October 3, 2017

My Creepy Halloween Tablescape

Welcome to my Halloween Tablescape! 

I created a fun, colorful, and at the same time creepy tablescape for this fun time of the year. 

 I hope my table gives you come ideas!


It's that time of the year when we can pull out all of our tricks and treats and decorate our homes for a fun time with family, friends, and neighborhood kids. 

Today I am sharing a Halloween tablescape...and I invite you to lunch with me, if you dare! :-)

Chloe of Celebrate and Decorate blog, our fearless tablescape leader, has organized our group for Halloween tables to give you ideas to try at your home. 

I have all of the links below for you to visit the blogs each day of this week. Just check back each day. It will be such fun with this very creative group of ladies! 



For Halloween, I love to go a little overboard with my table decorating. No rules. I love creepy fun...for decorating. I don't purchase much for the outside of the house, but I have accumulated quite a few decorative bits and pieces over the years. 


Some of my bits and pieces...


These stretchy skeletons are such fun...


When I saw these skull heads, I decided I needed them for my "creepy" Halloween table.


I also chose this fun Halloween banner and napkins.. 

My table colors are traditional black-white-orange. 


The banner is well made canvas, which lets me add it to my collection for future years of use.




I whipped up a cauldron of Skeleton Head soup for us to enjoy. To accompany the soup will be baked skeleton bread sticks, and spider crackers. A bit of crunch is nice along side soup don't you think. πŸ’€ πŸŽƒπŸŒ›



 My friendly crows wanted to join the party. 


I kept adding pieces of my Halloween items...to take my table over the top. Again...no rules for this tablescape. ha ha. The more the better!







For my tablescape I began with this table runner that I found at TJ Maxx several weeks ago. 



I layered each place setting with a round black placemat, a white plate, a creepy napkin, and then an oversized coffee cup for the soup.  

White china/dishes works so well no matter the theme or season. They are available in all price ranges and make a great addition to your dish collection if you do not have any. 


To dress up the table even more I layered a Halloween banner and orange metallic cording over the runner. More is better when it comes to Halloween! And normally I think less is better...ha ha. 




 An overhead view to show you the mix of elements.













And there we have it. My table is ready to "lunch with the ladies."  Call a few of your best friends and have a fun Halloween themed lunch. 



Disclosure: Oriental Trading provided the soiree paper napkins, black polyester napkins,  cauldron, Halloween banner, stretchy skeletons, and skull heads. All ideas are my own! If you are interested in any of the products...just visit these links.
OT Party Supplies. OT Halloween.
http://www.orientaltrading.com/holidays/halloween-a1-550760.fltr 
http://www.orientaltrading.com/party-supplies/party-decorations/halloween-a1-551267+1237.fltr
All other items came from my personal Halloween collection.



Thanks for visiting!

Please visit the other tablescapers to see their Halloween fun. Each link will go live on the day of the tablescape.





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Hello, I'm Sheila and my house is a giant art project! I enjoy creating an environment where my family can feel safe, secure, and loved. We are empty nesters learning to slow down and enjoy life.

27 comments:

  1. Hi there Sheila, Looks Nice and Spooky at Your Home. I have been ready for 2 1/2 weeks myself. Thank-You for sharing Your lovely "Spooky Goodies". I just Love Everything! Laters,MJ♥

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  2. Sheila, your Halloween table is just too cute! I love all of the spooky details, and the orange and black make the perfect color combination. It is so fun blog hopping with you! Happy fall!!!

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  3. Elegant and inventive, and so charming! πŸ•ΈπŸ•·☠️πŸ’€ The banner, skulls, stretchy skeletons, spiders, and black pumpkins create an unforgettable Halloween table. Loved the humor of your collectible signs. I agree that "more is better" for Halloween! I'd love to dine at this table.

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  4. Love, Love, Love the skulls in the coffee cups!! This looks like a fun table to gather with the ladies! Although I think I will pass on the spider crackers!! What a great way to kick off the blog hop! Having a scary good time!

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  5. How marvelous, Sheila! Your collection is so fun and creepy at the same time.

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  6. Yikes! Scary Skeleton fun Sheila!! Black pumpkins and bats, and piles of bones, creepy and crawly and Halloween heaven! You are ready for a spooktacular meal!

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  7. Thanks for brewing a cauldron of Skeleton Head soup for this blog hop, no one will leave hungry! :) So much spooky fun and I adore your embroidered runner! Classic white plates are the perfect blank canvas no matter what the season or holiday!

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  8. Beautiful tablescape! Halloween is so fun! Love your creative ideas and inspiration!

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  9. Thank you for sharing your fun halloween table. I love the skulls you placed in the bowls. So scary!

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  10. I plan to skip Halloween decorating this year, but you are tempting me! Your table is so fun and creative for all ages. :-)

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  11. Very creepy Halloween table Sheila. Love the skulls and the stretchy skeletons.

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  12. You've created the perfect Halloween look with those skulls! Love them in the cups and also the cauldron. The black and white with the bit of orange colours on your table add to the creepy look. You have so many wonderful Halloween accessories and have displayed them wonderfully! I really like those crows! The black pumpkins and witch make a terrific centerpiece.

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  13. Ooh, I'm scared! Not really...love the signs...

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  14. Great job Sheila! Lot's of fun stuff. I like the skull heads in the cups! Looks like the stretchy skeletons are fun to work with.

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  15. Stunning Halloween decor! Just what we love to see at the Hauntingly Beautiful Decor Halloween link party! I am really loving all the black. Thank you so much for sharing!

    Amber followtheyellowbrickhome.com

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  16. Sheila, what a spooky and creative table. I love the banner and the cauldron of skulls is definitely scary! So much fun!

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  17. Lunch would be delectably creepy! The skeleton soup cauldron is priceless. Loved your stash -- and if Halloween is anything, it's over-the-top!
    Sandra @ Dinner at Eight

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  18. That is one scary looking Halloween table, Sheila! lol You did a great job pulling it all together. It is BOOtiful! xo Diaa

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  19. Great picture of you, Shelia!
    Those classic white plates are a workhorse for you and look great on all your tables. Such a classic pattern that shines.
    I am loving that table runner you found at TJ Maxx. I don't find the good stuff!

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  20. Nice to meet you Sheila! This table spooks me! That cauldron full of skulls and the skull in the bones - sheer spook! Love it all!

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  21. OH Love it! And here I thought I was the only crazy one who loved skulls....too cool
    Happy Halloween

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  22. What a most fun and spooktacular table to welcome your friends for a great lunch with the gouls and goblins....

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  23. Oh my goodness Sheila! Those skulls! Love them! You really have that magic touch! Creepy and fun all at the same time!

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  24. Halloween is such a fun time of year, when else is it acceptable to serve us skulls in bowls and adorn plates with spiders? You have set such a great table for the holiday. I really love that runner, I hadn't seen anything like it at my TJMaxx or Marshall's. It looks so perfectly vintage! The way you used the banner down the table was a great idea! Thank you for being a part of another fantastic tablescape blog hop!

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  25. Sheila - thank you for sharing this fun table. I especially like the skulls in the oversized coffee cups ! Truly a scary delight !!

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  26. This is such a fun Halloween tablescape!I'm liking the skulls placed in the bowls.

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Sheila

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