Fiber Optic LED Tablecloths, Pillows, Placemats and Custom Options
The price isn't cheap but the look is unbeatable. This washable, waterproof fabric can be made into tablecloths, pillows, clothing and more to add interest, ambience and mood lighting to any event. Lovely stuff.
Available in "Classic" or "Antique".... It would be great for a Halloween party or Murder Mystery event.... You can come up with a cheap alternate version with a pair of pliers and some mismatched dinnerware. from the site: ... Available in "Classic" or "Antique".... It would be great for a Halloween party or Murder Mystery event.... You can come up with a cheap alternate version with a pair of pliers and some mismatched dinnerware. from the site: a truly disturbing place setting the slash of a knife, the cut of a saw, dismemberment, burning and along with the unifying hypodermic needle puncture, this place setting truly reflects the activities of Dexter: all are victims in this highly collectible (and usable!) flatware. Each piece is hand crafted and each setting has it\'s own character - numbered and initialed. the details: 5 piece place classic silver plated setting - engraved knife, fork, salad/desert fork, spoon, coffee/desert spoon there are 3 different styles: antique - $500/place setting classic - $450/place setting modern - $400/place setting steve butcher
~Other uses? Trivia Game, Truth or Dare, Lifehacks and NY '09 Resolutions, Chore Chart, Jewelry Organizer..... so much more...~ It's like XMas at Studio 54! "Pass the 'nog, Andy! Powdered sugar for my holiday cookies? No, Bianc... ~Other uses? Trivia Game, Truth or Dare, Lifehacks and NY '09 Resolutions, Chore Chart, Jewelry Organizer..... so much more...~ It's like XMas at Studio 54! "Pass the 'nog, Andy! Powdered sugar for my holiday cookies? No, Bianca, I think I'll pass....." I'll be honest. When it comes to advent calendars... well.... I'm a whore. Yes. I'm an advent calendar whore. I can't help it! It's not so much about the countdown for me as it is about all the little nooks and crannies and boxes and pouches containing treasures. I don't care if they're cheap, tacky, ridiculous treasures. The anticipation is delicious. "Yay, it's a new day! I wonder what piece of crap I get today?" I have been heard to trill as I leap and bound (well, roll and waddle) down the stairs every morning. (The fact that I am the only adult in the house and the one who restocked last season's calendar, and thus am in possession of the Crap 411 ie "What's Inside the Boxes," is something I choose to ignore. That's why I check early in the morning, before caffeine.) I love this one in particular because it has so many non-advent calendar usages. From creative party food display (fill the boxes with truffles or hors d'oeuvres, leaving some doors open so that people can see what's inside, and set it on the buffet), to a jewelry box (if you're very organized you can print up a list of what numbers correspond to which pieces and attach it to the back) or come up with a game (trivia or Memory perhaps?) to play at an event. Fun fashion pictures from the 80's (neon, jelly shoes, Aqua Net) that you print in pairs can go behind doors for a Memory-type game. Or type up baby questions or naughty sex truth-or-dare questions for a baby or bridal shower. How about putting a New Year's resolution or lifehack idea into each compartment and opening one a week in 2009? Or favorite quotes/relationship advice for an amazing wedding present? Whatever. It's all good. Or so says the whore.
These fabulous drink coolers wear several hats: interchangeable light tubes provide one color of your choice, cushioned tops allow for seating and the center, when filled with ice, chills your drinks. Fabu-fricking-lous!
Available in white or red version. Hell, chuck the ice, fill it with wine and pass it over here....