The piece of burlap I had was just long enough to go over the top and sides of the desk. Remember those letters I showed you last week? While this is what they were for (Sorry Chris J. they were not for a Christmas Eve game--Chris J is my niece and she has been reading the blog to see if she can get a heads up on some of the games we will play at party #2).
I used every tiny piece of burlap I could find It worked nicely to spiff up plain white candles with an added twine bow and a pink ball.
This table will hold whatever little sweet treats I decide to make.
The color is off in this picture as the light is not good at 5:00 a.m.
Here is a pic during the daylight which has correct coloring.
This table was such fun to do. Now I need to decide what goodies to make to put on the table.
You may notice the dining room table to the right. I have it all set and will show that tomorrow.
Chris J. because you are such a loyal reader, I will give you some inside info....brush up on family trivia as there might just be a little game requiring that knowledge. :)
Looks very pretty Zoey. You may have posted this yesterday but it just came through today in my list.ReplyDelete
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What a lovely and great idea! I did a sweets tree for the kitchen and will share soon. Not real sweets though.ReplyDelete
Zoey, I finally stopped by for a visit. Naturally, your decorations are lovely!Love the pinecones and burlap combo! You always have such great ideas!ReplyDelete
I am going to copy your idea for a sweet table, looks great!ReplyDelete
Now I know how you get so much done, silly you being up at 5 AM and wake enough to take pictures for a blog. You go girl (I will be sleeping)ReplyDelete
Pretty little table Zoey. You won't see me up at 5 am. Maybe that's why I never seem to get much done.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! Leave it to you to make such a delightful dessert table. All of your ideas should be in those decor magazines, honestly!! I just love the way you used burlap with delicate fabric, it blends so well together. Also love the burlap pieces around the candles. xoxoReplyDelete