Tuesday, November 12, 2013

FABBY: Christmas Past Tablescapes


Hello sweet friends!

I just got back again from my daughter Sofia's as we attended the First Communion of a young g'boy of Alejandro's cousin. Everything was wonderful as usual.

I've had no time to do any posts these days, so as I was looking through my tablescapes and decorations at my blog-home from Christmas past, in order to start inspiring myself in decking the halls, I decided to re-post some of them.

Here they are:

Christmas 2010, before I had the French vintage table in the foyer, instead I had a red antique Chinese trunk from my Mil and I always used to take it out of the way to do the tree.
Christmas 2012 with my then new red transferware set for twelve place settings and my Lynn's Fine China Christmas dishes from almost twenty years ago.




Christmas 2011 table for my g'girls, with doggies.

Hanukkah Table 2012 for my Jewish friends.

Christmas with my everyday dishes for the Holidays.

Everything in this setting from 2011 was French, starting from the antique bowl, antique table with the marble and finally the dishes from my mother and goblets from my Mil.

Christmas 2010

Christmas 2011

Here you have some Christmas tables to start the "lovely season to be jolly."


Thank you sweet friends for your kind comments, you always make my day.

Thanking the lovely and gracious hostesses for having me at their fabulous parties.

LOVE,
FABBY

I will be joining:


Kathryn for Make it Pretty Monday at,  http://thededicatedhouse.blogspot.com
Marty for Inspire Me Tuesday at,  http://astrollthrulife.blogspot.com
Martha for MUST LOVE TEACUPS PARTY at,  http://marthasfavorites.blogspot.com
Tuesday with a Twist at,  http://backtobasics.blogspot.com
Angie for Knick of Time Tuesday at,  http://knickoftime.blogspot.com
Wordless Wednesday at,  http://createwithjoy.blogspot.com
Emily for Tasteful Tuesday Party at,  http://naptimecreations.blogspot.com
Terri for Tea Cup Tuesday at,  http://artfulaffirmations.blogspot.com
Kathe for You're Gonna Love it at,  http://kathewithane.blogspot.com
Debbie for Join Me for the SCOOP at,  http://cofessionsofaplateaddict.blogspot.com
Nifty Thrifty Tuesday at,  http://coastalcharm.blogspot.com
Deb for Cottage Style Party at,  http://lavendergardencottage.blogspot.com
Centerpiece Wednesday at,  http://thestylesisters.blogspot.com
Judy for Wordless Wednesday at,  http://judyhjsthoughts.blogspot.com
Kathleen for Let's Dish at,  http://cuisinekathleen.blogspot.com
Jann for Share your Cup Thursday at,  http://haveadailycupofmrsolson.blogspot.com
Kathy for Home and Garden Thursday at,  http://adelightsomelife.blogspot.com
Terri for It's a Party at,  http://acreativeprincess.blogspot.com
Debi and Charly for Wednesday's Adorned from Above Linky Party at,  http://adornedfromabove.blogspot.com
Sarah for The Homemaking Party at,  http://hopeineveryseason.blogspot.com
The Real Housewives of Riverton at,  http://realhousewivesofriverton.blogspot.com
Deborah for What We Accomplished Wednesday at,  http://greenwillowpond.blogspot.com
Sherry for Open House Party at,  http://nominimalisthere.blogspot.com
Suzanne for Vintage Thingie Thursday at,  http://coloradolady.blogspot.com
Richella for Grace at Home at,  http://impartinggrace.blogspot.com
Courtney for Feathered Nest Friday at,  http://frenchcountrycottage.blogspot.com
Debra for Be Inspired at,  http://commonground.blogspot.com
Thursday Social Media Roundup at,  http://lifeonlakeshoredrive.blogspot.com
Sherry for Home Sweet Home at,  http://thecharmofhome.blogspot.com
Jenn for Fabulously Creative Friday at,  http://www.jenniferrizzo.com
The Inspirational Gallery at,  http://craftberrybush.blogspot.com
Holly for Tickled Pink at,  http://504mainbyhollylafevre.blogspot.com
Lisa for Everyday Vintage Link Party at,  http://helenaslegacy.blogspot.com
From the Farm Blog Hop at,  http://sunnysimplelife.blogspot.com
Suzanne for Saturday Sparks Link Party at,  http://piecedpastimes.blogspot.com
Alma for Seasonal Sunday at,  http://thetablescaper.blogspot.com
Kathy for A Bouquet of Talent at,  http://lifeonlakeshoredrive.blogspot.com







How Sweet the Sound I will be participating in PINK Saturday at How Sweet the Sound.








Between Naps On the Porch I will be participating in Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch.



















Savvy Southern Style I will be participating in Wow Us Wednesday at Savvy Souhtern Style.


 



53 comments:

  1. Every single setting is beautiful!Just the shot in the arm I need to get me going! I am DE-decorating this week. Taking down ALL of my beloved fall and preparing to don the house in Christmas dress! As much as I love fall - I am ready for a change in seasons. It is cold in Texas this morning and going to get even COLDER today, tonight and tomorrow! Perfect weather for changing into winter decor!
    Now - as always - I'm going back to slowly savor all your lovely photos once more!

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  2. Fabby, it is so nice to see some of your past Christmas decor! Everything looks so beautiful, as always!

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  3. Dear Fabby, I am glad you enjoyed the Communion celebration. It is such a beautiful occasion to celebrate.

    Your Christmas tables of past are elegant and beautiful. I am sure that this years Christmas table will be just as beautiful.

    Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  4. I'm in love with the 2011 French Setting. So lovely. So soothing. PERFECT! For that lovely night or day.
    I'm running around trying to decide where I'll put the Christmas Tree... my home office went into that corner, remember?!
    Thank you for sharing your past Christmas. Always so much beauty and fun around you. Within too.
    Love,
    Teresa

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  5. Thanks for all of the wonderful inspiration, Fabby. xo Laura

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  6. Ohh! They are all gorgeous but I am loving 2011 with the pale turquoisey French theme! I seem to be looking at more non conventional colors and liking them!

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  7. Fabby,
    Everyone of your tablescapes are gorgeous. I love the turquoise so much. You just might be seeing some turquoise at my home this Christmas. :) Love that color!! Have a fabulous week!

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  8. Dearest Fabby,
    You for sure are the winner for all sorts of china display, be it for Christmas or other events.
    All photos are just lovely and you know how to set an elegant looking seasonal table.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  9. Wow, I love seeing them all on one post! You are so talented, Fabby. I think they are all stunning!

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  10. Amazing and very regal

    have a sparkletastic week ;-)

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  11. These are all so amazing, that I couldn't possibly choose a favorite one. Blessings, amiga mia!

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  12. I always love your table settings, Fabby. There is nothing like all the traditional reds and greens at Christmas but I do love the soft blue and white china that was your mother-in-law's too. Just stunning! Have a great week. Hugs, Pam

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  13. You do such an awesome job at decorating FABBY! Your Christmas decorations over the years have been so beautiful. I look forward to seeing how you decorate this year. I know it is going to look just as great. Enjoy the rest of your week.

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  14. Fabby, All your tables are beautiful. I love looking back at posts I missed, or forgot. Thanks for the Christmas inspiration.
    xo Babs

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  15. Thank you so much for the great inspiration ideas for our holiday tablescapes! Have a wonderful week...hugs, Penny

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  16. Every table is uniquely beautiful! I can't say which one I like best. Can't wait to see what you will do THIS Christmas season!!

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  17. Oh my! They are all gorgeous! I love the lovely blue theme table!
    You are inspiring me : )
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  18. All your tables are lovely Fabby!

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  19. Oh wow, Fabby, these are all so beautiful. I always look forward to your tablescapes, they are always so fabulous. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, marty

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  20. Hi Fabby: I love it when people start early to decorate. I do it every year. I change the decor every year too. That becomes a storage problem, but so far it is working. Can't wait to see your Christmas Decor. Hugs, Martha

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  21. My favorite is the blue dishes just beautiful

    In a way i dread dragging all my Christmas decor OUT, MUST BE SHOWING MY AGE lol

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  22. That's a never ending beauty. Love them all...

    TY for sharing and inspirations must bring with me home.

    Hugs,
    /CC girl

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  23. Such fun to see all of these together, Fabby!I think my favorite is the blue one - oh, my!!!

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  24. Loved looking at your past tablescapes and I really like your Hanukkah table. I will be doing one of my own in the near future.

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  25. The 2011 French table is simply divine - love that color.

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  26. Always stunning, Fabby! Enjoyed all of your tablescapes - great inspiration! Thank you for sharing your post at the Cottage Style Party :)
    Spring greetings from Australia♥ ~Pernilla (Guest Host)

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  27. All your settings are beautiful ! the last photo is just stunning :-)

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  28. Fabby I want Christmas at your house!

    Everything looks so beautiful but especially the French inspired table in blue LOVE that.

    Hope you are well - I have a lovely quiet moment to catch up with some blogging xxx

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  29. As much and so many lovely post of the past, you could have a rerun several times, and I would not know it. You share so many pretty things.

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  30. If I ever get to visit you, would you please set the table like this? Christmas with my everyday dishes for the Holidays. And point my chair to look out the window! How beautiful my friend! I'm always inspired when I visit your blog! Sweet hugs from Florida!

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  31. All beautiful tables, Fabby...it would be too hard to choose a favorite.
    Have a wonderful week.

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  32. Fabby, this is a wonderful post. Your home is always gorgeous and especially for Christmas. My favorite is the turquoise/French table and I love the table with the view of the city and I love the children's table. Oh, heck, I love it all.
    Thanks so much for your prayers for Kim. We all appreciate it so much.
    Love to all, Ginger

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  33. Hi Fabby, how absolutely stunning everything is! I love it all. You have a way with decorating! You are getting me in the Christmas spirit RIGHT NOW! Lol. Take care. Julie

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  34. Fabby, your tables are all stunning and inspiring. Thanks for sharing your Christmas tables from the past with us at TTF!

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  35. Fabby, you always set the most amazing tables. All the gorgeous pieces you have are just "Fabby"lous!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  36. Dear Fabby,
    You have a stunning china collection I must say. Those tablescapes are very elegant and gorgeous. Always love your photography.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

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  37. Oh Fabby. Gorgeous-----every single setting. You should work for a magazine! Thanks for sharing and for all the fabulous photos, too! Susan

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  38. You have set some gorgeous tables over the years! Where on earth do you keep all your lovely dishes? You have so many pretty sets. Thank you for sharing it at What We Accomplished Wednesdays.

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  39. Hi, querida Fabby. What a lovely tour of your Christmas (and Jewish) tables! A perfect way to see your fabulous collections! That teal one had me...I love teal, and am liking it more and more for Christmas! What a fun visit I had! Carinos para ti, ~Zuni

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  40. Fabby, I am so glad I am home today to catch up on your posts. This post is one of my favs. I just adore your beautiful home. Your holiday tablescapes have all been fabulous through the years. You have so many beautiful sets of china and so many lovely holiday accessories to use. Your Christmas tree is stunning. Simply lovely.

    Candy

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  41. Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous :) If you have a minute, stop by and share at my new link party, Everyday Vintage. Your style is the perfect fit. Would love to see you there!

    http://heleneslegacy.blogspot.com/2013/11/everyday-vintage-link-party.html

    Lisa @ Helene's Legacy

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  42. This is truly worth re-posting Fabby!!! I can't pick a favorite, all are gorgeous!!!!!

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  43. I definitely missed some of these, so I'm so glad you re-posted them! Have a great weekend :)
    Stacy

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  44. Fabby, every meal tastes so much better at a beautifully set table!

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  45. Fabby it is like window shopping for me looking at your very creative and beautiful table settings. I so love your china and what you can do with a table is just marvelous!

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  46. Fabby, I really enjoyed seeing past Christmas's. I love, love the aqua French setting, and of course your transferware. I am so excited. I just found a set of about 24 at a thrift shop. I will be putting on my shelf in the living room for Christmas. All plates, but I do have one bowl I picked up a while back. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  47. Oh my goodness Fabby, Your elegant table settings gave me inspiration to start on my Christmas ideas. Beautiful, every one you shared. The table for your grands with the dogs is soooo cute. Also, the French setting and dishes are so elegant. I truly loved your post today.

    xo, Jeanne

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  48. Your past decor is beautiful!!! I especially love your all of your red Christmas dishes. If I could have anything in dishes I would want red Christmas dishes. I have my eye on some right now... we'll see.
    I adore the turquoise dishes too, they are very lovely.
    I'm inspired!
    Hugs, Cindy

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  49. Fabby these photos are gorgeous - amazing tablescapes - gorgeous dishes and so very beautifully done! I am delighted that you shared with A Return to Loveliness,
    Kathy

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  50. Oh Fabby, what a wonderful trip down memory lane. So many fabulous tables. I do hope you'll link this to my Christmases Past Party on December 1st.

    Great to have you at Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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  51. Wow! These all just knock my socks off...love them all.

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  52. You have created some amazing Christmas tablescapes Fabby! I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

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I love to receive your sweet and generous messages. You always make my day !

FABBY