Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Vintage Holiday Giveaway and a Holiday Table

I would like to give this pretty vintage tabelcloth to one of my blogger buddies as a Holiday present. It is for a card table, but can certainly be layered on a larger table:The colors are not traditional, but it's adorable!
So, you know the routine:
Leave a comment for one chance
Follow for another chance
Blog about it, let me know, for a third chance
(and if you don't have a blog, leave your email)

STARRY NIGHT DINNER
This is the small table in my dining area, set for an intimate dinner party. The centerpiece was made with a gift box, some greenery, a crystal tree and a votive in a crystal star:
The salad plates are from Pier 1 and the dinner plates from Target:
There are even stars on the wine glasses:
and under the glasses:
My Mom just gave me this tablecloth a few weeks ago:
This is the tree in the corner of the room, trimmed with crystal and gold:

A reflection in the mirror:
Ready for the guests:
Sharing this with
Vintage Thingy Thursday and Tablescape Thursday

Dont' forget to enter the giveaway!!

33 comments:

  1. How pretty and those vintage tablecloths are wonderful to have.(-:

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  2. I love vintage linens. Please enter me! I am a follower!! Blogger has not been my friend either, I could not see my followers.

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  3. Hi Patti! That is such a sweet tablecloth. I'm a follower.

    Merry Christmas! La

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  4. Love the tablecloth. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  5. Great tablecloth. I am your newest follower, La sent me over.

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  6. What a fun & festive tablecloth! Love your tree salad plates paired with your green starry plates :-)

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  7. Are you shoveled out? I would love to be entered in your giveaway, it's a very pretty tablecloth.
    Your table looks beautiful and so does the tree in the corner.
    Jane

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  8. Very pretty decorations in your home. Someone will be made happy when they win your table cloth.

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  9. That's a cute tablecloth. I like the colors, but I wonder why they were chosen.

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  10. I love your starlight table. So inviting and nicely put together!

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  11. I Love the tablecloth- and I really love your tablescape! Love the green and gold with the crystal, Love the stars, Love it!

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  12. I'm so glad you talked about what these small tablecloths were used for...I always wondered why they were so small...duh...never thought about a card table...
    I love your beautiful table...it's great!!!

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  13. Such a neat color combo on that tablecloth.I do so have vintage tablecloths on my list of things I never leave at thrift stores, yard sales, etc. Thanks for sharing.

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  14. Love the table setting!

    Would love to be concidered for the giveaway, I would like to start a vintage tablecloth collection- this may get me started! ;)

    I'm a follower...

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  15. Love the tablecloth. I also enjoy your blog very much. Thanks!

    Mary L

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  16. Oh the giveaway tablecloth is really charming. I love your table! Everything goes together so well on your table. Beautiful

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  17. Patti, I'm so happy to finally see someone with a green table!!! Everyone else seems to do red. I love the little tree salad plates you found at Pier One. They match your other plates perfectly!!

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  18. one needs another vintage tablecloth because it's Christmas themed. :)

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  19. I love vintage linens and that one is particularly nice. I love your Christmas tree. Your house looks so festive! Merry Christmas!

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  20. Your entire tabletop makes me feel very merry and bright!

    Seasons greetings to you.

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  21. How BEAUTIFUL, Patti! Everything looks so festive and joyful.

    Merry, merry Christmas to you!

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  22. Your dining room is beautiful -- Love the skinny tree in the corner! Darling vintage table cloth -- I love that the colors are non-traditional.
    ~Amanda

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  23. Oh, my goodness, those plates look as if they're made for each other, but you found them in different stores! Gorgeous! I also love how you've carried out the star theme.

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  24. Everything looks so lovely! I'd love to win the cardtable tablecloth. I use our cardtable all the time! I love to set it out for the dessert

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  25. Your tablescape is so much fun and I love your vintage tablecloth!

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  26. I'm a new follower and I LOVE vintage tablecloths! Thanks for the chances for this wonderful giveaway. Love your stary stary tablescape -- So pretty.

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  27. I love vintage linens. Put me in. Found you on VTT and am now a follower. I would like to sit at that table and dine with you. Some great decorating ideas there, too. Blessings of Christmas to you and yours.
    QMM

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  28. Love your deep green table, very pretty.
    Gorgeous non-traditional tablecloth...please enter my name in your giveaway!

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  29. Love the repeat of the stars! Beautiful!

    Merry Christmas!

    Here from the linky party.

    xo,
    cristin

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  30. I CAME TO YOUR BLOG VIA REGAN TO LOOK AT YOUR TUTORIAL FOR THE RIBBON HANGERS....I BECAME A PANDORA PEEP...NUMBER 190 AND THEN PUSHED HOME TO READ SOME OF YOUR CURRENT POSTS.
    I LOVE VINTAGE LINENS AND THIS IS VERY PRETTY AND FESTIVE AND I LIKE THAT IT FITS A CARD TABLE. PLEASE ENTER ME IN YOUR GIVE AWAY.
    I ALSO HAVE ADMIRED THAT BUTTER DISH YOU FOUND ON SALE FOR A LONG TIME....I THINK SHE IS SIMPLY ADORABLE AND LOOKS SO VERY VINTAGE.
    MERRY CHRISTMAS
    HUGS
    SIMPLY DEBBIE

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  31. I FORGOT TO TELL YOU HOW ELEGANT YOUR STARLIGHT TABLESCAPE WAS. SO VERY MAGICAL AND ROMANTIC OR EVEN TO SHARE THE ELEGANCE WITH A FRIEND. STUNNING AND I LOVE THE TREE.
    HUGS
    SIMPLY DEBBIE

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  32. Patti,
    Thanks for commenting on my blog. I remembered your tree in the kitchen but didn't know you had more posts about MC. Oh my, would I ever love to go there and spend the day with you, oogling and ahgoling over courtly check. You have taught me so much just reading all the posts on this. Do you have to seal the sharpie project afterwards? Will it come off? Terry

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  33. Well done use of the stars throughout your tablescape. Lovely setting for a holiday dinner. Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay

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