This is my first linky and my first vignette. I have enjoyed visiting y’all so much that I just had to create a blog so I could join the parties! Here is my first vignette.
I’m using a combination of thrifts and gifts for this vignette. The monogramed decanter and the Jim Shore angel were gifts from dear friends. The scalloped-edge glass divided dish was a thrift find as was the beautiful J&G Meakin Blue Nordic platter. The greenery in a basket was a yard sale find.
Today I’m linking up at A Stroll Thru Life for Table Top Tuesday.
Welcome to Tabletop Tuesday, glad you could join us!!
This is a lovely vignette. Love that blue and white oval platter, so pretty.
Your vignette has good balance and texture.
Tammy welcome to blogging I know your going to love it!! Your vignette is beautiful! So nice meeting you, Martina
Your vignette is so pretty. I like the variety of things, especially the decanter and little basket of greenery…. actually I like everything in it. Thanks for your sweet comments on the Highland Tea. It was fun to put together. I’ll stop by and visit you again.
Hi Tammy, thanks for stopping by my blog and WELCOME to the world of blogging! I really love your Meakin platter, it’s beautiful and looks terrific with all the other treasures you’ve gathered together!
What a beautiful vignette Tammy. The monogrammed decanter is really pretty and so is the plate…Christine
Well, Welcome! You made a beautiful vignette. Looking forward to more. Thanks for sharing. Karie
Beautiful vignette Tammy! I love the Jim Shore.
Your vignette is beautiful. Love the blue and white platter. Welcome to Blogville. I look forward to getting to “know” you. laurie
Love your vignette! You did a great job. The platter is gorgeous and I love the monogrammed decanter!
Beautiful vignette. I love your pretty platter and the monogrammed bottle is gorgeous. The angel and greenery with the ruffled edge dish round out the display perfectly. Beautifully done. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty
Hey Tammy, that Blue Nordic platter is a match to the dishes my grandmother used for special occasions. We still use them for large family gatherings. Are you interested in parting with it?
Hi Charlene, thanks so much for stopping by! No, I want to hang on to this one, but I promise to keep you in mind if I run into another one, okay?
Tammy, your platter is one of my favorite patterns, and a beautiful vignette.
The French Hutch