I’m joining the All White Fall Dish Challenge this week at Cuisine Kathleen’s Let’s Dish link party. I’d written this post during late August/early September. The gourds (painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Pure White) may remind you of Fall. This basic black and white table is for any time of year, any occasion.
When Cuisine Kathleen made the “white dish challenge” announcement, I saved this post to publish today to link to her challenge. I hope you’ll visit the party tonight at this Let’s Dish link. I’m sure there will be many ideas for Halloween table decorations.
Do you have a little black dress?
I’ve heard we all should have one. Classic.
Like a table dressed in black and white – so basic and simple.
Easy to accessorize. Even for men.
The black suit. The crisp white dress shirt. Sometimes, a bow tie.
The simplicity of it. Classy.
Grounding us to what is truly important. Our faith, our families, our days remaining to impact others. Love.
Hey, what have we here? A little humor to add, and another classic – classic character, that is. Charlotte has made her appearance on the porch – and she fits the theme perfectly – black on white column.
Don’t you love the classic book Charlotte’s Web?
Who is also on the porch?
Look who’s searching for Charlotte’s three daughters so they can all go play in the mud while we dine.
No, we’re not at Zuckerman’s Farm. It’s just our little plot of land in the country (The Land of Making Do) – only real horses for farm animals, but porches full of pretend. 🙂
Here’s the link for making the DIY Bow-Tie Napkin. It’s pretty basic and simple, too.
Along with Let’s Dish, I’m sharing this post with Tablescape Thursday, as well.
(The milk jugs on the table came from Bed, Bath, and Beyond. No farm girl could resist those!)
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