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May 26, 2015

French Country Inspired Tray Vignette

Memorial Day was on and off rain all day.  After we ate I felt like doing something so I put together a little tray vignette.

  Roosters, lemons and boxwood seem very French like to me!  This oversized white rooster has been difficult for me to find a permanent home for but today he's anchoring my vignette!

I wanted to add something else white so this little milk pitcher worked in nicely.  The napkin took the place of flowers!

Some of you that follow me may remember this little metal basket and the two cow plaques that lost their spot when I re-did the wall where the plate rack is now.  You can see a post with the basket "here" and the plate rack "here"  I thought this added a nice country appeal to the vignette.

This preserved boxwood is a little find from Pier 1 a while back.   The lace doily hitched a ride to my home via a tablecloth that got bundled up at my Mom's when I visited for Mother's Day- see that post "here".

I couldn't leave this on the table because it's too large for everyday use but I did relocate it and I'll share that soon! 

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15 comments:

  1. Looking good, Liz! I love all things French:)
    Have a good week. xo

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  2. You've found a great home for the rooster in this sharp vignette. Can't wait to see where this lands!

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  3. I love it Liz!! Love that pretty tablecloth too!!

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  4. Great French country vignette. The rooster has some glamour to him. Glad you found a home for the homeless cows. Have a great week!

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  5. What a pretty vignette, Liz! All of your accents work so well together. You did a great job!

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  6. Your white rooster is a true beauty! I'm glad you resurrected the cow plaques. They're adorable. I think your colorful napkins are a wonderful substitute for flowers. I may have to copy that trick! :-)

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  7. Liz,
    Love how you decorated this sweet tray!! So pretty!! I am playing catch up!
    Thanks so much for visiting!!

    Hugs,
    Deb

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  8. Love your cute vignette...those cow plaques are great!...Looking forward to seeing where you relocated the tray.

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  9. Hi Liz, love French Country and of course I love black and white. What a beautiful table vignette.
    The white rooster is a treasure.
    Have a great week.
    Hugs, CM

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  10. Your tray and everything in it is magnificent!! Beautifully put together Liz. What a great idea to put a napkin in a creamer! You have so inspired me!!! Thanks!

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  11. Your tray and everything in it is magnificent!! Beautifully put together Liz. What a great idea to put a napkin in a creamer! You have so inspired me!!! Thanks!

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  12. I love everything you put together Liz! Really gives a country feel.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  13. That rooster is one of my all time favorites. Gorgeous vignette.

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  14. You called my name with a tray vignett! Seems a tray really works as a starting point. Oh and your white rooster. You have inspired me to make a vignette with one of my roosters! Have a good weekend! Sheila

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  15. I had to stop by for a peek at your gorgeous rooster, Liz! Your white rooster is absolutely regal! I am in love with those cute cow plaques as well. What a charming vignette, you have created! Happy Sunday! Hugs, Poppy

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