Monday

Tabletop Tuesday

Tabletop Tuesday! Marty at A Stroll Thru Life hosts this fun day for us so we can play with our accessories to create vignettes in our homes and share them with our blog buddies. Go here for lots more inspiration.

Today I'm showing a vignette I did before I put up my Easter decorations (and changed it!) One of the items in this vignette is now in the process of transformation. I'll share the transformation soon.
This vignette is on the end table in our formal living room. I used two clocks from my clock collection as inspiration for this vignette. I have a weakness for unusual clocks and usually buy them if they are very inexpensive, which these were at Hobby Lobby!

Some of you may remember the tablescape I did a while ago using these clocks
as a centerpiece, go here to see it.
Two vintage books tied with ribbon complete the vignette.
The little girl bust also came from Hobby Lobby.

Be sure to come back next week to see the mystery transformation! I'm keeping what I'm doing a surprise!

Thanks, Marty, for hosting!

Have a happy day!
God Bless.

Katherine

14 comments:

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Katherine, this is just lovely. I love all of your clocks and the bust is beautiful. The books are such a great idea tied with the ribbon. Decorating a narrow table is especially hard I think, and this is just perfect. Beautiful. Thanks so much for joining the party. Hugs, Marty

blushing rose said...

What a lovely vignette ... I love the clocks & books ...

Have a wonderful day.
TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

Kathryn @ Bonafide Southern said...

Such a pretty vignette! I love the clock and the bust. Very nice.

kim said...

Very nice vignette. I love clocks, too. I have a thing for the large wall clocks.

nannykim/spindlecottage said...

Oh, how I love love love this idea for a collection. There is something so magical about clocks and unique ones are all the more fun!

Shelia said...

What a wonderful vignette you've made. The lamp is so pretty and love how you've tied up your olden books with the ribbon.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Blondie's Journal said...

Lovely vignette, Katherine. I love the books tied with the ribbon, such a sweet touch! And I love your collection of little clocks! Beautiful!

xoxo
Jane

Atticmag said...

Will definitely look forward to seeing the end of your "table story". -- Jane F.

Cottage Rose said...

Love your table vignette... the clocks are so pretty.. have a great week.

Hugs;
Alaura

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

I think you love clocks as much as I do. I have a lot of them..in every room of the house. I even love to hear them ticking.. :)
Such a cute vignette..:)

AshTreeCottage said...

Hi Katherine! It is so nice to meet you. Thank you for visiting me and leaving a sweet comment. You worked for NASA. I am very impressed AND interested. Just tonight I was outside after sunset and looked up at the sky and was amazed. How exciting to be a part of the space frontier!! Now that we have met, don't be a stranger, and I won't be one either.

Love,
Susan and Bentley
xxoo

♥ Sonny ♥ said...

Every once in awhile I see something that brings happy tears to my eyes. I suppose the visual just touches my heart and that's what seeing your old books tied with a ribbon did. So sweet and special. Thank you for sharing this with me Katherine and also for visiting me.

many blessings
Sonny

Chari at Happy To Design said...

Hi Katherine...

My friend, you have some of the prettiest things! I love those two clocks...I've been looking for something similar to put on my mantel. Ohhh...and I love your little french girl bust! What a great idea...to use a pretty ribbon to tie a couple of old books together...looks beautiful! I'm going to put that idea to memory!

Thank you so much for coming by for a visit and taking a peek at my Peter Cottontail vignette! I always enjoy your visits, sweet lady! I hope that you're having a wonderful week!!!

Warmest wishes,
Chari @Happy To Design

Kathleen said...

Hi K,
Just dropping in to say hi! My mom loved clocks, the kind that chime. They were never syncronized though, so if you weren't used to it, it was a little annoying! :)
I have one of them on my wall, but I don't wind it!
Hope you are well!
Kathleen