Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Pumpkin Party Time!

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Put on your high-heeled sneakers &

come join in the fun...

Beth over at Food As Art is hosting her very first one!




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Party, that is, with PUMPKINS galore!

Some on the doorsteps & some on the floor.



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Some are just scattered all over,

...what a chore!






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The tables & chairs have been set with the theme.

All that is missing is hearing you scream!





Witchy Tablerunner, Blue

Even some witches have dressed for the day...

Witch Tablerunner

With *Bling* in their noses &


Witchy tablerunner, Orange


balls in the way.



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The colors keep changing in front of our eyes




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Keep watching....Don't blink...or you may get surprised!




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Tablerunner Pattern in September/October 2005 Fons and Porter's Love of Quilting magazine.




Halloween Birthday candles II


Creepy-crawlers abound & will make your skin shiver





Halloween Birthday candles III


Be grateful we're not serving ONIONS & LIVER!


Copy of Halloween Birthday spider in bowl IIHalloween Birthday carrots IIHalloween Birthday, skeleton in bowlCopy of Halloween birthday candy Halloween Birthday treats




Copy of Halloween Birthday eggs Copy of Halloween Birthday mummy dogs

The mummies are wrapped, all snug in their beds, while visions of sugarplums....

(oops, wrong holiday...)




Copy of Halloween Birthday heads



OFF WITH THEIR HEADS!!!


Halloween Birthday, face & centerpiece
Halloween Birthday, face


Thank you for stopping to see all our loot.

Now fly over to Beth's house...



Its gonna' be a hoot!



Rollo Pretzel Treats:

Spread out square pretzels in a single layer on cookie sheet.

Top each with an unwrapped Rollo caramel-chocolate candy.

Bake in 200° oven just until candy begins to soften.


Remove from oven & immediately top with either a nut

or another square pretzel.

Allow to cool.....if you can stand the wait!




My favorite way to eat pumpkin:

No Bake Double Layer Pumpkin Pie


(Kraft photo...I haven't made mine yet!)


1 pkg. (8 oz.) PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese, softened

1 cup plus 1 Tbsp. milk, divided

1 Tbsp. sugar

1 tub (8 oz.) COOL WHIP Whipped Topping, thawed, divided

1 HONEY MAID Graham Pie Crust (6 oz.)

1 can (15 oz.) pumpkin

2 pkg. (3.4 oz. each) JELL-O Vanilla Flavor Instant Pudding

1 tsp. ground cinnamon

1/2 tsp. ground ginger

1/4 tsp. ground cloves


BEAT cream cheese, 1 Tbsp. milk and sugar in large bowl with whisk until blended.

Stir in half the COOL WHIP. Spread into crust.

WHISK remaining milk, pumpkin, pudding mixes and spices 2 min. (Mixture will be thick.)

Spread over cream cheese layer.

REFRIGERATE 4 hours or until set.

Top with remaining COOL WHIP just before serving.







I am also joining Marty for Tabletop Tuesday and Susan for Tablescape Thursday along with Michael Lee for Foodie Friday.

44 comments:

  1. Rett your pumpkins and table are just soooo cute! You are ready for Halloween! My favorite has to be the witch runner-love it:@)

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  2. So FUN! Love those witchy boots. You are so creative.

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  3. Fun Pumpkin Party post. Love the carrot fingers coming out of the dip and the spider topped deviled eggs... and much, much more. Have a fabulous Fright Night! La

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  4. Table is great for Halloween!!! As per usual!
    Cute video........

    cathy

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  5. Rett: what a great post, your witch quilt is just too cute. I can tell lots of effort went into your post. I love your table and thank you so much for sharing with all of us.

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  6. Rett, You have created the perfect poem and picture party! Your runner is so cute and I love that magic ball. Wherever did it come from? The carrot fingers are always a delight to see, as are the mummy dogs. The spider eggs are new, though. Are those olives? Still sending good thoughts....
    ~ Sue

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  7. Great theme party! I am screeching already!

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  8. Your poem is so cute, Rett. I love your photos and all your food are decorated so awesome! Great post!....Christine

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  9. This is a marathon post of pretty, scary and fun, fun, fun!
    Are those your Halloween boots?

    I love your pumpkin images and the great table you set. Love the runner!!!!! I know you made that fun quilt! You are so very talented with a needle and thread!

    Thanks for the recipes. I am always looking for snacks to fill jars with. When my family comes then they can help themselves and munch away!

    My favorite are your little spider deviled eggs. So cute!
    Yvonnne

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  10. How cute! I loved all your fun fall pumpkin decorations! And the carrot fingers and hot dog (?) mummies were a whooo whoooo whoooot that I'll have to show my grandkids. They would definitely be fun fall activities for grandparents and their grandchildren! Thanks for a delightful visit. :)

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  11. The decorating is fabulous and aren't you the poet!!! Great job!

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  12. You showed some wonderful pumpkins...I love the little runner...I am not much into Halloween, but that is really sharp!

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  13. Oh my, all of your pics are totally awesome. Love the pumpkins and the witches shoes are just the cutest. All of the food is so cute and creepy. lol Thanks for linking to TTT. Love it. Hugs, Marty

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  14. Oh, Rhett... I love your poem! And your pumpkins and table are just cute as can be. Did you make that runner??? You talented one, you!

    On a more ethereal note, I just wanted you to know I prayed for your family when I got your note. Sending an extra dose of love your way and will see you when I get back from my quick trip!

    Have a great week...

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  15. What a fun post girl...and I really loved the photo with the blue hour in it...those eggs are too cute my friend..That one I will do for sure...Hope your having a great day my Dear friend...Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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  16. Rett, There's a lot to love in this post! From the food, to the table runner, to the witch quilt, to the witch's shoes, to the poetry, to the photos of pumpkins in front of the church - what a neat post! Your pie recipe is a keeper and I definitely will be trying it. Thanks for participating in the Pumpkin Party.
    Blessings, Beth

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  17. Love it all here, where to begin! First off, the witch boots are just so cute, as well as that colorful crystal ball. I also really love the runner you made and your wonderful tablescape! Then as if that wasn't enough to love, you have the most adorable food ever too, especially the spider eggs and even topped it all off with a fantastic poem! OMG! LOL!

    As for my blog, I just changed it out last night so I could change out my backgrounds with the seasons. I am now using the "Awesome Inc." designer template by blogger. I had to play with the width adjustments on the layout to get it not to overlap. What a pain! But I think I got it where I can want it for now! :))

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  18. Rett, when are you expecting me? I couldn't be there before noon tomorrow!! WAIT - make that NEXT Tuesday. LOL Everything is just adorable!!!! I remember all your tasty spooky treats you shared last Halloween - - - I know the kiddos are going to have such fun at Nana Wett's!! Love you, dear friend!!

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  19. You flip me out! You seem to have everything awesome for every holiday, making it all seem so cool and unique! Your company must just love coming to your house! I am so jealous of the energy you must have to get this all arranged and perfect every time. Bravo, my friend!

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  20. I love love love the church photo and the carrot fingers - i will definitely try this for our Halloween Party on Sunday! Thanks! Wonderful ideas! - please do come on over to our pumpkin party http://lenorita-lenoramoore.blogspot.com/2010/10/jack-o-lantern-halloween-tea-party.html Blessings

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  21. I love love love the church photo and the carrot fingers - i will definitely try this for our Halloween Party on Sunday! Thanks! Wonderful ideas! - please do come on over to our pumpkin party http://lenorita-lenoramoore.blogspot.com/2010/10/jack-o-lantern-halloween-tea-party.html Blessings

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  22. Your poetic pumpkin party post was so much fun to read. The spider devilled eggs would be a hoot to serve at a dinner party.
    The Kraft pumpkin pie looks like one I'll have to try too.

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  23. This is all simply amazing. Love all of it! YOU ARE A VERY GOOD POET!

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  24. What a very fun post.
    You're such a great host.

    And your rhyme, your rhyme,
    just made it the best time!

    The witches with bling
    are really my thing,

    Oh, the carrot, the carrot(s)
    I could hardly bear it.

    Eggs, topped with a fly
    Oh, I thought I would die!

    But the thing I loved most
    was the start of the post.

    The purple witch shoes
    Oh, I can't help but ooze!

    Loved it all,
    Happy Halloween
    Jacqueline

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  25. Those carrot fingers are just the cutest things that I have seen all week!!!

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  26. Cute poem and great photos! I love the little mummys.
    Annette

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  27. What a great Halloween post! Love the tablescape! The Jack-o-lantern tea pot is really cute!

    Those recipes sound yummy!

    Katherine

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  28. Gorgeous pumkin pics and the recipes are making my mouth water!!! TFS!

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  29. A feast for the eyes! I have been trying to decide what to take to my monthly Dominos group this Saturday night and I know now....carrot fingers! So cute! I might add spider rings to mine. Love the eggs also...will do those for Sunday lunch.

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  30. what a FUN post!! I loved it and loved the fingers in the dip. May copy that idea if you don't mind. :) Happy Halloween

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  31. Your deviled eggs are so clever! In all my tine fiddling with Halloween appetizers, I have NEVER seen olive spiders in any of my app books! Bravo for creativity!!!

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  32. Too cute! Can't decide if we like the photos or the poem best.

    Darryl and Ruth : )

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  33. Wow! This makes me want to have a party, if only someone else would make all of these cute things for me! LOL
    I love it all!

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  34. Hi Rett:
    What a clever post today, my friend. I love all the ghoulish treats you created! So inspiring.
    Thanks always for visiting Brynwood and leaving such sweet posts for me. I really appreciate it! I hope you have a great day.
    xoxo
    Donna

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  35. You decor is wonderful! The quilts are so beautiful, you are very talented!
    Love the church with the pumpkins and the wicked witch in the video, very appropriate! :)

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  36. Rett, just back from Savannah and trying to catch up on some blog visits tonight. This is a darling post. Love your little poetry. Sorry I missed the pumpkin party. ~ Sarah

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  37. This is, by far, the CAutest Halloween table and "tale" I have seen . You are so so good at this, Rett.
    Loved every single thing...and copied recipes.
    hugs, bj

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  38. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE those High Heeled Sneakers. That is too cute and your tablesetting is over the top. If that weren't enough, the pie looks sooooooo decadent. What a fabulous post.

    Carolyn/A Southerners Notebook

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  39. so many great pics and ideas! tis the season? opps wrong holiday, but you sure got spirit! or should i say spirits... hoping you are doing terrific, happy halloween~

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  40. Oh my goodness!!!! First I love the runner, then I got to the food and it just got better and spookier as I went through each photo! Amazing is all I can say!! You definitely have this holiday covered!! Perfect setting! Thanks for stopping by too:-)

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  41. Yikes - those carrot fingers are so creepy! Happy Halloween.

    :)
    ButterYum

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  42. I love evertything!!! Too cute!!!

    Jennifer

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  43. Rett~ I'm Bewitched by your runner! The wonderful fabrics & bling in her nose too! Love those creepy crawly deviled eggs...fun, fun, fun! Your pie is too die for! Happy Halloween :-)

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Thank you so much for leaving a comment. I read them all & each one is so very special to me & I try really hard to return the visit!

fondly,
~Rett~