Thursday, December 8, 2011

Holiday Party!

Last weekend I decorated for a holiday work party! 
I had so much fun with this event - here are a few pictures!

Each guest received a stocking filled with goodies!
I painted tags with chalkboard paint and used a chalk pen for the numbers. 

I made these centerpieces from real vintage ice skates that I've been collecting just for this event!  They are filled with a mixture of greens, spray roses, larkspur, and burgundy seeded eucalyptus!  I sprayed the entire arrangement with glitter for a little glitz!

I created these table numbers with chalkboard paint also!
I tied a bow with bakers twine and glittered a tiny snowflake!

I brought this vintage toboggan to place some of the guest favors on.

Each guest was able to take a Colorado blue spruce home!

And one of these jars that I filled with hot cocoa mix, miniature chocolate chips, peppermint, and miniature marshmallows!  I placed directions on the back of the tag!

In these cute bags were iPads!  How lucky were these employees!?!

Erin at the Paper Co. printed these menus and I wrapped them with paper, ribbon and a felt snowflake!

Another picture of the centerpieces - I just love them!!!

Thanks for taking  a look:)
XO Traci


vintagevalues said...

You have such a lovely gift for creative inspiration and presentation! Thank you for sharing for us to see.

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

Very pretty Traci.

Prior said...

absolutely awesome, I decorate the board room for our whole school district and I love your ideas!

leti said...

The ice skate idea is fabulous! Everything looked amazing!

Creations from my heart said...

I am in Michigan and every year I help make centerpieces for a charifty fundraiser. Can you tell me how you got the skates to stand on the table and also what type of glitter did you spray the skates with. I love the idea. I have made skates with greenery to hang on sleds but I love the centerpiece idea. Thanks for any help.

Anonymous said...

I am also wondering what glitter you used on the states! They look fabulous!

Michele Leasher said...

Love your Ideas! Keep um coming

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It is lovely and I feel sure you had fun doing it.

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