The dinner plate is American Traditional made in Canonsburg, Pa. That I bought at The Volunteers of America store last month for ninety cents each. The bullion bowls and saucers are Copeland Spode's Wicker Lane made in England bought from Goodwill. The chargers were bought at Goodwill (two dollars for all four).
A week ago Sunday I made little gingerbread pancakes for my Husband and myself. so I could use the gingerbread men plates that I found at the Goodwill right before Christmas before I put them away until next Christmas. I liked the idea of Valentines and gingerbread men for a hearty cold day breakfast.
I found lots of spring plants to brighten up the kitchen at the grocery store and the Home depot.
My little girl cat Oreo has been keeping me company while I cook and play.
The snow is still out on the patio, and skies are still grey. But it is cheerful and cozy in my kitchen.
Last week's post "Radiant Orchids" post is being featured at Make it Pretty Monday party at The
Dedicated House and at Mod Mix Monday at Mod Vintage Life.
Don't forget Laurie's Annual Valentine Par-tay on February 7th!
Make It Pretty Monday
Mod Mix Monday
Inspire Me Tuesday
You're Gonna Love It
Old Ads Conjure Memories and Link Party
This and That Thursday
Tablescape Thursday http://betweennapsontheporch.net/3-valentines-day-table-settings/
Bargain Decorating with Laurie Valentine Par-Tay