Thursday, March 25, 2010

Just for us Girls

It's always fun to prepare a little lite lunch
for just the girls. My husband doesn't care for
scones and they are one of my favorite things.


Love serving a salad in a large seashell.
Fresh spinach with strawberries and avacado
plus candied nuts. Yummmy


I made chocolate chip and apricot scones and served them
with lemon curd



I found these blue goblets in New Jersey
at a garage sale 40 years ago and I still love them.
I think I paid about $3 for each one. I do love a bargain.



I wish the weather would clear up and give us a little sunshine
I think my pictures would be a bit brighter if I had the right light.



These are some of our seashells that we sell at
Continental Chocolatier. You can check out
our web site at: eatlotsachocolate.com
It is still under construction but you can still view it.

I am a nut for yellow and blue. Love French Country stuff.
I added a bit of color with some of the material I had left
over from the table cloth so I just cut a short piece and
tied it around the napkin. Added a little ranuculus and there ya go



If you are interested in any of the seashell candies we
can offer you the wholesale prices if you can order
in the quantities listed on our website at - eatlotsachocolate.com

I am participating in the Tablescape Thursday

9 comments:

Barbara said...

Beautiful tablescape. i really enjoyed the color combination.

Mimi said...

Love the blue with the yellow!

Always Nesting said...

Your photos are fabulous. I feel like I'm right there loving the dishes and getting ready to dive in for some wonderful food.

Cindy said...

I can just taste that salad and yummy scones. I'll be right there. Everything is beautiful!

Abby Lanes said...

Thank you for visiting my blog. Your blog is amazing. i am just getting into tablescapes. it's becoming a new passion quickly though. I live by the ocean, so this is inspiring. I'll be back, many times!

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Oh your shells are beautiful! And the salad in the shell looks divine! This is a beautiful table.

Mary Ann said...

Sorry I have been so remiss in not responding to your comment. Your blog is absolutely yummy.
Thanks for stopping by.

Bonnie said...

Oh such fabulous eye candy! Love your blog and I would love some of your chocolate. :)

Have a wonderful weekend!

*hugs*
Bonnie

Andrea at Opulent Cottage said...

Your table is lovely, and your photos look great! I'm always worried about lighting, too, so I know what you mean. Your yellow and blue is just gorgeous. I hope you and your gamily have a wonderful Easter! And thank you for your nice message :))
Cheers, Andrea