It’s all very well having your Horrifying Halloween look nailed down, and the food conquered by your own evil genius – but once the Trick or Treating is over and done, how do you keep them kids amused? We asked pals of the blog and favourite party gear creators – like, E.V.E.R. – My Little Day, for their Chic Halloween Party ideas. I shall put you in their very capable hands now…
We take Halloween very very seriously in our household. The girls have been planning their outfits for months. I am very busy with the menu and decorations for our Halloween party. My husband….well, he will just turn up and eat all the kids treats. But let us not get started down that route eh?
So I thought I would share one of the items on our menu for this year – Jelly Injections. Let’s get busy…
You will need:
Flashback to geometry class and memories of polyhedrons, quadrilaterals, do – deca… somethings, triangles and concentric circles. I’m sure you have all noticed that these shapes with their O.V.E.R.C.O.M.P.L.I.C.A.T.E.D. names are popping up all over the catwalk and in our homes too.
Geo is BIG news this season!
Here are my TOP 5 Geometric home accessories for your kids to join the trend…let’s go!
1. Owl poster by Little Man Happy €20.
Matching mummy and fruit of their loins, is not everyone’s bag. But it is Kim Kardashian’s - who has taken her ‘look at me’ to a whole new level with ‘look at me and my matching mini me’.
Having said that – if your kids have something cool and you want it too – why not? Maybe just don’t wear it at the same time.
So, for those of you that get cold at floor level – but are totally Ugged out, I have a stylish solution for your feet, and the feet of your matchy matchy little girls. Look.
Lots of kids and babies suffer from Eczema. It feels horrible, looks horrible and is very, very sensitive to materials. A problem anyway, and a definite problem stylewise.
When her son Frankie developed eczema, mum Amanda decided to develop a product that her boy could wear, that looked stylish, felt good and didn’t cost the earth. Lucky for Frankie – and everyone else, Amanda and her business partner Judith had worked for years in fashion, for brands including Warehouse, House of Fraser and Whistles.
And so Panda and the Sparrow was born – a stylish line of baby and kids clothing made entirely from bamboo.
And let me tell you – it’s not hippyish or happy clappy. Or, what I would have been most concerned about – vile. Check it..