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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Christmas at Tiffany's

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.
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...

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 on Tablescape Thursday at
Between Naps on the Porch 
A Stroll Thru Life 
My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia

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Janette - The2Seasons said...

The Tiffany blue is just beautiful with your table.

Susie2 said...

Welcome. I'm going to enjoy reading your blog. Your table is gorgeous.

Robin said...

I love using the blue with silver. You did a great job of putting it all together and resisting straying from your original idea. The fun thing about tablescaping is you can use your Macy's dishes next time!

Robin Flies South

Scribbler said...

Lovely DR and beautiful table. Welcome to blogging! I will follow you -- follow back?

Alycia Nichols said...

Congratulations on your first tablescape blog, Cindy! You came out swingin'!!! I'm visiting from Susan's Tablescape Thursday. I love the colors. What gal doesn't like Tiffany blue? :-) I would love to hear the story, too, about the Macy's plates for just $1. ANY bargain story is a story worth hearing!!! I like the design on your table linen. Very pretty. The dishes are gorgeous, too. Lenox always produces such pretty patterns. How sweet and pretty to use your Great-Grandmother's crystal goblets! They look great on the table! Good luck to you as you grow with your blog! It's a lot of fun, and we never stop learning as we grow. Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Phyllis @Around the House said...

I love the floral beautifuland I love the addition of the sparkly the dining room so much...I am a new follower of yours and I willbe back again...come for a visit

Cindy Adkins said...

So lovely! Welcome to Blogland! I've been blogging for just 6 months. You will love it! I'm your newest follower.
Cindy @ Art, Books, Tea

Tea in Texas said...

Your blog is very pretty! I love the Tablescape and the lovely "Tiffany Box Blue" and White colors. The first post is very professional. You caused us all to want to hear about your $1 a plate story. Please, don't leave us in suspense. Merry Christmas and Happy Tablescaping. Pam

Marigene said...

What an incredibly beautiful table, Cindy!

Anonymous said...

Your table is very pretty and the colors together are great. I am your newest follower and you are welcome to follow back. I have a recipe blog but also do tablescapes now and then. Pat

Anonymous said...

Beautiful and the goblets....those treasures become more precious each year...Welcome to the land of blog and Merry Christmas!!! hugs...cleo

Jojo said...

That is gorgeous! Lucky you, finding the Tiffany blue ornaments.

Susan Freeman said...

Hi Cindy! Your very first post is a knock out! Welcome to the wonderful world of blogging. Your tablescape is very lovely, beautiful colors and a striking arrangement. I am your newest follower and hope that you will stop by and visit me sometime.

Susan and Bentley

Jocelyn said...

I think you've done an incredible job!! Your table is gorgeous. And you did a great job on your blog post too! Merry Christmas :-)

Jocelyn @

Anonymous said...

Your tablescape is beautiful, elegant, and festive. Happy Holidays!

Pam - @diy Design Fanatic said...

Your table is gorgeous! I love the mix of old and new! Stopping by from Tuesdays Treasures.

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

Your tablescape is very pretty and this is one outstanding FIRST post:) Come over and show it off at my party. Would love to have you come by and enter my AWESOME GIVEAWAY.
Merry Christmas!

Richard Cottrell said...

it looks beautiful and is something a little different. You've done a beautiful job. Richard from My Old Historic House.

Aledia said...

I'm your newest follower :)

I just love your choice of colors and your tablescape is lovely.

Merry Christmas!

Judy Biggerstaff said...

Beautiful tablescape Cindy. It is just perfect, every detail is present and gorgeous. Love those goblets too. Welcome to blogging.

Unknown said...

Stunning table!Love the colors and textures.Thanks for sharing,Joann

Nellie's Cozy Place said...

Absolutely stunning! Love the colors, so soft and pretty. Very elegant, and you did a great job.

Merry Christmas, and welcome to blogland.

Anonymous said...

After a long year of work, these beautiful settings relax me right into the Christmas mood. Stunning. Gorgeous.

Have a Merry Christmas


Kristin @ My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia said...

Gorgeous setting, everything is perfect! Welcome to blogging, I will be featuring this tomorrow :)

Diane said...

Your table setting is wonderful. Welcome to Blogland! Following you. Diane

Jamie @ Modern Vintage Coastal said...

Welcome to the party! Blogging is so much fun...I've been doing it for about a year now. It seems overwhelming at times but so very rewarding!

I'm visiting today from My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia...I love your blog and am now a new follower.

Beautiful tablescape, I love the tiffany blue!
Have a beautiful week! xo

Anonymous said...

Your tablescape is gorgeous! Welcome to blogging!

Sue said...

Lots of sparkle and gorgeous blue! What a pretty tablescape. Welcome to blogging- it's a wonderful and fun way to meet new friends. :-) Sue

At The Picket Fence said...

Absolutely beautiful! I'm coming over from seeing your feature at Kristin's party and wanted to welcome you to blogland! :-) I hope you find this to be the warm and encouraging community that we have and I think you really did an amazing job on this gorgeous tablescape!

Maureen Wyatt said...

What a fabulous start in the blog world. You are going to be a star with beautiful posts like this! Welcome to the world of blog obsessed! ~ Maureen

Anonymous said...

Wow! You knocked it out of the park with this one! The table is gorgeous! You deserve your feature on Tuesday's Treasure. Congratulations.


Betty Whatley said...

One more great job. Have just saved your blog to one of my favorites. Knew right off that I was going to enjoy your blog. Can't wait to see what you are coming up with next. I don't blog, but love them & the wonderful ideas all you gals have. I do Interior Decorating and Estate Sales, but get great ideas from all of you. Found your blog on "Uncommon Slice of Suburbia", one of my favorites also. Welcome to the blog world and oh what a fabulous job.
Betty Whatley
Down Memory Lane

Rebecca said...

You are off to a wonderful start with your blog. I have just finished reading backwards from February 2012. I look forward to many more. Congrats!

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