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Thursday, December 30, 2010

Hearts and Pines Tablesetting

This set of dishes is perfect for Christmas and all thru the winter until Valentine's Day.
It's called Hearts & Pines
Red hearts and berries with green pine needles.
It's  porcelain by Porsgrund of Norway.
Tea pot, lidded sugar and creamer.



I added cranberries to the pillar candle and strung the wreath with red fabric hearts.
multisided cup and saucer
Under a cloche surrounded by fabric hearts.
These  mini dotted handmade fabric hearts are great to use with the dishes at Christmas time and also onValentine's Day.
Snowball cookies for tea.
This little bell is very special to me. When I was a child, my mother gave it to me to use when I was sick in bed. I would ring it if I needed her. I put a little festive bow on it for Christmas.
ring...ring...ring...

13 comments:

  1. OMG! I thought I was the only late one for Thursdays! So glad I got in to see your beautiful table with those dishes with the hearts I'm totally crazy about! Just wonderful, the whole thing!... and yes, you can use them come Valentines Day. Hope you can see my blog, I'll be honored. Thank you for sharing.
    Wishing you a very happy and prosperous new year.

    FABBY

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  2. What a charming set! Love the idea of using this through to Valentine's Day. I smiled at the sight of your little bell. My mother always had a little bell for us to ring when we were sick in bed. Sweet memories!
    Happy New Year to you! ~ Sarah

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  3. I hadn't seen this pretty pattern before. It is lovely! Love the little fabric hearts and snowball cookies are one of my favorites!

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  4. I love your post! Your bell made me smile. What a wonderful memory! I also liked your little hearts! Everything is just wonderful!

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  5. I visited Norway about 10 years ago and it remains a favorite place. I just love these plates and your table,so beautiful. Have a very happy new year.
    careyann

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  6. What a pretty table. Your little bell is lovely. Happy New Year.

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  7. I never knew the bell story, but I could just see your mom doing that. Hope you had a great Christmas. Jeanie C.

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  8. What a beautiful set and table! Very adorable! ...Christine

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  9. What an enchanting setting....love the dishes!!! I am smiling because I also gave my daughter a bell to ring when she was sick....hmmmm....wonder where it is?? happy new year....cleo

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  10. Oh what beautiful china and such a lovely tablescape. Love it. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  11. Happy New Years! This is my first visit to your blog, it's lovely. I found you via "A Stroll Thru Live's" blog, which I found via Sullivan & Murphy! Your china is lovely, the colors reminds me of my holiday dishes. Stop by and "visit" if you have a moment, I love "company" and new followers are always welcome!

    Mary

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  12. Rita ~ Your Valentine setting is darling! I love the hearts accenting your beautiful china ... so festive.

    ~ Pop over for our CSN giveaway ~
    Have a beautiful New Year ~
    TTFN ~
    Marydon

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