Tabletop Tuesday

I always enjoy taking part in Marty's Tabletop Tuesday and even though I didn't prepare something new to share today, I want to join in. Go here to Marty's A Stroll Thru Life for lots more inspiration! Thanks, Marty, for hosting!

Today I'm sharing a large resin figurine doll I have used in several places in the house at different times. I bought this 14-inch figurine at Ross for only $8.99 a few years ago. Above she is displayed on the hall tree in our foyer.
I almost always name the dolls in my collection. This one is Rebecca, I just think she looks like a "Rebecca!"

Below Rebecca is displayed on top of the tall doll curio in our family room.
Four mini Thomas Kinkade paintings are on the wall.

All of the pictures of Rebecca were taken some time ago. As most of you know my vignettes don't stay in place very long, I change them often as I don't have a lot of tabletop spaces, so I just keep using my same tabletops with different subjects! My style has changed a bit since I did these displays, these days I usually use several more items in my vignettes, but sometimes they are more effective with less!

Wonder where Rebecca will end up next? Guess what, I later found another large figurine similar to this one that I also bought for the same price at Ross. I don't have a picture of it now, but she is holding a big bunny. I wish I had shared her during Easter. Maybe later!

Have a happy day! Isn't the weather wonderful now! We were gone all day today, we went to Daytona to the chiropractor and for a massage! We also bought a new vacuum cleaner (ours just died!) What's going on in your world?

Thanks for visiting.

God Bless.


P.S. - I will change my banner soon. I hate to see this one go, I like it so much!


kim said...

Such a lovely figurine. My vignettes don't stay long either. I am glad my new dish reminded you to use yours.

Linda said...

She is very sweet and I do believe you are right about her looking like a Rebecca!

xinex said...

Very cute! She is very sweet....Christine

Sherri @ Design2Shine said...

Beautiful figurine! Love the mini Kinkades.

Shelia said...

Rebecca is beautiful! I love where you've placed her. Actually she looks good anywhere, I can tell!
Be a sweetie,
shelia ;)

parTea lady said...

Rebecca looks lovely in all your tablescapes.

Southern Touch Catering said...

Very sweet! And leave the header- it's such a beautiful sentiment- nice reminder fo a while.

Tricia said...

Rebecca looks so sweet on your hall tree! I know what you mean -- it's fun to rearrange special items in different ways.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Katherine, Rebecca is stunning. She is lovely on the hall tree with the darling little bike and so pretty on the other chest. Both of your displays are lovely. You always do such a wonderful job of displaying your treasures. Great eye candy. Glad your weather is good and you had a fabulous day. Thanks so much for joining the party. Hugs, Marty

Liz said...

Rebecca is the perfect name for this beauty. Along with her little hat box and vintage tricycle. She makes a darling vingette.


P.S. I love this banner to... save it for next spring and ut it out again.:)

Blondie's Journal said...

How sweet your Rebecca figurine is! I am sure she would look good no matter where you displayed her!


Marilyn said...

That is a pretty banner. Rebecca was my grandmother's name. I will follow and see where she ends up next too. Visit me to see my Easter table. I think of you when I do get around to decorating my table. I had fun with this one.

Cottage Rose said...

Hello Katherine; OH Rebbecca is so lovely,,, and the name really fits her... your hall tree is gorgeous.... I too love to change things around.. I am so loving the weather,,,, we are visiting our family for a week,,, Easter was wonderful,,, will be sad to leave them this weekend.... have a wonderful week.


Atticmag said...

She is so pretty where you've placed her. -- Jane F.

Kathleen said...

I am late getting around..I needed 2 days to recoup after all the Easter preps..Rebecca is beautiful! Good luck with your vac. We have a central vac now, and I love it!