Monday, April 23, 2012

Table Top Tuesday!

This is my first time participating in Table Top Tuesday hosted by Marty from A Stroll Though Life. 

As you may know, I'm passionate about vintage tablecloths! It's hard to choose a favorite, and I never could. But this one would be at the top of my list. It's called "Rock Garden" by Wilendur. It took me years to acquire it for my collection, but it was worth the wait! I LOVE it! I love the sweet little flowers that you can just imagine blooming between moss covered rocks. 

Because it's a breakfast cloth, I layered it over a soft pink cloth. I always have to add a little Fiestaware. And this time my vintage wicker tray.

 This unusual winter and spring weather has allowed me to have both daffodils and lilacs at the same time! If only you could smell them! It's such a treat.

And of course, I put my matching "Rock Garden" tea towel in my frame! So even though our beautiful spring has turned back to winter, I'm enjoying it from inside!
Please go over to A Stroll Thru Life and enjoy all the other table tops!

Thank you to my sweet friend, Pam of Virginia Retro & The Vintage Tablecloth Lovers Club for letting me know about this fun event!

And thank you to dear Leslie of Uncle Bunk's Trunk for helping me identify my Wilendur. Leslie holds the title of Database Maven over at the Vintage Tablecloth Lovers Club.


  1. Holly, Just love your Rock Garden tablecloth & towel, so pretty! Your flowers are gorgeous, lilacs are my favorite. Glad to see you joining in Tabletop Tuesday, it's a fun linky party!

  2. Thanks for sharing, love the linens!Beautiful!

  3. thanks for stopping by to visit me! Love your tablecloth and towel. Welcome to your first TTT!

  4. Gorgeous tabletop and framed towel! And those flowers from your garden are so beautiful.

  5. I love your vintage tablecloth! Your tabletop is beautiful :)

  6. Oh, your linen is so pretty! This is the first time I have had all these flowers blooming at the same time too! Your table is lovely.

  7. Thanks for your sweet comment I did not know about the table cloth or the breakfast cloth. I will have to do some investigating. I have a dozen of these small cloths and I also layer them on my table. They are so small I wondered what they were for. They originally belonged to my Mother-in-Law and I think she used them for card tables when she had the ladies in for bridge.

  8. What a fabulous vintage tablecloth. You have a very sweet table there.