Hello sweet friends !
Hope you all are doing great and preparing for Halloween.
I finished all the cleaning and washing and arranging all I could in the new reno quarters of the house. The guest rooms look wonderful and now I'm trying to decorate the best I can, buying new comforters, sheets, spreads and little accessories, specially for the new bathroom. Hope I can share it next week.
For the time been I was happy to create my Halloween 2016 table setting, incorporating a little of the black and white 'Mackenzie-Childs inspiration' I did lately and, some of you have seen it too. If you haven't here it is again, lol..
Here you have it.
HAPPY HALLOWEEN !
|For my Halloween 2016 I used a tablecloth I made back in the Summer from a piece of cloth I found on sale for $4.50. Never used it for any tablescape here in the breakfast room, I thought it was perfect for this spooky spread.|
|I started with an orange dinner plate, a black salad plate and the black teacup is from another set as well.|
|The cloche in the centerpiece is very ghoulish with that 'ugly skull' and my Mil's antique poem book and keys.|
|The skull has batteries and it 'screams horribly' and red lights flick thru the eye cavities... the girls love it...hehehee|
|A little Halloween in the buffet incorporating the new black and white check M.CH. inspiration.|
|The ugly skull is doubled faced, in front and back, lol..|
|A simple vignette in the other buffet incorporating the witch hat as center stage.|
Thank you dear friends for your sweet comments, you always make my day !
Thanking the lovely hostesses for having me at their great parties.
I will join:
Anything Goes PINK Saturday
Simple Saturday Blog Hop
Saturday Show off
The Bouquet of Talent Party
Dishing & Digging it
Creative Mondays Blog hop
Mix it up Monday
Amaze Me Monday
Inspire Me Tuesday
TUESDAYS AT OUR HOME
Make it Pretty Monday
Wow Us Wednesday
Share Your Cup
Home & Garden Thursday
Home Sweet Home
Grace at Home
Foodie Friday and Everything else
A Morning Cup of Joe
Our Holiday Journey
Cooking and Crafting with J & J