My inspiration for the tablescape came from my tablecloth which is an embroidered/print/cut work tablecloth from Germany and purchased on eBay for a very reasonable price.
The daisies for the centerpiece came from my daughter's flower garden and are perfect with the tablecloth. They are so bright and cheerful, I just love their center color. The vase is Fiestaware.
Both sets of glasses are from the Dollar Store so not much expense there. I try to buy extra ones in case of breakage. Sure seems like glasses slip right out of my hand when I am washing them. I do try and put them in the dishwasher most of the time.
The yellow dinner plate and salad plate are Fiestaware. The black flatware is from Walmart, not expensive but not the best quality.
On the breadrack I placed dessert bowls, extra lemonaid glasses, the lemonaid pitcher and a gravy boat.
Think I'll bring the candle from the breadrack over to the table as evening arrives for a little ambiance.
Thanks for stopping by, hope you can take time to leave a message - Judy.
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