Schumann Wild Rose

Schumann Wild Rose
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Thursday, November 1, 2012

Halloween 3 - Candy Corn

With Halloween over and thoughts of Thanksgiving Day on the way, we wanted to post one last holiday table. Pat had the family over for a quick meal before the Halloween festivities began, and I thought it would be fun to share what she came up with for a tablescape.

Of course, the meal was superb - lemon glazed chicken, fresh raviolis with basil sauce, romaine salad, garlic french bread, and choice of mincemeat ice cream pie or orange chiffon pie for dessert. Naturally, there was homemade candy and baked goodies galore - not to mention the very well stocked hors d'oeurve table when we arrived and hot apple cider for those who did not want wine.
Over view of one of the tables

Place setting on the kitchen table. Check out the napkins - orange and Candy corn fabrics with an orange napkin ring

Pat's husband spray painted inexpensive chargers orange

The beautiful yellow plate is Sunflower Fiestaware by Homer Laughlin

The salad plate is Centura by Corning Glass Company

Black water and wine glasses by Artland Glass were perfect for this place setting

Pat used very simple stainless steel flatware
Overview of the other table. This table had yellow Waechtersbach dinner plates with Tangerine Fiestaware luncheon plates. White charger is by Bernardaud.

One of the centerpieces. Notice the "accessory" flatware placed above the charger.

The other centerpiece

Pat made her home grown tiny pumpkins into candles
One last look 

The other table.....

Black placemats: Bed, Bath and Beyond
Orange chargers: Tuesday Morning/Michael's spray painted orange
White chargers: by Bernardaud from Tuesday Morning
Flatware: from Ross
Black Water and Wine goblets: by Artland from Replacements
Orange and Yellow plates: Fiestaware by Homer Laughlin
Yellow Dinner Plate:  Fun Factory by Waechtersbach from
Autumn leaves: Dollar Store
Napkin rings: PVC pipe cut into 1" rounds spray painted with Krylon for Plastic paint
Napkins: Handmade by Pat

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