On my antiqued mirrored plateau, I added a pewter raised cake stand, covered it with a shimmery black sequinned & beaded shawl and placed a ceramic skull amid fall leaves on top.
I decided it would be fun to do a vampire & spiders theme, so I used these cute little Draculas in my crystal stemware, & attached a purple glittered spider to the rim of the glass.
The Dracula vampire test tubes come from Target & have red candy pellets inside..."Vampire Vaccine" they are called. Wouldn't these be just too cute as stirrers in some Virgin Bloody Marys?
I had some glow in the dark spiders, so I just dipped them with some tweezers into decoupage medium & then dusted them lightly with some of Martha Stewart's purple sapphire glitter. So easy!
I added a small wooden "Vampire State Building" that my parents gave us several years ago & another small bear Vampire. Isn't he cute?
I purchased some Halloween pens last year so I can't remember for sure where I got them, but I found that the Dracula pen looks adorable in the small wooden coffin that I bought at Michael's & painted black. These would make such fun take home gifts!
I found some fuzzy & glittery spider slap bracelets so that is what I used for the napkin rings. I also added a Count Dracula candy container to the center of my plates & attached another purple glittered spider to the plates, too.
Since I don't have any "Halloween" china (do any of you?) I printed off some bats & then laminated them & cut them to fit the border of my salad plates & attached with double-sided tape for a cool effect. Then I layered a pointed black witch's hat between the two plates.
Glamorous black satin stitched & beaded & sequined roses are very appropo.
Any mummy can do this fun tablescape!!
I'm brewing up another fun tablescape scene for next Tuesday so please come visit again!!