Fall is my favorite season and is slipping away too quickly! I’m enjoying pumpkin season now through Thanksgiving until it’s time to trade in the pumpkins for boughs of holly and jingle bells!
I set a whimsical table for fun with Pumpkin Owls as the guests of honor!
These No-Carve Pumpkin Owls were a hoot to make using natural materials! You can find the how-to, here.
A walk in the woods for foraged pine cones, hickory nut hulls, acorn caps along with some maiden grass and magnolia pods give these pumpkins a little life beyond the jack–o’–lantern.
Tree bark candle holders are filled with foraged acorns and pillar candles. . .
Owl napkin rings hold fringed napkins and bone-handled flatware adds an organic accent to pair with wood slice chargers.
Owl plates flew to roost at the table after Owl-oween for a little fall tabletop fun. You can see them at a Happy Owl-oween table, here.
And a Baby Boo pumpkin is transformed into an owl with pine cone scales, acorn cap eyes, a pistachio shell beak and maiden grass feathers.
Do you need a quick and easy owl cookie recipe that’s a hoot to make? Christmas cookie season will be here before we know it!
You can find directions and how to make cute owl cookies, here.
Owl Plates / Better Homes & Gardens, Walmart, several years ago
Square Plate / Pfaltzgraff Country Cupboard
Dinner Plate / Pfaltzgraff Delaney
Tablecloth & Napkins / HomeGoods
Goblets / Mikasa French Countryside
Owl Napkin Rings / HomeGoods
Wood Slice Chargers / Bed, Bath & Beyond
Tree Bark Candleholders / Target