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Dancing Tulips Tablescape

I set up this pretty pink and green tablescape in our Breakfast room. I wanted something cheerful, since we have had some rainy weather. Tulips are so fresh and pretty.  Love the colors!

I am using two different shades of pink.

I found this pretty tulip tablecloth at our local Ross store. I played with the plate stack.  I wanted to use the  green from the tablecloth, so my cabbage dishes work well. Pink chargers from Michaels tie in beautifully.

I added a long pintuck tablecloth under the tulip cloth.
Pink pillow cases hide my red chairs.  A pretty in pink tablescape/

Green flatware fits in perfectly.

Tulips are so graceful.  They are displayed in my fishbowl vase.

I wanted to share a tip from Monique, whose blog was recently focused on tulips.
I found a trick..take them out of the water and and snip the ends at an angle again..like you did when you brought them home..wrap in newspaper snuggly straight...stems and all lying on your table or counter.. and leave out for a couple of hours..put them back in your vase that you have put fresh water in..and watch them dance again..and again..I have done it twice..they are still beautiful.

Hence the name, Dancing Tulips.  Thank you Monique.
I shall be sharing at some of these link parties.

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  1. Well this post sure did brighten my rainy day. Beautiful.

  2. Lovely! I love pink and green together - it's so Greenbrier and Dorothy Draper!

  3. Such a bright and cheerful table Linda. Your tulips are so pretty and the pink and green plates just made me gasp at how lovely they are. The tulip topper and your flatware and pink glassware are perfect for this. Great tip for the tulips!
    Happy weekend Linda........

  4. Beautiful! Nothing says "Spring" like tulips!

  5. Beautiful display.

  6. Oh my gosh Linda what a beautiful table scape. My fave flowers are tulips. These are beauties. Happy Friday and have a wonderful weekend.

  7. Your tulips really do look like they're dancing! How pretty! You entire table setting looks gorgeous, Linda and a beautiful way to brighten anyone's day!

  8. We share an affinity for dancing tulips. I'm eager to let them start two-stepping down my table again this year. I noticed an amazing selection at Whole Foods just last week. I love the new colors for chargers now available at Hobby Lobby. Your pink ones are charming...yet another trip to make. I haven't used the Bordallo plates in some time. Your table inspires me, yet again. I pray that all is going as smoothly as possible in your world. Thanks for inviting us for a peek. Cherry Kay

  9. What fun Linda! I love pink and green, so fresh and girly! Tulips are so crazy, you never know what they are going to do, and from now on I will forever think of them as dancing!

  10. So pretty I just bought artificial pink tulips yesterday and added them to a vase (too lazy to try your "trick") Havent seen any tulip around here yet, still shoveling snow!! Love your "stack"

  11. Tulips are my all time favorite flower, Linda. Yours are just stunning on the table...especially in that elegant vase. Enjoy them!

  12. Love it! One of my very favorite color combinations is pink and green! I love tulips, too. I also loved the footed vase. It displays your tulips perfectly!

    Enjoy your weekend!

  13. Beautiful. I planted tulip bulbs, but they yet to come out. :)

  14. Tulips are one of my favorites! These are so pretty! Im seeing daffodills blooming everywhere around here. Spring is coming!!!

  15. Your table has me dreaming of gardens! I'll have to try your tip.

  16. Your table looks amazing and so pretty. The tulips scream spring and this would look pretty for even Easter! Hope you have a nice week Linda.
    Hugs, Julie xo

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