I know I just showed you a tablescape a couple of days ago, but I couldn't resist sharing the one I did today using wood slice chargers. Hope you're not tired of seeing the family dining room,,,,lol!
Have a seat and let's take a look around the table.....
I've seen lot's of wood slices in the stores, but these were the first ones I'd seen that had touches of pale pink in the grain.
I found them at Kirkland's on sale for $6.50 each if you have been looking for some to use in your Farmhouse style tablescapes. You can also stand them up on an easel and use them in your vignettes.
I borrowed some of the pretty rose patterned dishes from the vignette in a vintage strainer on the kitchen counter.
I used my favorite cotton napkins in my tablescape.
I picked out one of my vintage quilts to use as the tablecloth.
Then, my favorite part of a tablescape.....making the centerpiece. I don't know if I've mentioned before that years ago, I created centerpieces for a local interior design company.
My container is a rustic wood storage box. I added a bow made from chicken wire.....yes chicken wire. I put it in the picture so you could see how it comes.....on a roll.....in the fall isle at Hobby Lobby.
I also tucked in a few pieces of the chicken wire "ribbon" in a couple of places in my arrangement.
Next to the centerpiece, I have a metal measuring cup with a rose bouquet. AND......since it's a Farmhouse tablescape, I included two baby Jackalopes.
I am beginning to accept the fact that fall will be here soon.......
Which season is your favorite?
I'm not finished with the vignette on the buffet in front of the window, but I will share it with you when I'm done!