"Fern" from Richard Simmons doll collection (designed by Annie Wahl). We call her Virignia after our Mother's "exercise buddy."
I never make resolutions for the new year, but when Pat came up with the idea for this week's tablescape, I couldn't resist going along with it......Our ladies' Luncheon Group will enjoy it.
Over view of the table
The place setting
Flatware is by Nobility - simple silverplate
The place setting starts with two napkins held by a beaded multicolored napkin ring
Sorry the color is washed out, but this is Sea Mist - a vintage greenish Fiesta color by Homer Laughlin.
Next layer is a Rose Fiesta Luncheon plate
Sea Mist Fiesta Dinner plate
Pat used hot pink chargers to match one of the centerpiece dolls' swimsuit
Dollar Store glassware
Our version of a "Center(piece) Fold". Both lovely ladies sit on Yoga blocks (I have no idea what they are but Pat tells me she uses them.....)
One last look from the other end of the table
Where it came from:
Metallic Purple Placemats - Pier 1 years ago (Pat had to have them - purple? I said. It's an old lady's color. She told me to look at my driver's license.)
Hot Pink Charger - Inexpensive lacquer chargers from Michael's spray painted
Dinnerware - Vintage Sea Mist and Rose Fiesta by Homer Laughlin from anyplace we could find it (mostly eBay and Replacements)
Flatware - by Nobility from eBay
Glassware - Dollar Store
Exercise Equipment, Book, DVD - from Pat
Centerpiece Dolls - from Richard Simmons' Annie Wahl collection
One of Pat's awards
We are going to join Susan at "Between Naps on the Porch" this week: