Witchy Woman Halloween Tablescape - The Style Sisters

Witchy Woman Halloween Tablescape

By The Style Sisters - Monday, October 08, 2012

Halloween is just around the corner!

A couple of years ago I did this Witchy Woman tablescape and so I wanted to share it with you again.

First I took a witch hat and stuffed it with dish towels to make it stand up and added some faux berries and spider webs for color drama.

I used a golden colored tablecloth so the black would really pop.

Aren't these salad plates fabulous! Unique witch plates in fun colors..all different from each other set atop my black and white lettered plates. I used my gold charger plates flipped upside down with black side up for a great look! I love being able to use something in two different ways,
I used black napkins with a white berry wreath napkin ring
You can see the crow under glass and glass apothecary jar filled with black lettered porcelain balls for a haunting look.

This is one of my favorite ideas...take a white pitcher and wrap colored ribbons around it and hot glue in place. Remember when I did it here? Perfect idea for any holiday!

Use things from around the house to add dimension to your table. Take any glass jar and fill it with unique things...like baseballs, rubber and balls, even lightbulbs...random things massed together look fabulous!

I wish I still has this cute little triangular piece...it broke when we moved :(

Add spider webbing to your Halloween table also add a little sparkle...I used this silver Christmas candle holder and it just works!

Think outside the box as you create your Halloween tablescape to share a meal with family and friends.

Happy Halloween a little bit early :)

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Between naps on the porch

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  1. Love this table. Those witch plates are so fun and I love the hat too. Very fetching for Halloween.

  2. Karen, this is a fun table. Those little witch plates add sparkle and a touch of humor. Very cute table for Halloween.........Sarah

  3. Karin, Love your witchy table setting, where did you get the witchy plates? I adore them.

    1. Lynne, I believe they were a gift from my cute mom....I assume she got them from tjmaxx a few years ago. Funny story...a cute friend of mine saw my plates when I posted a few years ago and she told me "hey I have a couple of those same plates...some broke and I only have two left...you should have them" how cute is she! Thanks Hunani for giving me those other two plates...I love them!

  4. Love the table setting perfect for Halloween! Thanks for hosting again this week, Laura

  5. Karin, what a fun table you've share! Those plates are adorable!! Thanks for hosting.

  6. Hi Karin,
    What unique and clever ideas you have here. Bet everyone will get a big kick out of this table. Loved the idea about adding the ribbon to your pitcher with hot glue..........looks great in both pictures.
    Just might have to give that a try sometime.
    Thanks so much for hosting. You're linky party is growing fast!
    Blessings, Nellie

    1. Thanks Nellie...I love the ribbon wrapped around the pitcher too! I saw a striped pitcher on pottery barns website a while back and thought it was so fun but didn't want to put out the money for another pitcher and that is when the thought occurred to me to wrap ribbon around my white pitcher!
      Hugs, Karin

  7. Love your tablescape and what you did with the witches hat as a centerpiece!! The china is so perfect. It was a delight to see and I'm so glad you reshared it as I wasn't blogging last year and I missed it. Also thanks for hosting!!! N.

  8. How adorable! Always love your centerpiece inspirations.

  9. A great be-witching table!! Love the plates and great tip on the pitcher. love it! xo marlis

  10. Seeing your very fun table makes me think I'd better get moving on a Halloween table.

  11. I love your tablesetting--love the witch hats and the wonderful china you've used! So nice to hear from you over at my blog, and glad that you enjoyed my victrola cabinet.



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