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Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Tablescape Thursday

Our Tablescape is of course a holiday table




We have guests joining us.
Do you see them?




Perhaps a little butter?
gobble, gobble!


in true southern tradition,
individual salt cellars







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8 comments:

Maria said...

Very peaceful looking table setting...
Love the 'turkey' butter :o)
Blessings Always * Maria

Leigh of Bloggeritaville said...

Beautiful tablescape, Jessica!

Phyllis AROUND THE HOUSE said...

Wow that turkey butter is the coolest thing, I'll bet it was the talk of the table, did anyone use it...hope not...I'll be back to visit..

Lana K. W. Austin said...

Beautiful table--LOVE the fleur de lis napkin rings--my best friend from college brought me some similar ones back from France and I was TICKLED PINK. I love all fleur de lis items. Actually, I love just about everything you love that you listed in your about me section. And I'm in Huntsville!!!!!!
Please tell me more about yourself.
MANY blessings to you,
Lana

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Such a beautiful table -- I love that turkey butter! Did you mold it yourself? I would love to do that!

LauraBeth said...

Love it!
My grandmother has some antique wooden butter presses that she used to use at holidays. I always thought they were so cool!

black eyed susans kitchen said...

Your table setting is lovely and that butter turkey is fabulous...I have never seen that before. My brother in law was joking about how nicely I "carved" the cranberry sauce into a round shape...I see that you did yours that way too. (lol)

nannykim said...

I love the whites in this--gives a formal clean look.