So using ribbon, a polystyrene ball, lots of coloured pins and twinkly stars and flowers they set to.
With fantastic results.
Now we can not sign off without some of Susan's famous factoids.
What are they about today, she asked. Obviously we all said Christmas.
But no.... they were about HALLOWEEN.
Here are a few you might not know, or want to know
The word Halloween marks the end of summer in north west Europe and bonfires are lit during the festival of Samhain to ensure the sun returns after winter.
It was celebrated as much by the Celts who believed that on the 31st October the dead returned looking for bodies to inhabit, so they dressed in costumes to confuse them.
Lanterns were first made from turnips and is an Irish tradition.
Harry Houdini died on Halloween night in 1926.
Fear of Halloween is call Samhainophobia.
Scottish girls believed they would see images of their future husband if they hung wet sheets in front of the fire.
Others looked in mirrors while walking downstairs at midnight.
Susan really does find the most obscure facts sometimes.