Friday, October 28, 2011

Whoa Doggie! What a DEAL!!

Holy Cow! What a deal!

Check out what Uppercase Living just announced!

It’s a great time to be part of an inspiring company! Beginning November 1 at noon MT through November 30, new Demonstrators can join UL for only $49. This price applies to each of our Starter Kits—Uppercase Complete, Expressions, or Blume—for a savings of up to $250 at sign up.

Once you join, you’ll have the entire UpStart period (90 days!) to keep your sign-up savings. Hit your UpStart and you won’t have to pay the remainder on the price of your Starter Kit—you can earn it by achieving all the levels in the UpStart Program.* The best part is the UpStart Program awards you with $100 in cash when you hold your first Open House within 30 days, and submit $1200 in your first 90 days. So, you’ll receive an amazing deal on your starter kit AND have $100 in your pocket!

**If you're interested, but worried about meeting your upstart, don't worry, I met mine with no problems. I can help you every step of the way! This is a great time to join! People are starting to do some shopping!
Email me if you have any questions!

or go here to sign up:

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Cheap & Creepy Decor pt.3

I've finally gotten around to posting about the rest of my halloween decor! Here is a pumpkin that my mom bought on clearance last year after halloween. It was a sad and boring orange. Until I painted it a base coat of hunter green and then went over it with some green Extreme Glitter Paint from Michaels. I love that stuff! It is so pretty!! This picture really doesn't do it justice.

And now for my pride and joy...
I bought this lovely shelf at HL half off! I got it for $20. I was dying to have some sort of space in my house that acted as a mantle of sorts. I needed place to decorate in other words.
I purchased the "creepy fabric" at walmart for about $4 or so. Yes that is really the name of it. "Creepy Fabric". LOL.
I got the grey skull at our local thrift store for a buck and the pumpkins on the left are fake from the Dollar Tree. The bumpy squash is real. It is from a local farmer down the road.

The gruesome potion bottles are all made by me. So easy! The tall one is an old bottle of soap that I poured water, red food coloring and a little bit of coffee in. Why the coffee? It darkens it up to look more like blood.
The smaller bottles are tiny liquor bottles. I don't drink, but I found these at a wedding we went to recently. Another guest left them on the table after they were empty, so I snatched them up!

The label for the vampire blood can be found here. The Ogre snot is here and the Skele-grow is a label made by my friend Lindsay the Frugal Crafter. See the picture below for a better look at her labels!