Fire burn and cauldron bubble."
I like to use the traditional Halloween colors of black and orange, leavened with white and minimal accent colors. Four colorful salad plates, each with a different design, sit on white plates.
Where did all the spiders come from?
In the center sits a silvered container with faux roses and carnations.
Cute ghosts wave at the witches who have settled on graphic black and white napkins .
I've used my favorite spider web tablecloth, bunching it here and there for casual texture.
Soaring above the table is a fabulous witch on her broom, obviously enjoying herself!
The candle holders were retrieved from their usual spot on top of the kitchen cabinets. I love their aged, ornate look, appropriate for a witch's table!
Those pesky spiders are scampering across the books of spells and potions.
The footed bowl holds who-knows-what!
I borrowed G's vintage decanter and tray from the bar area. The color is a perfectly ghoulish purple.
Matching glasses will no doubt serve mysterious potions.
I played a bit with her portrait, mimicking an old daguerreotype.
You might like to see my other tables at Ready for Potions and Spells and Spiders and Crows.
Dinner plates | Noritake 'Ranier'
Salad plates | Sakura 'Haunted Hideaway'
Flatware | Wm Rogers either 'Daybreak' or 'Elegant Lady'
Cauldrons | Crate & Barrel
Decanter, wine glasses | Farber Brothers 'Krome Kraft' (mid-century, chrome, various colors of Cambridge glass)
Flying witch | Pier 1
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