Sunflower Tablescape

Sunflower Tablescape

For fall, sunflowers fit right in. They are so cheery and beautiful. Using sunflowers for a Sunflower Tablescape makes a perky, fun table-setting. Lots of china colors go with sunflowers. You can use gold and brown, red, burgundy, white, blue or greens as I have done. This tablescape is also cost-friendly with ideas that you can do in your own home.

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I like to mix china. This set was one that I had at our cabin for many years. You won’t believe what I paid for it. I got it on a closeout at a discount store and paid $8 for 4 (5 piece) place settings! I bought 4-4 placesetting boxes!

 

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Along with the green checked china, I’ve used my green depression glass salad plates and jello molds. Yes, those little green cups are vintage jello molds. (in picture below) I use them to serve a scoop of sherbet, shrimp cocktail, fresh fruit, veggies and dip, sauces, etc.

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The centerpiece was one that I already had, but it didn’t have the yellow sunflowers. So, I merely inserted a few to go with the theme. Check out Fall Tablesetting to see how it originally looked.

Sunflower Tablescape grandparentsplus.com

I made the sunflower napkin rings. They are so easy! Instructions on to make them are on Fall Idea House #2.

On a clearance sale after Christmas, I found a large green checked tablecloth on sale for four dollars and made the napkins from it. It’s a good way to get inexpensive napkins, if you can sew a straight-stitch. Buy the 120 inch tablecloth and you will get around 15-20 napkins out of it depending on napkin size.

So, have fun mixing up china, making napkin rings, and sewing napkins! 

Now, “serve with style” with your cost-friendly sunflower tablescape! 

Thanks for stopping by, 

Phyllis

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