Thursday, June 18, 2015

~a $25 tablescape~ {thrifty thursday}

When creating a beautiful tables cape, you don't need to have a ton of money.
I am going to show you how I created this garden inspired tables cape  with $25 and a trip to the thrift and grocery store.


A dozen white roses for $9.99 at the grocery store…..


6 glass vases from Goodwill for .69 cents each = $4.14….


Glass juice pitcher from the Goodwill = $2.69


4 ironstone plates from the Goodwill  = $4.00


Taper candles I had on hand = free


6 stemware glasses, also .69 cents each = $4.14….
Place a cement garden piece/statue in the center of your table. You can also add an urn with even more flowers. I re purposed this piece from another room.
I also added misc. ironstone trays and bowls which I already had.



xoxo

9 comments:

ER Heart Albay said...

That looks elegant.


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Mariaelena said...

All looks so lovely!!...:)
Mariaelena

SunnyCal said...

Beautiful tablescape :)

Burlap Luxe said...

Your talent makes goodWill so on trend.
It's always so beautiful here.

Xx
Dore

Lindsay Shugerman said...

Lovely! No one would w guess it was so inexpensive!

Lindsay Shugerman said...

Lovely! No one would w guess it was so inexpensive!

Lindsay Shugerman said...

Lovely! No one would w guess it was so inexpensive!

manuela carvalho said...

Amazing!
Hugs from Portugal,
Manuela

Kathy said...

The wave ironstone plates you have are the ones that my mom and dad received from his parents for a wedding gift in the 50's. They are ironstone from England or mom's are anyway. We grew up eating on them until she bought a wild orange/yellow/avocado flower pattern in the 70's that we all thought were fabulous. Mom passed away last fall and I put what is left of the ironstone in my china hutch, next to a casserole ironstone piece I got at Luckett's from Marion a few years back ~ It's so great to see you kids loving history and bringing back the oldies...also on ebay those flower dishes are worth a lot of money these days, but I prefer the wave

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