The tablecloth came from Penney's Outlet in KC, many years ago. DD#2, thought I was crazy when I had her pick 2 large tablecloths up, I believe for less than $10 each. One I left the full size, the other one, I took to a seamstress and had it made into a small table cloth, napkins and a runner. I loved them right away, everyone else had to grow into them!
The box in the middle of the table matches the tablecloth exactly, and was $1.00 at the thrift store.
The dishes were found at a different thrift store for $.25 each, the silverware is my standby cheapies, and the blue stemware are the Duz soap glasses from my hope chest.
We got these individual butter knives for a wedding present. There are 4 different veggies, the asparagus above, the carrot below....
I made these in ceramics class when we were first married. They were the very first thing I completed, and I gave them to my grandma for her collection. Then- I got them back, with the whole collection.
Cabbage/lettuce salt and pepper shakers from grandma's collection.
There are green pepper salt and peppers and onions too. The candle holder was made by our son in wood class I believe.
Here's the radish butter knife, and we were having corn on the cob this time, so the corn holders were out too!
The napkins are the ones made out of the left over table cloth, and the napkin rings are wooden. The butter knife is corn on the cob.
This little onion salt shaker has an attitude!
And this one just can't do a THING with her hair!
This corn pitcher is just big enough for a couple of cups of something, don't think I'd ever use it, but it was perfect for this. Grandma made this herself in the nursing home in ceramics.