Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Back Issues of The Little Round Table - December 2009

This is the final post in a series of five that take a look at all the
tablescapes posted since August 2009, when I started blogging about my tablescaping.
It happens that this final review of 2009 falls on my favorite Party Day in blogland.

Tablescape Thursday for the last time this year is taking place over at
Between Naps On The Porch with our hostess Susan.



Do you have a favorite Holiday tablescape?
Or a favorite from another month? Or several favorites?

Please post a comment here on this thread and let me
know which tablescape(s) you liked best.  Even if you
have just been lurking I'd appreciate a comment on what
you've liked or not liked, so I can plan for upcoming posts.

I'll be reporting tomorrow on the Top 10 visited
tablescapes, as well as the 10 at the bottom of the
list still waiting to be discovered.


21 comments:

  1. Well, since you asked, I have 3 top Christmas picks: the poinsettias of December 8 & 12 and the peppermints. Not a surprise, I'm sure!

    Now I better go track down that alternate colorway for the circle cloth!

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  2. Oh I love the peppermint table the best! Absolutely stunning!

    Happy New Year!
    ~Liz

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  3. It would have to be the peppermint table. Yummy!

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  4. Can you please tell me where you got that gorgeous plate with the shellfish on it. It is quite stunning and I'm looking for some seaside plates for a TT. Thanks. JLeonard088@yahoo.com

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  5. Oh, so so pretty. Love that red candy inspired table. I have to get out and get me some more red...I just love it.
    Enjoy a healthy happy new year
    Maryrose

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  6. I love your collages. I am bookmarking your blog so I can go back as I have time and experience your beautiful tablescapes. I am sure your entire home has that beautiful aire about it. Thanks.

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  7. My goodness - you certainly have a "way with the dishes" They're all beautiful. As far as a "seasonal" tablescape - I have to agree that the peppermint table is breathtaking -- for an out of season look -- my eye goes to (of course) the pink one. I would be thrilled to sit at any of these wonderful tables you've set!

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  8. My favorite is the peppermint one too....maybe because I did a very similiar one:):) ALL of your tables are terrific!!!!! Happy New Year!!!! Pinky

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  9. Definitely the favorite for me is the cobalt/lime table...♥♥♥ it!

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  10. Wow! What gorgeous tablescapes! I love every one of them...I just can't choose one. Thanks for sharing all of them and giving so much inspiration. Happy TT to you!

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  11. So many fun themes and images, got to admit the peppermint twist is my favorite!

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  12. Good Morning All!

    Thanks for all the nice comments on this look back at the December tablescapes! Seems like the "Peppermint" is a real favorite. I'm about done with the party season and ready to get back to a normal routine and as usual in California at this gray time of year, I'm ready for Spring!!

    Justadreamer - Those shellfish plates are probably 30 years old and are Fitz and Floyd. Google the pattern Coquille D'Or (that's the gold trim variety I have, but it also came in Peach on white)

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