With All Hallows’ Eve approaching,
I’m at the table with some spine-chilling
All Hallows’ Eve sounds scarier to me than Halloween~
in contrast this is not the
Jolly Halloween table of last week. . .
No sweet treats or candy skewers are offered up in my vases as on my Halloween Treats table~ instead they are holding LED candles, illuminating haunting images. . .
The tablecloth is a ghostly sheet, cloaked in several gauzy and creepy fabric layers~ affordably scared up from Dollar Tree.
The dreadful images of bones, skulls, bats, a skeletal snake and rats, are all carefully contained behind glass~ under plates, cloches, and in vases.
My spooky graphics are courtesy of The Graphics Fairy~ (enter Halloween in the search box for images) and proceed with caution. . .
Dying for attention, a couple of guests
have been seated at the table~
their holographic portraits and appearance,
morphing right before our eyes . . .
. . .which might be explained by the wine we are serving,
Dearly Beloved Forever Red, or is that Forever Dead?
available at Trader Joe’s.
All eyes are watching you, and on the lookout for a few spiders that have escaped from the cloches~
Silver chargers from World Market were much too shiny and bright for this haunting tableau, so creepy fabric from Dollar Tree was sacrificed and cut to layer~ providing a shroud over the chargers.
Sinister skeletal hands from Target have previously held munchkin pumpkins, graveyard as well as witch hat cupcakes in their evil clutches, and are serving as napkin holders~ offering napkins to use, if you dare. . .
Cloche Encounters Table Details:
Tablecloth/ Creepy Fabric- Dollar Tree
Glass Plates & Skeletal Hands/ Target
Goblets/ Mikasa French Countryside
Chargers & Flatware/ World Market
Holographic Portraits/ Michaels