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TIPS FOR A EASY HALLOWEEN TABLESCAPE

I am thrilled with how these easy and thrifty ideas came together for a kitchen counter or breakfast nook. This was a fun way to hunt and gather my house for orange and black decor.

For this tablescape, I am using the informal form of the word decor.

You could set this up on your front porch and call it a day! It’s that easy!

HOW TO CREATE A SUPER EASY HALLOWEEN TABLESCAPE

1.REPURPOSE

I repurposed an assortment of bottles and jars with spray paint.

The orange spray paint was leftover from a landscape project. The neon orange was the perfect shade.

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If you are a reader at Everyday Edits you know I love to share repurposed/upcycled ideas.

I keep a bin of glass jars and plastic containers when creativity strikes.

2. DECOR STAPLES

I stopped using straws because of lip lines. However, I had a stash of these black and white striped paper straws to add a pop of color to this recycled glass jar.

3. ADD FOOD OR DRINK

I mentioned the wine bottle and I love how the bottles fit into a galvanized haunted house I found at Homegoods.

What a fun way to sneak a bottle of wine. I love to add a few bottles of glass water bottles to add to a tablescape.

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4. SHOP YOUR HOUSE FOR A SUPER EASY HALLOWEEN TABLESCAPE

I added fun bottles to add pops of color and height. Does anyone recognize those 1/2-size wine bottles from Costco? Not award-winning wine, but a fun novelty Costco sells during the holidays.

I pulled that green clay pot from my daughter’s school craft bin.

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5. RETHINK SEASONAL DECOR

I found these green lanterns a few years ago at Ikea.

I bought the lanterns for the summer, but this shade of green works for Halloween.

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5. STACK OF GLASS (PLATES)

These spooky plates were a gift from my friend CiCI.

I found these black and white gingham cloth napkins here. I am on a mission to buy these oversized napkins in every color for every season. Gingham is very forgiving with BBQ sauce and catsup.

I created a stacked place setting with painted black plates using this idea from these Valentine theme plates.

I love this trick with how to get more bang for your buck with place settings.

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The fun part of this tablescape was how it morphed into a breakfast nook tablescape and the beverage bar (which is essentially a counter with water carafes and wine).

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It doesn’t have to be fancy to give it a fun title.

6. SPRAY PAINT FLORALS

Finally, I used cotton stems and spray-painted them black for a spooky vibe.

The cotton stems look like they are covered with cobwebs.

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That’s it! I hope these ideas get you excited to shop your house or garage to create a thrifty Halloween table. The best part is you can create a tablescape in just about any space. (I’m talking to you my apartment dwelling readers!

Have fun! I love comments or please pin to Pinterest.

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