Halloween is just around the corner. Even though I wont be walking the streets for candy here in KL but I’m always up for a themed party. I’ve collaborated a board of some of the things I would love to have at my ‘Not So Spooky Halloween Party’. Basically simple ideas made out of things you can easily find everyday. I think its fun to play with colors in this case black and orange. I would definitely have that table full of orange candy, and try my best to bake that cupcake. Since I love paper, a simple do it yourself printed invitation is perfect to invite your friends with. What do you think? ~Sufiya
Happy Halloween! We’ve designed a treat for all of you. We wanted to share a little Halloween spirit, but still keep it nice and simple. Two free down-loadable templates for you to use for your Halloween decoration.
Planning a party or not, I’m sure the kiddies in the house will have a treat eating with Jack Lantern. Because it’ll be printed on paper, you can also make it as a dinning table activity with some color pencils. Now if you really love our print, laminate it and you’ll be able to re-use it anytime you want.
Our favorite idea was for wrapping paper. We love how a simple black and white wrapping paper looks with a hint of bright color.
To go along with the theme, we’ve also designed tags. Write down those names for your party or use it as a tag for those October Birthday presents.
I’m sure you will have lots of fun and other creative ideas. If you have done something with our free downloads do share it with us on our Facebook Fan Page.
Some visual New Year resolutions ... love them, creative eye-candy images by Maria Stijger and Styling by Wenda Torenbosch for the ever amazing, happy, fun and beautiful Stylecookie shop. (Can I tell you a little secret: during my visit to Amsterdam I met the lovely ladies behind StyleCookie and to our big surprise we found out that the three of us are from the same small city/village in the Netherlands...
I feel like being in a constant Christmas mood since I arrived here in the Netherlands... cozy evenings with family and friends and seeing my kids enjoying every bit of it makes me very happy. And on top of this it was really fun to visit shops here in the Netherlands like Gosto design and lifestyle in Blaricum, a village in the middle part of the Netherlands.
A portugese lady called Sonia is the owner of Gosto and I could not have asked for a nicer and more appropriate way to end this year then visiting this shop were I could see with my own eyes and feel with my own hands many of the products that I have loved writing about in 2011.