Friday, December 11, 2015

Snow Owl Tablescape

These are the owl dishes I bought last year and didn't get a chance to use! They are part of the Better Homes  Gardens Heritage Collection Series.

I used a great horned owl in the centerpiece as I don't own a snow owl! I had thought of spray painting this one, then decided that wasn't a good idea! There are live and faux trees mixed together to create the centerpiece along with red votive candle holders.

White wood chager-Pier One Imports
White charger plate/American Atelier Athena-eBay
Red Vera Bradley dinner plate-eBay
White salad plate-TJMaxx
Owl salad/dinner plate/Better Homes  Gardens/WalMart
Oneida/Lousiana flatware-Savers
Red Ivima stemware-eBay
Pieces of centerpiece-WalMart, Savers, Goodwill

I will join Table It/Rustic & Refined

Thanks for stopping by today...hope you will come back next time.


Anonymous said...

My mother has hundreds of owls in her collection so this would be her favorite tablescape. I will tell her about it. Santa is being so good to us this year with all these tablescape presents. bbb

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Oh my heart sings with happiness when looking at this table. I've gone up and down the post so many times you are lucky I didn't wear it out. LOL The owl plates are super wonderful - I shall find some one day. Everything goes together perfectly - the colors are sparkling and wonderful. Fabulous table!!!!

Anonymous said...

Claire would love this. She loves owls...and I love the bright reds, especially the goblets. Another cheery Christmas tablescape....keep 'em coming.
It was 55° in VT today.....great winter so far.

Sarah said...

Love those sweet owl plates. I was a Chi Omega, so owls were a big part of my college days. I've been amused at how popular the are in recent years. Such beautiful raptors. In recent days, I hear two owls calling to each other each evening.
Thanks for sharing your cheerful table.

Janneke said...

These owl dishes are gorgeous. So pretty how you decorated the table with a wood and an owl as centerpiece.

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Marigene, this is so pretty! Love the owl plates! Glad you did a table this year to show them off! Great plate stack. Wishing you a great weekend.

Debbie@Mountain Breaths said...

Of course I have those sweet owl plates and you know my love of owls. Once I rescued a Great Horned Owl, and have been fascinated with them ever since. What a beautiful table!

Laura said...

Marigene- your table is just lovely.
I love everything you have combined.
However, when my eye hit those goblets, I plain flat wanted them!
I love red goblets.

Merry, Merry Christmas!


Mountain Mama said...

What a great tablescape!! I do wish I had more room to store dishes so I could have a few sets to swap out the look....oh well!!

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

What a pretty table, Marigene! The owl looks likes he's out in the wintry forest. The dishes are beautiful and I'm glad that you finally were able to use them.
How's your dear hubby feeling?

chateau chic said...

Your tablescape is so cute with the snowy owl motif. Beautiful dishes!
Mary Alice

Jan said...

The owls are SO cool! And those stacked plates on the charger are simply elegant. Another GREAT tablescape. said...

hi Marigene! I have really developed a love for owls this year, and your table is just perfect! Love the warmth of the holiday colors and plaid paired with your snowy owl and new plates!

Rue said...

I think leaving the owl the way it is was perfect, because it adds a little something something. Beautiful plates and table setting as always, Marigene :)

Also, I'm so happy your husband's cancer is in remission! That's fantastic news and I'll say another prayer that he gets through the rest of it.


Lulu said...

You are so good at creating very cheery tables, and this one is no exception. I wish you all the joy of the season.

Miss Jane said...

Another lovely table!