No nylons? How about using some inexpensive tulle - Halloween glamour!
Now get your mind going...how can you move this idea beyond Halloween? I have seen brightly colored striped nylons - circus table anyone? How about the colorful swirly pattern nylons I've seen at costumes store - I can see a groovy 60's table. Or go basic - a simple white or cream nylon (patterned or not) would work for a wedding.
These invites are for a Halloween party and they are in no way your typical Halloween invite. The "lab envelope" comes with an x-ray (you'll have to read how she pulled off the x-rays) and a medical record sheet that creatively gives all the party information. I am so diggin' the creativity that is oozing from this invite. To read more about these invites head on over to Charisma...Design to Attract.
I love this intimate dinner party from Jordan over at Oh Happy Day. The location is perfect. From Jordan's blog..."The party was set up smack dab in the middle of the Aquatic Park pier. There was the Golden Gate Bridge on one side, Alcatraz behind us, and all the lights of the city and Ghiradelli Square on the other side." Don't you wish you had been invited?
Ideas - I need ideas!
As a child of the 80's I was instantly drawn to the baby announcement below.
I think this is one of my favorites. I love the simplicity of this baby shower invite.
With Christmas quickly approaching we should all be thinking about our holiday cards.
It’s time to haunt your home with this Ghoulish giveaway from Tim Turner, owner of The Goulish Gallery. One lucky Little Ant reader will win a haunted masterpiece - a 16x20 changing portrait of their choice.
I have spoken of Tim and his artwork before. These changing portraits are not the cheap imitations that you see in stores - these are the real deal, expertly designed by a special effects artist with over 24 years of experience making monsters for film. Tim’s work has won many haunt industry awards and has been featured on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Discovery Channel, CSI:Las Vegas, as well as on CBS and Fox Nightly News. Take a look here to see what many of Tim’s customers have to say - ladies, can you find the dreadfully nice comments left by Mr. Brad Pitt?
The Ghoulish Gallery offers a spooktacular selection of over 50 creepy characters that are designed to help you have the kind of haunted event or personal ghost gallery that will long be remembered.
The Ghoulish Gallery exhibit booth (above) - many a phantom family member hanging on these walls. My favorite is the dearly departed Isabella. This is the portrait that will be haunting my staircase this Halloween.
Are you dying to win? Simply visit the gallery page and take a look at all the deliciously evil changing portraits that The Ghoulish Gallery has to offer. Come back here and leave a comment letting us know which ghoul or guy you want hanging in your haunted mansion. Next Wednesday we’ll randomly dig up a winner and if it’s you you’ll be well on your way to having the spookiest house on the street.
Do you want to increase your chances of winning? Post a link on your blog or website about this ghoulish giveaway and leave a second comment here letting me know that the information is on your site - resting in peace.
Make no bones about it...this is one Halloween giveaway that’s to die for.