Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Simple Christmas Tablescape



                                                          Hello everyone,
              I hope your week is going well. We had some rain again today and there is no sign of snow for awhile yet. Hopefully we get some ( but not a lot ) before Christmas..
                                  My lovely thrift shop mold made into a pretty centerpiece.
                   Today, I wanted to use my old green and cream tranferware dishes with silver chargers.

                                            And little silver Christmas napkin rings.

                                                  Simple.
                                  Candles in old bottles add a touch of romantic charm


                                        I love these old transferware teacups

                                   Playing with my camera now.

                                          Christmas teacup.




               This little tree came from Winners a few years ago and I added some dried roses from a bouquet and some dried Queen Anne's Lace from the garden( a good tip from a garden visitor this past summer). I really enjoy my little kitchen tree . Soon we will be putting up our real tree in the library and I will share pics with you next week of it.

Today I am joining Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch

Show and Tell  at My Romantic Home.
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Feathered Nest Friday at French Country Cottage.

Thank you for visiting,

Carolyn

20 comments:

Vesna said...

Oh How gorgeous Carolyn. What a lovely blog you have here. Such beautiful photos and inspiration. Thanks for sharing!!
Hugs,
Vesna
http://vesna-kreativnostidrugesitnice.blogspot.com/

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Your little tree is beautiful, Carolyn! Such a great idea to use some dried flowers from your garden in it. Love the dishes! This looks like a perfect table setting for a cold and rainy day.

Susan said...

Ohhhhhhh, how sweet this post was! Loved the dried roses in the little tree. And the candles in the old bottles with a sprig of evergreen. Enjoyed each picture immensely. Thanks for sharing, Carolyn. Susan

Victorian1885 said...

Beautiful table setting Carolyn. Your vintage mold is so perfect all dolled up! I can send you some of our snow if you like lol. Have a great great rest of the week.

Wanda

Mari said...

Love your centerpiece, so elegant in its simplicity......

Smiles~
Mari

Pamela Gordon said...

So lovely, Carolyn. I love the centerpiece made from the old tin mold. The mini tree is sweet.

Shabby chic Sandy said...

Your posts are always so pretty--just enchanting!

Diana (Apple Pie) said...

Oh mamma mia! I'm so enchanting!
Carolyn, you are the best my dear!!!
i love your table!

Diana

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

Good morning Carolyn, this looks so romantic - love your use of the mold for the centerpiece and the sweet candle and bottle. I too love transferware - enchanting tablescape - I hope you have a blessed day,
Kathy

CANTINHO DA ZAZÁ said...

Hi Carolyn!
I do love to come here. it is always so beatiful and so peaceful...like a good cup of tea!

I am from Brazil and here the x-mas tradxition s are a littlle bit different cause we don't have the snow... but my wreath is already on the door! Would you like to see?

Come to visit me! It would be a great pleasure for me!


Whishing you a Lovely and Peaceful X-mas,

Zazá

Lee Caroline said...

What a gorgeous tablescape. I am also doing something with a touch of vintage this year. I am going use some of the wonderful things I inherited from my mother. I do love your transfer ware though its beautiful.

Lee :)

Unknown said...

Carolyn thanks so much for letting me spend the afternoon in your beautiful home and in your wonderful company. I loved sitting by the fire with your homemade scones and tea. What a wonderful way to spend a winters' afternoon.

WendyBee said...

So lovely. I love the look of white linens and greenery, and especially with the berries. Your use of the molds and old silvery pieces is brilliant. I always look forward to each new post and am never disappointed.

Cindy said...

So pretty, Carolyn. Your green transferware is gorgeous and looks lovely with the natural decor. I copied your idea of dressing up the old bottles, I posted them this week, thank you for so much fabulous inspiration. You are my most inspirational blog friend. I learn so much from you.
Hugs, Cindy

Rhondi said...

Hi Carolyn
You home looks so beautiful as always. I've been away from blogging and am glad to be back!
Rhondi

wäschewerkstatt said...

I want to sit down at your table,looks so beautiful!
Greetings from the white Germany
Andrea

michele said...

i truly love what you've done. simple, elegant, and i would be thrilled to be invited to such a table.

hope you will find a moment to stop by and enter a giveaway i am hosting for followers (i hope you win!):
http://hellolovelyinc.blogspot.com/2012/12/personalized-lovely-giveaway.html

happy weekend to you!

michele

Tanya Anurag said...

Awesome ideas... I especially like how you used the old mold and the bottle for candle.

lornastearoomdelights.com said...

Your photos are a festive delight! I love those green transferware cups.

Bella said...

HiCarolyn,
This is stunning... I LOVE your creative candleholders! And your tree of dried roses, I didn't know you could dry Queen Anns Lace! I am gonna have to try it :-)
Hugs,
Bella