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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

It's Time for Tablescape Thursday!

this yellow Depression Glass tablescape was created for a recent photoshoot for the Tourism Bureau's quarterly magazine! It's so much fun to do these shoots. Special thanks to Susan for hosting our weekly party ... Make sure to click through her icon on the left of this post. You'll see lots of other beautiful tables!

25 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, I've just discovered you! This is really lovely against the black. I'm going to your website. Come see me when you have time.
    Marsha

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  2. I love the yellow glass and the black floral tablecloth! Beautiful!

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  3. Yellow always catches my eye, and those goblets are fantastic-enjoy!

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  4. Hi Debbie, I love depression glass and have several colors, but no yellow (yet)! Thanks for your visit. My spatterware bowls are metal and I have had them forever!
    Linda (More Fun Less Laundry)

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  5. Oh, so very pretty...you don't see much yellow depression glass compared to some of the other colors.

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  6. Oh how pretty, I didn't realize there was yellow depression glass.

    Donna

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  7. Oh, I love your yellow glass, very pretty. I will have to visit your website too. I'm from Southern IL. Thanks for stopping by.
    Sherry

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  8. I love your yellow glass. It all came together so well. the placemats are enchanting.

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  9. Love the yellow depression glass! Your table looks great!

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  10. Just lovely! I don't see very many yellow depression glass as yours! There's a Depression Glass show in Georgia later this month - it is a rainbow of color! I truly appreciate you!
    Hope you have a terrific day, Kathy

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  11. I love depression glass! Your table is really pretty. Love that you thrifted your table cloth fabric!

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  12. I haven't seen yellow Depression glass, but your collection is fabulous! It works well with the Fostoria, too! Yes, how on earth can the '70s and '80s count as "vintage"?? Thanks for your visit!

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  13. Love the yellow- so different! I like the "cheapy" Target flatware too! Thanks for visiting! Love, ~Nana~

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  14. What a beautiful table you've set! Oh, the yellow depression glass is just so pretty and I love your dark tablecloth - just sets everything off! What a collection you have.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  15. That lovely cloth shows off your amazing collection! It looks like you have a beautiful setting too.

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  16. I am not sure I have ever seen the yellow glass. So pretty and now I am on a quest to find some for my table as I could use some yellow to punch up he color here.

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  17. Hi, this yellow accents on the dark tablecloth remind me to a tropic night. Very nice.
    Greetings, Johanna

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  18. HI Debbie I love your TST very pretty depression glass. I wonder what we are using these days that will be popular in the future. Have a great day!

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  19. This is a beautiful setting. The tablecloth is stunning!

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  20. Very pretty and I like how you mixed different yellows and other colors too.

    I like depression glass too!

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  21. love that colored glass...this is all new to me, but i will be on the lookout for some!

    thanks so much for stopping by the cape on the corner, and for the info on my little table. a fern stand from the 40s or 50s. very interesting! there were 5 layers of paint to go through, but i got it stripped down now!

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  22. Your table is so pretty, I love your dishes! Mary

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  23. Your setting is just too much fun and you have made all the elements work perfectly.

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  24. I REALLY enjoyed seeing this table of yours. I have yellow glass dishes similar to yours that were my grandmothers. It has been hard for me to dress the table because whatever I put beneath them doesn't seem to accent and show the dishes off. I love this dark floral fabric beneath. Very nicely done. Thank you for sharing with us.

    Donna

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