Thursday, October 31, 2013

Who's Watching You Tablescape/Halloween Replay

Since I haven't had time to create a new Halloween table this year, I thought I would look at last years table. After I saw it I was sad I hadn't put it out again and thought I would share it with everyone again this Halloween. Hope everyone enjoys a Happy and Safe Halloween!

I have been anxiously waiting to use the owl I have blogged about here and here since mid Summer.
 
I have been waiting so much that I almost didn't actually do a tablescape using him! I have been wrapped up in fall fun, kids on break, hubby on vacation, son home from afar, and a trip that I hadn't changed my table since I did this tablescape.
 
So today I made a point to get this table completed so we could enjoy it at least a week before the big day.
 
Let's tour the table and see exactly who is watching us!
 
Who is watching you.....Who is my owl's name.  He stands tall and casts an eerie glare over this spooky table scape.

 
I love the way the candlelight catches the sequins of his attire.


The candlelight in this table scape is more sweet than scary.

 
This dishes in this tablescape are my highly versatile white Food Network favs as well as some really old octagon black plates Wonder Hubby gave me years ago.  The glasses match the black dishes....I've had them for years and never get tired of them.
 
 
The napkins are layered white/ghoul green, white/pumpkin orange or white/midnight black and are caught up in the owl napkin rings I blogged about here.
 

Who isn't the only one watching you at this table.  Each and every glass is peering back at you.  The glass stems are tied with tulle to match Owl's ascot and accented with a spooky spider.

 

Since I am a bit batty, it was only natural that Owl perch on a bat themed cloth.  Bats around the table. 

 
A close up of an owl napkin ring.


I love the witches shoes...there are a couple of different ones in this tablescape....not candy filled though....I can't fill things with candy here because Mini and I can't control ourselves.  I had to threaten to cast a spell on her to keep her out of the candy filled candle holders until after pictures!

 
The signs are several years old and I love finding new spots for them every year.
 
 
 




 


 
The table is set for a Frightening Family dinner or a Ghouls Night out .

Either way we will have a spooktacular time!  Thanks for stopping in....Happy Halloween!
 
 

13 comments:

  1. Hi, and thanks so much for stopping by. I love this table. It is really pretty. Who is doing a wonderful job watching over it for you. :)
    D

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  2. I love your white dishes. They can be used in so many different ways and in every season. Thank you for stopping by and commenting on my blog :-)

    Jocelyn @
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

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  3. Love the way you used the same fabric I did!!! Your table is beautiful. Thanks for stopping by and your kind words.

    Cynthia
    Accomplishedwan.blogspot.com

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  4. Very cute table! Thanks for sharing.

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  5. what a fun fun table you have created! Love it :)

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  6. I'm stopping by for a blog visit from Between Naps on the Porch today. I'm a urge fan of her tablescapes.
    Autumn is my favorite time of year. The colors and textures that you chose are so beautiful.
    The owl is a gorgeous touch to your festive table.

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  7. I just saw the napkin rings and looked at them before I came back to see the full table. I just love this! I'm glad you did it by candlelight because the colors of it look even more Halloweeny and whimsical by candlelight. Really, really excellent job!

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  8. Your table is full of wonderful details. That owl is the best, but love the napkin rings you made too. Thanks for the tutorial. I've been thinking about setting a table with owl details. Just may have to make some of these cute owl rings.

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  9. I love your table! Who is just too cute!

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  10. I love it all!!! Mr. Owl is so sweet. Patty

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  11. Oh I love your table and I love the glasses with all the fun faces, everything looks so festive and scary and fun, I love it all and of course I love the owl decorations...

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  12. So cute! Love what you did with the glasses!

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  13. What a great looking table! Life to the full! Melissa @ DaisyMaeBelle

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