The eyelash side would be perfect for throw pillows or covering a chair seat. I liked the reverse side to use for a table cover.
Wouldn't this be a wonderful Sunday brunch table. I can taste the mimosa's served in the cobalt blue champagne glasses. The sunflower serving set that is surrounding the cobalt cut crystal vase of sunflowers would be filled with seasonal fruit and berries.Thick slices of french toast and country sausage would be served on the lovely Corelle sunflower plates.
Dinner plates are one dollar each at our local Goodwill stores, and the salad plates are fifty cents each . The Corelle sunflower plates were a recent Goodwill find, I found the Corelle plates within days after my friend JoAnn had mentioned in an email that she was looking for this pattern to complete her set. They will be going to the post office early next week to ship off to the west coast.
The placemats are from HomeGoods. I had used them in an Easter Tablescape back in April. The floral accent plates came from the HG last spring. The dark chargers that look black but are actually a deep cobalt blue, they came from Goodwill or the VOA for one dollar each (they will be going back as a donation). The napkins were a thrift store find a while back.
*****The following pictures are of the original breakfast sunflower table I had planned to put together for this post. Since everything was already staged I thought I would go ahead and set the plates and take the pictures anyway.
The bubble glasses came from Marc's for 99 cents each. I bought six of each color - blue, green, and amber gold.
Tink is one of my original thrift store fairy finds. Isn't she sweet?
The original yellow and blue plaid tablecloth (a thrift store find).
*****Just wanted to let you know that the fairy garden is surviving the erratic weather that we have had in Northeast Ohio lately. This picture was taken at twilight last month before the last torrential storm that flooded the neighborhood for the second time in a month. Believe it or not - we had two tornado's touch down locally within a week or so of each other. High winds and lots of rain. The forget-me-nots in the fairy garden were not happy with their feet being constantly wet, they wilted and died. The China doll tree is doing well as is the Irish moss. I will be posting new pictures of the fairy garden next month.
I will be linking to the following parties:
Christine's Table It Monday Link Party
Laura's Friday Favorites
Kate's Flaunt it Friday
Sue's Meet the Neighbors Party
Tammy's Share It One More Time Party