RED morning glory's!
If this looks familiar, it’s because I also have this in orange : ) It’s good to be consistent. Both sets were purchased from Nadine, both have napkins and I *think* she said the orange was less common that the red but hey – this is RED!
Day 237 – Red Morning Glory morning : )
Red & pink drama
I bought this tablecloth many years ago from a young woman who sold at one of the larger collectives in Martinez, back when the stores were occupied and the vibe fun. Today, less than half the merchants that were there 10 years ago remain, and most of the
Continue reading Day 236 – Asian Valentine brunch
Geraniums : )
Along with ivy, geraniums are one of the more common themes of the fifties. I’ve actually done a *bit* of research and the best I can come up with is they were bold and bright, a nod to the past while people looked forward to the future. Most people
Continue reading Day 234 – Geraniums on gold
Some day (in my copious spare time) I’m going to have to research out this ivy obsession in the 50′s. I think between Sue and I we have close to two dozen tablecloths in all kinds of color combos but the real question is WHY?? Maybe it goes along with
Continue reading Day 233 – Blue bricks and red ivy
LOTS of color!
If this looks vaguely familiar its because I own its cousin, and we used it Day 7 (Dinner is Served). Both came from Nadine and both are Wilendur prints. This just seemed like the right one to end a week of rainbow tablesettings.
The WHOLE rainbow!
Day 230 – The Rainbow!
Time for holly!
I had completely forgotten about this tablecloth, it was in my “cutter” stack. While cleaning up my daughters room I found an entire stack of these cloths and this one is PERFECT for the season.
Pretty good for a cutter : )
Just so we’re all
Continue reading Day 181 – Gold holly
A wreath and a bow
As promised we are back in the land of conventional and NO glitter!
Sue loved this print so much she bought it three times, in three different sizes for her Christmas feasts. It is the epitome of Christmas decorations to me, with its cheerful bows,
Continue reading Day 180 – Bows, wreaths and holly!