I glued the plates to the candlesticks and to the vase, but I turned it upside down first. I wanted the opening of the vase to be on the bottom. You can pick up inexpensive candlesticks and plates at garage sales and thrift stores. You might even have some in your stash.
I found some black spray paint in the garage and sprayed the candlesticks, the vase and the plates black. They looked great.
I also found some left over black trim from another project. It was so perfect since it had little bats hanging down.
I glued the trim onto two of the candlesticks but not the small vase one. The small plate had scallops around it and the trim would not fit nicely.
Add in some spider material, some small pumpkins, leaves and a Halloween salt and pepper set.
And there you have a quick and inexpensive Halloween vignette.
Even if you don't have cute Halloween salt and pepper shakers, it is still a great table vignette. You could add whatever you might have - skulls, bats, leaves, spiders. You get the idea.
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