Thursday, July 30, 2009

Trick or Treat Halloween Table

These are photos of my Aadams Family Reunion Table that I made at a class taught by Carl Bronsdon at the NAME convention.
The first day we assembled the table and made all of the paper party decorations. There are paper masks, cones filled with candy, party poppers, and the Halloween banner.
The second day we worked with fimo and created all of the goodies.
The table is filled with donuts, candy and carmel apples (complete with the worm), brownies, suckers, stick candy, candy corn, pumpkin topped cupcakes, popcorn balls, a fancy spiderweb topped cake, and a bowl full of candies.


I learned a wealth of imformation in this class. Carl is a very good teacher. The fimo candies and food were all suprisingly easy to create. It is just knowing the methods and taking it step-by-step.

We even made the candles! The most important thing that I learned is to just have fun with it and not drive myself crazy trying to make each item perfect. There are many items on the table that I didn't labor over, but it looks great as a whole.
Have a goodie and welcome to the party!
Donna





10 comments:

kimsminiatures said...

Oh Donna it is so wonderful. I love it. I have never gotten to take any classes. What fun. I have to go look again. I love it all. You need some little kids in costumes around the table now. Mini hugs!

Marsha said...

What a magnificent halloween table!! I heard the class was fabulous! Lucky you! Hugs, Marsha

Ara said...

Looks fantastic! Good enough to eat!! I haven't seen Addams Family Reunion yet... is this from one of the scenes? -ara

rosanna said...

Lovely, i makes me wish tjat w celebrate Hallowen in Italy

Sumaiya Mehreen said...

It's perfect!

The Carolina Quilter said...

Wow! This is fantastic! Wish I could take the class. But, alas, just as when I was learning to quilt, I could not afford ($$ or time-wise) to take classes so had to buy books and teach myself. Same now with mini's--have to buy books or study online tutorials to learn it all! How fortunate you were able to take this. It is wonderful.

Jody
http://minileapsandbounds.blogspot.com/

Debbie said...

Donna your table is fabulous. Lucky you being able to take a class..xx

Penelope Walker said...

This table is fantastic! And great timing now for Halloween. I just linked to your post from the MyPunchbowl online invitations blog where I wrote about planning a Halloween menu.

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