First, I want to thank all those who took part in the challenge last week! So many beautiful bird, egg or nest themed tables! I enjoyed seeing your take on the challenge.
Don’t forget, the next one is May 14th. The theme is wedding china, yours or your mom’s, gmom’s . Dig it out, dust it off and do it up grand! Give it a new spin. Let’s see what you come up with!
I always ask dh want he thinks of my table. Believe me, he walks by and doesn’t even look! His response? “kind of pale.” He hasn’t heard about burlap , except to wrap the bushes in so the deer don’t eat them. I haven’t gotten in to the burlap craze, honestly, it makes me itch, I think I am allergic to it.
So here is my pale table!
I got these plates last year before Easter at the WS Outlet. I think they were less than 10 dollars for four. And then there is my coupon, lol!
They are joined by this PB sugar and creamer, which were also under 10 dollars for the set.
I set them on 2 cabbage plates, bunnies like cabbage I think, even without the corned beef.
A snowy white cut work table cloth to start. I know it is snowy white cause I gave it an Easter cleaning with a mild clorox bath.
I used a natural string mat, CTS, 1.00, cut work plate from Horchow, the bunny plate, and a white egg cup and little white rippled saucer underneath, both from CTS.
The flatware is from Horchow. The white butter domes are from CTS.
Little porcelain egg shaped bowls are from Villeroy and Boch Outlet.
Taller stem from clearance at CTS, 1.00 smaller are by Dansk, many years ago at the outlet that used to be here in Southampton.
The simple centerpiece is a PB Bunny filled with faux eggs and nestled into a PB charger, 2.00 at the outlet, with some baby’s breath.
Robin’s egg salt and peppers on a little tray from the Pfaltzgraff Clearance store, years ago.
I haven’t started the Easter baking yet, that will be Saturday.
Last year I made a Sour Cream Apple Pie. Recipe HERE
The Bunny whipped cream layer cake
And of course, the traditional eggs that I show you every year. That’s because it is traditional, lol!
I also show you the Babka dh makes every Easter, cause…well, you know, it is his tradition!
I’ll be back to show what I am making. There will be 30 of us.
If I don’t see you, I wish you a very blessed Easter!
Thanks for stopping by!
I am joining Susan for Tablescape Thursday
Diann and Linda for Thrifty Things Friday
Gollum for Foodie Friday
Let’s have a little Spring Table Tour next week. Impromptu , I will put the link up at 7 on Wed. A new, fresh SPRING table, no reruns please. Just because… we woke up to everything ice covered this morning, so we must push winter out of here with a very SPRINGY table. Do you want to? It will be small, but fun!