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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Baby It's Cold Outside Tablescape

I have done the small dining room in a theme of  "Baby It's Cold Outside". Part 1 is the buffet and this one is the tablescape.   I have draped a coat on each of the chairs in case my guests get cold....Brrr!



Each place setting is different. 

I used my Mary Englebreit Comfort and Joy tea set....

An assortment of white ironstone...

Embroidered napkins...

And each guest will get a healthy slice of "cheesecake " and a big piece of ribbon candy! 

For the centerpiece, I used a Christmas tree mug holder.....

Beads and tea cups....

and of course, Santa's.

This small dining room is part of our family room.  That recliner is where I sit 90% of the time when I do my posts for the blog.  

I did a separate post on the buffet in the background...check it out on my blog!

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34 comments:

  1. I am sitting here just sighing over all of your delicious decorations!... how fun to put a coat on the back of each chair, and I love your Christmas tree cuprack all decorated!... your home must look like a winter fairyland... I would love to visit, but then I would never want to leave... xoxo Julie Marie

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  2. Dear Penny, your house looks like a Christmas fairy tale. Well done, I believe we're enjoying everything.
    Greeting and a big hug,

    Vesna

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  3. You've created a beautiful artist's canvas with the variety of elements in your design. Marvelous. Thanks for inviting us for a peak. Cherry Kay

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  4. Dear Penny, my mouse is going up and down, u p and down...how many beautiful decors!!And the chairs?! You are always elegant and original..i love your style!
    Kisses
    Alessandra

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  5. Oh I love your Baby it's Cold Outside table , love the minks

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  6. Oh! How cute is that!?! I love your take on that old song! xo Diana

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  7. What a fun table...love the vintage coats! Is that real ribbon candy...I hope I can find some this year.

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  8. The tea cup tree is adorable and yet so creative! I love the festive and fun look...but my favorite part is those coats draped on the chairs.....What a FABULOUS idea! Roxie

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  9. Love your table.. I'm sure I would stay wonderfully warm! xo marlis

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  10. Penny,
    What a lovely tablescape!! I LOVE the Tea Cup tree!! So pretty!!
    I wanted to also mention that i love your wreath with the glass ornaments. Would you ever thing of doing a tutorial on how to make them??

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  11. I love your "Christmas Tea Christmas Tree"! I have never seen a cuter presentation of tea cups and it's so perfect for this season of the year. Your home is so lovely and inviting.
    Blessings and thanks so much for sharing!
    Carolynn

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  12. Hi Penny, what a wonderful visit. I love your table and all the pretty touches. You have certainly inspired me this morning. Love the coat on backs of the chairs. Such a creative touch. I also love the teacup tree. Everything you do is amazing.
    Have a great weekend. Hugs, Celestina Marie

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  13. ooooh, Can I please come over for a cuppa? I'd love to drape one of those coats over my shoulders whilst sitting at your table supping tea!! Your guests will be very lucky!! A girl can dream anyway.... J9 x

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  14. Very sweet tablescape Penny! Love the teacup centerpiece and that tea pot and cups set is adorable!

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  15. Amazing! Your home is just magical...have an extra seat for me?

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  16. The Christmas mug tree (although they're too pretty to be called mugs)is glorious in itself, but I was completely bowled over by the cute little Roquefort cheese decoration!

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  17. What a magical place to live. I'm not sure if I'm more impressed with your things or your imagination. Coats to keep us warm during our visit with you, darling! Thx for sharing

    HPS

    ML

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  18. Homa Style is having a 12 Days of Christmas link party going on now.
    I would love it if you linked up your tablescape and coffee mug tree.
    The link is
    http://homastyle.com/wp/2012/12/01/12-days-of-christmas/

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  19. Hello Penny,
    What a novel idea; hanging a coat on each chair! Love your china and the teacup tree! Would so enjoy joining you for tea. Have a lovely day.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  20. Hello Penny,
    it is so nice to visit you - your wonderful decoration makes me joyful and smile. I feel really warm!
    Have a nice week!
    Siret

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  21. Such a lovely tea table, I really like the teacup tree.

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  22. a very nice tea setting! I love the whimsical touch of the coats!

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  23. Hi Penny,
    you combined so many eyecandies on the table. Its hard to spot everything. What a fun is this healthy and caloriefree cheese cake. And the tea cup holder is a really great idea. All looks very festive in the soft ice colors. Thank you for sharing this glamour tea setting. Have a wonderful Advent time.
    Best greetings, Johanna

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  24. How cute is that! Although it could easily double as a 'Baby Let's Celebrate Christmas' table scape :) Embroidered napkins always do the trick!

    Visiting from the link up :)

    Take care!

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  25. Love your teaset and china! The teacup tree is adorable! I love your tablescape, Penney. Merry Christmas!

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  26. Your tablescape is so cheerful and cute.

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  27. I love the tea cup tree! The whole thing looks like it came straight from a magazine!

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  28. What a festive table! I LOVE Mary Englebreit! Her art makes me smile and so does your table setting!
    sandy :)

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  29. I think one of your santas is a Jacqueline Kent, she is a good friend of a friend of mine. She sells her items in our little neighbouring town and has been picked up by big companies across the country. About four years ago, she went to China or Japan and started to have her items produced there. Surprised to see her on another site, I have the same one at my fireplace. I check your post all the time, so lovely...

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  30. Totally gorgeous Penny. Thank you for linking up at Shabbilicious Friday.

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  31. What a beautiful Christmas tea setting. Love your teacup tree! Have a wonderful day!
    Lisa

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  32. Very beautiful and creative! I like the idea of the cup tree...Christine

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