Thursday, December 16, 2010

A Christmas Table

Linking up with a couple parties. This is The Tablescaper for "Seasonal Sundays"

Also with
Susan at Between Naps On The Porch.

My Christmas Time Table

When I took the daytime photos I was sort of still adding things.

I like the way the candy canes look in this old pewter sugar bowl.

Aww, finally I can add some candle light.

I plan on making some more oranges with cloves. They smell so good and will keep when they dry.

Merry Christmas to you all.

P.S. Besides my silver ware, everything was obtained in a thrift store, Goodwill, Marshalls or a garage sale : ))


  1. So pretty, Shirley. It was worth the wait!
    I love everything. Where did you find the snowflake candle cups? They are just too cute.
    Everything looks so warm and homey.
    Hope you are able to get out and about by now. We got ice 2 nights ago.
    I have a feeling this winter is going to be a hum dinger.
    Hugs- Tete

  2. Shirley...such a delightful table! I love the addition of warm and welcoming :)

    CHRISTmas Blessings!

  3. You are just TOO GOOD at decorating, Shirley!...:)JP

  4. Beautiful tablescape. It looks so warm and inviting. I like how you change the photos in your heading with the seasons. I miss seeing cardinals. I used to have a whole family of them that fed at my bird feeder when I lived in Missouri.

  5. I love the table by candlelight...very cozy and welcoming.

  6. I also love your Debbie Mumm Snowman dishes with the red chargers. Beautiful tablescape; gave me great ideas on how to use the same dishes and chargers I have too!THANKS! Happy Holidays!

  7. What a beautiful post. The table by candlelight is just so inviting and beckoning to come sit down. Just lovely. I really like your banner too!

  8. fabulous table! Love the wreath in the center. Merry Christmas!

  9. The Debbie Mumm 'Snowmen' dishes are so much fun. The chargers are the perfect frame for them. Thank you for sharing your charming design. Merry Christmas! Cherry Kay


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