Happy Halloween my pretties!
As near as I can recollect (does that make me sound old?) this is the very first time I've made cheesecloth ghosts. I'm not sure why I waited so long, it was super easy.
My friend said my table was creepy but cute.
Is that still a compliment?
Another fun table but as usual I'm already thinking about the next one.
I should probably be thinking about packing all this up and considering where I'm going to store it. I think the ghosties aren't going to look the same by next year... but there's always more starch.
I showed a friend a picture of the silver table and she said something like "I'd like to be invited to one of your parties". Hahaha, these tables aren't for parties, they're just for fun and they make me happy.
I'll be joining the party, a bit late, at The Tablescaper, Kathleen Cuisine and Between Naps on the Porch, in the next several days.
Tablecloth - just a piece of fabric from JoAnn's
Black chargers - Tuesday Morning
Yellow plates - Dollar Tree
Halloween Bandanas - JoAnn's
Orange flatware -local discount store
Glossy witches boots - Pier1
Black candle holders, Halloween mugs, skeleton couple - Goodwill
Mummy tray- Grasslands Road
Pumpkin Tureens - Certified Int'l
Other witches boots - uhhhh???