Thursday, October 8, 2015

Beewitching Table

Happy Halloween!
I'm joining the Witches
Halloween Party!
I setup this Beewitching table out on our 
back porch this weekend.
It's a combination of milk glass, burlap and lace.
With a few touches of ribbon and pumpkins.
I bought a set of 8 Victorian hat pins on Ebay
and thought they would go great with my witch theme.
I put four in the floral centerpiece -
see the heart shaped pin between the roses -and
four in the napkin rings!

I used black lace gloves to hold my black
and white flatware
 embellished with black
and white checked ribbon with a
Halloween sticker sentiment.
Hobnail milkglass was used for the goblets.
When I was checking the dish pantry I discovered
these adorable milk glass shooty,
which I thought would be great as placecard holders.
Burlap plate chargers, table runner and witches
hats add a modern touch to the milk glass.
And for my orange accent I used 
fire king salad plates
and saucers.


 Please read my post on
to see how I used ribbon, hat pins and stickers
to create these beewitching treats!
I had a lot of fun putting all these
touches together and hope you
enjoyed our Halloween on the Porch!

 I'm Joining:

7 comments:

  1. Well, how much fun is this festive table! So clever to use black lace "witches gloves" as silverware holders!

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  2. I adore this tablescape! The black and white is so pretty and the details are so fun- the gloves and the shoe are particular favorites!

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  3. beautiful and fun table the colors look wonderful.Susie

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  4. Your table is absolutely adorable! I love all of your touches, they speak Happy Halloween. Love your tablerunner, burlap chargers, plates, glasses, centerpiece. I especially love the black lace gloves holding the flatware. What a great idea!

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  5. Beeutiful,
    I adore the whimsy of this Halloween tablescape, dear one!!!
    The table runner puts a smile on my face!!!
    Lovin' the black & white check ribbon!!!
    Thank you for reminding us how much f u n this holiday can be!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  6. Love your black and white theme! Very pretty and spooky! Happy Halloween!

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  7. This was a delight-full party. I feel so creative after looking at your handmade touches. It is the little things, of course, that become the big things.
    Diana

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