2010 - Tablescapes From The Little Round Table

12 comments:

  1. I loved it, so many possibilities of a table decoration !
    Thank you
    Maria Rieder
    Switzerland

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  2. I've been looking at purchasing my first set of Fiesta dinnerware. I had narrowed my choices down to three colors (brown, ivory, and lemongrass)...until I found your website! Now I'm back to square one! Your settings are so beautiful (and extremely creative) that I now cannot make up my mind! :)

    Nicole
    Liberty Township, Ohio

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  3. LOL Nicole!

    It doesn't matter much what you begin with ..... you will eventually end up with them ALL anyway. :-)

    Candy

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  4. All I can say is WOW!!You have got it going on!!

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  5. LOL, Jen. There are a bunch aren't there?

    Candy

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  6. I never was think in alls that possibles.i like so much everethings!

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  7. Thank you Monika! I'm so glad you enjoyed seeing them.

    Candy

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  8. I have just discovered the world of Fiestaware and love your site. So many beautiful color combinations - I am looking forward to starting my own collection! It is difficult to know where to start as the colors are all gorgeous:)

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  9. Depending on how many "base" colors you would like to use .... usually 2 or 4, it is then easy to invorporate additional colors in the serving pieces. Or just go for one setting of a variety of colors and go for what is known among collectors as "the exploded clown" look, where a table is set in multiple colors in a true random mix.

    Enjoy your new dishes!

    Candy

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  10. AWESOME What a wonderful blog I will be back to visit for sure. I'm going to have to start collecting now!! LOL!!!

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  11. Once you start .... there is no going back. :-)

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