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11.16.2010

Sunday Supper with family ............

A Sunday supper during the harvest months. Not my Thanksgiving table, but decorated enough for a nice family get-together.

Lots of "earthy" elements.


Candles added as it got darker.
The dessert table before it was weighted down with goodness!


The "kids" table. (Doesn't everyone have a kids table?)
I have linked this with Susan. Check out the unbelievable
tables for the week.

8 comments:

  1. Hello Lori,
    this would also make a nice Thanksgiving table. All is very nice decorated and I love the earthy theme. We don't have usually special kid's table because there is no space for an extra table left. But kids would love that, I am sure.
    Greetings, Johanna

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  2. I like the rustic look and the use of the spools for candles. I do do children tablescapes. Check out the teddy bear birthday

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  3. Anonymous11/18/2010

    Next time snap a pic or two with the fam. Tablescapes are great, peoplescapes are better!

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  4. Family dinners are always so much fun. That dessert table looks pretty full already. I've never thought of using tealights on my spools. Much less mess that way!

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  5. What an absolutely perfect table setting you have created just in time for the holidays. I just love all of the different textures. Have a very Happy Thanksgiving.

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  6. I love your Sunday harvest meal table...so many wonderful textures. I love the use of all the spools in your centerpiece. The decorated cookies look really cute, too bad you hadn't shown an up close shot!
    Happy Thanksgiving.

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  7. That canoe is really slick, and I love the spools as candlesticks!!!

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  8. I've always liked the old spools used as candlesticks...perfect for your tablescape. Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay

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