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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Tablescape Thursday....... Bootiful!!!


It is time again for our ever fun Tablescape Thursday posts.

Go to Susan's great blog,http://betweennapsontheporch.blogspot.com/ , and check out all the fun of other's sharing their fabulous tables.


Thought I had better do my BOOTIFUL table for Halloween this week.

So come on in and be prepared to be ......scared!!!


The menu this evening....

Eat at your own risk!!!!






Be afraid , be very afraid........

But come and eat and have fun!!!

After all it is Halloween month!



The gathering place for all the Guys and Ghouls!

(Our us and some friends this Halloween)

A little black Halloween garland in the chandelier almost looks like bats flying around it.

(Click on photos to enlarge and see closer)



The centerpiece, filled with real creatively spooky food this will be great!




A faux Halloween cake I usually use for my dolls makes a nice accent under

a glass cloche on an extra charger.




The side board in all it's spookalicious glory!





The side board holds all the Brews.

I saw some apothecary jars being sold in a catalog with Halloween printing on them.

So I got the idea, why not use what you have but put stickers on them , then you can wash or take them off after.

So my beverage server became the Boo Brew holder!




The plates even look good with my copper charges too for a difference.

They look more red in photos but trust me with the oranges they look good in person.

I folded the napkins on the plates to look a bit like witches hats, tide a scrap of ribbon around them. And for favors added some little pumpkin candles too.



The centerpiece is the three teared server I found at a garage sale for $2 with ghoulish

food inside it and some faux Halloween cookies in it for now.

And the menu under a cloche on the top layer.


Menu under glass!



We are ready to party!

I had a coupon for 40% off at a Craft store I like.

So I used it this year to get the spiderweb tablecloth to go with my doilies and mantel

scarf I already had. It goes great on our black round dining table.

I love how the wood shows through it.


The place setting......
Spider web lace tablecloth from local craft store,

plate chargers from Michael's craft store, flatware is "Caitlynn" Onieda from

Macys, plates with orange and black pattern from Party City, green water goblets from Target,

black stemmed wine glasses from thrift store, pumpkin mugs I had, black linen napkins were found on clearance somewhere.



The spookier cartoon version!!!
( You can see this affect better if you enlarge photos)



Happy Halloween!!


BOO!!


SCAREALICIOUS!!


SPOOKTACULAR!




Some other spooky ideas to add would be;

1. Change out the buffet lamp shades with another color, like green or white ones

and lay spiderweb doilies over them.

2. Cover the seats of the chairs with spiderweb doilies also.

3. Blow up old scary family photos or found photos

and layer them over existing prints on the walls.

Use tape to just tape them over the glass so they can be removed afterwards.

4. Get black lamp prisms and change out those on the chandelier for a spookier look!!

5. Tie on spookiness to the backs of the chairs; large black or orange bows, or gauze

streamers would be cool too.

24 comments:

carolinajewel said...

I love it all! Those plates are wonderful and the napkins/witch hats are so cute! Great Table! :D Jewel

abeachcottage.com said...

ooh love the hats, it looks great!

happy tablescaping

Sarah

Deanna said...

You have really gone all out for a special Tablescape!!!
Looks great,
d

Bama Belle said...

Fantastic tablescape I love it! So fun! Thank you so much for sharing!~

She Was Old Fashioned said...

What a lovely Halloween TST! very nice. I love to see the Halloween ones, because I gave all my Halloween things away! didn't think I would need them anymore, wish I had some back now. Enjoyed my visit here!

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Now how could this not be FUN! Love it all!

Julie said...

I love it all great job...
xoxo
Julie

g.suzie said...

Inspiration for a fun Halloween party, very creative. Makes me want to get busy and do something for this Hallowed Day!

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

What a creative tablescape. I love it all. The witch hat napkins are just the cutest. Everything is just so well done and accessorized perfectly. Hugs, Marty

Mimi said...

What an amazingly creative table! Love the tablecloth.

Lorna ~ Lace and Ivy Cottage said...

How absolutely creative.I especially love the witch's hat napkin!

Kathryn @ Bonafide Southern said...

How creative to form your napkins into witches' hats! Perfect for a spooky and fun Halloween! Thanks for sharing and happy TT to you!

The Bloom Girls said...

Great job! I'm scared! Very fun and creative!

Phyllis AROUND THE HOUSE said...

Everything looks creepy and spooky and scary, perfect, Love that...

merilyn_lee said...

Everything looks so great! You are so creative and love the spider web
doily on the mirror. Napkin whitch hats are so cute and also love the Halloween plates. I will email you tomorrow!!
Hugs, Marilyn

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Looks great! So many cute ideas.

Michelle said...

Such a lovely tablescape! Happy fall to you and please stop over for a visit soon!
Michelle

nannykim said...

you have some great ideas here!! Love the big fat spider near the center of the tables and the stuff around the chandelier does give a bat-like effect ;-). Like what you did with the tablecloth and that witches hat Idea was booutiful!!

nannykim at spindle cottage

Lori E said...

How cool is this tablescape. You really did a fabulous job with the theme. It looks like a party is going on.

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

That was a great tablescape. I love what you did with the napkins, so clever.

Sue

Happy To Be/ Gl♥ria said...

Queen Linda, I love your dolls, I love all your signs and I l♥ve this table...girl you have so much talent...Oh in my next life I want to be you ha ha!! Hope all is well on your side of the mountain my friend...Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

Sarah said...

What a terrific tablescape! I clicked on each of the photos to enlarge, and the details are amazing. I think the witch hat napkin fold is oh so clever, and love the spider web table throw. Every detail of both your table and buffet are perfect for a "scarealicious" dinner party. "SPOOKTACULAR!"

Kathleen said...

I love it! It all looks great..My favorite is that tablecloth!!!I need one like that!

Pam said...

Terrific Tablescape! This has all the imagination from the photos, menu, and the great ideas you share. I want to sit down at your table and really enjoy myself. I am like so many who loved your hat-napkin. Everything has so much detail which is what makes it special! Thanks Pam from Texas.