Last Updated on 2020-10-16 by Linda
It is almost time for Halloween and that means a new table. I love changing the decor over from Thanksgiving/Fall to full fledged spookyville. Lou also seems to like the Halloween Changeover. Do you create a Halloween Table?
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For 2016 I went with a basic napkin fold with my skeletons as props. I also create a second table with pumpkins and scarecrows, I mean why stick with one right? I truly love to search through my home and my little tickle trunk of decorations and create fun tablescapes.
Napkins and Skeletons for Halloween Decor
A perfect Crown fold seemed the perfect backdrop for my little plastic Skeletons and adding some fangs and poison vials made the spookiest little settings at each plate. The fold itself is very easy and one I will recreate for you on the blog.
Easy Wineglass Halloween decor and S&P Shakers
Last year I picked up some pumpkin and bat tape on clearance. I actualy forgot all about it till I unpacked my decorations this year. Lightbulb idea, lets add some fun halloween decor to the wine glasses. It adds a simple little festive touch.
Over the years I have also became my Nana. I have a collection of Salt and Pepper shakers that rivals her collection. My eyeball pair and pumpkin set were found at Cracker Barrel. They always have an awesome collection of seasonal items.
My Potion Bottles and place Settings.
Over the years I have collected many a Potion Bottle, truth be told Harry Potter Fan so would you expect any different. They have been used to decorate window sills and coffee tables in the past. This year I opted to add them to the table. Contemplating using them as Water Bottles to serve my guests.
I used my black place setting and Orange chargers to re-create Halloween colours
Spooky Trees and Poison Vials
The Spooky tree centrepiece has been in my possession for years. I have used it as an outdoor decoration, a centrepiece on the coffee table and now the center of my dining table. Surrounding it with gourds, pumpkins and a few mini wooden coffins makes it the perfect Ghoulish table