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Eating Crow- Halloween Tablescape

Eating Crow Halloween Tablescape

Eating Crow Halloween Tablescape
My cute friend Penny just came back from Spain and brought me this beautiful Orange tablecloth and so I knew it would be perfect to use for an Elegant Halloween Dinner..including roasted crow under glass! (Insert Wicked laugh here)
Eating Crow Halloween Tablescape
I brought out my grandma's elegant colorful crystal stemware from Germany that I inherited from her. They are amazingly gorgeous. Remember when I used them for Easter Here I love that they are so versatile!


Here are the "boot"- iful orange colored napkin rings that I love to use! 
 The little black stones I had...and just used a paint pen to write little spooky messages on them for my guests.

Notice I used my little white porcelain balls with black lettering on them for placecards. I also used them in a black and white tablescape with a touch of Pink HERE

I love this big white pitcher...this time I added some black ribbon to make it look like big stripes going around it.
 I did this for the fourth of July with Red ribbon..you can see it HERE
Black and white pitcher using ribbon
On top of the black and white toile plates I placed another larger amber colored goblet to use for the dessert...
"Death by chocolate Mousse"!

Halloween tablescpae Eating crow
Hope this inspired you to use what you may already own in new and different ways without spending a dime!



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54 comments:

  1. Love the idea of writing on the black stones! I thought they were mini oval napkin rings... very unique!!!! Love the table scape (as always!)!!!!

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  2. Girlfriend you are so welcome anytime! I love having company for dinner:)
    I'll look into the center piece link, I love creativity like that!
    Terry

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  3. Love the table setting, the crow under glass is so cute. Thanks for the giveaway!

    Mary L

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  4. Your crow under glass is perfect with the leaves. I like the black details here The napkins rings are so cute and I love the Boo....clever. Black and white is always elegant. I am your newest follower.Stop by and say hello Linda

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  5. I love the crow under glass! Yet another reason that I need to find a cloche! I love your elegant and spooky table!

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  6. Spooky! Now I really want some butternut squash and apple soup! (Random) It is a Fall favorite of mine. I love your tablescape. The how-too is also great. So many people don't understand how to create vignettes. Thanks for stopping by, I'm glad I could participate in your Centerpiece party!

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  7. Love the crow! Love the black and white dishes! love the napkin rings!
    So creative!

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  8. So cute and fun! Love the crow under glass. The many layers make it a very appealing table. Love the napkin rings and the added BOO!!

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  9. I do like your crow under the cloche. It's a good way to keep him quiet. Great job on the table pulling everything together -- very clever using stones for spooky message on the napkin rings. I like the ribbon around the white pitcher -- you know how much I like your napkin rings! Joni

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  10. Thanks for stopping by Currently Chic! Glad you liked my pumpkin bowls!

    You have a great web site! Love your grandmother's crystal and the pumpkins! They have such a nice color. How clever of you to dress your plain white pitcher in stripes! Thanks for the idea!

    Come back and visit again some time. I'm following you and hope you will follow me on twitter! Is there a way to subscribe via email or just via Atom?
    See you soon at Currently Chic!
    Warmly,
    CC
    http://currentlychic.com

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  11. This is wonderful, I love when people re-use what they have in wonderful ways. So creative.

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  12. Centerpiece Wednesday is a great idea ....I just linked w/your blog for the first time. Crow in Cloch is cleverly used...Fun Halloween ideas...Thanks for stopping by. Sharon

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  13. I love how all the subtle colors blend into a very festive table!

    RaineyGhoul!

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  14. What a great tablescape! Love the crow.

    Irma :)

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  15. Oh lovely.. lovely tablescape!! I loved the 'boo napkin' holder

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  16. So cute & clever...roasted crow under glass! Death by Chocolate Mousse is the way I want to go :-)

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  17. What a great idea for Halloween or any holiday to add ribbon color to anything white. Love your tablescape.

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  18. Your table looks spooktacular! La

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  19. Love this table! I'm a true fan of Halloween and love what you've put together. thanks for the give away, those peach napkin rings will look great on MY halloween table!

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  20. Your posts are always full of great ideas! I'm still giggling about serving "crow under glass"! Those napkin rings would be the PERFECT touch when I set a table with Grandma Rachel's Admiral pattern.

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  21. Your fun yet boo---tiful tablescape is a delight. Love using the black and white items. They interact so nicely. Thanks for sharing.

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  22. Omg, this is so clever.. love the stones, love the german crystal, love the table topper, love the dishes.. well I just love it all..

    Good thing you kept the pesky crow at bay under the cloche.. otherwise your diners might be pecked to death during the death by chocolate!

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  23. What a great idea to put the crow under glass. And, the ribbon around your white pitcher is a great idea as well. I never would have thought of that. Thanks for the inspirations.

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  24. Love the crow under the cloche! Clever! Lovely tablescape!

    Judy@cutest-little-things

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  25. Where do I begin? Love your grandmother's stemware. Love the black stone (so cute). Love the black and white (one of my absolute favorite combinations). BUT, the best is your awesome idea on how to use those goblets. Looks like that little crow might attempt to dive right into the chocolate but if he dares to get in my way it will surely be DEATH BY CHOCOLATE.

    Thanks for stopping by my little corner.

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  26. Oh, WOW...what a perfect color...peach. That just so happens to be the "new" color I'm using to decorate my Family Room with right now. Since my dining room is at the end of this room...well you know how wonderful those new napkin rings would look on my table? Yeh, you know don't you? Happy Halloween and I've got my fingers crossed...toes too.

    Jan @ BellaCasa

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  27. Karin,thanks so much for the nice comment,and yes the spider video creeped me out also.(*&*)
    -Jo
    -LazyonLoblolly

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  28. PS...."LET'S EAT CROW",I've been practicing up.I eat crow all the time.hehehe
    -Jo

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  29. I love the roasted crow under glass! lol Your table is so cute. I enjoyed your post very much!

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  30. I love how you have put together your Halloween table. The crow makes a great centerpiece. Of course I love your napkin ring too! You've given me some good ideas.
    Thanks!
    Rita

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  31. You have such sweet style; I can't imagine you ever eating crow! I always enjoy your posts and get such great ideas for tablescapes. Happy fall!

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  32. What a spooktacular table!

    Writing on the black stones is very creative.

    It is amazing how we reuse the same table accessories again and again, but in a different way.

    - The Tablescaper

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  33. Love this table!!! It's fun and festive...very creative! I'd much rather have "crow under glass" than "eat crow". Your napkin rings are adorable...great ideas and inspiration.

    Thanks for visiting Artfully Graced. Your comments are truly appreciated. BTW...the "pears" are actually dried gourds. Don't you just love them!
    Jane (artfully graced)

    ps Where in TX...we lived in Plano for 7 years...

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  34. Hello friend...

    What a fun and festive table!!! Love the crow under glass...hmm, that is spooky! wink! Wow...your orange tablecloth that your friend gifted you with is gorgeous!!! Love all that pretty lace trim! It's the perfect foundation for this beautiful table, my friend! Ohh...and I love, love, LOVE your black damask plates! I'd love to have a set of those. Enjoyed seeing your Grandma's fabulous goblets again...they're lovely on this table!

    I love your preachy/orange colored napkin rings! They would look sooo pretty with the autumn dishes that I am using with my present tablescape! How sweet of you to do this giveaway for us! Ohhh yes...please do throw my name in the hat!!!

    Thank you for sharing your gorgeous table with us...as well as doing this sweet giveaway! This is such a treat!!!

    Warmest autumn wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

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  35. This is so pretty for Halloween -- love the newest color of your napkin rings and your crow under glass is so cute ....maybe I'll have to "catch" one of the crows on my table this week too.

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  36. What a fun tablescape!! Love Halloween time.

    Karen Cook
    jaycook@comcast.net

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  37. I really love your table setting. The idea of "faking" stripes on the pitcher is wonderful. Your goblets are gorgeous and I love the black and white balls...so clever. As for "crow under glass"...I think I'll pass, I don't eat dark meat!

    Would love to have the napkin rings!

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  38. Fa-Boo-Lous! Thanks for the inspiration. Great blog!

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  39. I want your crow AND the napkin rings! lol Love your table. Happy TT!

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  40. Great work putting these all together! It looks wonderful.

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  41. Oh I so love this table setting and I "NEED" THOSE NAPKIN RINGS...EIGHT TO BE EXACT:)!
    hugs dear girl!
    Terry
    PS I bet Roasted Crow tastes' like Cream of Dirty Sock Soup:)...

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  42. Oh please tell me you didn't roast the crow! He's much too cute for that! I love your table and the napkin rings are so pretty. I thought the black stones were also part of them until I read differently.

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  43. Love the porcelain balls for place cards. So creative!!

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  44. mooooahahahahaha! moooahahahahaha!
    I vant to vin the napking rings!! :D
    (In dracula voice)

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  45. What a Boo-tiful table! Love it love it! Thanks for sharing. Please consider me for the napkin rings!

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  46. Such a fun table, and yet it is elegant at the same time. Love the crow under glass, and your idea of putting ribbons around the pitcher is so clever. Please enter me in the drawing. I'd love to win a set of your napkin rings. laurie

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  47. Your table scapes always sobeautiful. I have always loved looking at what you've been up too. I love the napkin rings I got earlier this year from you. My friend and I used both our sets together at our friend reunion. Another set, would be wonderful too. Thanks for the chance.
    Take care and have a blessed night.

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  48. I like your tablescape be'caws' it strikes a wonderful balance between whimsy and sophistication. The 'striped' pitcher is a great idea. Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay

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  49. I love the crow under the cloche -there is just something spooky about crows I love these napkkin rings

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  50. Beautiful table, love the new orange cloth, it's perfect on your table. Yes, I agree, the crow under the cloche. I did an "Eating Crow" tablescape for Halloween too but not your same colors. http://jbiggslittlepieces.blogspot.com/2012/10/eating-crow.html

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  51. Karin, this is super cute! Love it all - your plate stack & goblets on them, the place card eyeballs :), the napkin rings, and stripes on the pitcher. The crow under dome set on the great cloth your friend gifted you is classic for the season.
    Rita C at Panoply

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    1. Thank you Rita for your kind comments! It was fun putting this together and playing on the words "eating crow" 😂😂

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