Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Table for One-Green and White

Hi everyone, Happy Tablescape Thursday and Thrifty Thursday! I love red but I wanted to showcase green as a primary Christmas color today, so I used it in a simple seasonal setting!
  
  
The "Seasons Greetings" plate is from Salvation Army - 69¢
Cute porcelain soup bowls from Walmart - love them!
Beautiful napkins from Ma and fun live evergreen from T - thanks to both of you!

I'm joining the Very Merry Vintage Holiday Home Party, Vintage Thingie Thursday and 
Flash Back Friday with my G-Mom-B's green Noel. 
She had this for as long as I can remember and now I enjoy it too!

Ok, I did sneak in a little red:@)
Have a happy day!

Please join my "The Reason For The Season Party" and showcase your Nativity Scene!
Details HERE!

63 comments:

  1. The green looks very nice! Pretty setting.

    Hugs,
    Jacalyn

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  2. A very simple but classy table setting..Have a great day.

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  3. The white and green is very pretty.Thank you

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  4. Love the bright green. Pam from the House of Hawthornes blog has the same Noel. It is charming. I wonder if you could find little candles for it. merry♥O

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  5. Lynn, the colors are so pretty - love that bright green. Especially love your tablecloth. I like how the little bird is perched on your evergreen too.
    Blessings, Beth

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  6. Simple yet elegant.

    Thanks for stopping to visit me. I am still low energy but up to visiting briefly.

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  7. What a soothing mini 'scape! Excellent work with the greens. I can see a NOEL set in my future...

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  8. The green looks so rich and is a great idea.

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  9. Love the green, very pretty touches with the Santa Plate.
    Ann

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  10. This table setting is really nice....have a nice day you too...hugs, Flavia

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  11. It's all SO pretty, BUT, My "VERY Favorite" is the NOEL... I thought it was one piece BUT I've been STUDYING IT and I think the letters are individual??? An I right??? I LOVE them!!!Are they/it candle holders??? Hmmm, Ebay, here I come!
    Hugs to you,
    Donna

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  12. I love GREEN and this is gorgeous :)
    great find @ SA ~ tis the season...
    ~victoria~

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  13. What a score on that plate for 69 cents..yahooo..Though RED is my all time favorite, I just adored the vibrant green that you have shared here..the first pic was just gorgeous...

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  14. How pretty and festive! Love the little tree! Hope you are having a great week!...hugs...Debbie

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  15. Oh, I love that Noel! It really takes me back. The tablesetting is lovely, Lynne!

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  16. You know, I LIKE the green! I hadn't thought until this very post but it's a wonderful Christmas color and not used as the primary color enough.

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  17. So festive! Love the little plate and the price you paid for it! And that soup bowl is so great. Your little evergreen tree is the perfect centerpiece, and I love the little bird sitting on the edge of it. laurie

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  18. Very pretty, Lynn. I love the NOEL!

    XO,
    Jane

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  19. A pretty and festive setting. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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  20. I love the green...what is it about ornaments, they are so pretty we should just have a bowl of them sitting out all year!

    Your NOEL is wonderful...a treasure.

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  21. There's my NOEL! Have you ever seen the larger ones? My sister found a set in an antique store and they are about 5" tall.

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  22. A great Noel treasure from your loved one.

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  23. Such pretty greens. I love the shapes and lusters of the different balls. What a great Noel candleholder. I love white with any color, it makes a great table for one or any number! Will be sure to join you for the Nativity collections!

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  24. So pretty! I love the soup bowl too, and the Noel!

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  25. Hi Lynn! Oh, I love it - the green is so pretty!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  26. Enjoyed the post! A simple but elegant setting. The NOEL is so lovely and a wonderful reminder of your G-ma. Came by way of Thrifty Thursday ... thanks for sharing!

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  27. You got my attention when I saw the green ornaments...love it, gorgeous!

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  28. Love the greens! That soup bowl is great - will have to visit Walmart!!!!
    Excited about your Reason for the Season Party! We turn our sunroom into the Town of Bethlehem for the season. Can't wait to see the other nativity scenes!!!!

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  29. What a lovely table setting for one. What a sweet way to treat oneself.
    Cindy

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  30. Love the green! Perfect ideas ... thanks so much for sharing.

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  31. Love the seasonal green & your bird perched on your little tree!

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  32. I love ALL this green, especially your grandma's NOEL!

    Love the pig-deer pulling Santa's sleigh too!

    Katherine

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  33. I love green and white together; so fresh and classic!

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  34. Just LOVE the green! The little bird is wonderful too! Those ornaments are FAB!!!!

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  35. Love the green! Thank You for sharing~

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  36. I chose green as my accent color this Christmas, too~ I especially love how it looks with black and white! Love your decorations!

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  37. Green is my favorite color, so I appreciated your using it as your primary color here. Very pretty.

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  38. This is a perfect table to sit down to while you am decorating and need a lunch break. I just love your Season's Greeting plate. And the way you used all those green ornaments is so fetching that I want to now do something with green balls too. They look fabulous and so very festive all together!
    Yvonne

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  39. I love that NOEL figurine it adds drama to the tablescape. Green is also part of centerpiece in the dining along with some gold and red.

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  40. Hi there, nice to see you and this is just a lovely setting! Love the greeting plate too!
    Terry

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  41. Love the seasons greetings plate, what a deal. The bowls from WalMart are great. Its amazing what you can find when you least expect it. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  42. The NOEL greeting is so nice. It does have that vintage look. Tell me, is it just the angle of the shot or do those green ornaments in the first picture have an elongated shape?

    I will try to do something more than just plunk down Mary and Joesph and join The Reason for the Season Nativity Pary.

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  43. Love this green. It is so nice to change it up a little. I have a collection of green "charm" that it will be using a little later on in the month. I am still trying to get over our trip and Thanksgiving. Love the bargains used in this one. Hugs, Ginger

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  44. HI Lynn...

    Ohhh...I love your green and white Christmas table, my friend! That shade of green...emerald green...is sooo pretty! It looks simply gorgeous against the white! Love all of your beautiful green ornaments...awesome! I also really like the white urn with the pine greenery...and...that sweet little bird that you added to it! My FAVORITE!!! Sooo very pretty, my friend...thank you for sharing your beautiful table with us!!!

    Warmest Christmas wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

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  45. Loving all the green and white and your adorable sparkling bird. You do it up right and I hope your sweet table for one makes you smile each day!

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  46. How fun to break it down to one holiday color! I love the way it turned out.

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  47. What a great idea -- I love green and this is beautiful. Fun how you sneaked a little red in at the end though.

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  48. Hi lovely lady, I love your beautiful green color Ornaments you have just Gorgeous !

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  49. Such a pretty table! I hadn't thought about the fact that green does get overshadowed by red this time of year. I think it looks great and love the little bird.

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  50. I love seeing the green!!! Your noel sign is lovely and the bird is the icing on the cake. Great table.

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  51. A beautiful green tablescape. I love the tablecloth and the green Noel. It is so cute. Thanks for stopping by my blog. ~Alana~

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  52. Such a cheery table! Since there's not much green left around here it's a welcomed sight ;)

    Love your heirloom Noel!

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  53. I love the green. One of my favorite colors and you use it so beautifully! The Noel just makes the table! Thanks for sharing.
    ~Holly

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  54. OMG, Lynn... as a white green lover, I could die with your treasures. I love the Noel, thing in your centerpiece.

    LOVE it. Everything's perfect, a very me style, simple & EZ...

    Happy TS to you and have a great week-end ahead.
    /chie

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  55. It is beautiful!!!! I love green too.
    Have a fantastic friday.

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  56. Love this green...it's so different and such a serene look. Oh, and I've stolen your pizza dip recipe. My pizza loving husband will love this!!

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and thank you for sharing!

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  57. Love your berry green post :-) Its funny..at this time of the year I always notice how stop lights look Christmasy with their Green and Red. Silly I know. Thanks for linking up for Flashback Friday!

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  58. Our family treasures are always the very best! Love your grandmother's 'NOEL.' Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay

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