Thursday, October 22, 2009

Feast!


Welcome one and all!


The doors have been unlocked.





The tables have been laid..





Please sit down...






And enjoy yourselves.


A big thank you to all those readers who have been following my blog!





Why PINK?




If you haven't guessed yet...
October is breast Cancer Awareness month, and the days are running out.
Stop Breast Cancer in it's tracks by discovering it early!


PS. I promise that this is my last tablescape for a while! (If I can help myself!)

But I just had to say thank you to all those people who have been so kind as to follow my blog! By the way, if you have been following me, I have been 'stalking' you right back!!!

Changing the world into miniature...
One thing at a time

28 comments:

Pearl Maple said...

Just gorgeous, what a sweet idea to tablescape in minature. So many of us dream of having a tiny cottage and yours is just delightful.

Joyce said...

Darling miniatures.
Joyce

rosanna said...

Lovely table and settings and nice idea about breast cancer. The more we know it th less harm it can do t us.
PS I love the keys bunch Rosanna

Anneke said...

lovely table setting! I love the little picture story and the doorknob with the keys and ribbon, that's such a beautyfull picture!
Very thoughtfull of you to help awareness!
hugs,
Anneke

Rebekah@Red's Nest said...

I cannot believe that is all miniature. It's so perfect. What a cute idea.
Blessings,
Rebekah

synnøve said...

The keys...ahhh wonderful like the rest of your post!!
And wow...thank´s for the lovely pictures!
It looks so nice and warm :D
Synnøve

Mrs. G said...

What a precious tiny tablescape. I love, love, love it.
Hugs,
Sue

Eva said...

I love your way of taking pictures of miniatures.
The detail of the keys is just fabulous.
As Rosanna says nice idea to use pink for the breast cancer month.

Really Rainey said...

SO SWEET! I absolutely love your tablescape this week! Original and beautiful!
~Really Rainey~

Brenda @Cozy Little House said...

What festive colors! Good reminder for Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Brenda

Phyllis AROUND THE HOUSE said...

The door knobs and keys are just so beautiful, love your pink setting, very sweet..I am a new follower, come for a visit

Rettabug said...

Oh my goodness....Caroline, my 5 yr. old granddaughter would just fall in love with this table setting!!! It is wonderful in it's scale & detail. I felt like I was wandering through the looking glass.

Please don't stop doing tablescapes?
I adore what you've created!

♥ Rettabug

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

Oh how sweet. I forgot you used miniatures, until the very end. They are so real looking. Lovely.

Sue

susan said...

Lize--I have always loved miniatures. I was much more interested in my daughter's dollhouse than she ever was! You have such beautiful pieces. thanks for sharing them!

cockerina said...

This table spread is truly spectacular, has it all ... I was open-mouthed admiration for ...
keys are wonderful!

Caterina

leminisdicockerina.blogspot.com

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Precious... that is the only word that describes this petite table setting! So beautifully and daintily done. What a joy to see.Pink is such a special color, it reminds us how important healthy women are. Very nice tribute.
Yvonne

Maureen said...

Sweet little tablescape! I did a breast cancer awareness tablescape last week too. Gotta get the word out any way we can.

Lori (All That Splatters) said...

I saw a cute miniature set just today at Tuesday Morning. Now I know what I could have done with it. Very pretty!

Mimi said...

Fabulous miniatures!

Kammy said...

How cute Liz !I think my rear end may be a tad too big for those itsy bitsy chairs, LOL !
Kammy

Liz said...

This is precious! I wish I had a big room like that! :)

~Liz

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

This is just the sweetest little tablescape -- love your minatures. Why stop tablescaping? We love to "play" with your little dishes too!

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Mªjose

Lize said...

Thank you to all of those who were so kind to look at my blog and leave a comment. I really appreciate it.

Liberty Biberty said...

I just LOVE that bunch of keys! Can you tell me where you got them?
Mercedes

Sans said...

You must one day, one fine day, tell us all about how and where you pick up these wonderful little pieces. Your process if you make them. This is a wonderful way to thank your followers, by unlocking your door and inviting us in for a peek into your enchanting world.

Anonymous said...

Even a reflection in the mirror. You are so good!
Anina

Anonymous said...

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