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Thursday, October 13, 2016

Foxy Fall Tablescape


I had fun creating a tablescape with colors and items that I don't normally use.

  When I saw these cute foxes at HL in the 90% of isle last year,   even though they were so cheap,   could they fit in with my style of decorating?       I love a good challenge,  so let's see how it worked out!

Even though this is not the usual tablescape you see me create,   I hope you will enjoy it!

I used the existing center piece that I made a few weeks ago.     I took out the Halloween items and filled in the blank areas with  some copper leaves,  metallic pumpkins, and big acorn ornaments.

I decided to use china that has touches of fall color as well as the pink that I love so much

Ready for a tour around the table?

I bought my fox placemats at Walmart last year.  

 The first course of my dinner will be soup served in a double handled tea cup.

If you are serving a hearty soup as the main course,   consider repurposing a gravy boat for a soup bowl.

Dessert will be pie and coffee.

I have had my candle pieces of pie for more than 15 years.....

The apple slice of pie looks yummy doesn't it!

I couldn't resist giving my little foxes a collar.

I have used my tiered stand centerpiece in three different ways so far,   and plan to use it again and again

I hope you enjoyed my Foxy Fall Tablescape!

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  1. like the fox best of your tablescapes so far

  2. This is simply charming, Penny---the very essence of Fall meets gracious entertaining. And I was so wrapped up in all the little foxes and all that gorgeous china (the cup IS for soup---in those lovely elaborate sets of days ago, the flat wide bowl was for heavy soups, and the dainty double-handled one for clear light soups like consomme and boullion. And even the most rigidly-mannered guests were perfectly free to lift the bowl by its elegant handles and sip the soup). You're very fortunate to have such a complete collection---those exquisite fragile pieces haven't survived the years well in most cases.

    Absolutely delightful. And I got so carried away with all the sweet details (that little vixen with the jeweled collar) that i only noticed in the last picture that the placemats had foxes, as well. You SLY artist, you--no detail overlooked.


  3. Penny, your foxy table is adorable. I would have been tempted to get those little guys as well. I have a fondness for foxes. We live near a creek, and fox families can be seen on occasion in our neighborhood.
    The china is lovely! I most definitely enjoyed your table.

  4. Your tablescape is very delightful. The foxes are adroable
    Hugs Alessandra

  5. Very cute table setting. The foxes add a fun and very fall like feel. Looks great, as your designs always do.

  6. Fantastic tablescape! Looks cute & inviting!

  7. Gosh Penny, you are very successful at making me not grimace at pink and mauve. Just not my colors, but you always seem to put a magical spin on it...and make your 'scapes' gorgeous. Love the soft tones and the fall works well. Great Looks, Sandi

  8. Penny,
    Love this darling tablesape!! The foxes are so cute!! And love the place mats!!

  9. So pretty, I can smell the cinnamon spice and almost taste those candle pie pieces! Keep smiling and creating. Beautiful Vignette's

  10. Your table is beautiful! I love the foxes!

  11. Beautiful tablescape Penny, those foxes are just too adorable. Your attention to detail is amazing and everything looks so inviting. I just want to stay a while and absorb all that gorgeousness

  12. Wow, Lovely. Thank you for linking up with us at #HomeMattersParty. See you again next week.

  13. So cute! Thank you for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

  14. So very cute. Love the little foxes. Thanks for sharing your lovely table at DI&DI.


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