Sunday, August 16, 2009

tablescapes

It is tablescape Thursday--go here to see other tablescapes:



Photobucket I wanted a little more intimate place for 2 or sometimes 3


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Photobucket I love the old depression glasses--pink on top and green on the bottom


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I like using broken things for candle holders ;-)

35 comments:

  1. Love the blog name!!! That's perfect!!! LOL! What a gorgeous table setting. I love the red transferware dishes, I would love to have a set of those. You are very clever with your center piece with the candle in the teapot and the frog figurine! It's all so lovely!

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  2. What a gorgeous table setting. I love the whimsy of the frog with the elegance of the dishes. I love red and white and this touched my heart. Love, love, love your blog name. Happy TT.
    hugs ~lynne~

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  3. I would love an area to have a small table. That little bud vase is precious....sweet tablescape! Happy TT!

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  4. Lovely glasses and adorable frog!!!
    Have a great Thursday,
    Val

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  5. I see you have a new blog, it's neat, I like the name!

    This is a very pretty tablescape! I like the colors!

    Katherine

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  6. The Tale of Jeremy Fisher.....I LOVE Beatrix Potter!! Your table is just lovely!

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  7. The whole table is pretty..but I LOVE those pink and green glasses,,beautiful!!!
    Thanks for visiting, so nice to meet you!

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  8. Your cafe table is set in such a romantic way. Very sweet and lovely.

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  9. What a sweet and inviting table..love it!

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  10. Pretty, love the pink zinnias. Simple and sweet.
    Nice job.
    Donna

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  11. pretty tablescape-I have some of the same red and white china.

    Carolyn

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  12. Love the name of your cottage and blog! Enjoyed my visit, and your table is lovely. Thanks for stopping by Hyacinth For The Soul. Hope to see you again. ~ Sarah

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  13. Your tablescape is unique and very, very pretty.

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  14. Thanks for stopping in to my site.
    I have never seen bi-colored depression glass before. How unique.
    Another good use for broken/chipped teacups and saucers is to glue the cup to the saucer and use it as a flower vase with a cute little arrangement in it. I received one as a gift once and I loved it.

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  15. Pink and green is one of my favorite color combinations and I LOVE your depression glass. I have never seen anything like it! Love that you have thyme with your flowers! Very pretty!

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  16. Thanks for your sweet visit - I'm glad you stopped by. Now I do think this is one sweet tablescape! I adore red transferware (my favorite) and I've long admired the pink AND green depression glass (my two favorite colors) AND Mr. Jeremy Fisher was my son's favorite book for a long time! Love the way you've recycled your broken china! This is lovely!

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  17. Love the red transferware and I think I'm going to have to keep an eye out for some of my own. The pink glass and little frog are perfect with your tablescape!

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  18. Your your Pink Willow bowls, I have not seen them that color... and your other plates are just as pretty,,, every thing looks so cozy and beautiful...

    Hugs;
    Alaura

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  19. Thanks for stopping by! The Susan above is me--I had not signed in to my acct !

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  20. I loke the depression glass with one color on top and another on the bottom. Pink plates and bowls are so pretty.
    Joyce

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  21. Love the red transferware. So pretty with the pink glasses.

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  22. Lovely transferware. Thanks for sharing it and thanks for dropping by my blog. Happy TT to you!

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  23. Thanks for visiting my blog and TT ... I love your site and your table.

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  24. Oh I love your transferware -- so pretty! And I need that frog! It can join my frogs and pretend to be an enchanted prince. Although my Beanie Baby dragon says he is tired of being slain by make believe princes.

    Such a drama queen.

    Cass

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  25. Thanks for visiting -- a lovely table. Saw a whole set of those pink and white dishes today for "nothing" at an Estate Sale! I was tempted but . . . blue and white is my "thing"!

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  26. Thanks so much for dropping by! I love your table for two. By the way you have nice wood floors!! I liked your depression goblets. Pink on top, green on the bottom...so pretty. I too like to use broken or missing pieces for candle holders! Hugs!

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  27. Such a pretty tablescape-so feminine and romantic. Those goblets are so pretty, and I am so lovin' that precious frog. Your teapot candle holder is a great idea! laurie

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  28. Very lovely table, I have similar plates - wish I had those gorgeous depression glass goblets to go with. Your frog is adorable.

    Thanks for visiting me!

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  29. I love your pink tablescape, and the frog is too cute!

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  30. found you...great post. I love stuff even broken nicks too...reminds me that God loves me even with my flaws and all. Dish xox!

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  31. Very pretty tablescape, love the frog and the pink & green glasses.
    Thanks for visiting Normandy today, the Senseo coffee makers are very popular here, but it seems the are not very well known in the US.
    Maggie

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  32. What a pretty table! I love the colors too...the pink and green are always so fresh and calming. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  33. Just love this! Your 'scape is so pretty with the pink and green. That froggy is fabulous! I love how you have created a little place for a small table in your home. We have done the same in front of a window and it is wonderful to eat (and of course, set the table) at a different spot in the house.

    DD

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Howdy :-)