Happy Halloween!!! Here's a fun Halloween Tablescape that you can easily recreate to celebrate.

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It's funny because this year only our dinning room, the entrance way, and the outside of our house is decorated for Halloween.  My little boys DO NOT like scary stuff.  I don't especially either, even though I love Halloween decor.  I just prefer more of a creepy elegance than something that would cause nightmares.

Well, maybe this huge spider would cause nightmares for some people.  Fortunately we're not afraid of spiders around here.  In fact, when I was a little girl, my brother had several ginormous tarantulas as pets, among other creep crawlies.

And maybe, this skeleton might be a little too much for some people.  My little guys love him though and named him Bob lol.  He's our special dinner guest at this Halloween tablescape.

This is the third year in a row that I have used these fun black glitter candelabras.  I think they're made of chipboard and they come apart to store flat.  I originally picked them up at the Target Dollar spot and have been looking for them every year since with no luck.  Hopefully I can just make some more with the Cricut Maker for next year.

Speaking of Cricut, Bri from Halfpint Party Design and I have a Cricut giveaway going on right now that you can enter below.

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During that same shopping trip to Target, I also got this super awesome spiderweb cupcake stand.  Also something I'd love to find more of.  Both the cupcake stand, and those candelabras were $3 dollars each (sigh.)  Maybe next year.

Fortunately I was able to find something I've been wanting in the Target Dollar spot this year - these adorable pumpkin appetizer plates!  They are sooooo cute, and I'm going to use them for Thanksgiving and an upcoming Cinderella party too.

I hope you enjoyed this Halloween Tablescape and that you have a happy and safe Halloween!  Until next time!

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