Monday, October 12, 2015

RSVP : Rattling Skeltons and Voodoo Party


Halloween
Time for The Party 
Halloween is always exciting when shopping in stores viewing all the displays. I was enjoying all the fun and collected the skeletons which seemed prevalent this year. Pretending to be a little spooky, is just for fun at the party!
May all of you have an imageable Halloween!
 The centerpiece has all the tricks and treats for a Happy Halloween!
 Candles and Flowers share the centerpiece.
 Grins and Heads strike a pose.
 Our Mr. Skeleton waves you over ready to tip his top hat.
 Our Mrs. Skeleton dressed in her finest.
 We are centered for the party!
 A Skeleton teapot filled with herbs and spiders to warm your goose bumps.
 Mr. Sparkle Groom rides to the party carrying............
 Mrs. Sparkle Bride and her jack-o-lantern..............
 in their shiny black Carriage.
 Yoodoo Hoodoo will be cursed?
Quickly rub the Crystal skeleton Head maybe you won't become a Victim of the Dead!
Hurray, hurray and take a seat so you can eat some wiggley worm pie and tarantula tart! 

 The raven perched upon the branch ready to swoop down on his prey.
 The skeleton head with many teeth makes your teeth chatter from facing the haunted truth.
 Read the words and learn the fact that Halloween is a pleasure treasure.
 A spoon to sip the spider soup, a fork to stab the slithering snake and a knife to crave a crusty cake!
 A silver head to name your place, a girlie skeleton for you to shake!
 Spiders on Skeletons will sprinkle either pepper or salt.
 Or maybe a boy skeleton for you to take!
 Lighted candles surrounding..............
 the hot pot of tea.
 The tea is ready for your taste and candy corn tossed so catch your treat.
 Keep a tumbler or a mug for a spicy drink.
 Peek through the skeleton to view the potion!
Either mug has..............
 a skeleton you can choose to slurp a hotty toddy!
 Breath taking blooms to scent the party.
 Sprinkle Salt and Pepper over your shoulder from either potions or spells,
 one of the jack-o-lanterns,
 an orange or black spider,
 and use with caution the skulls for spiders bite!
A tower of skeleton skulls has the spoken words of Halloween!
I will be posting this on the following tea blogs; 
and Bernideen's Tea Time Blog,
along with the blog of;
Between Naps on the Porch,
and
are some of my favorites and
I will also post on them this week!

26 comments:

Ruth W said...

What an incredible teaset! How fun! And I love your skeleton mugs. What a perfect table for halloween! Wow! Thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!
Ruth

Bernideen said...

Oh my goodness - definitely Halloween at your house!

Margie said...

Your Halloween-themed table is a spooktacular TREAT! Love everything from the clever "RSVP" title to the cool skeleton tea set!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Another creative tablescape, Pam. Thank you for joining me for tea and have a lovely week.

Blessings,
Sandi

FABBY'S LIVING said...

OMG, OMG, OMG!!! The Halloween dishes and specially the skull teapot, tea mugs, everything my friend.... is simply to die for!
Very inspiring, I don't know where to begin after looking at this awesome Halloween creation!
Thanks for your sweet visit and for bringing me here!
FABBY

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

OH my goodness Pam, you have completely outdone yourself on this Halloween table!! The centerpiece, candles,plates, mugs, salt and peppers and the teapot, oh my the teapot, all add to the frightful, yet fun mood. I hope you're having guests over so that they can enjoy all of this fun!!

relevanttealeaf said...

Frightfully spooktacular! Did you put this entire Halloween/Day of the Dead collection together this year? You've been VERY busy! It seems Halloween is gaining in popularity and possibly even surpassing Thanksgiving. Happy fall!

The Charm of Home said...

You have so many cute dishes for the Halloween season. I can never find any when I look. Fun table!

Deanna Rabe said...

That is an amazing table!

Deanna

Christine said...

Wow! This is what I call spooky! I don't think i can look at this in the dark if I am alone, lol. Love the table, very creative, Pat!...Christine

Monica @ Texas Fiesta Ware Fan said...

Your table is FANTASTIC! LOVE IT ALL! Your post is fabulous!

Karen said...

Oh My!
You are amazing! Such fun and spooky too! Love the skeleton teapot and all of your fabulous Hallowe'en decor! Your blogspot is always such an entertaining visit! Happy Tea Day! Thank you for making me smile! I better get ready for Hallowe'en now. Karen

Teresa Sjönberg said...

Oh Wow! You are going to celebrate Halloween big time! Your table looks spooky and horrible in a good way! Have a nice week! I love your skull plates!

Kathleen Rogers said...

Love this! I NEED that runner too!!! Have a Boo-Tea-ful day!

Valerie Roberts said...

Oh how fun! You have thought of all the details and again such fun. I love your tablescape. You have some absolutely charmingly spooky items. I love it!

Ann Krucek said...

That little carriage with the skeletons is adorable! What a fun Halloween table!! I enjoyed all the details.

Pinky at Designs by Pinky said...

This is amazing!!! I don't decorate for Halloween anymore, I gave all my witches, ghosts and skeletons to my daughter. I love this! This is the best Halloween table I have seen! I can't decide what is my favorite thing, they are all so great!

Kathleen said...

Hi Pam! Love your table, perfectly Halloweeny! You have quite the collection! Love the little carriage!

Kim Hood said...

Wow! What a collection you have! I had to laugh so many times! Thanks for the entertaining and creative table. :-) Happy Halloween!

Penny @ Penny's Vintage Home said...

Your Halloween table is just amazing...so many fun pieces! If I had to pick a favorite...and that would be hard to do...it would be the skeleton head tea pot! hugs...

Penny @ Penny's Vintage Home said...

Your Halloween table is just amazing...so many fun pieces! If I had to pick a favorite...and that would be hard to do...it would be the skeleton head tea pot! hugs...

Aida said...

Impressive Halloween vignette. Complete with story and presentation. Love the position and spells. But my fave of them all is the skull teapot.

Enjoy Halloween.

Blessings,
Aida

Nora @ Teacup Tales said...

Yea! I finally made it to your amazing Halloween party! So many things to see! My favorites are Mr. and Mrs. Skeleton in their dashing attire and your Halloween inspired salt and pepper shaker collection. I really like the crow plates as well. Your guests will certainly enjoy this tablescape. Have a happy Halloween!

Jacqueline said...

Wow, the table looks like a whole store in and of itself! What fun treasures you have! Mr. and Mrs. are so adorable as they look over their fabulous table. Everyone will love this fun table!

Sandra Lee said...

Pam this is one gorgeous table. Everything is laid out perfectly and I am in love with the skulls on the pedestals!

Todd T Davis said...

nice pictures is it. You did a great job here.
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