Monday, May 9, 2011

Can you say Tablescape?

Hello all you tablescape lovers, we have a special treat for you this week! On Saturday a tablescapes luncheon was held by the Health Center Auxiliary in our community of Carrington, ND. The funds raised at the event will be used to help purchase medical monitoring equipment for our ambulances.




Cassie co-chaired the event (on a fractured foot, no less!). Lynette, Cassie and Andrea each participated this year by decorating their own tables. It was so much fun!



We will start off this tablescape series of posts with Lynette's table.




It was called "Springtime Flea Market - Open Rain or Shine".





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This lovely, heavy statue was part of the centerpiece for her table. She was perfectly worn and weathered and adorned with some junky jewels and a flower. Awesome, huh?
















At the base of the statue stood, well, another statue of course!






The bow tie was the perfect touch!






Around the base of the statues were all sorts of great, interesting objects she has found at flea markets and thrift stores. It was all so stunning together and these pictures really don't do it justice - it was colorful and F-U-N!






The details on her amber-colored glasses were beautiful. Lynette attached metal numbers and letters to the stem - the perfect touch!





Her plates were a grey and cream, and in between them and the top glass plate was a peacock feather. Cool.



Another fabulous detail: Old wrist watches used as napkin rings...







Oh, didn't I mention over the table hung this umbrella? Crystals hung on fishing line to resemble raindrops. Wow! (Get her theme now? - Springtime Flea Market - rain or shine!)







As if that wasn't enough, the luncheon guests at her table each received a small homemade pecan pie made by Lynette! (It was yummy, by the way!)





"Carol could never be sure if it was her sexy glasses that kept Howard lingering at the table...or if it was her pecan pie."


Hilarious, Lynette, and your table was over-the-top!



*Stay tuned to our blog: Cassie's table is up next!*



We're partying with Donna at SNS 81....come along!

11 comments:

  1. i adore using the vintage watch as a napkin holder
    wonderful
    Amy

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  2. Oh, I absolutely love! You can't stop now...show me more!!!

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  3. I love love love the watch as a napkin holder! such a cute idea!!!

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  4. Hi everyone,
    I just want to give credit where credit is due: Cassie let me borrow the FABULOUS necklace adorning my heavy statue. It was made by our friend Gretchen. Please visit her blog and see more of her wonderfully creative designs at www.mimitoriasdesigns.blogspot.com
    She's one talented lady!
    Thanks for the nice comments, Andrea...Wait till everyone sees how wonderfully "spring-y" your table was and how elegant Cassie's Garden Party turned out! I just love Tablescapes!

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  5. Great tablescape! Love, love the vintage watch as the napkin ring!
    Blessings!
    Jan

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  6. Lynette,
    Let's not tell Carol is really was the pie! Too funny! Love the table really inviting.
    smiles, alice

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  7. Oh my gosh - I LOVE THIS!!! And the pecan pie topper? I am ROLLING!!!

    GORGEOUS!!!
    ;-D robelyn

    p.s. you would have had to check my pockets on my way out... just sayin'.
    ;-D

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  8. I love this! I'd like to invite you to post it on Masterpiece Monday at Boogieboard Cottage. The link will be up all week, I hope you can join in. Have a nice week, Mary :O)

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  9. Love it all. What great ideas. The watch napkin ring is fabulous!
    ~Heidi

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  10. Great blog, I'm glad I found you! I -adore- your Queen necklace too! It's TDF!!

    Sheila

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  11. this is such a fabulous blog. so happy I found it. I am crazy for tablescapes. Would it be ok if I save the photos of the tables?
    Thanks, Melissa

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