For the coffee table, I simply used a few yards of cute Halloween fabric– no sewing or crafting involved –and it’s much cheaper than any table runner you could buy. Of course, the jack-o-lantern was added to the center. I thought about getting a couple of smaller ones to go beside it, but here again, I’m keeping it simple.
And finally I made these cute little coasters just to have something else to set on the table. For these, I simply took a couple of old coasters that we weren’t using. Then I used them as a stencil to trace two circles and I cut them out. For the next step, I’ve seen a lot of people using mod podge to stick the paper to the coaster, but since we won’t really be using these coasters, and since they’ll only be out for a month I came up with an idea to help me change up these coasters any time I want.
Next week I’ll be sharing a Halloween mod podge project that I did over the weekend and another table decoration, so please come back and see!
This week I’m linking up to these craft & decor parties, plus over at My Blessed Life and Tater Tots and Jello for the Celebrating Autumn event, and Susie QT Pies Scraps for Life for the Halloween Tricks N Treats Party!