Great inspiration Cindy! Looks like you're ready for Spring. I know I am. I"m sure you have plenty of things around your house for beautiful tablescapes...just need to experiment and play with them to get the perfect set up.
I like them all! I really love the way the satin is draped along the bottom of the chairs in the first tablescape. And I guess if I had to pick a favorite it would be the last one..the one with the heart in the plate! So pretty. What talent these folks have! Nita B
Hi Cindy! What pretty tables you've shown us! So many great ideas.Be a sweetie,shelia ;)
The first one looks great! It is my favorite. I wish I had money for these things too. Perhaps I will win the lottery.
Between Naps on the Porch is an amazing blog. It's hard to make our table look pretty with styrofoam plates!!! ha! ha! HOPE you have a sweet Valentine's Day!!!
OOOOOOOOHHHHHH....yummy! I too really like them all but my very, very favorite...the Sunflower one!!! Oh how I love, love, love Sunflowers.
Wow, the porch one is simply spectacular. I wonder how people leave the table with settings like that! I would just sit there endlessly, enjoying the prettiness :)
Love the tablescape on the front porch.Cindy
Wow, that is an awesome collection of tablescapes, you have great taste. My favs : the one on the porch, easter and the very last one with the vintage settings. By the way I adore all your family photos, what a quiverfull you have been blessed with, and I laughed out loud at your bossy banner, of course it doesn't apply to me or anything:-)Tracey
Absolutely beautiful. And I love the tablescapes that Anita puts together (I just came across her blog the other day)I just wish I had the room to store everything!! I alternate between 3 different china patterns in my dining room, but only have one small hutch and a side board. They're packed!Thank you for commenting on my blog post yesterday. Can't wait to look around here a little more.Have a wonderful day!Lora
Thank you for taking the time to comment on my blog. Have a blessed day! Hugs and blessings, Cindy