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October 22, 2009


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Whoa...that is fantastic! Thanks so much for this, I'll be linking.

Love the centerpiece! I bought the white skulls, and they're in a silver platter with some moss. We have a ghastly gathering here every year at Opulent Cottage. I decorate every inch of the house, we replace every single light bulb we have with black light, and I cook for two days for the horde of teens that come over. And this year I'll be making your spider web cupcakes - the kids will love them!

what a FAB idea!

This really is too fantastic!

Love it!...where is your TV show? DANG!

Oh Eddie! I heart you so!! Fantabulous per the usual!

How wonderfully creepy. Great post and I'll be keeping this Halloween wreath hanging in the closet, to come out and play with a permanent place to stay.


Oh how I wish we were having our annual Halloween party this year! Such great ideas!

Ghostly good! I love how the red of the bloody drink reflects in the knife blade.
All so genius!
We will run in the neighborhood with the kids and later have a little neighborhood party, all dressed up. It's going to be fun!

coolest thing - EVER!!!! Seriously. You're the best!

Fantastic! Sophisticated and creepy. I love all the details.

spiders and skulls oh my, what's a "ghoul" to do without Eddie?
You always make everything look so much less scary to do.

Wow! You are so creative! It looks so good!

Not a day goes by that you don't have another fabulous idea. You should work on a book. Love the idea, going to check my dollar store today.

Congrats on the post on Apartment Therapy, well deserved. The table setting is beautiful.

I wanted to let you know something funny. I was looking at some of your old posts, when I saw a sofa you recovered for a friend. You mentioned a web site taht makes custom slipcovers, so I went on it and ordered one in the sage green. I cant wait to see it. I do have a wuestion. I have a nice collection from many years ago of brass candlesticks, but they are shiny. Still ok ot use?? Any suggestions?? Thanks Gina T any chance you'll be in the Seatlle area??

that looks great Eddie! love it!

THANKS Eddie and Jathan...I'll be making that for my Junior League Board Meeting! Your festive...SPOOKY....delights are wonderful. Have a great weekend and thanks from Yakima, Washington! :0)

how fun! you are amazing! and whats also amazing is how much tableware you own! wow! love it!

Aaack - creepy!! Love it!!

You have a serious gift. Thank you for sharing it with us. Youre amazing!!!

This is so cool!!! and easy

Now that's just spook'a'lesis...hehe

Brilliant!! I had the chance to view your HGTV Halloween special and it's so much better than any holiday special they've ever had. The bar has been raised big time...

LOVE this, Eddie! Goulish glamour to the hilt. Awesome. Mmm,mmm,mmm.

love it all. i'm such a whore for glitter...

Oh that is fantastic - the bakelite flatware is perfect!

Such a great centerpiece!! I love how you attached the skulls and then put flowers in the middle- so creative yet again, and super spooky!!

That's heads above anything I have seen. I actually saw the skulls at my local $$ tree; they were used for placecaed holders / take home treats for my guests. Love the heads will roll wreath though!! That's using the ol' noggin!

I love this idea! Love the way you set the table too.

I'm kicking myself now though because I found some great wine glasses with the black bottoms at a thrift store. I had them in my cart and then put them back. They would have been perfect!



You never fail to amaze me with your creativity! And from the Dollar Store no less. Thanks for sharing! Love your table setting too. Spookalicious!

Ghoulishly delicous!

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