Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Tablescape at Mother's

On my recent visit with family,
(living in Huntsville, Tx)
Mother and I played tablescape
with her dishes.

~Sea Foam and Shells~

She made the little shell bowls using a
ruffled clam half and assortment of
smaller shells with a
wooden curtain ring for the base.
Perfect for a serving of fresh fruit.

And this beautiful blue coral she
bought while living in California.

For more Tablescapes visit
Susan at Between Naps on the Porch

Thankful Thursday


carolinajewel said...

What fun to be able to play tablescape with your mother! She made the bowls - I'm impressed! The whole table is just lovely!!!! :D Jewel

Katy said...

Lovely tablescape! Beautiful dishes and stemware! Love the 'bubbles' with the sea theme!

"Blossom" said...

So unique! This is a stunning.
I just love the sea and sand themes' of memories of the ocean.

PAT said...

I love the colors! Beautiful table!!

Deborah@ The Painted Nest said...

So pretty! I love shells~~~this is just beautiful Candy !!! Makes me miss the ocean~~~I think it's time foe a road trip to good ol Fla. ~~~~~ Blessings, Deborah

The Rustic Victorian said...

Lovely Candy!

Mama said...

What a wonderful time you both had and what a stunning table you both created Candy, your mum has some beautiful treasures, everything looks so beautiful together. Happy Thursday, Kathy.

Janie's World said...

How fun to play with your mother's dishes! Love the little irridescent bubbles! Everything looks so pretty!

Marie said...

Wow Candy! I luv your theme for today...again! You're such a creative tablescaper (is that a word)??? But you know what I mean...just creative!

B said...

This is gorgeous. I love all the shells and bubbles. Being a California gal, I'm kind of partial to the ocean, so this tablescape is like having the ocean right inside my own house. The blue coral is so beautiful!
Have a nice day. :-) Brenda

Raggedy Girl said...

What a beautiful Sea Scape Table and I loved your sparkly accents. Very nice.

Have a Thankful Thursday
from the Raggedy Roberta Anne

Chandy said...

Candy, the table beautifully matches your blog! :-)
Beautiful table, I just posted about my First St. pat's table!

I love the color scheme, the seascape theme deserves an applause! Happy Thursday to you!

Kathleen Ellis said...

What a pretty setting and lovely shell bowl...very clever!
Thanks for stopping by for glad you enjoyed it!
Happy Spring!

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

what fun! Love the bubbles!

Linda said...

You and your mom did a great job....very pretty and peaceful. You'll have to invite her back! Linda

Ashley ~ said...

I just had to stop in and say HOWDY to another Texas gal*! Have a great day*!


Chari said...

Hello Candy...

So nice of you to stop in for a visit today...thank you so much for all of your sweet comments!

Well my friend, how special to be able to do a tablescape with your Mom. It's been several years since my Mom and I have been able to do this...she's in Texas and I'm clear up here in Colorado! Your shell themed tablescape is gorgeous...unique...and so creative! I especially love the dessert bowls that your Mom made out of the shells...that's a grand idea and they turned out beautifully!!! Your place those irridecsent baubles (sorry, not sure what they are called) but they reminded me of the little bubbles that travel atop the waves when coming ashore...soooo pretty! Love the beautiful shell centerpiece too...all so creative and ohhh so pretty!

Warmest wishes,

KBeau said...

I'm super impressed that your mother made the bowls. And they are so pretty.

Miss Laura Lu/RMS4291960 said...

It ate my comment! Thank you Candy for coming over and your sweet comments! I love your blog! Your tablescape is very pretty with all the shells! And so special that you and your mom worked on it together! You are a very interestins person! God Bless! Lauralu :)

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

What a cute tablescape!

Susan @ A Southern Daydreamer said...

beautiful table! love the shells!

Kim Chalfant said...

Love it!! I can hear the ocean waves now. The bubbles are too cute.

Cathy said...

You and your mom did a great job putting together this table. The way you have arranged the seashells with the bubble is so interesting and elegant!