Thursday, 11 December 2014

Copy a Table ...Its Chritsmas Time:):)

Copy a table for cuisine Kathleen's 'Let's Dish' challenge was quiet demanding. Indeed it was difficult for me to find a table to copy among so many tables capes on Pinterest. Since it is a Christmas table, I wanted to copy a table with traditional colours that complements the season and the celebration.

It was wonderful to find and  select a beautiful table done by Meredith of her  blog 'Life with the Mozas' on Pinterest. She had used a Red table cloth and chargers for the table along with the mix of Red and Green plates. Her center piece has spread of  green leaves with red ornamental flowers and cherries.A glass container with touch of gold and red placed in the middle. She used red candle votive s, white napkins, cherry bud napkin rings, red and transparent stem wears. 

For my table version I used a light green table cloth and dark green table mats with mix of green and red plates. For the center piece I spread the green leaves and added golden butterflies on the greens. I put in the gold and red long ornamental leaves in the middle. In place of red candle votive s I used red and green gift boxes and for  the stem wears I used golden stem wears and gold glasses. The flat wears are tied with golden ribbons and used red coloured napkins and placed tiny cherries buds on them.

Lot of thinking gone in to create this table and it was a real challenge. Hope you like my copy a table:)    


                                            Table from Life with the Mozas.blog spot.com























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15 comments:

  1. Sujatha, you did a great job of copying Meredith's, table! I like the way you have bundled the flatware together, like a little package and the addition of the butterflies to each placesetting. Your centerpiece is gorgeous!
    Have a wonderful week.

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  2. Sujatha dear, your table came out exquisite with the beautiful elements and lovely greens. The centerpiece idea is gorgeous as is your choice of dishes. The gift boxes and bowls make for a total festive ambiance. You did wonderful!
    Hugs,
    FABBY

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  3. Great job. S! I am sure Meridith will be pleased at your rendition! Love all the little details you included. Thanks so much for taking the challenge!

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  4. You did a great job, Sujatha! I love traditional Chrustnas colors...Christine

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  5. What a beautiful table! I love the gold sparkly butterflies along with the red and green.

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  6. Wasn't this the beauty of this challenge? We took a little inspiration and created something similar yet totally different, but just a lovely! Your table is gorgeous and festive. Great job!!

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  7. Very nice rendition of the copycat table. Love your choice of colors and materials. You made it your own
    Happy Holidays..

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  8. Beautiful! Your table is full of delights, Sujatha. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. you did a lovely copycat, sujatha! love the scattered stars, gold bows on the silverware, and the cute packages at each setting! you've created a very pretty, and festive tablescape for your family to enjoy! happy holidays to you!!

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  10. Magic and Sparkle- beautifully laid out.

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  11. Beautiful!!! I love your version of the inspiration table. The little packages are just charming! You did a wonderful job of meeting Kathleen's challenge.

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  12. You did an amazing job Sujatha. That table is pure joy and perfect for celebrating the season. I am swooning over all the whimsical details.

    Congrats on a job well done.

    Janet

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  13. I haven't blogged or made tablescapes in a while, with a 14 month old to care for (and my two older boys). I'm flattered! Your table is beautiful!!
    Meredith

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