CorningWare & Corelle contacted me last week and asked if I would be interested in decorating our dining table with their products.
I instantly had flashbacks of when I was a little girl in the 1970’s.
My Mom & Dad had CorningWare baking dishes.
They used them almost every day, especially for Sunday dinner.
My Dad would cook his famous baked chicken in the large baking dish,
or his baked acorn squash in the smaller baking dishes.
40 years later, My Dad still has and uses these dishes.
I think I made my point.
So, in the letter, they also told me that if my tablescape was chosen as one of their favorites,
my local CorningWare & Corelle Store would “re-create” it in their store and feature my name as the designer.
Now, that really got my red head buzzing.
I texted my hubby and we planned a family trip to our local store.
I wanted something simple, yet elegant.
I also hoped for something a little less traditional, but perfect for Thanksgiving.
I chose the beautiful, white embossed “Boutique Cherish” Square Dinnerware Set.
Here it is close up:
They are light, durable, and I can use them every single day, not just Thanksgiving.
The square soup bowls are my favorite.
You may also notice the green beans in my new CorningWare Baking Dish.
The glass cover is perfect for the oven, or microwave.
We also purchased the gorgeous silver salt & pepper shakers you see.
Everyone at the store was very helpful when I had questions.
I even chatted with the gal at the register about my tablescape plan.
Speaking of green.
As you probably noticed, I decided to go with a “green” theme for my “Thanksgiving Harvest Tablescape”.
I used a deep, rich green. Green bean green I guess you could call it.
Not only did I use green ribbon to “wrap up” my new plates like a gift,
I also added some fresh green beans to the decor.
Apparently, we like green beans around here.
They even have a spot on my “Doodled Bench“.
(to make your own candle use a rubber band to secure your beans, and garnish with fresh cranberries)
Michigan provides many natural outdoor goodies this time of year, so I tried to keep the table decor as natural as possible.
I used fresh gourds, pumpkins, apples, leaves, pinecones, and even a few acorns.
Lastly, I baked you a fresh pumpkin pie.
Okay, maybe I baked it, from the freezer that is.
Sure did smell good.
Even Sylvia seems to enjoy the new dishes…
I wonder if she ever tried pumpkin pie?
(All opinions in this post are mine and I completely recommend CorningWare & Corelle)
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