Thursday, December 13, 2012

Christmas At Tiffany's Reprise

I am sharing my very first blog post EVER with you again today.  I was so excited to enter the world of blogging but really had no idea what it was all about:this blogging world.
I have learned so much and I have so much more to learn.
I'm excited about 2013 
as I have some special
plans for my blog so 
stay tuned 
and enjoy!
(it's ok to laugh a little too!)

Christmas At Tiffany's
2011     
 
This is my very first post on my Blog so bear with me as I learn how all of this works.  Setting up the Blog has been interesting.  I'm sure as I continue things will change and evolve, just like ME!!!

Here is what I have been working on this week...

Christmas Table 2011


I started with a swag that I found at Marshall's that had the pretty silver and Tiffany blue ornaments all intertwined.

I then interlaced a greenery swag down the middle of the table. 



 I added my Opal Innocence China on Silver chargers and a although I wanted to use my Christmas China that I bought at Macy's many years ago for a dollar a plate, (long story) I didn't want to break up the Silver and Blue theme. I ended up placing a bread plate from Opal Innocence on top.  You can see the wording around the rim but not the picture in the middle.

I added a cloche on each place setting with something different under each one.




The goblets belonged to my Great Grandmother.

Something wonderful under each one!
 I recently picked up this gem at Tuesday Morning.

 My centerpiece is a mix of faux and real flowers and greens in an estate sale silver wine chiller.

I am more than pleased with this years table.  
What do you think?

I am sharing at :
Susan at Between Naps on the Porch
  Cuisine Kathleen's-Let's Dish  


 

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Alycia Nichols said...

I remember this table, Cindy! This was the first time we "met" in blog land! I don't think I ever got the story on the $1 plates from Macy's! :-) I remember how much I loved the baubles on the garland and just the whole color scheme. Still beautiful a year later, and I'm so glad to have made your acquaintance! Enjoy the weekend!!!

Madonna said...

This is lovely. Clever to mix faux and real flowers. I find this color so comforting.

SavannahGranny said...

Cindy, This is one of my favorite color combos. You surely did a fantastic job on your post ever. I am afraid I wasn't that professional. The swag down the center of the table is genius. I love the cloches at each place and the blue ornaments are so soothing. Actually blue, and shade or hue, is my favorite color...ever.
I don't know how I missed crossing paths with you. I am a new follower.
Blessings for a Merry Christmas, Ginger

NanaDiana said...

What a beautiful table, Cindy. I think it is fun to see your first post here and will look forward to many more in 2013.xo Diana

Marlis said...

Cindy, this table is so elegant and pretty. I love the colors and your design style.. still! xo marlis

Maria said...

YOur grandmother's glasses are a treasure! Everything is so lovely!

Susie @Make Mine Pretty Please... said...

Stunning...my favorite color scheme.

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