Sunday, October 7, 2012

Drinks anyone?

Halloween is one of those occasions that lends itself to having fun.  A little imagination can go a long way with simple additions to vignettes.  A few leftovers, items from the dollar store, and a few moments of craftiness add a touch of the macabre.

Gotta love the dollar store!  Skeleton parts, skull, and two glass candlesticks and a candle holder for a total of $5.00 add a little Halloween fun.

I glued together two glass candlesticks and spray painted them black and then glued a candle holder on top to hold the small skeleton parts which came from a garland.

The bottle of arsenic is a label found online printed out and glued to a salsa jar painted black.

 Appetizers anyone?  I am sure they are tasty......

And you can wash them down with a nice glass of Graveyard Spirits or Embalming juice....  mwahahaha....
(Beacon 527 glue is great for gluing labels to bottles.)

Arsnic and lace perhaps?   Your welcome to come visit, if you dare.

Here the labels I found when looking for free clip art in case you would like to use them also:

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  1. Love the thriftiness of the whole thing! It is so festive and creative. Thanks for the great images to get everyone into the spirit of Halloween! xo's Pam

  2. So creative on your part. I love skeleton in the vase, no I don't want an appetizer. Love the crow on top of the ceiling tile. Great looking Halloween vignette! Thanks for sharing your inspiration with Sunday’s Best – you helped make the party a success!


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