Thursday, June 16, 2011

Spoon Rests as Salad Plates Tablescape


I just love using things in ways they were not intended to be used...so...here I've used these cute flower spoon rests as appetizer plates.  



 These brown polychrome transfer ware plates by Wood and Sons make the perfect backdrop for the oversized spoon rests .  The pattern name is Hyde.


The napkins holders are square shaped, with a rusty bronze finish and decorated with leaves across the top.  

Galvenized buckets make cute napkin holders too


Last year, I posted a similar table using the same plates and spoon rests.  It was more of a Garden Themed setting, which you can see HERE.

I served my chicken salad from the spoon rest plates.  



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10 comments:

  1. I too love to use nonplate things as plates. I always have my eyes open. I love this idea and your execution of it. Just wonderful.

    - The Tablscaper

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  2. Very original and really the perfect size for an appetizer!

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  3. You create such interesting tablescapes, always a please to study and enjoy.
    - Joy

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  4. Nancy, I like to use things in ways other than originally intended. This is very clever. Great idea. Beautiful table as always. ~ sarah

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  5. Oh wow! I had spoon rests in my hand a couple of days ago. Almost bought them for my 4th of July table, but my daughter was with me and wrinkled her nose... so I left them. I think I just might go back to get them!

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  6. What a great idea and a beautiful table as well.

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  7. Hi Nancy, You always have the prettiest tablescapes and I love the idea of using the spoon rest. Very creatice. Thanks for joining my party and have a wonderful weekend.
    xo,
    Sherry

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  8. Nancy,
    I like the way you used the spoon rest and the little buckets. That is a cute idea. That is a really pretty transferware pattern too. I love it in the garden tablescape. Thanks for linking it up to HSH!
    Sherry

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  9. Nancy, I beautiful table. Those spoon rests are so cute. I alos love the place mats. Dianne

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