Collecting items for various tablescapes doesn't have to break the bank. For me the hunt for something new is exciting, challenging and when found... rewarding. Check out my finds from earlier this week.
I found these plates at one of my favorite thrift stores for .67 each. The white luncheon plates are plain with no decoration making them very versatile. The bread plates are handpainted! Handpainted! I seen them and instantly loved them.
I used turquoise fabric, a yellow napkin, an orange runner and 2 turqoise napkins for my layers. All these came from several different thrift store trips and cost .47 to .99.
The flower vase and irish coffee mugs (who says they have to ONLY be used for coffee?) were a $1 each.
Fresh cut flowers are from my gardens which equals FREE! :)
The antique light sconce was a garage sale buy for $2. I really like the glow it throws on the table.
Yes, that's frozen grapes in my Tangerine Spritzer. They slowly rise to the top as they thaw. Fun to watch and kids love it!
This is one of my favorite brunches. Simple but so yummy!
To see some more beautiful tablescapes, visit Between Naps on The Porch's Tablescape Thursday Party. There are so many talented ladies you won't want to miss it!