take a bite…

out of Shark Week.

Yes, it’s Shark Week 2013. For 7 days {starting last night}, we will see sharks bite, swim, jump and feast in our oceans. We will be amazed, and perhaps frightened, in the comfort of our living rooms by one of the ocean’s top predators.

We love Shark Week, so consider today’s post a friendly SHARK ATTACK.

Chris at Celebrations at Home featured an adorable shark party with DIY tips for hosting your own party. Be sure to check it out here.


We love these shark seat covers from Wishworks, featured on Tattle Mag.

This party doesn’t miss a thing with shark fins and homemade scuba tanks. See more photos at Hostess with the Mostess.

Recycled State by John Birdsong has Upcycled Sharks in his etsy shop that would be perfect for a shark/underwater party, or even room decor.

Incorporate a shark into your food with these tips on how to make this impressive watermelon shark carving by National Watermelon Promotion Board.

Your kiddos will be the cutest bite around town with this shark towel by Rosenberry Rooms.
Shark attack snack mix, found at CupKate’s Event Planning, would be the perfect favor for guests…or just as a ‘bonus’ in this week’s lunch box in honor of Shark Week.

Wear a genuine shark tooth necklace by Five of Mine, found on Etsy.

Castaways Hall made a school of shark fins that would look great in a beach house.

Check out this cool and unusual mug with a shark appearing mid-way through your morning coffee. The Accoutrements Shark Attack Porcelain Mug can be found at Amazon.
 {Celebrations at Home, Tattle Mag, Hostess with the Mostess, Recycled State by John Birdsong, National Watermelon Promotion Board, Rosenberry Rooms, CupKates Event Design, Five of Mine, Castaways Hall and Amazon}

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