A Halloween Table
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A Halloween Table

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I finally got around to using my Home Goods birthday gift card! I saw this cute jack-o-lantern and knew that it would be perfect on a Halloween table!

napkins and table runner

Then, on a recent trip to Oklahoma, my sister and I stopped in Marshalls and these black and white buffalo check napkins and table runner screamed my name.

I had to take them home!

My first thought was that they would be perfect for a Thanksgiving table.

But then, when I found my jack-o-lantern, I knew that they would be perfect on a fun Halloween table.

jack-o-lantern, velvet pumpkins

I started with the table runner, then added my jack-o-lantern and velvet pumpkins.

pacesetting

Next, came what I call, the basic three.

Placemat, charger and dinner plate.

Halloween pacesetting

These fun salad plates are some of my favorites.

The black and white buffalo napkins, tied with a bow, finish off the place setting!

Jack-0-lantern

A drop of glue attached these shiny spiders to water glasses.

Worried about the glue ruining the glass?

No worries!

The glue pops right off when you are finished using it!

eye balls, candlestick

For a little added fun, I added mismatched candle sticks and put light up eyeballs on top of them.

I made the light up eyeballs last year. If you missed it, you can see them here.

eyeballs, candlesticks

Some black and white candles and small black and white polk-a-dot bowls hold some of my Halloween Crack Candy.

A Halloween Table

However, my favorite part of my Halloween table?

The jack-o-lantern, the eyeballs and the candles all provide a soft glow in the evening!

Putting together a Halloween table doesn’t have to cost much either.

I had most of the stuff on the table, I just picked up a couple of new things.

Definitely my kind of table!

Until next time….

A Halloween Table

If you liked my Halloween table, please don’t forget to Pin it!

Tammy from Patina and Paint

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