January 11, 2018

Set the Table - Snowball Fight; My House

Come on in. It's cold outside.

I have been hoarding a bunch of snowballs.  They are all ready and waiting for you to join us.


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We won't need coats, hats, scarves, or gloves.

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We are inside for a snowball lunch and hot chocolate.

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The inspiration came from these white pom-pom napkins.

They remind me of tiny snowballs.


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The foundation for the table setting is a faux fur table runner.

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The plate stack starts with a white charger, a white dinner plate and salad plate topped with a brown and white transferware plate.

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The little brown cones come from the Casuarina tree.

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Each place setting includes any number of handmade snowballs.

The snowballs were made by winding yarn around different sized foam balls and held together with a dab of hot glue here and there.


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A closer look at the plate stack.


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For the centrepiece, a silver bowl stands on a glass pedestal and holds a faux birch bark candle, a bit of greenery and yarn snowballs.


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Thank you for stopping by.



Some of the Elements Used on the Table

Faux fur table runner - Home Sense a couple of years ago
White Chargers - Walmart 2017
Dinner Plates - Richmond by Johnson Bros.
Salad Plates - Coastline
Brown & White Transferware plates - Royal Mail by Myott
Flatware - Bombay Co.
Silver Bowl - Thrift store
Glass pedestal - My grandmother's candy dish
Candle - Gluckstein Home, The Bay
Napkins - Bowring 2017
Faux snow



This is an original Fair Meadow Place 'Set the Table - Snowball Fight; My House' Publication.




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30 comments:

  1. This is so delightful! I just love the birch bark candle in your silver bowl surrounded by "snowballs." I've often made yarn balls like that as ornaments but never thought of the snowball idea! It's really terrific. I think I'd like that party very much!

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  2. I love your table and especially the yarn snowballs. Very creative! Everything is so pretty.

    Catherine
    Smashing Plates Tablescapes

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    1. Thank you, Catherine. Nice to have you stop by.

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  3. What a delightful idea for lunch! Snowballs and hot chocolate are two of my favorite things. I never considered making my own snowballs - these are terrific! The overall effect is lovely.

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    1. Thank you, Sandra. After Christmas and the prospect of a long cold winter I need a little fun.

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  4. Oh my! What FUN!!! I adore your snowballs! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Barbara, What fun!! I was very intrigued with your title so I just had to investigate. Thanks for sharing. Sylvia D.

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  6. You've brought the snow inside! I live in Brisbane, Australia where it is too hot for snow so if I did this I could make my own! Thanks for sharing with us at #BloggersPitStop

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    1. It is nice to hear from you, Sue. Thank you for stopping by. I hope it isn't too hot in Brisbane. I can assure you that it has been too cold here.

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  7. This is adorable! I love everything about it. From your dishes to your fur down to the yarn snow balls. Brilliant!
    :) gwingal

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    1. Thank you so much, Nikki, for stopping. It is nice to see you here.

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  8. I love the napkins! Thank you for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

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  9. This is adorable. I may have to do this with my Delamere. So, so cute.

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    1. Yes, Katie. That would look great. Please share if you do it.

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  10. Love your snowballs and the napkins! Wonderful winter table-scape. Brown and white transferware on the pretty white -- gorgeous!

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    1. Thank you, Snap. A bit of fun to break up the winter blahs.

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  11. This is so pretty! I love every detail!! Something like this would be so cute in my house! ~ Kristin www.whitearrowshome.com

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    1. Thank you, Kristin. It was really easy to put together, too.

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  12. Such a stunning post! I will be featuring next Thursday for Thursday Favorite Things on my blog!
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    1. Thank you, Amber, for featuring this post. I am now following you in my Reader. I will be visiting you.

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  13. Thank you for linking up at OVER THE MOON Link Party. I am back to tell you that you are one of my features on this week’s Party which will go live Sunday night at 5 central.
    Please link up again!
    :) gwingal

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    1. Thank you, Nikki. I look forward to seeing you Sunday night.

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  14. Love!

    Debby
    Debbygoesshabby.blogspot.com

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