Welcome to the 314th Tablescape Thursday!
Before we dive into this week’s Tablescape Thursday, I have a little update about Postcards From The Porch, the newsletter for Between Naps On The Porch. As it looks right now, I should be sending out the first newsletter this Saturday. Yay!
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I don’t have a new table setting for this week. Actually, I think I may have had a touch of the flu. Is there something going around right now? I slept almost all day yesterday and this evening my fever broke. So, I think I’m over the hump and winning the battle. Hope you are staying well!
Since I didn’t get a chance to create a new table setting, I thought I’d share some of those “buried in the archives” fall tablescapes from the past.
The titles below are links to those past table settings so just click on the title and it will open up to that table setting in a new window.
Looking forward to all the beautiful tablescapes posted for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!
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