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Another Octoberfest Table

Posted by christmascandy (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 12, 12 at 12:33

I st this table but have been super busy with projects and family commitments lately so no time to comment or post.

The tablecloth is probably more Scandinavian than German, but it is what I had.

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The linens, plates, candles, metal tankards, and large stein are all TS. I used to have 4 of the ceramic steins, but I guess in the last 42 years I have lost 2, LOL.

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The pretzels are from the grocery store, LOL.

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I will post some Halloween decor/projects and make comments later.

TTFN,
Candy


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RE: Another Octoberfest Table

Love the t'cloth for this celebration! & the tankards & steins ..."Prost!" TFS! Jeanne S.


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RE: Another Octoberfest Table

Very cute! Love the tablecloth!


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Turned out so cute! I too love the tablecloth. Kind of nice having both the metal and glass tankards I think. Love how your red handled silverware shines in the pictures. Luvs


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RE: Another Octoberfest Table

Thank you ladies. I really liked the tablecloth when I found it and I thought the colors were so fun and bright. It allowed me to use lots of colors with the dishware.

Now on to Halloween, LOL.
Candy


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RE: Another Octoberfest Table

Candy, I too love your new tc. Makes me wanna DANCE!!! Wouldn't it be a wonderful St Paddy's Day table topper? I'm still ROTFLOL over "The pretzels are from the grocery store."


Don't work to hard and I'll be looking forward to seeing your Halloween decor/projects.

Punk


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I LOVE your talbe Candy!
The linens are so quaint and festive for this setting and the steins are perfect!...Everything
makes me want to 'Yodle' !
jane


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