August 17, 2017

Set the Table - Sunflowers

Set The Table - Sunflowers



This post might be more aptly named Sunflowers and Black-Eyed Susans.





I know it is late Summer when the yard fills up with these yellow beauties.






I love these plates with the big sunflowers from Pier 1 Imports.







The yellow plates, napkins and napkin rings are also from Pier 1 Imports.

The Yellow plates were used in a previous post HERE





Amber-coloured goblets, silver flatware in Evening Star pattern, as well as the tablecloths were thrift store finds.



Placemats are from the Great Canadian Superstore.



The gold-coloured tablecloth is linen and the round bottom tablecloth is beautifully lined and trimmed with braid.



























Thank you for stopping by.


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26 comments:

  1. Gorgeous setting, Barbara! Your plates are perfect. I like how you drooped the sunflower bloom over the plate on the stand in the center collection. Your natural setting is wonderful with the sunflowers and black-eyed susans. Yellow is such a happy color! :-)

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    1. Thank you for your lovely comments, Kim. Have a terrific week.

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  2. Absolutely beautiful and perfect for this time of year!

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    1. Janetgia, it is so much fun putting table decor together. Thank you for stopping by.

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  3. Your table and garden setting is beautiful. Sunflowers make me smile and your post is full of late summer cheer.

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    1. I am always pulling out the Black-eyed Susans as they have a tendency to take over the garden. I must admit, though, that they really brighten it up at this time of year. Have a great weekend, Ann.

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  4. So, so pretty Barbara!!! Love it all! I came here looking for your social media links (for our Series) and found a page of wonderful sunflowers. I shared this post on Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, and Twitter.

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    1. Thank you Dee. I appreciate the shares. If you still need my links I can send the by email.

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  5. I'm not usually into tablescapes, but oh those sunflowers just drew me in. Thanks for stopping by Gingham Gardens. I'm looking forward to seeing more of your gardens.

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    1. Thank you, Joanna. This garden is quite small. Right now it looks great with all the yellow flowers, but you might be disappointed at other times of the year.

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  6. Just beautiful! Thank you for sharing!

    Barb

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  7. Wow!!!Love your tablescape!Love the flowers!Gorgeous dish!

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  8. Such a lovely table with all those wonderful Sunflowers and black eyed Susans.....
    Your plates are gorgeous, what a fun transistional or full blown Fall table.
    Would be a joy to sit there! Thanks for sharing this pretty eye candy.
    Blessings, Nellie

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    1. We have so many yellow flowers in the garden at this time of year. Thank you for your lovely comments.

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  9. This tablescape is absolutely beautiful. I love everything about it. Pinning.

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    1. Thank you, Leanna, for commenting and pinning. Have a great day.

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  10. Gorgeous sunflowers - I love them and wish mine had grown this year

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    1. I don't know about where you live, Amber, but the growing season here was kind of off this year. Have a great day.

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  11. I just love Sunflowers, Barbara as they instantly lift my mood. I look forward each week to your table settings and thank you for sharing with us at #overthemoon link party. Have a great week!

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    1. Thank you so much, Sue. You are very kind.

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  12. I adore sunflowers and I can't imagine a more cheerful late summer table. Love those dishes. Wonder if our Pier One has them?

    Just returned from your lovely country. How I'd love to return to stay!

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    1. I think sunflowers would be fun to paint, Jeanie. I am so glad you enjoyed your visit to Canada.

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