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October 24, 2012

Ghoulish Dining!


Early in the day the table was set.  Winnie Green the witch dropped back in to make sure everything was just the way she wanted!

She cast her magic out over the table like a lasso.  Soon a soft glow of light began where the wine is cooling

 Black cat masks are included so everyone can be in
the right spirit! 

The layers began with silky pumpkin placemats...
 
Winnie's favorite green chargers make the perfect backdrop for the black and white dinner plates and the spiders are keeping things stylishly creepy!




These crows are partying dudes!  They've 
brought along buckets of hocus pocus to 
keep things fun!

Only the best ghouls are invited!

Donning their party hats and all aglow
for the evening's fun!

 The wine has been chillin' for hours!
 Winnie's light show creates just the right ambiance....don't you agree??

 Candles are lit! 
Time to dig in!

We're having Graveyard Goulash!!

And some spiced red wine!

Thanks for visiting!


Charges- Michaels (Easter)
Dinner Plates- Horchow, labeled CMG
Crackle Wine glasses Pier 1 Imports
Ascot striped candle globes from MacKenzie Childs
Paper covered Skeleton heads from T.J. Maxx
Orange glitter garland from The Candle Factory (Traverse City)
Purple Napkins from Home Elements (Traverse City)
Napkin Rings from Pier 1 Imports (Halloween is 1/2 off now)
Cat Masks are by TAG, purchased last year
Party dude Crows from Hobby Lobby
Hocus Pocus buckets from Pier 1 Imports
Silver Champagne bucket from a thrift store
Hats on Skeleton heads from Cracker Barrel
Flatware same as my last Tablescape from One Kings Lane (no pattern name)
Pumpkin Placemats from T.J. Maxx last year 
Both tablecloths from last year (T.J. Maxx and Amazon)

I will be joining 
Between Naps on The Porch 
for

Cuisine Kathleen 
for
Let's Dish

A Fancful Twist for
the Halloween Blog Party

The Tablescaper for

This post was featured at
Between Naps on the Porch
as seen "here"
Thank you Susan!

41 comments:

  1. How gorgeous, you're tablescape is so eeky, but elegant too!! I don't mind having dinner, goulash, that is, in your grave yard table setting, lol..With my best friend in school we used to go to a pretty near by graveyard and have a sandwich, we thought it was such brave thing we did, but really, we weren't scared at all! SO..I don't mind your table..hehehehe
    Big hugs,
    FABBY

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  2. Wow, what a great job you did on your ghoulish table. The masks are the perfect touch for each guest. I love your main course, too. Your guests will have a fabulous time!

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  3. I'm in love!!! I am really love the orange glitter garland stuff! You could do do much with it! Thanks for letting us know Pier one is 50% off now. I must go check them out!

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  4. Really cute! I love the purple in this tablescape!

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  5. What a bewitching table! I love the cat masks and accents of purple at your table! Winnie's glittery light show is spooktacular :)

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  6. And what time shall I be there? I would be happy to bring some Fine Wine! :)

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  7. Wow, everything looks ready for Halloween :) I love the black spider-web tablecloth.

    Hugs,
    Stephanie

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  8. Wow, you successfully made Halloween elegant -- who knew that was even possible.....!

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  9. Seriously, you've out done yourself Liz! LOVE the table topper!

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  10. Oh wow....great tablescape! Love the green witch, the tablecloth, the black cat masks! Thanks for sharing...hope your ghouls had a great time. Visiting from Between Naps on the Porch.

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  11. Liz, this is amazing! I love the colors, the tablecloth...really everything! I'd love to share it with my readers next Wednesday if that's okay. What a wonderful Halloween setting!

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  12. DANG, girl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DANG!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is so cool! I love the light Winnie is throwing down from her light fixture perch. Very creative idea! That's one of the coolest things I've seen in awhile! I love the mix of colors with the bright green charger leading the pack. I haven't been in a Pier 1 in awhile (trying to suppress that urge to shop and spend!), so I completely missed those napkin rings. They are really, really cool! All the colors in them give you lots of choices! I like the black cat masks, too! This is terrific!!!

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  13. Fabulous table, Liz! Love the spiderweb table topper...but the witch is my favorite.

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  14. 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 witch is my favorite touch.

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  15. Absolutely an amazing Halloween table. The detail is perfection and the layers of the tablecloth is a great background. Winnie's story is great and I love her perched in the chandelier. Very creative!

    Thanks, Pam

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  16. This is so much fun...so whimsical! I love seeing Winnie peering down onto the table from the chandy. I also love how everything seems to sparkle.

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  17. Winnie is back! She is so cute. Love this table, so fun and whimsical. I love that striped bowl. Cute pumpkin shaped placemats too.

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  18. Winnie is back! She is so cute. Love this table, so fun and whimsical. I love that striped bowl. Cute pumpkin shaped placemats too.

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  19. Your tablescape is awesome, Liz! So much creativiy and your accessories are amazing. Freaky but very cute!...Christine

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  20. Oh! This table is pretty, fun, and scary! Love the witch in the chandelier and her magic spun down to the table; the crows and the skulls in party hats; and those cat masks are just sooo cute. Great ideas! laurie

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  21. Wow, Liz, this is awesome! You have really outdone yourself! Now, I have to hop over to your other blog and see more beauty in your world!

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  22. Is that not cute or what? I love it!!!

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  23. Love Winnie and her beautiful party :)
    Happy Halloween
    Xoxo
    Gina
    Come visit my Halloween party :)



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  24. An elegant Halloween party. That graveyard goulash looks yummy.

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  25. A delicious party post. Thank you.

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  26. I love those halloween masks! I've got some at my Idle Bakes party too:) What a yummy and fun party, thanks so much for having me.
    Happy Halloween! Please come party with me at my 2 separate Halloween parties:

    http://idlebakes.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/the-witching-hour-halloween-2012.html

    http://www.kikiandthegypsy.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/into-woods-halloween-2012.html

    See you there for cackles and cake!

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  27. Well now, this is Hallow's Eve Partying in Style, it is! And the Ghoulish Casserole looks yummy and warm...a lovely setting indeed!

    Happy Halloween!
    Boo To You From Roo
    http://roostreehouse.typepad.com/

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  28. Your Halloween table decorations have inspired me to no end! What an amazing effort you have made! I can only hope to be as half as good as this.

    Thank you for sharing!
    Happy Hauntings
    QueenCreative

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  29. What a beautiful table! To be greeted with a sight like that certainly would start the magic of the night!

    A delight to the eyes!
    ....and to the stomach...that goulash looked fantastic!

    Happy Halloween,
    Cameron
    Paint Myself Pretty

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  30. Love Winnie and those Halloween masks. Thank you for your kind comment on my party post, and have a happpy Halloween!

    Victoria from Brushstrokes

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  31. I love your tablescape, mask favors and Winnie of course! I love her magic flowing down from above. How creative!

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  32. Your tablescape is spectacular!!!!!

    Wish I had been there for sure, clink clink!!

    Thank you so much for being a part of this extra magical season!!

    ♥ Vanessa

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  33. I just love this! I don't know what is my favorite part, the little masks on the place setting or the whole Winnie the Witch on the light fixture with her "spells" going down to the table. That's just about as creative as anything I've ever seen.

    I really, really love it!

    I'm so glad I finally had a few minutes this morning to visit.

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  34. Absolutely gorgeous tablescape! The colors are so rich and all the details just make it a feast for the eyes...beautiful! Oh...and the graveyard goulash looks delicious too!

    Angela
    http://www.whimsyways.blogspot.com

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  35. Thank You for stopping by our cemetary! Edgar and I loved having you!

    What a beautiful Halloween Table!

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  36. I love it!! It is perfect! I love the spider cloth, green chargers and the black & white candle holder. I like how it glows.

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  37. Every detail is perfection. It's whimsy, elegant and scary all in one. Amazing. Patty

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  38. Ohhh, wonderful! We are kindred Spirits with the purple lights! Happy Halloween!
    Hugs,
    Anne
    www.alittlefurinthepaint.blogspot.com

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  39. I want to dine with you any time! Later we could join Ms Witch and swing from the chandelier! She is adorable! I love the masks too! Cheers!

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  40. Now that's a fabulous setting! And I'm hungry! :)

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