Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Thrifty Thursday #116, + a Tablescape!

Hi! It's Thrifty Thursday! I am your host, Leigh. Thank you so much for stopping by and additional thanks to those who also participate in Thrifty Thursday! I am most delighted to have you join in..for it's YOU who makes it a "show and tell party". I also participate in Tablescape Thursday the host of that fun carnival is the Hostess with the Mostess...Susan of Between Naps on the Backporch. That's no lie or exaggeration, each week I visit Susan's porch and just long to be a guest at any of her tablescapes...especially those held on the porch.

(You can click on any pictures for a closer view)

*Thrifty Thursday takes place each Thursday and is hosted here at Tales from Bloggeritaville, but the party is a progressive one, visit the links to see all the Thrifty Thursday links to see the thrifty treasures participating bloggers have to share.

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I hope you were able to drop by earlier this week and read my post on Canoe the Cahaba. It was how we spent our Memorial day. We had a wonderful time, despite the reptilian inhabitants (of which you can see MANY of by clicking over to read).

Along the route I did a little clean up of the Cahaba. I collected "beach" glass, rather it was river glass. Perfectly worn edges of glass in a multitude of colors. Gorgeous. Trash in the river...but in my treasure box at home...well....treasures and reminders of our trip together. Eventually I will move the glass into a glass bowl to truly appreciate the colors, but for now....A Thrifty Treasure (and a way to clean up our rivers!)








On Friday I plan to feature some of my Thrifty Thursday contributors, so be certain to drop by on Friday! It is all of YOU who make THIS a PARTY!!!!!

Now, onto to Tablescape Thursday, which is hosted by Susan of Between Naps on the Porch.




Join me for a Summer Lunch, won't you?



All of these products can be found at Harmony Landing in Homewood, Alabama.

What is a tablescape without the food? I invite you to stop by my food blog, PLATES & PLACES, tomorrow for Foodie Friday!
Thanks to all of you for stopping by and participating in today's Thrifty Thursday. Please use Mr. Linky below to link up your blog.
I encourage you all to spread the love and visit the other thrifty Thursday participants, for that's what half the fun is. Aside from seeing a cool treasure it's making friends!

You can always visit me on FACEBOOK,


I love me some friends: be they new friends or old friends!

XOXO

LIVE*LOVE*LAUGH

LEIGH

Thrifty Thursday Participants:

17 comments:

Candy @ The Little Round Table said...

LUV those plates with the ferns!
Beautiful.

Candy

Mari said...

I love that glass! It really looks neat displayed in the box.

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

Beach glass can be SUCH FUN! It's amazing what you can find...
Thank you for hosting.
Have a wonderful FUN FILLED Week,
Hugs,
Donna

tammylovesdishes said...

Oh yes, I did read your post about your river trip and all those snakes. Eeesh! You are a much braver woman than I and that is the truth.

Your river glass will look very cool in a glass bowl/container.

I like your tablescape, too. Love the ferns underneath the clear glass plates.
Tammy

Screaming Sardine said...

Beautiful river glass. Wish I lived near a river!

Cheers,
Tracy Screaming Sardine

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Thanks for hosting again this week - I am in this week. Your glass will be pretty in a glass bowl with the light shining thru it. Will be back later to check out other participants. You are appreciated.

lauren @ West Furniture Revival said...

love the sea glass . great inspiration for furniture colors.
thank you for hosting.
lauren

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

Love your river glass...so pretty! Never thought about that...cool!...hugs...Debbie

Queenie said...

That river glass is such a beautiful way to remember your trip...I saw the post down below and the canoe trip looks like such fun of course minus those snakes...yikes! i could not believe how many there was...I had to call my hubby back here and see that! Thankfully no one was bitten and all was well.

Lovin' your tablescape....thanks so much for hosting your linky party :)
Q~

Handy Man, Crafty Woman said...

Pretty glass! thanks for hosting this blog party!

The Polka Dot Closet said...

That river glass is GORGEOUS! I am your newest follower and have linked up my creepy estate sale find, thank you so much for hosting and it is great to meet you I will not miss another post!

Carol

Pattie @ Olla-Podrida said...

That glass is fantastic! Love all the goodies, but I like that the best.

IMRIZ said...

yup,i enjoyed browsing the river trip, minus the snakes:)

CalypsoInTheCountry said...

The glass is just beautiful! This is my first party with you - thanks for hosting!
Shelley

Sylvia said...

I know how you feel about the snakes, they always like to get sun during the day, I've learned not to garden during the middle of the day...lol

Sylvia

Richard Cottrell said...

Thanks for hosting. River glass is so pretty, never knew? I love your fern plates, there is something about a fern, you just gota love. Richard at My old Historic House

jennifer said...

Oh I love the broken glass! Do you remember all the glass I picked up in New Orleans? I still have it in the same jar and treasure it. Great minds think alike, yes?

Love you Leigh!