Look who just landed in my pumpkin patch! It took them a while to get to Maine because they probably stopped in to see Mary and Kathleen. If memory serves me correctly, they are old friends.
The gals came in a flurry of leaves and landed on this cloth from TJ Maxx (thank you, Sue) which has all the colors of fall…red, gold, orange, green. What a wonderful background for the pumpkins and gourds that I can’t get enough of these days.
It was easy selecting dishes to go with the cloth. Yellow plates served as chargers for these wonderful Italian terra cotta bowls in perfect colors.
Should I mention they are also from TJ Maxx? When you live in Rockport, Maine, that is the best place to shop for table goods. Oh, since we will gather at this table on Halloween, it is the perfect time to use these spooky stems, another purchase from TJ several years ago.
The copper colored flatware from Target is making its first appearance. Remember, I recently made a trip there, stopping along the way, and was so excited to find new things for the table.
Hiding in the napkin drawer was a set of multi patterned napkins that might have been made for this table. A little accordion folded fan works every time for a special treatment, and I do like manipulating anything cloth!
Add salad plates of green and orange and the table is ready. This one was so much fun to put together because it is full of color and texture with a touch of whimsy.
For dinner, we will take a clue from Yvonne and have a Chicken Cobbler Casserole right from the pages of Southern Living and a delicata squash salad from Make Mine Lemon that I can’t wait to try. Check the recipes out…..they are winners.
Happy Halloween, friends, and thank you for stopping by!
13 thoughts on “The Witch Is In!”
It sounds like your Halloween dinner will be as delicious as your table is cute with your witches.
What a cute table, Linda!! I love finding treasures at TJ Maxx and you found some for sure! I’m going to try the Chicken Cobbler Casserole because that looks SO yummy!
Your trio of witches makes for cackling good fun at your colorful table Lulu, loving those goblets too! I rarely shop in TJ Maxx, I better check it out!! You created a great Halloween table with a lot of things that aren’t Halloween, very creative!
Loved the tablescape, Lulu! I am also a TJ Maxx shopper. Loved the napkins and the menu sounds fabulous!! Happy Halloween!
I love the napkins and those witches are too cute
Thank you for mentioning me. I hope you learn to love these little squash as much as I do. They are such delicious little gems.
The sakad was a hit!
Love, love, love this table! You’re so right about the colors, textures and whimsy! A great setting for a warm and welcoming meal!! Bravo!! Rosie @ The Magic Hutch
Beautiful, fun and festive as always!! Chicken cobbler…sounds delicious. Will check out the recipe!
Love the décor……….going to make the Chicken Cobbler today! Happy Halloween!!!
I love your three witches! Those polka-dots really catch your eye, don’t they? I love TJM, too. Your napkins are very pretty, and I like the way you fanned them. Very nice!
GREAT table! I did a WITCHY table today too! Now I want to try both of your recipes too. Spent the day with Yvonne yesterday and 2 other bloggers, fun day!
Oh my goodness you set such an amazing table. I love your eye for detail. Great job, filled with passion. Take care and happy blogging to ya…