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Happy Holiday Season 2016
HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON 2016

Monday, November 24, 2014

FABBY: Tartan and Burlap for November's Rosary and Tour 1


Hello sweet friends!

   Here is my tables for November's Rosary gathering. I've set two tables: In the formal dining table with a new pretty tartan tablecloth I found recently, quite inexpensive and a gorgeous Christmas printed burlap square tablecloth for my round table.

We are going on a tour to the Ecuadorian Orient with my brother Joe and my Sil, Alejandro's sister...yes, we are married brother and sister and vice versa, lol..

However, on Thursday very early will be traveling and I so wish you and yours a very blessed and happy Thanksgiving day and weekend. Enjoy every minute with your dear ones.

This one is a 'small tour of the breakfast area and formal dining room' and simple, not over done Christmas vignettes I've created for my holiday décor.
I'm all decked out for the Christmas holidays and for the Rosary tea tomorrow, so there will be Tour2 and 3, which will be the kitchen.



I was so lucky to find this pretty plaid tablecloth with twelve napkins and napkin rings quite inexpensive for this Christmas.
I am using it now for the Rosary gathering.


I have a complete Christmas dinner china for 16 place settings Alejandro gave me for my birthday some 20 years ago...at least!
The dishes are 'Lynn's Fine China.'

As chargers for the tea places I used my reticulated dinner plates...they also helped to make a nice contrast with the plaid in the spread.
The center triangle is of a gold chiffon I used for creating softness for the centerpiece.

I also found on sale this lovely branch with an adorable bird nest and a cute little nest too; that I've used as the centerpiece.
I will need space for the food, so this is pretty, but simple at the same token.
I added the ceramic birdies.

The vignette on the left side of the buffet and I added one of my fave pieces, the porcelain Italian toy horse that's been around many years.

On the right side of the buffet the vignette has dishes from our past Ceramic Co. and this lovely angel in green velvet. All the pieces have seeing many a Christmas.


The antique Egyptian console has a vignette with a Nativity under the cloche.

The door with the wreath leads to the kitchen.


A close up of the Nativity under glass.

This small antique console belonged to my In-laws, where I created a small and simple vignette with antique books.
This little table is right at the small entrance to the master bedroom.

Not a very good pic, but chandy also got some blintz for the Christmas season.

Tour No.2 will be the foyer, entrance, living room and den, where the fire place mantel and tree is up.

I'm way crazy about this Christmas printed burlap table topper, which is a new find this year as well.

Some of my friends will have to confirm their assistance to the Rosary, so I kept it uncluttered for the food and maybe two more place settings.

Italian red and green glasses and the pitcher was made by us and set up in our heirloom nesting tables. 
Some ladies might wish some water after tea time.

In the antique English heirloom buffet is a tray with the teaset, designed and made at our former Ceramic Factory. I will use it for the round table.

And opposite, a simple vignette on our Belgium buffet with a tall, skinny wooden angel and German Santa. I haven't moved anything from here as is all year round. 
All my vignettes are not overdone with holiday décor, but just enough.

Isn't it such a pretty burlap material on this tablecloth?
It is also my first 'burlap' anything, lol!


This is it, my November's Rosary gathering for prayers and a small tour of the dining areas. 
We will pray for all the sick we know, so you can count on it if you wish. Piece in the world and the countries we live in and our dear families.
Thanking all the goodness we have received , from our 'Lord Jesus Christ.'

Wishing all of you a very happy and beautiful Thanksgiving day sweet friends and thank you for your kind visits, you so make my day!

Thanking the lovely hostesses for having me at their great parties.
A special thanks to the ladies that support me by featuring my posts and they honor me so.

LOVE,
FABBY

I will be joining:

Inspire Me Tuesday   www.astrollthrulife.net
Metamorphosis Monday    http://betweennapsontheporch.net
Make it Pretty Monday   www.thededicatedhouse.com
A Return to Loveliness   http://adelightsomelife.blogspot.com
TUESDAYS AT OUR HOME   http://mariaelenasdecor.blogspot.com
THE SCOOP   http://confessionsofaplateaddict.blogspot.com
Tuesdays with a Twist   www.godsgrowinggarden.com
Wake up Wednesday   http://sewcraftyangel.blogspot.com
Centerpiece Wednesday   http://thestylesisters.blogspot.com
Wow Us Wednesday   www.savvysouthernstyle.net

Vintage Inspiration Party   http://knickoftime.net
Vintage Inspiration Party   http://bec4-beyondthepicketfence.blogspot.com
What's it Wednesday   http://ivyandelephants.blogspot.com
It's a Party   http://acreativeprincess.blogspot.com
Riverton Housewives Round up   www.housewivesofriverton.com
Share your Cup Thursday   http://fannolson.blogspot.com
Home and Garden Thursday   www.adelightsomelife.com
Home Sweet Home   http://thecharmofhome.blogspot.com
Create it Thursday   http://www.lambertslately.com
You're Gonna Love it Tuesday   www.kathewithane.com















 

28 comments:

Lady of the Manor said...

I just visited your blue Thanksgiving table and thought that was beautiful and now I'm seeing your Rosary setting and thinking, no, THIS is beautiful!! Fabby, you set the most incredible tables!! Your Christmas dishes are lovely and I really like your new burlap cloth, too! Everything is just gorgeous. Enjoy your meeting. I would appreciate you all saying a little prayer for peace. Thanks!

martinealison said...

Bonjour ma chère Fabby,

Tu dois penser que je me répète, cependant je ne peux que constater que dans chacun de tes billets le raffinement est au rendez-vous !
Une belle fête s'annonce ! Tu as mis tout ton coeur et ta sensibilité afin que tout soit parfait. Une belle réussite.

Je te souhaite alors à toi et à tous les tiens de joyeuses fêtes.

Gros bisous ☆

Linda said...

While I loved every single photo.....and I am so happy that I am familiar with your beautiful home after countless visits via your blog posts - I could NOT het past the brother and sister marrying brother and sister!!! How awesome is THAT???
May you and yours have a truly blessed Thanksgiving!!! Thank you for all the blessings YOU have blessed US with your Rosary Posts!!!

Crystal Grandeur said...


This is so Beautiful. The house looks awesome with your lovely decor. Love the angel on the table. Have a wonderful trip. Happy thanks giving wishes to you and to your entire family. Love and hugs sujatha:)

Megan @ Restoring the Roost said...

I have always loved tartan for Christmastime decorating! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Rebecca said...

The tea set in the basket is my very favorite "thing"! It is BEAUTIFUL. (So is the large, tartan tablecloth...)

I'm noticing the paintings on the wall. Are some of them new???

I wish you safe and most pleasurable travels. It sounds like a most interesting destination. ♥

Norma2 said...

Ya todo anuncia la Navidad por allí.
Besos Fabby,hoy desde
http://siempreseraprimavera.blogspot.com.ar/2014/11/lo-que-no-debes-poner-dentro-del.html

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Fabby,
Two lovely settings for your November Rosary!
The printed burlap looks indeed adorable on that round table and especially for this time of the year.
Subtle Christmas touches are really nice; less is more!
Your organdy square also creates a lovely suave look.
Sending you hugs for a Happy Thanksgiving!
Mariette

deb @ frugal little bungalow said...

You always have lovely tables and this is no exception. SO bright and cheery with this lovely tartan.

Creations By Cindy said...

Oh I so enjoyed this tour! Everything is just lovely! Happy Thanksgiving! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Teresa said...

Dear Fabby!
You're way ahead prepared for The Season. And what a wonderful feeling it is to think of you praying but also enjoying the lovely tablescape and laughing and sharing life, prayers and laughter.
You have a Happy Home and a Happy Soul.
Happy Thanksgiving Dear Friend.
Teresa

xinex said...

Beautiful tables, Fabby! You have a gorgeous home. Happy Thanksgiving and enjoy your trip. Stay safe...Christine

Deborah Montgomery said...

Fabby, your dining room is so pretty. Everything looks lovely. I love the Italian glasses, and your ceramic company's pieces. Looks like there were little animals on top of a couple of them. And your little nativity is so sweet. Looking forward to the rest of the tour.
Enjoy your trip; love that brother and sister married sister and brother!

Zaa said...

Everything is so beautifully displayed... on your lovely furniture... I love your ceramic Christmas angel...The tablecloth is perfect for the season ... I wish you a most joyous Thanksgiving... Hugs

Laurel Stephens said...

Welcome to the wonderful world of burlap! LOL! I'm in love with both your beautiful tables, Fabby. Happy Thanksgiving!

Linda said...

I absolutely love everything here! Happy Thanksgiving!

angie said...

danke für die superschönen bilder und inspirationen!!! liebe grüße von angie aus deutschland

Ivy and Elephants said...

Just gorgeous, Fabby. I love your table and all the touches of Christmas as well. Lovely!
Happy Thanksgiving.
Hugs,
Patti

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Fabby, You always set the prettiest tables and this one is no exception. I hope you are having a wonderful trip.
Hugs,
Sherry

Parsimonious Perfection said...

The Lynn fine china is so pretty. Perfect for this time of year. I hope you are enjoying your trip!

Sonia said...

Your home is so festive and beautiful tablesettings all around! I just love the red plaid and your Christmas china! Enjoy a blessed Christmas!
Miss Bloomers

Jann Olson said...

Very beautiful Fabby! I love, love the plaid tablecloth. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
hugs,
Jann

Laurie Ritchey said...

How beautiful your home is. Both of your tables are so festive and pretty, and I love all of the vignettes you shared. laurie

Vel Criste said...

That tartan table cloth is gorgeous, perfect for the holidays and I love your nativity too!

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

Hello Fabby, your tablescape is gorgeous! I will be featuring your post in this week's Home and Garden Thursday,
Kathy

The Charm of Home said...

Fabby everything is just beautiful! I love the burlap style tablecloth! It is very pretty!

Rosemary and Thyme said...

Wow Fabby, everything looks so happy and festive. You have such an elegant and beautiful home. You have paid attention to every detail. Gorgeous decorating my friend. I am still working on mine but I am hoping to have it all done by this weekend.

I hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving.

Janet

Alycia Nichols said...

First, Fabby, I think you have some of the best furniture in the world! It's all so substantial and beautifully crafted. You really have an eye for the good stuff!!

I love what you did with the chandelier! That's a nice, nice touch without it being overdone.

Every detail is a joy to behold!!!