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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Ever Green



We will be in Vermont with my family for the holidays so this is my last tablescape of the year. Susan, at Between Naps On The Porch is the host of my favorite weekly meme. Thank you, Susan, for hosting each week...please make sure you stop by her blog to see more inspirational tables.

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I have used rattan chargers, a green charger, W Adams & Sons England, the patter is Italian Scenery dinner/dessert plates and Taylor, Smith, Taylor salad plates. The cute little green cordials are a Christmas gift from my dear friend, Linda at A la Carte. She knows that green is my favorite color and she said she couldn't not get them for me...thank you, again, Linda!

Dinner plate.


Dessert/salad plate.


Layering is so much fun!


Placesetting.


Glassware.


The cordials are only 3½' tall.


View of entire table.


Thanks for taking the time to visit my blog...I really appreciate it!

A very Merry Christmas/Happy Hanukkah/Kwanzaa and a Happy, Healthy New Year to each of my blogging friends and their families!

26 comments:

Susan (My Place to Yours) said...

I love your beautiful layering! Safe travel, and Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Tim Gronek said...

Your tables always look so great! I love the raised pattern on the side of the plates. You have a good eye. Have a great time in Vermont. I remembered you were from there. Merry Christmas my friend! Travel safely please.

Marsha said...

Marigene - I hope you have a wonderful holiday in Vermont!

Another great tablescape, I really like how you layer all those different pieces.

Marlis said...

Beautiful dishes!! I love your layered stack of dishes. Very artful. Your table looks wonderful. Merry Christmas.

Dishesdone said...

Wishing you and yours the Merriest Christmas and a very Happy New Year, Marigene! Safe travels to Vermont!

What a beautiful table. Perfect for the holiday season!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing your last tablescape of the year. Every one has been fabulous and look forward to next years. How nice you will be back to Vermont with your family. Merry Christmas. Love, Brenda

Anonymous said...

Marigene-beautiful green!!!
Hope all of you have a Very Merry Christmas and safe travel to Vermont-can imagine the picture of Vermont in the winter-Enjoy

Sue-Phx

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Marigene you saved one of the best for last! I love these colors and edges! What gorgeous layering! I am so glad you like the cordials! I hope you have a great trip to Vermont and a Merry Christmas. hugs, Linda

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

Marigene...your table is gorgeous. I have some of that same glassware. Enjoy your trip to Vermont...uneventful travels!

Merry CHRISTmas!
Gail

Happy To Be/ Gl♥ria said...

Christmas Blessings to you and your family, From my mountain to yours Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

Sherry said...

Beautiful table! Have a wonderful Christmas! Fun visiting you each TT.
Sherry

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Beautiful green tablescape! Love the layering, and the green goblets!

Have a wonderful Christmas in Vermont!

Here's to many more tablescapes in 2011!

Katherine

Tess said...

Beautiful table!! It looks so inviting and festive. I hope you have a Merry Christmas!

Debbie said...

Marigene, I know you will have a wonderful Christmas in Vermont. I love the dishes and the green glassware. When I think of Vermont, I think of green :-)

Another great tablescape!

Debbie said...

Ah, Christmas in Vermont! I can't imagine it getting much better than that.

Everything on your table is just lovely to me. I love the emphasis on the greens. It make it all warm.

And every one of the dishes is just lovely.

Have a merry Vermont Christmas!

Kathleen said...

Your favorite color! Are you sure you aren't Irish? :)
The table looks lovely, those plates are very different!
Have a safe trip M, and a wonderful Christmas!

Donnie said...

What a beautiful table you have made. I loved all your pieces especially the green cordials. Have a Merry Christmas.

Lou Cinda @ Tattered Hydrangeas said...

Gorgeous!! Love all the layers! Have a Wonderful Christmas amd safe travels!

Lou Cinda

Atticmag said...

The Adams plates are such treasures. It's a joy to see their beauty this season or any season. Thanks for the great post and for stopping by to see us. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Jane

lulumusing said...

Knowing how you love green, it is no surprise to see you use it so beautifully on your Christmas table. I have enjoyed our visits and look forward to many more.

Alycia Nichols said...

Fabu!!! Absolutely....fabu!!!

Entertaining Women said...

Isn't layering just the very best! Your transferware is gorgeous. I wasn't familiar with your pattern. If God looked kindly on coveting, I think that I would covet those. Thank you for sharing your charming design and for stopping by my post. Merry Christmas! Cherry Kay

Jacqueline said...

Those plates are exquisite, each a beauty and I love the edge. What lovely cordials too. I just got some off of ebay and they are so small, I think they have increased the size of all goblets because what used to seem so big is so small compared to my newer ones. have the Merriest of Christmases! I have loved getting to know you this year!

Anonymous said...

Randa in Arizona loves all the tablescapes and each month has been something wonderful and new.
Merry Christmas! love ya, Randa

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Oh I love this pretty green tablescape! What pretty layers. Hope you have a wonderful time in Vermont. See you when you get back -- thanks for your sweet visit.

Fifi Flowers said...

LOVE the plates!