Monday, October 10, 2011

Thrifty Fall Tablescape

It’s just a simple tablescape using elements I already own.



Apothecary Jars filled with dried botanicals:



  Quince slices, pomegranates and 
red ripen flowers.


A few berries and feathers, and



A stack of orange books with a white pumpkin (my one $3 purchase. 



Of course, it goes without saying, it’s always subject to tweaking.



Hope you will join me for  Potpourri Friday.


Until next time,  Honey
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46 comments:

  1. Honey, what a great tablescape using things that you already own! Don't you just love, "Free"?! Everything looks so pretty!

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  2. Very pretty and fallish tablescape. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Honey, it's all so pretty. I love the fall elements in the apothecary jars!

    Have a great week.
    Pam

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  4. beautiful! and your photography is amazing!

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  5. You had so many lovely things to make your table special. I love the white pumpkins. Haven't found any yet this year. I love the jars. They are my favorite part.

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  6. Such a pretty autumn tablescape. Pictures are gorgeous!
    Marianne :)

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  7. What a pretty vignette, don't you just love it when you don't have to spend a lot of money to create something beautiful.

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  8. I love how you've used mostly natural elements in your display. So pretty.

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  9. I love it, honey! I love apothecary jars too! Love the way you put this together!!!! I will join you for PF!! XO, pinky

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  10. That's a beautiful tablescape, Honey. Your photos are awesome.

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  11. Pretty, pretty Honey! Love your vignette! :)

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  12. I love to look at the things you do. The tablescapes here look like piles of papers. Oh, wait, they really are piles of papers, with a camera or two for contrast.
    Sigh.
    I remember decor. I also remember having a wing chair exactly like the one in the background in your third photo, fabric pattern and all. I inherited it from a great-aunt, and haven't seen it since I asked a member of my family to look after it for me.
    So nice to come to your blog to look at beautiful things. I have one beautiful corner in my house, because my husband is terrified to touch my antique desk. LOL

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  13. I love that look and those jars are worth their weight in gold! you can just use them for any occasion

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  14. Thanks for the beautiful inspiration! Annie

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  15. Gorgeous vignette and photos, Honey! I really love the botanicals and the white pumpkin. You are so creative!

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  16. I love the 'subject to tweaking' - we're all the same!

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  17. very very pretty! What lovely fall inspiration!

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  18. Hi Honey...

    I love your new autumn vignette, my friend! Of course, I love apothecary jars...they make everything look prettier..don't you think? Love the look of the dried botanicals too! Do you know that I still haven't seen a white pumpkin anywhere in our area? Sheeeshhh!

    Thanks for sharing your new autumn vignette with us, dear friend! I love it!!!

    Warmest autumn wishes,
    Chari

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  19. Beautiful table!! I'm a new follower!

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  20. Honey, don' t you just love when we use what we have to make a tablescape or vignette on a tabletop. Your lovely Fall tablescape looks lovely, great colors.
    Have a great day..........

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  21. Very nice tablescape. I love the simplicity ... everything is just right.

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  22. Honey,
    So pretty!! A perfect Fall tablescape for the season!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  23. I love this look! The dried fruits and botanicals are spectacular in apothecary jars!

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  24. Hi Honey I just nominated you for an award see my blog:)

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  25. Very Pretty...I need to get some of those jars...I see how wonderful they look when you use them...I need to try! Thanks for sharing!!

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  26. Oh pretty, I really like the natural elements.

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  27. That looks so beautiful! I love the jars all clustered together and the orange books were the perfect touch! :-)
    Vanessa

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  28. Your tablescape is just lovely Honey. I love it. I love simple and elegant!

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  29. Your scape looks really pretty. I like the dried materials and the shine of the glass apothocary jars and it's nice thay you had everything already.

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  30. The apothecary jars are beautiful, Honey, and I LOVE your white pumpkin. They are SO hard to find around here. But I won't give up!! Have a Happy Week!

    XO,
    Jane

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  31. It all looks so pretty together. I love the apothecary jars.

    Thanks so much for coming by my blog! I do appreciate it!

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  32. You found a beautiful white pumpkin, most of the ones I saw this year had a bit of an off color and no texture. Very pretty!

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  33. Absolutely beautiful. Great ideas for the jars.
    Candy

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  34. I love the white pumpkin on the orange books - kind of a switcharoo. Looks great.

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  35. Great idea to use the apothecary jars filled with dried fruits and botanicals. Looks great! I'm ready to add some fall touches here. Need to go buy some white pumpkins. ~ Sarah

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  36. Hi lovely lady.
    Your Tablescape is Beautiful with all your fall displays. love your jars also.
    I was looking at some white pumpkins yesterday in Hobby lobby with 40% off. Thanks so much for your sweet cooments on my Apple Harvest Time.
    XXOO Diane

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  37. Hi Honey, Thank you sharing your pretty Fall decor at my party. Love the apothecary jars.
    Hugs,
    Sherry

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  38. Love your vignette! The jars look great! Love the scrunched tablecloth and the white pumpkin stacked!

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  39. Honey, I like using natural materials in all of my decorating, as you well know! Your vignette is lovely, with the addition of the berries and feathers to the filled glass jars. :-)
    hugs, Sue

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  40. Beautiful vignette! I love all of the different elements you used and how you displayed them in your apothecary jars! Your white pumpkin looks perfect on top of your orange book, too! Fabulous! xo

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  41. Fantastic fall post!Your table turned out great and gorgeous colours. Thanks for sharing.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

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