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>>> "The Cheevers" <lazydog> 05/12 9:28 PM >>>
Depending where you live are there old dried flowers? thistles or vines from
last winter? Spray them silver,dark green or even a bright color and scatter
mums or pansies through them, just the flower tops-they'll last a dinner.
There is also those "ropes" of tinsel often with stars or something that can
be laid out on the table or cover the table with colored kraft paper and
scatter crayons down the middle or put in cups and let the guests design
their own tablecloth. Have the doodles judged and give a funky ribbon to the
winner- or not it's still fun. There's a ton of things you can do. Have the
kids create "waterlillies" having some petals stick up and cut out organic
shaped "pools" of a pretty blue to scatter them on. Have fun!
From: Sandra Poos <klpoos>
To: artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu>
Date: Tuesday, May 11, 1999 10:07 PM
Subject: Re: idea for centerpiece
>I hope some of you guys can help me with this project. The principal of
>one of the schools I teach at asked me Friday before school was out if I
>would do a project with the children for a Spaghetti Dinner they are
>having THIS FRIDAY. She wants me to make centerpieces for the tables. I
>thought about tissue flowers put inside soda cans which have wall paper
>over them, but I am stumped for other simple ideas. Any ideas??? I would
>sure appreciate anything!!!!
> Thanks, Sandy Poos