Sunday, February 3, 2013

Valentine's Day Tablescape

Here's my simple Valentine's Day tablescape.

photo edited in PicMonkey and iPiccy


I found the red heart dishes at Pottery Barn. They are dishwasher safe, microwaveable and good for the oven. The so versatile cream dishes are Wedgewood Edme; the glasses are Lenox Tuscany. I purchased the napkins at Home Goods last summer and found the placemats at Crate & Barrel. I have several colors of these placemats and was tickled to get this one recently with Dan's traveling rewards (he's generous).


These cute little hot chocolate tins also came from Crate & Barrel. The chocolate powder turns pink when hot water is added.


They have a little heart on top.


The bears were a gift from a little student when I worked at the elementary school.



Can't have too many hearts around the house.


Do you have a Valentine's Day tablescape planned?

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21 comments:

  1. Patty, this is adorable! Love the red heart dishes. I do have a tablescape planned too, but it hasn't come to fruition yet. Really enjoying yours!

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  2. So pretty! I have the same heart dishes and will be using them in a tablescape very soon. Love the stack of hearts in the last photo.

    Wonderful to have you be a part of Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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  3. Pretty table, Patty! The pink hot chocolate sounds intriguing, and the little heart dishes are adorable.

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  4. So cute Patty! I love all of your heart dishes and pans. I do have a Valentine's table planned, I just need to set it up :-)

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  5. At the moment my tablescape consists of a sewing machine and lots of fabric scraps. Not very blogworthy I fear. Love yours!

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  6. Pretty! Never heard of pink hot chocolate, but sounds interesting. Have not done anything decorative for valentine's day around my abode this year.
    Have a great week!

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  7. So very pretty, love the little bears on the table, too. xo

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  8. Patty, you have the most amazing range of goods there to suit the season over there in the states. Over here we dont have as many things, so seeing yours I can only admire form a distance! your stuff is just lovely!!

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  9. I love your simple and elegant tablescape. You really got some good finds there. :) Thanks for your inspiration. (by the way, this message was meant for this post....not sure how it got to your previous chocolate post after I hit publish) LOL....

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  10. That is beautiful Patty. And that recipe for the chocolate peanuts is fabulous looking! I will be making them for sure!!! Thanks for sharing!
    xo Kris

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  11. Never had in the past but you make me feel so guilty so maybe this year will be a first. Very pretty and welcoming. x

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  12. So many wonderful ideas for Valentine's Day. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. Soooooo jealous of your red heart china, Patty! It makes your Valentin tablescape rock!

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  14. Love the china. I remember my mother in law having wedge wood just like that. I also really like the other heart dishes you have for Valentine....... makes it a special tables cape!1 Joan

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  15. Swooning with those red heart china! Everything is lovely! Have a happy week.
    FABBY

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  16. Lovely tablescape. I love heart-shaped things. Those dishes and tins are very pretty. Have never seen hot chocolate that changes color. Very interesting. Have a great week. Tammy

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  17. Oh so many pretty heart shaped dishes, and what a lovely setting. I love the bears too. Thanks tons for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  18. Very pretty tablescape, love your red heart shaped dish!

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  19. You have such pretty heart shaped dishes. I just love the little bears as well. Happy Pink Saturday.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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  20. Simple things are more to my liking. Fancy tables are nice, but I am not a fancy person.

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  21. I like your simple table. I am not a fancy person, but do enjoy seeing what others come up with.

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