Saturday, April 30, 2011

Happy May Day

Some of my fellow "Dish Divas" are joining me today to celebrate the glories of Spring and the arrival of May Day 2011.  Please check for their posts:

The Tutorial for Tussie-Mussies was posted earlier this week.

Roses from my garden and a vintage tablecloth were the inspiration for today's tablescape. Details on the various elements at the end of today's post.

An alternative to the tussie-mussies is just a bowl of flowers as shown below.

Vintage tablecloth by Prints ES and is named "Coquette"
Chargers from
Contemporary Fiesta in Chartreuse, White, Sunflower and Rose
Flatware, glassware, glass Easter basket, canisters, chickens, watering can vase - Home Goods
Votives - Michael's
Thanks so much for coming by for May Day and don't forget to grab a tussie-mussie to take home with you.

I'm joining:
Masterpiece Monday at Boogieboard Cottage
Mosaic Monday at Little Red House
Mellow Yellow Monday
Toot Your Horn Tuesday at A Silly Little Sparrow
Three or More at The Gypsy's Corner

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Will you be there?

My invite finally came!

I'll be wearing my princess pink pj's with the wide matching satin trim and
my best fluffy slippers.  See ya there!

I'm joining:

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Spotlight On Dots

Not the first time that DOTS have been the center of attention here on The Little Round Table.

These are softer and gentler polka dots, just a different colorway of
the Hidaco red polka dot design above.  Details on this tablescape at
the end of today's post.

A specialty bowl designed for Sears Roebuck, but never put into production.

Vintage Hidaco polka dot tablecloth , read more in the tablecloth database
Mixed flatware set came from Plasticland with a few pieces from another set of black and white mixed patterns from the UK
Glassware and napkins, canisters, pitcher, creamer, sugar - Home Goods
Napkin rings, Polka dot plates,balls and teapot - Pier 1
Contemporary Fiesta in Rose
Vintage Metlox candle holders
Reproduction Victorian vase from eBay
Center plate in Wells Art Glaze Peach and covered bowl are vintage Homer Laughlin

Thanks so much for stopping by to see my new dots!

I'm joining:

Alphabe-Thursday at Jenny Matlock for the letter "B" -
B is for decorative polka dot BALLS
B is for the little vintage covered BOWL from Homer Laughlin
B is for "Be Careful" not to BURN yourself on the candles
B is for the little Fiesta Rose BERRY BOWLS
B is for the little tiny BALLS on the napkin rings
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