If nothing else, Halloween can be a really good reason to have a get-together with friends. We had a great time celebrating with some of our good friends.
Category Archives: Party Decorations
So, I’ve had a very useful tutorial from Mook, and here are the results! A little bit of Halloween fun all rolled up into a video short.
PS Watch for the first appearance of the newest member of family – Huggy!
Happy Halloween everyone!
Easter is another great opportunity to try something new with the kids, and brighten things up with some Easter decorations – and this Carrot Garland certainly fits the bill. It’s very quick and easy to make, and should keep the kids busy for an hour or so.
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Pick a colour scheme
Choosing a colour scheme will focus your planning and coordinate the overall look of your haunting Halloween party. We selected black, green and orange for all the decorations and tableware for our party.
Pick a setting
We were very fortunate to have a fabulous black fireplace as the backdrop for our party table. Choose a setting that can be decorated as a mise en scene for your focal point – the party food table.
Don’t throw your pizza backing boards away
– turn them into decorative flip-flops with the kids!
There are days, particularly when we’ve all been busy at school or work, when I just need something quick and easy for the kids to eat. On days such as these, I have been know to give them *whisper* shop-bought pizza.
Often these pizzas come with a polystyrene backing board, which my local council is unable to recycle. I find these perfect little white circles quite endearing and it seems such a shame to throw them in the bin. So over several years…ahem, months I’ve collected quite a few.
I’ve recently come up with the idea to use these polystyrene discs to create delightful decorative flip-flops, complete with tread on the bottom. They’re so easy and fun to make and make a great project to do with your children, or (if like me, you have quite a few of them) this would be a lovely activity for a party.
Here’s how we made Pizza Board Flip-Flops