Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Thrifty Thursday #83, plus 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 know it's really early....but to get things done, one has to get her ducks in a row. Ok, I have to get MY ducks in a row. I've been working on some driftwood trees for Christmas using some found driftwood from Fort Morgan. I also have some other driftwood projects going on,but thought I'd share one that was complete. Though this is one of many I hope to make and different sizes.

What do you think? I LOVE driftwood!
I also have a tablescape that is festive in the theme of a trip I am leaving for this weekend, Mexico!

All dinnerware and tablelinens can be found at AT HOME in Homewood, Alabama.
My FAVORITE store.

Thanks to all of you for stopping by and participating in today's Thrifty Thursday.
I am also linking today to Linda's Coastal Charm.
Please use Mr. Linky below to link up your blog. Please leave a comment after linking. I love to hear from you.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!
Thank you, all, FRIENDS! I appreciate YOU!

HUGS! Hope to see you tomorrow, but not before you leave some "roadmap" love!
Adios Amigos!
Thrifty Participants:


Anonymous said...

I adore your driftwood sculpture. It's so unique! Great creativity!

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

Hi Leigh,
I love your driftwood tree and Wow, what a neat table! I love a Mexican looking table, how festive!
Thanks for hostessing my dear,

Lynn said...

I love the pom-poms around the colorful placemats, such a fun setting!

The Charm of Home said...

Pretty table. Love the place mats! have a great trip.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Have a great trip! Looking forward to hearing about it when you get back.
Thanks for hosting again this week.
Have a fun and safe trip.

teresa said...

Love your trees very much. have fun in mexico. Your setting is perfect to get you in the mood for your fun trip.

Leanne said...

I love your driftwood tree. So Cool! Thanks for hsoting again.

Laurie in SC said...

Leigh! OH.MY.GOODNESS. Your driftwood trees are so elegant and beautiful - so unique and wonderful. Thanks so much for sharing and for hosting as always!

Leslie {Goodbye, house. Hello, home!} said...

Hi Leigh!
It's my first time to your place!
How fun!
Thank you for hosting it!
I have had your blog open now for about 20 minutes listening to the music!!
I love it!
Blessings to you as you make your home!
P.S. I put your button on my blog!

the cape on the corner said...

love your mexican inspired tablescape. have a fabulous time!

Christie said...

I have a little driftwood tree and love to stick a few starfish in it! Yours is so lovely and how great that you can find all that driftwood to make your mine at a store! Enjoy!

Handy Man, Crafty Woman said...

Thanks for hosting!

Life in Rehab said...

Hi Leigh,

I love the lighter look of your blog! I always had trouble reading it, although it was worth the effort.

Cass @ That Old House said...

Hi Leigh!
MEXICO? Oh have a BLAST. I've only been once, and just for one day! Take loads of pictures to share.

Love the driftwood tree; I adore driftwood -- its color, its soft surface, everything. What a great idea to make it into a tree!


The Single Nester said...

I just found my first piece of driftwood! So exciting.

Entertaining Women said...

Your driftwood tree is totally wonderful. Have a great trip to Mexico...hope that it's a red hot time...just like your tablescape. Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay