Tablescapes, Under a Spell

It’s awful!! It’s frightful!!

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The spooks have been spooked!

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It’s just much too scary

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It must be a fluke!

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A tornado on Spooky Street on a dark autumn night

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brought the house down on Broomhilda

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It’s a terrible sight!!

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The goblins are panicked, they don’t know what to do

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All you can hear is Boooooooo hooooooo!

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Let’s all calm down now, and pour a glass of wine

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Surely Broomhilda will be up in no time!

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Pull up a chair and sit down for a bite

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There has been quite enough fright for a Halloween night!

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The web covered chairs beckon, please take a seat

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There is a pumpkin and a bucket for your Trick or Treat!

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I know it looks creepy, but when it’s all is said and done

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It’s nothing more than some Halloween fun!

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And don’t worry, Broomhilda will soon get up and be well

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I think after all, she’s just under a spell!

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Time to get ready for Halloween!!

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Be careful if you go to Spooky St.!

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And Bottoms UP!!

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Painted wine glasses/JMdesigns

for a tutorial on making Burlap Ghosts click here

for a tutorial on painting Candy Corn Place Mats click here

for a tutorial on making Haunted Halloween Mansion click here

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Comments
22 Responses to “Tablescapes, Under a Spell”
  1. Lynn says:

    It’s time to get your Boo On!!! You’ve set a fun table Jenna, I got a chuckle out of the house on the witch:@)

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  2. Mary says:

    Such scary fun with your witchy legs under your haunted mansion Jenna! We were under a tornado warning last night and tornado watch most of yesterday afternoon, I was fearful my potting shed might take off and land in the lake! I see you were able to scare up some witch legs from Target, I had so many comments about not being able to find them. I adore your cute boo plates and of course I love your Bottoms Up Witch Wine Glasses, fill mine all the way up please πŸ™‚

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  3. lulu says:

    Jenna, you are too much! Your table does nothing but make me smile, especially the witch legs. I saw some cute ones at TJ Maxx the other day, but I resisted since we’ll soon be leaving this house. Guess I could have gotten them for next year.

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  4. Jann Olson says:

    So cute and I loved the poem!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  5. Susan says:

    lol I love that centerpiece. Poor ol Broomhilda, she should have been a good witch instead of a naughty one! Jenna, you haunted house is adorable! Did you create a tutorial showing how you made it? I love it! Great table setting…love all the elements and would love dining here for Halloween!

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  6. Oh how fun! Love all the details- the witche’s legs under the house are too funny! The stemware with the witches legs are the cutest and I like the wild patterns on the plates! Loads of fun here!

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  7. susie says:

    I love this table you put alot of whimsical thought into this well done.I am trying to make witches legs also but just cant find her shoes anywhere .also loved the house and elevated candles.Susie

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  8. Bev says:

    So clever and whimsical! Your centerpiece is delightful…love those goblets.

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  9. Patti says:

    This is just the cutest! I LOVE the house on the witch!!!
    Inspired! Best table scape, EVER!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  10. THIS IS TOO COOL!!!!!!!!!!! I love it, Jenna! You are leaps and bound ahead of me on the Halloween front. I just can’t seem to get it in gear this year. But you…YOU have gone WAY above the call!!! The poetic twist is terrific, and just the visual of Broomhilda’s spindly little legs poked out from under that house…hilarious! You did a great job!!!!

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  11. Sandra Garth says:

    Everything here is just too much fun! I would be like a kid in a candy shop in this room. Beautiful!

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  12. CraftyHope says:

    How adorable!! From the decorations to your own words to describe it, this is a really fun post. Makes me wish I had more time to get some decorating done around my house (or have you over to help me do it πŸ˜‰ ) It’s a festive sight for sure. Thank you for sharing it!

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  13. Poor Broomhilda. LOL Loving this table,it gave me such a laugh. Between you, Mary and Linda….You ladies really get me into the Halloween Spirit!

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  14. Jenna, this tablescape is darling. Love the title and the house on top of the witch legs. Fun, whimsical and so creative. You have some cute and creative accessories. So glad to be joining you as a co-host for this fun halloween Tablescape Link Party.

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  15. I remember this and the legs under the house! So cute!!

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  16. msshe says:

    What a fun table! Colorful and exciting! Neat glasses too. Sheila

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