Candlelight Supper: Queen of Halloween Tablescape

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Queen of Halloween Tablescape











I used my mirror again to be the anchor for the centerpiece items.  I think it looks great to have a piece like a mirror, tray, a wooden platter or something to corral your centerpiece items.  It gives a cohesive look to the center of your table. 
  
      I sprayed 3 colors of glitter dust on the golden       spider.


I love pumpkins and love to experiment with redesigning them.  All of these pumpkins I painted with a champagne color paint.  I had removed the stems and added tiny knobs either with crystals or mercury glass.  Each pumpkin had a different "new" stem.









I really love to use a bust in decorating.  I am charmed by their beauty.  This one came from Home Goods.






                   On the left side of the centerpiece, I have used a decorative Mercury glass cloche.

                                                   This is the decorative top on the cloche.


The table I am using is very long   So I extended out the centerpiece.  Putting some items on either side of the bust.  Nothing to detract from my "Queen of Halloween".  She sits the tallest on the table, in the very center.









I used a plastic skull from the Dollar Tree.  Spray painted it a soft gold color.  I then chose to decorate one eye with jewels and pearls.









Loving this Love Potion Bottle from Amazon.  I hung a jeweled faceted ornament to add some richness.










Napkins have a built in sparkle of silver gold.  With a rich antique silver beading.



Please feel free to leave a comment below
  
I will be sharing this post with Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday.
Sharing with Dishing It and Digging It link party.
Sharing with Celebrate Your Story.
Sharing with The Scoop

6 comments:

Alycia Nichols said...

Jiminy Christmas, this is cool!!! This is truly my kind of Halloween tablescape: elegant with just the right amount of spooky. The skull is my favorite with just the one eye embellished. Wow...really slick!

Sandra Lee said...

Wow!! How pretty is this table. We see so many spooky and often gory tables and this one is a breath of fresh air. I'm a bling girl through and through and this table is filled with it. That bust is everything and you transformed that dollar store skull into something that looks like it came from Pier 1.

Barbara Cox said...

Love it all, but your pumpkins with the knobs, to me,
are super clever and beautiful!

Jacqueline said...

Ahh, my partner in bling! Loving every bit of this wonderful table! Definitely need some jewels in my skulls' eye sockets, and the blingy knobs on the gold pumpkins - ooh la la!

thegoodthingscomin said...

Wow, I absolutely love this layout. SO beautiful!! Your skull you made from the dollar store is super creative, makes me want to create my own, too! Thank you for sharing all of this, definitely gives me some great Halloween inspiration!

Sandra Lee said...

Thank you for sharing this at Celebrate Your Story and have a great weekend.