Guess what Time it is?
It is Time for another Tablescape Thursday.
It is my favorite blogging day.
Susan @ Between Naps on the Porch is a wonderful hostess
and when you visit her, you will see such creative table settings.
Today I was able to add in a few things that are special to me.
It is always fun to put something unexpected in a tablescape.
As you might have guessed,
Time has something to do with today's table.
It all started with these cute clock plates that I found at Elder-Beerman.
They are by Casamoda and are called Tick Tock.
I love how each one is different; Brunch, Lunch, Happy Hour and Dinner.
I added a few "treasures" for the centerpiece.
The driftwood we brought home from a long ago trip to the beach.
The Blue Jay was a gift from my husband for one
of my first Mother's Day celebrations. The watch I wore
in junior high. It was quite the style to have
a watch/necklace way back when.
The beautiful blue vase is one of a pair.
My parents got them as a wedding gift 62 years ago.
I have one and my sister has the other.
If you look closely, you can see the etching on the glass.
A closeup of this sweet silver dish I found at an antique
store last weekend. I wonder if it was a child's dish
because of the alphabet letters that ring the edge. I added a
white chunky candle and some small black rocks from Lake Michigan.
I bought the tablecloth and napkins at Home Goods
after Christmas, they were really inexpensive.
I'm once again using my Wal-Mart white dinner
plates (I promise I'm looking for different white dishes).
I used silver chargers that I picked up after the holidays
for less than $2 each. The flatware is Oneida, we got it
when we got married. I had forgotten that it
was tucked away in the wet bar in the basement.
I still really love it.
I told you how I feel about flowers in the winter.
I added some red tulips for a "pop" of color.
They make me feel good.