Monday, September 13, 2010
My 100th Post!
How exciting...I can't believe this is my 100th post! September 18th, will be my first year anniversary, too. How very fast that year has gone by.
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Here we are, again, ready to ooh and ahh all the tables being shown for Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps On The Porch. Susan, thank you for hosting my favorite weekly meme. Please do visit all the tables this week, you will be in for a real treat...lots of eye candy for all you dish lovers.
I have wanted to do a yellow and blue table for quite some time. For some reason yellow dishes are hard to come by at the thrift stores!
I found these cute napkins several months ago at Savers. They are Marat, made in France. The white, blue and yellow striped tablecloth came from Salvation Army. I thought it perfect to go with the napkins.
The chargers were a gift from my sister, Jerry. They have roosters on them, so I tried to keep with the rooster theme, using blue and white rooster plates along with plain white and blue smaller plates. The soup bowl is Homer Laughlin.
We were out riding the countryside Sunday so we stopped an scooped up an armful of Kansas wild sunflowers. The roadsides are filled with these pretty little flowers this time of year. I love them, but they have so much pollen that falls all over everything and stains it. I left them on the back porch overnight and kept going out to shake that nasty pollen off before bring them inside.
Layers of yellow, blue and white.
The glassware is an amber Colony Whitehall, I think some also call it the Cube pattern and the blue wine is made by Colony, pattern Park Lane
Thank you to all who have taken time to check out my table this week; a special thanks to all who have left a comment.