Adult Candy Corn Wig – Halloween Costume Accessory Be sure to get a wig cap to control hair under the wig. It improves the wig fit for better style and enhances wig comfort.
Last week I discussed an “orange” themed Halloween party and now I will share with you some Halloween party tips for Halloween table decorations. These tips are easy to do and inexpensive to produce.
With all of my events, no matter if they are serious fundraising galas or whimsical birthday parties; I still like to keep an element of style, hip and class to the table décor. Even when I use inexpensive props such as the Halloween items for this Halloween display, I still like to mix and match with more expensive-looking or natural Halloween items too.
There are so many choices when looking at decorations for Halloween. What I like to do is collect Halloween items during the season and then on November 1st, go back to the drug store or party supply store and pick-up whatever is left over and inexpensive. Nothing makes me feel better than garnering bargains on cheap Halloween decorations. I make sure to buy items that I will have a use for and that will store easily in my party planning design box, an item I discuss in Budget Bash – Simply Fabulous Events on a Budget.
To create the whimsical Halloween table decorations for this article I used the following:
Gold organza fabric for a table runner – You can buy any type of fabric and make a table runner, scrunch up unfinished fabric down the center of the table or use pinking sheers and cut a runner for a one- or two-time use (more uses are possible if you are careful with the fabric). For this table, I used a table runner from a previous event and scrunched it down the center of the table.
I picked up the following decorations for Halloween at the end of the season a few years ago and have kept these items in my party planning design box. These cheap Halloween decorations are candy corn twinkle lights, decorative candy dishes, orange votive candles and glass votive candle holders, mini-plastic pumpkin buckets and a witch’s hat. I may have spent a total of $15 for all of these Halloween items and have used them for the past three seasons.
While I was picking up dinner at the market, I grabbed a bunch of sunflowers, rust-colored mums, Halloween candy and mini-pumpkins. A fun idea is to carve the mini-pumpkin’s center and sides (if you have the time) to create votive candle holder. If not, do what I did and just add them to the table as a décor item.
Decorating the table was fast and easy. I just scrunched up the table runner and intertwined the candy corn twinkle lights with the fabric runner. I placed the witch’s hat in the center of the table (I stuffed the center of the hat with a paper bag to make it stand up straight), filled the candy dishes with Halloween candy, placed the votives and pumpkins on the table and then placed the sunflowers loosely on the table. To add a bit of color besides orange and yellow to the table, I pulled out two small blue vases and placed the mums in those.
To create the total look of the Halloween table decorations didn’t take long at all and I coordinated my food shopping along with it. An added bonus to this table decoration is that it will last quite a few days. Just remember to unplug the lights when you are not around the table to prevent any type of electrical hazard from happening and if you have animals who like to leap onto your dining room table, you may want to remove the candy and loose flowers as well when you are not in the room.
I hope you found this Halloween party decoration tip useful. To learn more about party planning on a budget, read Budget Bash – Simply Fabulous Events on a Budget. Until next time remember to have fun and be a guest at your own party!
Candy corn makes this natural snack for fall gatherings. The sweet and salty flavors are irresistible. —Marlene Harguth, Maynard, Minnesota
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Everyone loves something for free, and when you wish to find free Halloween crafts using terra cotta pots, trust me, there are such a lot of choices for you, you’ll wonder exactly where to start! Terra cotta pots are diverse and can have many , many uses. When we searched for free Halloween crafts using terra cotta pots, we found lots of extraordinarily lovable and very easy ideas that may make your Halloween decorating easy to do and fun at the same time. Plus, nearly each one of them can be made by any age which means you can involve your kids in your creations.
The terra cotta pot is a great base to make a candy corn candy holder. This is just one of the free Halloween crafts using terra cotta pots that we found, and it is stupendously simple. First, take a terra cotta pot any size will do. Paint the bottom of it white. The middle should be painted orange, and the top painted red. Paint a funny face on the orange part in the middle and then fill with candy corn for a cute table decoration for your Halloween party.
Another one of the free Halloween crafts using terra cotta pots we found is to make pumpkins out of them. Turn the pots on their end so that the bottom with the hole in it on top. Paint the whole pot orange. Then use yellow paint to put on funny pumpkin faces on the front. Put a candle in the hole, light it and you have a festive Halloween decoration for your front porch for trick or treaters. Make these of all different size pots to make things look really festive!
We found another web site giving free Halloween crafts using terra cotta pots that mixes Halloween decorating along with your gardening expertise. Use a regular terra cotta pot and paint it entirely white. Once the white paint is dry, draw on a scary black ghost face and let it dry too. Then, plant some small daisies or any other white flowers you need in the pot and watch them grow. If you’re lucky enough to find some form of black flower, that would be even better to bring in the genuine nature of Halloween.
naturally, there are many other place where you can find free Halloween crafts using terra cotta pots, but maybe the best place to look is within your own mind. Use your talents and see what you can come up with on your own. You may even surprise yourself!
|Russ D. Edwards|
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