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October 26, 2011

Bewitching Gathering

I'm recycling this halloween post from 2011.
Please join me once again for my
Bewitching Gathering!
I'm joining 
Cuisine Kathleen for
Let's Dish  

BNOTP for
Tablescape Thursday 


Halloween
Bewitching Gathering
Winnie Green flew in to check out
this dinner engagement
She brought along some of her favorite things and seated herself on the champagne bucket!  She's surrounded with purple roses, purple sunflowers, skeletons and spiders!
A black crow keeps watch over her as she 
casts her spell on this dinner table...
 She's brought some friends along to check out the food
 Skull bone candy is served
Salt and pepper shakers must be included too!
 Tonight's dinner is served on black dinner plates from the dollar store, Mikasa's Italian Countryside salad plates and the appetizer plates are by TAG called Halloween Black Plaid
 The purple placemats came from T.J. Maxx and the silver flatware are a set that used to be my Mother's called Reflection by Rogers Bros.
 I like their simple cute design!
 Skull and Cross Bones Wine Glasses
from T.J. Maxx
Evening has fallen and the trees look ominous 
in the dark sky!
Perfect for our bewitching gathering!
 Lots of hands help guide your eyes
 Some are rather creepy
She likes the darkness even more!
The chairs have been mummified and blood stains have appeared!
Time to enjoy some food and spirits!
Witches Brew is in order!
A black light adds some special effects!
Having fun with Halloween (adult style!)

Thanks for stopping in- I hope you enjoyed the visit!

Joining Susan at Between Naps on the Porch
for Tablescape Thursdays





31 comments:

  1. This was very be-witching, Liz! You are great at this. xo

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  2. Awesome table Liz. That is one scary looking witch. I spied that owl plate too, sooo cute.

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  3. You look like you really enjoy this All Hollow Ween. I hope you have lots of friends by to enjoy it as well. Thanks for sharring. Richard from My Old Historic House.

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  4. Oh my goodness-This has just enough creepinesss to be fabulous! what a dinner party this would be-Love the witch and the appetizer plates -ahh I so want:-)

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  5. Now this is what a call a creepily fun table. I like everything on it with the possible exception of the red eyed rat. The witch is terrific.

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  6. Very, very creative, Liz! Such a festive and fun tablescape to hit the perfect Halloween note!

    Happy Tablescape Thursday to you...

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  7. Oh my this is spooky and sooo fun!! I bet you had a ball getting it together! The hands are so cool, and the night pictures are scary!! The black light was a good idea! The plates are great, I saw those goblets in HomeGoods, after seeing yours, wish I had bought them!! And the chairs are fun, too, with the blood stains--very creative!!

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  8. This is just spectacular fun!!
    SWuch a great tablescape for the holiday!! But think, in a few days it will all be over and then we start Christmas decorating...I have already started!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  9. What a spooktacular tablescape!

    I created a mad scientists lab this past Monday. I hope you'll come by for a peek and shriek. :)

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  10. Woot, woot! This is crazy great, Liz!!! The little appetizer plates are really cute...I love the plaid on the rims. You could use those for other 'scapes by just sitting a bowl on the Halloween figure. Cool!!! Lots of fun scary things to look at. The various hands are really fun! You did a great job!!!

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  11. You visited my blog a while ago but I'm catching up and wanted to stop by. What a fun tablescape! I see you are from Traverse City...what a lovely place to live. We've vacationed in the Petosky/Harbor Springs area and totally enjoyed it. Sorry it took me so long to get here...

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  12. Forgot to tell you I'm a new follower. :o)

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  13. That witch is just fabulous as a centerpiece to your festive table!

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  14. HI Liz! I LOVE your Halloween table and the outdoor settng is perfect! All the details are wonderful, your witch is great!!! Love the dishes too. XO, Pinky

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  15. Spooky! Those hands are quite eery. Love your fun frightning table that you've put together. Especially the night pictures.

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  16. Really a be-witching...

    A lil cutie though. Love all your accessories. So gorgeous. Shame that Sweden don't have this kind of stuffs.

    Greetings from a chilly Stockholm,
    /chie

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  17. I love those appetizer plates. Great table. Each and every detail is so much fun for Halloween!

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  18. Hi lovely lady.
    Your Halloween tablescape so fabulous, with all the accessories you have put together for this night time party. The appetizer plates are so sweet. Thanks so much Liz for your comments on my post.
    I hope you have a great weekend.
    XXOO Diane

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  19. Hey, Liz! Just stopped back by because I thought this was so cool and I wanted to show the lady here in the doctor's office! Have a good weekend!

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  20. I don't know why I keep missing your new posts! This is a wonderfully creative Halloween tablescape, Liz.
    I hope you're having a great weekend!
    ~ Wendi ~ xo

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  21. Liz that is just fantastic! Oh I just adore your witchy lady. :)

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  22. Love your Hallowen decor! Hope you are having a great weekend!...hugs...Debbie

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  23. Am in love with that witch. Wantonewantonewantone.

    Fantastic table setting.

    Have a happy Halloween. xx

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  24. I am bewitched by your tablescape and your FUN creativity. No one wants to play with me this Halloween eve.
    I have to go looking for those hand candle holders.

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  25. Just fabulous!Love the witchy and wonderful centerpiece. Happy Halloween,
    Babs

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  26. Really cute table! My mother had Reflection, too!

    You have really put so much effort into this table -- I am lazy!

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  27. A great table for the witching hour.. this year with a full moon. Happy Haunting! xo marlis

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  28. Great table! Love the purples with all this back, and Winnie Green is adorable. I have a set of those cute plates. Aren't they fun?
    Happy Halloween.....Sarah

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  29. Very creative and lots of fun for your guests too!

    Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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