Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Primary Colors For A Spring Brunch!

Hey everyone-Happy Tablescape Thursday! While we generally associate spring with lighter colors and pastels, Mother Nature does provide some primary colors in flowers!
The dark red in this tablecloth matches my Rubyware well!

I used the short vintage vase as a candle holder, I like it!

I'm joining Fresh Cut Friday with some fresh "dug" flowers out of the yard. 
These cute little Tete-a-Tete's in the Fenton basket will be headed back outside and carefully replanted. 

Here's a shot of the fun tablecloth, an Ebay reproduction.

And Earl says...
Always make time to stop and smell the flowers!
Have a happy day:@)

56 comments:

  1. Lynn, I love your ruby glass. I was online earlier researching this very thing! It's so handsome, and so is our friend Earl in the daffodils. LOL! Love your Fenton basket and vintage cloth, too. They are neat!

    Happy Tablescape Thursday to you...

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  2. That ruby glass is so gorgeous! What a lovely setting and the daffodils are just perfect for setting them off.

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  3. Great tablecloth and the red glassware.

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  4. I just love ruby glass! So pretty! My grandmother had a huge collection of it. What a find that tablecloth is! Goes so good with the glasses. The daffodils are so cute. I can't wait for mine to pop up. Love Earl out and about in the flowers too! He is such a fun loving piggie!

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  5. What a fun vintage tablecloth! I love the ruby glass. Earl looks great in the daffodils.

    Happy Tablescape Thursday!

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  6. I'm crazy for that tablecloth!
    It all looks wonderful with the ruby ware. I'd like some of that, too.

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  7. The Ebay reproduction is quite awesome!

    Di

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  8. Earl is pretty smart! Beautiful blooms. Such a pretty table, I love your ruby ware, looks lovely on the beautiful tablecloth.

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  9. Any day that begins with a visit with Earl HAS to be a good day.

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  10. Lynn, you're featuring all the things I love best: bold colors for Spring, vintage glassware and tablecloths, daffodils...bravo! I'll be revisiting this lovely 'scape again and again.

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  11. Lynn,
    Your tablescape is very pretty. I love the vintage tablecloth with the ruby red dishes.
    Sherry

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  12. ME TOO!..life is too short not to take time to smell the flowers.
    Love your tablecloth,and the Ruby-ware,soo lovely with the daffodils!!!(and looks like little piggy does too,hehe).
    ~JO
    LazyonLoblolly

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  13. That tablecloth is gorgeous...love the ruby glass with it. I can't believe you dug up flowers for your tablescape! We bloggers will go to extremes for our posts won't we??

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  14. Your ruby glassware looks so perfect and really matches the tablecloth. Earl looks like he's enjoying the spring flowers.

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  15. Oh my this is lovely! So Spring but with such lush colors. I love your ruby glass and the tablecloth is amazing. Oh and Earl be careful of the flowers they can cause allergies! hugs, Linda

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  16. Earl really enjoys life and I adore your tablecloth.

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  17. Hi Lynn,
    wonderful tulip taablecloth and perfect with your ruby glass set.
    Greetings, Johanna

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  18. I always love your tablescapes!!!

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  19. Lynn, what a beautiful table and you are so clever to pull up the bulbs for the table and then replant them. They are so adorable, I love their tiny blossoms! Your tablecloth is just gorgeous and the ruby glasses and dishes are fantastic. What is it about red and yellow? Both are such happy colors.
    Have a great day! Earl just never seems to look any older (you can tell him I said that!)

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  20. What an adorable tablecloth.

    - The Tablescaper

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  21. Totally fun ... this table "makes a statement." I like the vintage or vintage-looking tablecloth. Great job!

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  22. Love your red glass and tablecloth too! You have daffs? Not yet here!

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  23. You gotta love a table scape with Earl :) What a gorgeous table cloth!

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  24. Lynn, I love that ruby glass. It's beautiful.

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  25. Oh wow. this is a lovely table. I love the tablecloth and the ruby dishes are wonderful. I have wisteria, but no daffodils. They are so lovely. Thanks for dropping in with your kind comments.

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  26. Beautiful ruby glass. The tablecloth is the perfect background. Earl is too cute poking out of the daffodils. ;-)
    ~ Sarah

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  27. So much to like in this post! Ruby glass, vintage pattern tabelcloth and pretty mini daffoldils!

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  28. Beautiful! I love these colors and the cloth is fabulous. Love vintage!

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  29. What a wonderful tablecloth~ it is so cheery & makes me believe that spring is around the corner :-)

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  30. Earl's got it right!! We all need to slow down and take the time to smell the flowers!
    The rubyware is beautiful. Such a wonderful deep color. Love that tablecloth too. Vintage linens like that make me smile (and so does Earl).
    Jane

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  31. Hi Earl! It's good to see his cute little face, Lynn. OH, what a lovely table you've set. I love the pretty Rubyware you have and I adore your vintage tablecloth!
    Thanks for popping in to see me. You're coming to my party, aren't you? I need you!
    be a sweetie,
    shelia ;)

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  32. What a lovely tablescape!I love all the red!!!
    So bright and pretty! I'm coming by to say hello and follow you too!
    Thanks for joining us at Dandelion House!
    See you tomorrow for the Farmgirl/Farm Friend blog hop! This would be a pretty entry for sure!
    Deb

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  33. Your daffodils are just perfect with this tablecloth! Love that pattern, and your ruby glassware sets it all off nicely. Fun!

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  34. What a nice setting. The red is beautiful for this time of year. The pig in the flowers is so cute, made me smile. And 'fresh dug' friday, that is funny!

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  36. Lynn, Earl is a smart little porker, we should all take his advice...very pretty table with the ruby glass. Love the tablecloth with all the vibrant spring flowers.

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  37. Beautiful tablecloth and dishes! Love the red...
    Blessings My friend,

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  38. Hi lovely lady. I love your ruby red Glass sweet lady. I also love the little porker with the rain shoes on so sweet. I hope you have a nice Day.
    XXOO
    Diane

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  39. Love your primary colors. I never thought about the ruby red for this season. You are awesome. The tablecloth is perfect and Earl looks so at home amongst the flowers. Make sure he doesn't root around too much. Hugs, Ginger

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  40. Such a lovely and welcome riot of color...great tablecloth, and the ruby glass is beautiful. Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay

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  41. So pretty and yelling Spring!! love the ruby glassware. I have a couple of pieces from my mom.

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  42. Everything is so pretty ~ love all the color! I adore red so the glassware is a favorite. I'm a new follower and look forward to reading more.

    Stop by and say hi when you can!
    Pat

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  43. I LOVE!!!! that table clothe! So perfect! The little baby daffodils are so sweet. What a pretty table. :) Thanks for joining in and Linking up!! :)
    I really appreciate it!

    ~Liz

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  44. Your tablecloth is so beautiful and can be used with so many color schemes. Love you collection of the ruby glassware! Thanks for sharing. Happy Spring! Mrs. S

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  45. Red is a winner with me in any shape or form, your ruby glass is stunning.

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  46. LOVE this tablescape!!! I have been slowly picking up pieces of ruby red!! I love them! And yours is to die for!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  47. Super tablescape...lovin' all those spring touches!!

    Did you see Yvonne's post today with the "Market to Market" little piggy tote???? YOU NEED ONE!!!!

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  48. Just in case, I meant StoneGable:

    http://stonegable.blogspot.com/2011/03/to-maket-to-market-tote-and-little-gift.html

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  49. Never mind...I see you were second in line to comment on it. I should have known. :/ LOL

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  50. Like what you did with the daffodil arrangement, very creative! Love the ruby dishes...very elegant. Diane

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  51. Lynn, I'm back for a smile. Love that shot of Earl in the daffodils!
    Have a great weekend! ~ Sarah

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  52. How pretty your ruby glass is. Love it as a spring color with that wonderful tablecloth.

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