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Thanksgiving Table and c.c.

Posted by milosmom (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 21, 12 at 18:15

I've been moving right along with the outdoor Christmas decor so haven't done much inside. I did manage to get the table and cc set for Tgiving though.

The table...

The centerpiece...

The china cabinet...

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RE: Thanksgiving Table and c.c.

I love the way your dishes and centerpiece contrast with the dark tablecloth. The little orange plates under the candles add just the right extra touch. I hope you have a great day tomorrow!

RE: Thanksgiving Table and c.c.

Oh I love the pin-striped dark t'cloth go with your beautiful, beautiful china cabinet! Looks so pretty w/the black patterned dishes in there! Your placesettings look so pretty w/the centerpc! Happy Thanksgiving MM! TFS! Jeanne S.

RE: Thanksgiving Table and c.c.

Your table is so lovely, MM, simply elegant.
The CC is awesome with the clear goblets and
I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

RE: Thanksgiving Table and c.c.

I love all the contrast in colors.

Autumn colors are 'happy' colors for me.



RE: Thanksgiving Table and c.c.

MM, such a pretty ts. The china cabinet
is beautiful with those patterned dishes!
I have never tried only using clear dishes.


RE: Thanksgiving Table and c.c.

TY :).

Punk: The plates are one of my favorite sets. They aren't common round for one. They have grapes on them and little indentions for a condiment cup or small teacup.
They are really old (though I'm not sure how old) and belonged to my MILs Mother.
She started out with a set of 12 but by the time they "survived" 7 children, multiple grandchildren and were gifted to me , there are 10 left.

RE: Thanksgiving Table and c.c.

Pretty, MM. Its neat the plates are so old and have a big
history behind them Too bad they can't talk! ;o)

hugs, Karen

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