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Wednesday, September 12, 2012


Halloween dishes have come out of the closet at my house.  Some of them are peeking out of my wooden tool box, and jack-o-lantern napkin rings grin in front of them.

Halloween plates and napkin rings
Jack-O-Lantern Plates
Halloween silhouette plates
The many faces of a jack-o-lantern are CBK, Union City, Tennessee, and the plastic silhouette plates are Glitterville.
The flying witch is a Quimper piece from France.  It’s the centerpiece of my Halloween décor in the china hutch, which includes several decorative Halloween plates.  This is only the third time I’ve posted a picture of this hutch on my blog in the last week!  Do you get the idea that the rest of my house is a huge mess?  Yep, even messier than this hutch, which I call “decorated”.  I use that term very loosely! 
Halloween hutch decor
Do you think we’re going to get tired of Halloween décor before we hear shouts of “trick-or-treat”?  I’m linking to Cuisine Kathleen’s Let’s Dish. Thanks for stopping by.  laurie


Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

It's fabulous Laurie!~
You have just the right touch and do something that most of us have trouble with.
You create layers and layers of loveliness!
I am in awe of your amazing collections!
hugs friend,

xinex said...

You have the most awesome collection, Laurie. I love all your plates. Your home is very inviting....Christine

Tardevil said...

You are funny. My house is a mess, too, which is one reason I no longer blog. ;o) I still aspire to have collections like yours! Looks great! Love the plates.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

I always enjoy seeing your collections. I really need to go dig something Fallish out. My home has been a mess for so long now, it is starting to look normal.:(

ellen b. said...

Another great collection! Those silhouette plates are really cool, Laurie!

Two Cottages And Tea said...

What fun decorations! Time goes by so fast its a good thing you put them out now!

Sarah said...

Fun to see all you Halloween dishes. I'm ready to pull some things down from the attic. ;-)

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

"I LOVE Halloween"... It's always been so much fun and "I have NEVER grown out of it",hehe!
I am SO in (((LOVE))) with The flying witch Quimper piece from France...Oh My heart be STILL!!!
Thank you for sharing all the fun...
Have a wonderful week,

Marlis said...

Been thinking spooky thoughts myself!! Drooling over the fab quimper plate! So pretty. Your hutch is looking grand. xo marlis

Ceekay-THINKIN of HOME said...

Your jackolatern plates are cute. I really don't DO halloween, but if I did, those would be my choice!!

Marigene said...

You have a wonderful collection of Halloween plates, Laurie!

Alycia Nichols said...

You are so funny! I know what you mean about the house being a mess, though. We'll just focus on the lovely decorated china cabinet and let that be the end of it, OK? :-) I am SO not ready for fall or Halloween, but YOU sure are!!! I feel like we totally got cheated out of a real summer, so I'm still waiting for that!!! Fun dishes! Enjoy your weekend!

Tricia said...

Laurie, I've probably said this before, but I think you must be the Most Fun Grandmother ever! I know your grands just love to come check out your decor when they visit! Love all your vintage Halloween goodies!

Carol said...

This plates are so much fun! I'm sure your grands enjoy eating snacks & meals off of them.


~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I'm still looking at all of the pretty things you have for Fall! Enjoy the season!

Diann said...

Oh Laurie, you just have the most fun holiday decorations! Everything looks wonderful. Your china cabinet is so pretty decorated in all the fall slendor!

Kathleen said...

You are so ahead of me! I am still perspiring, and haven't FALLen at all!
Well,I did buy some mums for .88 at Home Depot, but that's it! Still summery here.
Love your plates, the jacks are so cute with their different expressions!
99 days till Christmas, girl, start decking those halls! :)

The Tablescaper said...

Love all of your treasures!!

- The Tablescaper