We had a Trunk or Treat at my little guy’s school last Sunday. Thanks to Pinterest I was able to get some ideas for what to do with our trunk – I love My Pinterest!
I decided upon the theme I wanted to use, something relatively easy, and found two pictures for my inspiration – These are the two pictures and the blogs they came from…
Here is what you are going to need for my version –
Trunk or Treat – Open Mouth with Tongue
I cut each poster board vertically making 6 pieces. Two pieces for each row of teeth and one piece cut in half for the eyes – leaving one extra. I cut the garbage bag in half and used each half to cover the cereal boxes. I taped the eye cutouts, which can be cut in any shape you want, to the covered cereal boxes. The red wrapping paper is rounded at the tip to make it look like a tongue. For the “throat” I used the black vinyl tablecloth, which you could always use more trash bags instead and clear box tape to adhere it all.
Another hit from Pinterest – I love it!
It’s here ~ High Point Market ~ Fall 2014
Everyone walking the market are sharing their finds with gorgeous pictures filling up the Twitter feed with all that is beautiful in home design. It is a sight to see and I can only imagine what it’s like to actually be there!
This season I am collecting all my finds on the High Point Market Twitter feed and putting together a slide show – so come back and see it after market!
Have a great time everyone!
Do you like interior design? Interior decorating? Beautiful home furnishings?
Luckily there are many places you can go to see all the new, beautiful and innovative pieces from talented and inspiring designers. One of them is High Point Market. High Point Market is located in High Point, North Carolina and is one of the biggest shows in home furnishings and decorating.
Unfortunately, some of us interior design lovers, like me, don’t make it to High Point, North Carolina for the show, but thanks to the awesome people at High Point Market Authority they make it easy for us to catch some of the excitement!
Simply follow along on Twitter with their hashtag #HPMkt and you will find the stream fill up with gorgeous pictures of all the new presentations at market. Even better, many patrons are snapping pictures and creating images posting them to Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest for us at home to see.
To make it even more fun, High Point Market enlists the help of Style Spotters. These designers, interior decorators, fashion icons and bloggers get the pleasure of spotting their favorite designs and posting them on Pinterest. It’s fun, inviting and the partnering with Pinterest keeps the images of all the Style Spotters in one space.
Join me and let’s gush together – Hope to see you at #HPMkt!
Images via High Point Market