Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Episode 13: Vicious Veggies

In the final 2012 episode of Enhanced Eerie Elegance, there's still plenty of time to make your crudite tray into Vicious Veggies with quick and easy tips for last-minute Halloween parties!



That makes THIRTEEN episodes of Enhanced Eerie Elegance to accompany the book available for sale at www.EerieElegance.com or on Amazon! Hope you enjoy your Halloween!

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Episode 12: Spooky Spellbooks

Save your cracker and cereal boxes to recycle them into lightweight new or ancient Spooky Spellbooks for customized Halloween decor! 



For more projects like this, please buy the book at www.EerieElegance.com or on Amazon! :)

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Episode 11: Donut Be Scared Peekaboo Pumpkins


Donut Be Scared! These Peekaboo Pumpkins are tasty, adorable and easy to make for your own Halloween party! Learn how in this new episode of Enhanced Eerie Elegance!



For more recipes like this, please buy the book at www.EerieElegance.com or on Amazon! :)

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Episode 10: Ghostly Greenery

In the third episode of this year's series of Enhanced Eerie Elegance, be inspired by all sorts of flora that can be Ghostly Greenery! 



For more projects like this, please buy the book at www.EerieElegance.com or on Amazon! :)

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Episode 9: Carved Stone Walls: Part 2



After carving insulation foam sheets to shape in the previous episode, now learn painting & aging techniques to create your own large Carved Stone Walls, the second Enhanced Eerie Elegance episode of 2012!







For more projects like this, please buy the book at www.EerieElegance.com or on Amazon! :)

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Episode 8: Carved Stone Walls: Part 1

New episodes of Enhanced Eerie Elegance begin today!

Learn how to use insulation foam sheets with cutting & carving techniques to create your own large Carved Stone Walls, the first Enhanced Eerie Elegance episode of 2012!





For more projects like this, please buy the book at www.EerieElegance.com or on Amazon! :)

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Fabric Frames now available!

For my parties, I used to disguise my big rear-projection TV by using the top as a display area, leaving the screen dark and hoping people would ignore it. Now that flat-panel TVs are all the rage, they are begging to be in use as Halloween decorations, but the sleek modern black edges just do NOT go in most castles or haunted houses! I have finally created an easily reusable & compact solution...printed fabric strips you can tape to a flat-panel TV, turning it into a large elaborately "carved" picture frame, then easily remove the frame to roll up & save for next year. What you display inside your Fabric Frame is up to you...perhaps ghosts, spooky portraits, or even photos of previous Halloween parties!

The fabric is custom printed on tote-bag-weight heavy cotton twill from my original artwork, then I trim the 4.5"x58" fabric strips, seal the edges, and assemble them into each kit. When you receive your kit, trim the long strips to size to fit your flat-panel & miter the corners together to look like a real frame. A small roll of double-sided mounting tape is included or you are welcome to use your own tape. If your infrared sensor for your remote control is on your TV frame, the fabric might block the signal. If the border around your TV is thinner than the 4.5" fabric strip, either center it on the TV border so it doesn't flop, mount it so the outer edge is flush with the border edge, with fabric over your TV screen, or several of the designs are able to be trimmed thinner. If your flat-panel is larger than 60" (lucky you!), you can extend the strips a few inches by using the scraps of the vertical pieces as an overlay corner brace. A nice bonus is that these decorations do not glare in candlelight or camera flash like vinyl or glossy paper.

You may choose from several spooky or classic vintage designs in the BrittaBlvd Etsy shop. For scale, my 60" plasma TV is used as the display model in the images here. If you have ideas for more designs, let me know!

Fabric Frames are $25 each plus shipping $5 US / $17 international. Each kit includes 4 sturdy fabric strips 4.5"x58" long, instructions and double-sided tape as a compact & easily reusable solution to transform your flatpanel TV from a sleek & modern black hole into a fancy "carved" picture frame that belongs in a haunted house or castle! You can find these on the Eerie Elegance order page and in the BrittaBlvd Etsy shop at the links below.

 

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Ghost In Chains video now for sale!

Today the spooky number 13 brings another new Eerie Elegance product for 2012!


Did you see my Gate Ghost for Halloween 2011? Now you can buy the video download to use in your own personal haunt! Only $5 for the QuickTime .mov file, no shipping!






This ancient tattered Ghost In Chains is silently screaming and reaching toward the living as her aura brightens and fades, until her last attempt causes her to disappear. Show this 48-second clip as a silent loop for your personal haunt in isolated viewing locations like a high window or a corner where audio cannot be heard. Perfect for projectors, video screens, or even reflected Pepper's Ghost illusions. You are welcome to add your own sounds after purchase for your personal use as long as it is not distributed.

For full details and to purchase, go to the Eerie Elegance order page!

Friday, September 7, 2012

Fabric Frames are coming soon!

My latest Halloween product is now available for pre-orders! Fabric Frames are $25 each plus shipping $5 US / $17 international. Each kit includes 4 sturdy fabric strips 4.5"x58" long, instructions and double-sided tape as a compact & easily reusable solution to transform your flatpanel TV from a sleek & modern black hole into a fancy "carved" picture frame that belongs in a haunted house or castle! Since the fabric takes two weeks to print and ship before I can assemble the kits, please check out the 8 designs below and let me know which you'd like!










Update: these are all now available in the BrittaBlvd Etsy shop! See finished example photos in this post!

Friday, July 13, 2012

Tasty Tombstones now available on Etsy!

Happy Friday the 13th! I know it's "only" July, but before I get sidetracked by my own secret Halloween projects that are already underway, here is the first new Eerie Elegance product for 2012...Tasty Tombstones!


Serve these realistic carved stone-look Tasty Tombstones for your Halloween party, or even your next "over-the-hill" birthday party! All the departed names are puns, so laugh or groan as you will. :) This set of 2 pre-printed frosting sheets decorates 13 Tasty Tombstones, the perfect spooky number! (Actual cookies not included in your purchase.)

Tasty Tombstones are available as "punny" name epitaph designs as pictured, blank to write your own epitaphs with icing or a food coloring pen, or custom printed epitaphs:

Tasty Tombstones 13 "Punny" Epitaphs

Tasty Tombstones 13 Blank Epitaphs

Tasty Tombstones 13 Custom Epitaphs

Your set of 2 frosting sheets will arrive via USPS Priority Mail in a food-grade airtight zip bag. Recipes & detailed instructions are included with your shipment. Store out of direct light to prevent fading. Best used within one year. The sheet lasts better intact for shipping & storage, so do not cut out the shapes until just before using on your baked goods.  Up to 10 frosting sheets (65 tombstones) can be combined for the same shipping cost. Contact me if you'd like multiple quantities, then I will put up a custom listing specifically for your order. I use Kopykake frosting sheets & food inks, full ingredients included in the Etsy listings.

Hope everyone is enjoying their summer! Stay tuned for more Halloween fun coming soon...more Enhanced Eerie Elegance videos for sure later in the fall, and perhaps more new products!