Starting with the "fruit portion", I found these Blue Ridge Southern Pottery fruit plates on EBay last summer.
I had every intention of putting these four into a collage, but PicMonkey would not have any of it. Would only let me upload photos from my last post. That is the one program I can understand so no time to learn another at the moment.
Best I could get of the marking and no idea what that stain is, as it is not visible on the plate.
For the "flora" portion, I used these pretty hydrangea dish towels as napkins. I won these from the first "Let's Dish" party at Cuisine Kathleen. I don't want to cut them as I like displaying them as towels, too.
I wanted to show you these pretty silver bird napkin rings that are part of my shopping spree at HomeGoods thanks to The Tablescaper. Yes, I am still enjoying that gift card. I tend to savor my blessings when they arrive. I am on the look out for something in particular, which I hope to find soon. These are part of the "fauna".
I recently bought six of these pink Depression Jeanette glasses on EBay. They are also known as Chantilly.
The round place mats I got at BBB (cheaper actually at Christmas Tree) in variegated shades of green and white dinner plates are just plain old Pfaltzgraff Basket Weave. Flatware from CTS.
Little birdies are from Michael's, 60% off of $2.99 price. Colors work so I couldn't resist. Silk hydrangeas from either Michael's or A.C. Moore.
My beloved little Bambi (yes, I still cry when he gets lost in the woods) from a Disney vacation back in 1985. Perfect fauna element.
This little hand blown pitcher was bought on a trip to Jamestown, Virginia in the summer of 1965. I never could make myself remove the sticker. My mother and I watched the man, dressed in period clothing, make this for us. Wish it was bigger.
I will be partying with some of the lovely hostesses you will see on the sidebar, as well as Tablescape Thursday and Green Day and Raindrops and Daisies.
Thanks for stopping by, apologies for not being able to do proper editing, I am getting there but not quite yet.