If you are a person of a certain age such as I am you will remember watching Jack Benny in the comedy New Year's Eve movie "The Horn Blows at Midnight". My brothers and I were allowed to stay up late and watch this movie each New Years Eve (and sometimes "The Canterbury Ghost"). We would cheer on Jack Benny at the end of the movie as he hung off of the hands of the clock with the coffee and the cream pouring on the elaborate clock face. You will have to watch the movie if you want to know if Mr. Benny does indeed get to play the horn at midnight.
When I found A set of napkin rings with a jazz musician playing the saxophone last summer, I knew they would be used in a New Years tablescape. The horn napkins (Vera) were thrifted at the Salvation Army several years ago.
The Horn Blows at Midnight New Years Tablescape.
Make sure to stop by and see my 2014 Year In Review post - Plum Creek Looks Back at 2014
A Gingerbread Christmas
Happy New Year Y'all!
I will be sharing at:
Susan's Tablescape Thursday
Jody and Stan's Sweet and Simple Fridays
Christine's Table It Link Party