Saturday, December 18, 2010

Fiesta Candy Cane Tablescape

I'm joining Chari at Happy To Design for her weekly party
Sunday Favorites.  This tablescape originally appeared on
The Little Round Table in December of 2009.
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The Peppermint Fiesta plates just plain make me smile!  They create their own holiday atmosphere and inspired the other elements in this tablescape.  Shown here with White Fiesta dinner and salad plates, Scarlet Fiesta berry bowls.  The flatware is Deauville, the glassware, candy cane bowls and placemats are from Pier 1.  Napkin rings and place card holders are from Michael's.  The crystal candle holders came from Home Goods and the napkins from Tuesday morning.  The centerpiece Crate and Barrel signature ornament holder can be used with any ornaments depending on the colorway you are using.  The $10 tablecloth from Home Goods is a mainstay in my linen closet, here it is shown with some peppermint ribbons.










Thanks for stopping by The Little Round Table!
Happy Holidays!!

17 comments:

  1. lovely...I would like to have some hot chocolate in that table....

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  2. Your talent at setting a table continues to amaze me. This is really quite stunning! So creative with the ornament display. Just love everything and how clever the ribbons down the table. Thank you again for such wonderful eye candy!

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  3. Your talent never ceases to amaze me. So festive, fun and happy!

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  4. Oh Candy! You know how I love those peppermint plates, and you have showcased them in a truly magnificent manner! The centerpiece is just super, and the red swirls on the glasses, placemats and accessories tie it all together beautifully.

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  5. The plates are adorable and I love how you put it all together.
    Joyce

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  6. Just beautiful - perfect for Christmas Eve or Christmas breakfast with mint flavored cocoa.

    I'm interested in the ornament hanging display - can you tell me where you got it?

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  7. Thanks for all the lovely comments.....it did turn out looking almost good enough to eat!!

    I appreciate all your very nice compliments, it's nice to find such kindred souls!

    Bellen - The centerpiece came from Crate and Barrel online about a month ago. I just looked it up so I could send you a link and they must be sold out, since it has been removed from the website. If you have a C&B nearby I'd check with them. Since we moved the nearest one to me is about an hour's drive, so I haven't been there lately. As I understand it, they have "big" ones set up as store displays. I haven't seen them so I don't know how "big" big is???

    Thanks again, grab a peppermint stick and swirl it in the hot chocolate! Yum!!!!

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  8. I love love love this tablesetting. Red and white is my favorite and you mastered the candy cane theme! Just beautiful!! Hoping your holiday season is wonderful. Miss Bloomers/Sonia

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  9. Thanks Sonia! I too love the red and white, so clean and cheerful looking. Hope you are having a wonderful holiday season.

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  10. The red and white really pops! What beautiful decorations! ♥

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  11. Hi Candy...

    My friend, I think that your "Candy Cane" Christmas table is one of my very favorites!!! Of course, who wouldn't love candy canes? It's just adorable! Ohhh...and I love the ornament holder centerpiece...it's gorgeous! This is the first time that I've seen anyone use ribbon on the table...the candy cane ribbon is perfect! I love this idea and may be swiping it from you...wink! Gorgeous table...so fun and soooo festive! Thank you so much for sharing it with us for Sunday Favorites this week! I also wanted to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas!!!

    Warmest Christmas wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

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  12. Your Candy Cane table is perfect!

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  13. Thanks ladies, I do appreciate you stopping by and for your lovely comments! Gotta go get me a peppermint stick. It's good for my cough, right??? LOL

    Candy

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  14. Merry Christmas,Candy!

    I've recently found your blog and I've enjoyed it so much! You have inspired me to start looking for vintage linens and I can't wait to get started!

    I'm very interested in the Peppermint Fiesta. When were they produced? They are beautiful!

    Merry Christmas!

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  15. Hi Margo -

    Thanks for stopping by and I'm glad you found some things of interest. The Peppermint Fiesta (there are two versions) was available through the Betty Crocker catalog around 2005ish (with green/red/white)and from the Bon Ton stores with just the red and white.

    Candy

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Thank you for your lovely comments.

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