Sunday, October 26, 2014

Trick or Treat Tea

Halloween tabletop  a little kookie and a little creepy. So join us now for an adventure of laughs and screams. LOL.  
The creatures crawl about the table greeting you with spooky sounds, which will keep you hopping at the table.
The beginning of this crafty table are the placemats, napkins, and runner with silver webs on black. Woven by the spiders inviting you to join them at the table. The white dinner plate sets the first layer.   
The accent of the Jack-o-lantern knife creates for you a way to spread honey butter on your hot pumpkin bread.  
The lacey spider web accent plate creates the feel of Halloween.
Beware of spiders and insects as you reach for you napkin. Things are not what they seem.
You are invited to view your full place setting. The lighted silver Jack-O-Lantern will cast shadows as you view your meal.
Who knew that spiders could come in unusual colors. The green spiders are crawling on your goblet. As the lights dim the white spider will cast an eerie glow.  
Hanging around the west end of the table is Miss Spidee directing skeletons and spiders on their mission.
Fear not the headstone is not yours, it is Diane Rott.
Which plate would you choose? The skull and crossbones?

The witch on her broomstick?

The haunted house with its secret doorways and scary cats?

Or the scary cat?

Mister Skel E. Tonn also pulls the strings for skeletons to frighten the hooting owl atop of the tree candle holder.
Below him is the marker for Mr. Hugh R. Next, not for you unless you are B. Leevit or R. Knott
To warm your heart beats and calm your nerves, grasp you hands around the golden mug.
Serving you the bubbling brew out of the bright orange teapot is guarded by Army ants and ghosts.

Miss Spidee loves her necklace and top hat.
The watchful owl hoots as each hour passes as he guards the candle lighted tree.
Hanging from tree to tree are rattling bones as the night wind moans. 
The haunting house appears in view, will you be brave enough to step up to the door or will the spiders send you running in retreat?
The Jack-O-Lantern face sends you a grin to keep you here and fill your dreams with a haunting Halloween.

All of the nightly creatures come to close your evening of "Happy Hauntings".



I will be posting this on the following tea blogs; 
and
Bernideen's Tea Time Blog,
along with
the blogs of;
Cuisine Kathleen,
A Stroll Thru Life,
A Delightsome Life,
and
Between Naps on the Porch,
and
are some of my favorites and
I will also post on them this week!

7 comments:

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Your chandelier really caught my eye. Lovely! You have set a very creative table. Thank you for joining me for tea and have a wonderful week.

Blessings,
Sandi

Beth L. said...

What a "scarily" fun tea party. I especially like th is plates.

Micupoftea said...

Nice details! Love your Haunted House figurine. The orange teapot and luncheon plates are perfect :)

Rosemary and Thyme said...

What a fun and festive table. I love everything about it. So many wonderful details. The plates are perfect.

Have a great week,

Janet

Denise said...

What a blast :) So much fun in one room.I will take the Cat plate.You have such a large Halloween dining collection.Large and pretty plus full of FUN-I enjoyed the post-Denise

Carrie said...

Great Halloween tea! I really like...well, everything. The plates are really cool--I think the witch is my favorite. The spiderweb placemats are perfect, and I really like the spider goblets, and I know where you got them :). Have a great weekend!

Cass @ That Old House said...

With all the magnificence of this Halloween table, do you know what caught my eye? YOUR DINING ROOM CHAIRS. They are gorgeous.

Of course, so is your tablescape. Creative, spooky, and funny. Perfect.

How is the pup?
:-)
Cass