Halloween Centerpiece

October 30, 2010

I wanted to do something for my Halloween centerpiece this year that was different that the typical gourds and pumpkins.  One of my invited dinner guests  r.s.v.p’d and referenced my “spooky dinner party” which gave me an idea.  I had dried roses hanging in the basement (that I thought I was going to make a wreath out of) and there were plenty of twigs in the park across from my house, so I set out to make a “spooky” centerpiece.  Good thing I had some floral oasis, some spanish moss and other dead or dying flowers in my yard… this dinner party floral arrangement cost me $00.00.  Now you can’t beat that!  Once the table was filled with candles, warm hearty food and surrounded by great friends It was just perfect.  I encourage you to steal this idea for your next spooky dinner party.

 

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