Wink with pink my sweet Valentine. Four steps to an all out pink tablescape. Step 1: Pick a table covering that pops. It's easy to get the look you want with a $3 roll of wrapping paper! Cut the paper to fit your table top and use the extra to wrap your gift. Home Goods has a great selection of gift wrap. Step 2: The place setting is minted with a gold charger topped with lots of pink plates. Pink is one of my basic colors. in my china closet. Here, the basic pink dinner plat
Jewels on the table add sparkle, glitter and elegance. It's easy! Reuse some of your holiday trends. I gathered some boxwood and made a garland and spread it across the diameter of the table. I added sweetheart roses intermittingly, and spread petals around the garland. The glitter is from a holiday jeweled garland. The garland is made with garnet-like crystals and rhinestone florets attached to gold mesh chainmaille. The tea lights are vintage Luminarc ruby red stem cordial
Your creativity usually stems from a past experience that is locked in your memory bank. I had an interesting experience this past weekend. I volunteered to help a friend at a charity trunk show. her jewelry selection is fabulous! I wanted to advertise a necklace by adding it to my outfit. Here’s the piece that caught my eye. I kept thinking, “Why does this piece feel so familiar?” I then realized that I created a similar piece 2 years ago for the city flower show, I was hon
Besides your significant other, your babies are your sweetest Valentine. So we have a special Valentine table for them. 1. KISS them and K.I.S.S (keep it simple sweetheart). 2. Kids like glitter, themes and candy. I strung a set of heart shaped lights and a red and gold tassel garland around a child's table. 3. Each chair had their Valentine artwork taped to teh back. If you haven't received your valentine, use last years. Since I save everything, I made a garland of my boys'
With Super Bowl on the horizon, one must still remember that Valentine's Day is nearing. I wanted to keep this year's table simple, but still have the "heart" felt feeling.
I went with a sparkling pale pink, and white tablescape. The sparkling touch is achieved by adding crystal and gold accents. Place Setting: Start with a pressed board gold placemat. The china is a pink contemporary dinner plate which emphasizes the pink in the 1960's pressed dessert plate. Contemporar
Valentine’s Day is approaching, and you should be thinking about your tablescape. Whether you have a sweetheart, friends, or little ones, it’s a day to show love, love, love. When we think of this day we think red, a red theme. I started with red tulips, but they just didn’t have the subtle pop that I wanted, especially when I have a set of pink china. I tried red chargers, red placemats, red and then, gold table cloth. All still fell flat. Place Setting: So, I decided to st