Boo-Yah! I don’t know about you but I love HALLOWEEN PARTY DECOR. What do I love about it? EVERYTHING.
It doesn’t always have to be bloody and dark, ya know. Even though that’s the real way to celebrate this holiday.
I wanted to throw a black and white themed coffee party and I know you will love all of the little details. Witches “brew” is what we will call it.
If you love Halloween as much as I do then you need to check out these houses I made. Wear these shoes while trick or treating with your kids. I am in love with these black and white kitchens.
I know I would love to attend a spooky “brew” party, what about you? If you can’t find the items I used in this post you can click on ANY of the links below the pictures and order from one site! Hey, I am just trying to make your life easy.
I think everything looks clean and crisp. Kind of reminds me of a sterile hospital room.
Still want coffee?
I purchased these mugs from World Market and dressed up the handle with glitter. Glitter will always make things better.
To start you will place stencil tape around your handle. Coat the handle with a nice coat of Martha Stewart’s new decoupage. Sprinkle your favorite shade of glitter on the wet decoupage.
Of course I used classic black. Carefully peel the tape off before it dries. You can clean up your mug now easily. Check out what else I decoupaged.
Once I removed the tape I sprinkled some more glitter on them before they dried. When they are dry just dust them off with a brush. Remember to let these cure for about 28 days then you can wash them by hand or in the dish washer.
They will stay fully glittered if cured correctly.
To add a little spark to the bottom of my mugs I decoupaged some insects to the bottom. When someone lifts their coffee mug a nice bug will be displayed on the bottom! I think this is my favorite part of the party.
How clever are these test tubes! They come with sticky vintage labels that you can write on. I added a few different things inside of the tubes like chocolate covered coffee beans, strawberry milk and coffee cream. Anything that goes with a coffee party will work.
I used some halloween adhesive paper to make flags. I wrapped a piece around a toothpick then cut the paper on the end. These are what my guests’ will stir their coffee with.
I used some cupcake liners to put my sugar cubes in. Smart right!
To create a coaster for you super chic mugs take a cupcake liner and fold it inside out.
Easy and fun.
If you are like me then you send out invitations for everything. These animal masquerade invitations are the cutest thing since sliced bread. Even the inside is decorated with black and white stripes.
Pull out a few sheets of scrapbook paper to dress up your coffee platter background. I got these from the animal masquerade pack.
I hope you enjoyed this post and it gives you a push to throw your own coffee party. Check out all of my 12 months of Martha posts’ here.
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