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Country Purple Tablescape



Using Italian Dessert plates and some polish pottery I set a purple and white tablescape. 



There is a mixture of thrift store and department store dishes, along with various gems I found around the house that I used for a centerpiece.


Country Purple Tablescape

Using some Italian Dessert plates and some polish pottery I set a purple and white tablescape.

I have collected a few of barn pulleys out junking and I have been wanting to use them on a table and finally found a way too.

Using some Italian Dessert plates and some polish pottery I set a purple and white tablescape.

Country Tablescape using Purple and White dishes

I like adding that unexpected touch to a table, I think it really amps it up, don’t you?




The grape leaf dessert plates were a thrift store find a couple of years ago. I did some online research and found they aren’t valuable, but I love them.


The other two dishes were found at a local HomeGoods.






I am still busy tweaking various projects around the house. Buying pull out shelving for my butlers pantry. (If you missed those posts you can see the last post HERE)




Also, I am hoping to finish up mulching the flower beds this weekend if the weather allows. If not, I will probably do yucky laundry.




It seems like spring is finally here, our windows are open and the breeze is blowing in.








Plus I have little sprouts popping up all over, so garden pictures will be coming soon.







Last weekend I was helping my sister paint her deck. We did a two color effect of her 2 favorite colors. I can't wait to see it all finished with her outdoor furniture and flowers blooming.



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I regret to say that I didn't get pictures of when her Cat named Tom Tom, got into a puddle of paint underneath the deck. (spillage accident) I think that fat little furry creature rolled in the red paint because he covered about 70% of his body with it. Boy were we laughing!




He looked like a 20lb pudgy red berry.  




The whole time we were washing him off in the kitchen sink, I had a hold of his front paws for my sister and he was just giving me a look full of pure hatred.




He would have clawed my eyes out if I let him go…He definitely is not a lover of bathing. At least in water.







Well, that is what I have been up too lately, anything new in your life?







XO,


Christine

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