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Roses are Red

Posted by nana2010 (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 14, 13 at 12:26

And I added some blue.

From 2013-02-14 (by Eye-Fi)

I received this tablecloth at my Bridal Shower more than 50 years ago. It has some 'Age Spots' but I still use it from time to time.
The faux roses are new but I had everything else.

From 2013-02-14 (by Eye-Fi)

From 2013-02-14 (by Eye-Fi)

From 2013-02-14 (by Eye-Fi)

EYE-FI is giving me fits today and posting the same picture more than once grrr. It's a pain to remove them so I didn't

From 2013-02-14 (by Eye-Fi)

From 2013-02-14 (by Eye-Fi)

Happy valentine's Day to You

TFLookin
Nana


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RE: Roses are Red

Happy Valentine's to you, too, nana!
Ohhh...that 'vintage' t'cloth is gorgeous! I can call it 'vintage,' right! LOL! 50+ yrs old ... & a lovely way to celebrate Val Day!

Very pretty! Here's some chocolate for ya ...but grab one fast! ;-) Jeanne S.


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Such a pretty table Nana...I too love the 'vintage' tablecloth.
It's so perfect for this setting. I also like the blue
accents you added - Let's see, you have a lovely setting,
red roses too...all that's missing is the 'Chocolates' !!
Oh...I forgot..Jeanne just gave you some...!
Happy Valentine's Day to you too!
jane


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Nana, gorgeous table! Your tablecloth is so pretty with that setting. So nice you still have this to share and use on this table. Love the red stems and layering. Your blue plates are so prety. Like the red rose in the napkin to match the cp. This would be a pretty table for 4th of July, Memorial or Labor Day too.

Happy Valentines Day to you and everyone here on Holidays. So glad you keep posting to keep things active here! Hopefully I'll spend more time here again soon. I'm short handed at the office this week. Last night we had to take DGD her Valentine's Day gift and hang out.

Punk


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Very pretty. I love the rose in the napkin!

Valentine's Day didn't turn out well here... had a small problem that consumed most of the day and had to cancel all plans. :p


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Nana, that is so heartwarming that you have such a special tablecloth to use for your Valentine table!
I like your touches of blue.

Party, I'm sorry your day got messed up.

I dumped Valentine's this year. Totally. Have decided its definitely 'over' between me and Cupid. LOL.
hugs, Karen


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awwww..... Karen, give that stupid Cupid a slap to the head! then get on the phone and order yourself a bouquet of flowers!!! Seriously, just DO IT! My BF *NEVER* bought me flowers for V.Day until the year that a co-worker did! :O)

My V.Day wasn't ALL bad -- it meant that some serious cleaning could get done in places that I normally cannot reach. :p

And my BF actually bought me a fresh bouquet of MIXED-COLOR flowers this year! For the past few years he's found all greenish-yellow flowers for me because it's the color HE likes. :p This year the bouquet was a mix of different white mums, hydrangea, and every imaginable hue of pink to red flowers, including lilies, stock, carnations, and statice. :O)


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Thanks so much everyone.
Jeanne, the tablecloth definitely is "vintage" maybe even antique.LOL
Thanks for the chocolates, yum.
Jane, hope you had a nice Valentine's Day.
Would you like some chocolates, I'm sure Jeanne won't mind if I share.
Punk, I'm glad you could spend time with your DGD they grow up so fast!
Karen I'm surprised the tablecloth has held up this long too.
I have another one with pink roses that is in pretty good shape too.
I am so sorry that it's is over between you and cupid I hope you can make up.
Party, I'm sorry you had to cancel your Valentin's plans, your flowers sound lovely. Can you send a picture?
Nana


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