I just love Tablescape Thursday hosted by Susan of "Between Naps On The Porch" -- I always drooled over the shots in magazines of beautifully set tables and now I get to see beautiful tables set by people I've come to know and admire here in blogland. I've enjoyed being invited into so many homes week after week. This week I thought I would set a bit more subdued Fall table.
Here we are approaching the fall table with mostly the brown, cream and bronze colors of fall.
Now that we're off daylight savings time - I'm not getting quite as good natural lighting. Here's a little bit of candle glow.
Have you seen these little mercury glass tea light cups at Target for 99 cents?
A closer shot of my centerpiece -- the Angel or cherub of Autumn.
Isn't he sweet? I found him a few weeks ago at Good Will.
I know he's an Autumn angel because he's gathering acorns!
A few acorns and leaves adorn his stool.
A side view of our little angel or would you call him a cherub?
See his little heavenly wings?
Little angel buns among the gathering of autumn pumpkins, acorns, pinecones and magnolia cones.
My gold rimmed lead crystal glasses -- however the gold is becoming tinged with a strange purple -- is there a way to fix this?
A closer view of a place setting. Silverware was given to us by my mother-in-law. First we have cream soup bowls I found on eBay about three years ago.
Next we have napkins that came from Tuesday morning this Summer.
This is the china I picked out years ago. I still love it!
This crocheted table covering is very much like one my grandmother had on her dining room table. A friend gave me this one for my birthday years ago.
An overview of my Fall tablescape.
A heavenly look at my angel centerpiece.
Glowing Fall tablescape.
I ordered these tablescaped note cards from Fifi Flowers. Wouldn't they make great stocking stuffers. A couple I can identify -- but most I don't remember who was the tablescape creator -- if it's your tablescape -- please let me know -- I want to identify them on the back.
I remember Susan's St. Patricks Day tablescape.
Is this your tablescape?
I remember Gollums breakfast on the porch.
Was this you?
For many more "artistic" and inspiring tablescapes, be sure to visit Susan at "Between Naps On The Porch" this week.
I am a wife of 35 years, mother of two grown children. and grandmother to 4 adorable grandgirls. I love crafting, tablescaping, decorating -- but am probably not terribly talented at any of these. That doesn't stop me however. I'm so honored that anyone chooses to visit me -- I hope you find this blogspot to be a welcoming spot to visit -- come on in and stay awhile -- let's have a nice chat.