Wednesday, December 8, 2010

One More Snowman Table

Welcome and thanks for stopping by. Thursday has arrived again and brought the wonderful Tablescape Thursday with our amazing hostess Susan at BNOTP.

I decided to do one more Snowman table using things I already had around here.

I made my own napkin rings with some ribbon and poinsettia's. They didn't turn out too bad, I wish I would have left the ribbons longer.

This is my Gibson Claremont dishes. I think everyone has these in a similar pattern.

I draped a crocheted runner in a off white around my cake pedestal and wooden trees. I have learned that from seeing all of your wonderful blogs.

This little snow lady has been with me for years. I like how one eye peeks out from the hat. It adds to her "cool" persona, don't you think?

OK, I will stop try to be clever and let you look at the rest of the shots. (HE HE)

AH, the attempt at the arial view. What can I say. Any suggestions?

Have a WONDREFUL Thursday and be sure to visit as many of these amazing Tablescapes as you possibly can. Thanks for stopping by!


Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

I think your snow lady is so cute. It is a great idea to use the runner around the cake stand. I'm all for using things that you have in unusual ways. It is the secret to an interesting table that surprises your guests!

Thanks for your visit:)


HollyC said...

Oh, I love snowmen/ladies;0) I think that using them in a tablescape is soooo precious! You've set a lovely table. Thanks for sharing and Happy TT.

Vittle me this... said...

lovely table! the poinsettias are so cute!

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

That a wonderful idea of having ribbon and poinsettias as your cutlery rings. Very sweet!

Your centerpiece is beautiful too.

Happy TS...

Debbie said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a sweet comment!!! I’m still fairly new to this blogging world, so I really appreciate it when someone takes the time to encourage me. I'm like you, I learn from all you other bloggers!! Love your tablescape!! :-)

Thanks again! Have a wonderful holiday season!!!!

Debbie said...

No suggestions from me because I love it just the way it is. Now, I want to find a red checked tablecloth to put under mine in the worst way. Or maybe, a GREEN one since my table is already red on crack.

I also love the green stemware. I need some of that. OK, I dont' "need" some, but I sure would like some.

This is terrific.

Mimi said...

Very festive table!

Luncheons at the Junction said...

Hi Debby! Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving such a sweet comment. I love your Christmas table - so colorful! I wish you much luck with your new business and a very Merry Christmas.

Entertaining Women said...

Your snow lady is darling. You've really done a great job of achieving a good color balance in your tablescape. Great job! Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

What a precious snow lady. We were thinking alike with the poinsettia napkin rings. Nice job!

Kathleen said...

That is adorable! Very festive and fun!