Christmas in July: Part 2

We have had company, so I am relying on my “archived pictures” for my post today.  This is from my Christmas table setting in 2004.  The seating arrangement was determined by placecards on each placesetting.  Each guest received a “table gift” placed by the dinner plate.  It’s these little things that lend to the atmosphere of “grand-ness”, and so,

… we had a grand time.  We also had a very special guest from Holland that year.  She brought us an antique cuckoo clock that is just precious.  The weights of the cuckoo clock are the real heavy metal ones, unlike the plastic ones that are used in the newer models.  They were mistaken to be grenades going through security check at the airport.

Have a wonderful day, everyone.  I am off to doing some cleaning…

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4 thoughts on “Christmas in July: Part 2

  1. How lovely! I really enjoy entertaining and getting out all the “foo foo” to create a pretty table. Wondering what kind of fold you did on the napkin? It looks just like a poinsettia!

  2. So pretty Wendy. I love how the place cards have blessings on them!
    hope you are feeling better.
    I am very tired today, too much fun yesterday :0)

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