Eleven Inspiring Table Centerpieces For Halloween

Grab a coffee or tea and get inspired to create your own Happy Halloween table centerpiece. 

I'll start with what's on my dining nook table.  This year, I opted for a simple centerpiece to greet the oncoming fall days and a few Halloween accessories for the 'faint of heart'--namely, myself! 

Look closely at this wide-mouth hurricane lamp filled ornamental gourds, mini orange pumpkins and chartreuse reindeer moss.  You'll see a pair of blood shot eye balls peeking back at you.  Look again (next photo) and you'll see these eye lit up.  The colors change from blue to green to red.  Three blind mice guided by tea candles scurry around the lamp.

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FOR A CLASSY HALLOWEEN DINING:

One of my favorite for a classy and sparkling centerpiece is this black pumpkin accented with glass jewels.  Found it on Calligraphy by Jennifer.net.  Do check her out for the many pumpkin ideas she has listed.

A gorgeous floral arrangement available at Olive and Cocoa.com

A gorgeous floral arrangement available at Olive and Cocoa.com

Fabulous centerpiece and table scape idea from Home is Where the boat is.net

Fabulous centerpiece and table scape idea from Home is Where the boat is.net

From one of my most favorite blog sites for tablescapes, Between Naps On The Porch.com, comes this lovely centerpiece of poison portions.

CREEPY AND SCARY TABLE CENTERPIECES

BHG via Pinterest

BHG via Pinterest

This horror filled hurricane lamp found on Dancing Barefoot In Sand & Snow blogspot.com

This horror filled hurricane lamp found on Dancing Barefoot In Sand & Snow blogspot.com

This green Frankenstein centerpiece is definitely on my favorites list!  Discovered it on Cheryl Style.com.  You can learn how to make it and the mummy (next photo) on her site.

Or try this next spooky terrarium DIY project from Bear and Lion Mamma.com

By far these green skeleton heads served under the dome of a glass cake stand will bring lots of nervous screams from your guests!

I'll be enjoying my Halloween with a, would-you-believe, pajama party for ladies over 60 years of age!  The entry is ready to greet them with a planter filled with flashing eyes nestled in green moss.  We opted for a romantic comedy movie on witches, lots of wine and great finger food. 

So, to you I wish a Very Ghoulish Happy Halloween--scary or not, stay safe!

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