Remember these? They have been appearing on one table or another since October. The hubby was about to throw them away, but they were still in such good shape I couldn’t resist using them one last time.
For their final appearance, they are simply placed against a wooden candle mold which is my new favorite thing for a centerpiece. There are so many things you can do with it. Here it holds simple bottles of blooms interspersed with candles.
Often flowers influence my choice of dishes as they did here. These are Tracy from Target’s Octavia Hill collection. I think I was attracted to them not only because of their color but because of the braided edge. The stemware is from Pier One, and is generally used only at Thanksgiving, but it adds a just right touch here.
The napkin is made into a little pocket for the forks, and this is the easiest napkin fold ever. Fold the napkin in half, then in half again. Turn the top layer up about 1/3 to 1/2 way. Fold in half, then half again and voila you have a pocket with no wrong sides showing.
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