Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Pretty Paprika Poinsettias

I'm joining the Share The Decor party over at No Minimalist Here

Pretty Paprika Fiesta and a vintage Poinsettia tablecloth
make for a festive holiday table.  Fiesta Holiday Poinsettia plates and
white Fiesta Berry Bowls are also included in the setting.

Goblets from Pier 1, tumblers from Cost Plus.
Vintage Antique Gold Fiesta Marmalade jar and contemporary
White Fiesta Jam Jar are shown with vintage mushroom salt and pepper
shakers.  Flatware is vintage Dansk with rosewood handles.

Thanks so much for stopping by the Share The Decor Party and Rednesday!
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  1. I never would have thought to use paprika with the poinsettia luncheon plates! What a great effect. Is Santa new? What a nifty fella!

  2. Very pretty, Candy! Love your Santa. He looks like he has so much authority!...Christine

  3. Candy, Everything is so pretty! I love the tablecloth and plates. My mother always had a similar poinsettia tablecloth on our Christmas table. Yours is wonderful. Thanks for sharing this on my party and have a wonderful holiday.

  4. everything looks straight out of a magazine simply gorgeous...Mica

  5. Candy,
    as always, just wonderful. Love that tablecloth with the dishes.
    Greetings, Johanna

  6. Everything is wonderful as always. What fun you must have! I've never seen Fiesta Poinsettia dishes before, thanks so much for sharing them with us and I adore your poinsettia cloth!

    Happy Rednesday,

  7. Gorgeous tablesetting, but can we talk about your magnificent kitchen?!!! It's so beautiful, and should be in a decorating book or magazine. It's just stunning!
    Happy REDnesday!

  8. Candy, what an absolutely lovely kitchen you have, sugar!! It is just adorable and so homey. Love the red for the season. Nice to meet you, sweetpea.

  9. I'm glad you all enjoyed this table. The cloth is a little unusual in that it is more "paprika" than it is red, so it works well with the new Fiesta Paprika glaze. And the Fiesta Poinsettia plates are also not a true red, so I think this was meant to be!

    If any of you are old enough to remember one of the main craft crazes of the early 70s, that's the origin of my big Santa. All kinds of places sprang up that sold "greenware" and craft paints and glazes. It was a great way to fill up all the months of winter in the midwest. You bought the greenware, painted it at home, returned to the shop to have it fired and then picked it up.

    So my Santa has been with me about 40 years now and is no worse for ware. He is actually a bank with a slot in the base for coins. :-)

    So glad you all enjoyed your visit here at The Little Round Table.



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