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Even though the Debbie Mumm plates are called Woodland Santa, I think they are just cute for a winter tablescape.

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The matching S & P and the sugar and creamer were found IOB's at different thrift stores.

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Each salad plate is a different woodland Santa.

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The flatware is Lodge Frost by Cambridge.

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Supposed to be nice weather tomorrow and then snow hits on Sat.!!!

I hope everyone is off to a great 2014!

Candy
 
Posts: 1303 | Location: CO | Registered: Dec 15, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I have a Santa Collection and I LOVE YOUR table setting! Those plates are DARN cute!! Love the flatware too! VERY NICE!!!!


Cathy


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Posts: 7665 | Location: Northern California USA | Registered: Oct 10, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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very festive.. the santa plates and those santa's are adorable and would make anyone smileSmile

thanks for sharing with us.


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Posts: 9988 | Location: NC ~zone 7B | Registered: Jun 23, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I really like that. A good way to transition from the holidays.

Thanks for sharing.


Strings

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Glad to see that Santa is in his civies and enjoying the winter. Great looking table!
 
Posts: 1964 | Location: Northern New Jersey | Registered: Mar 23, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I love it!
 
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love all of it, all matching -so cool1
 
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I always enjoy your photos! TFS


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Posts: 7515 | Location: Highland, CA Zone 9b  | Registered: Sep 18, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Those are the cutest lil guys! I've not seen that silverware and it goes right along with your scape. Did you make the CP also? Enjoy those helpers and stay warm!


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Cathy, I really like almost everything Debbie Mumm designs and pick up her plates (or Sakura plates) whenever I find them at the thrift stores.

SD, Strings, JM, pl, HB4, KG, thank you all for your nice compliments.

BR, I sort of made the CP, LOL. It is sitting on a copper compote I bought many years ago. Then is a flat wreath that had the berries and flannel bow. Finally, I added the rusty lantern shape/candle holder that had its own greenery and flannel bows and put it on an upside down cup in the middle of the wreath. So, I stacked the items that made the CP!

I hope everyone is staying safe and warm with all of the weird weather we are having. It is cold and snowing here as I write, BRRR! Time to turn on the fireplace!

Thanks again,
Candy
 
Posts: 1303 | Location: CO | Registered: Dec 15, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I guess I need to visit my thrift stores more often. Unfortunately they seem to be pretty picked over when I do. I am thinking people must go daily (or even twice a day). I see the Monday Morning finds here with things they found over the weekend at their thrift stores. I'm thinking I need to move! Move back east where the picking are plentiful. Smile


Cathy


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Grandchildren are God's gift to you for not killing your own!

We don't stop playing because we grow old...we grow old because we stop playing Smile
 
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