A life recorded is twice precious - first the experience itself and then the memory of it full and sweet when we read about it later.
Elaine Cannon

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Table Top Tuesday............


TABLE TOP TUESDAY on the Stroll Thru Life Blog HERE.
                       A good morning to everyone and welcome to Table Top Tuesday sponcered by Marty 
Marty took on a big job, please go to her blog and check out all the lovely table tops.  It is such fun to go in to homes and see how they decorate and get some new ideas.  The picture of the cute little boy is my Charlie when he was a little guy..  All the pictures are family treasures, the three children are Charlies dad and two sisters at there conformation..   I love my pretty lady  checking her self out in a mirror.  I put a few silk roses on my lamp to make the seting look more Victorian.   I also added lace to the bottom of the shade to make the look I wanted.   Please come back soon and visit me and my little cottage
                                                                       Hugs, Sharon


10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey, I am the first one...all I have on my table top is work to be done..HA HA

Happy To Be/ Gl♥ria said...

Just beautiful Sharon...I also love the Victorian look and you did an awesome job here...Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

alice said...

Sharon,
I love the lady in the hat statue. The pictures are adorable.
smiles, alice

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

First off the crocheted cloth is just gorgeous. I also like the lace around the shade. What a great idea. Your little lady is just about the cutest thing. She is checking to make sure she's gorgeous and she is. I am just drooling over all of your wonderful pictures and the frames are stunning. I love family pics displayed. A beautiful vignette. Thanks so much for joining TT. I really appreciate it. Hugs, Marty

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

That figurine is gorgeous! And it fits so well with the pictures in the frames...

Sandra said...

Pretty tabletop and I love the lady with the pocket mirror...come by and say hi sometime. Sandra

PEA said...

It looks absolutely beautiful, dear Sharon. You really got the Victorian look perfectly! That picture of Charlie as a little boy is just darling:-) xoxo

Janean said...

lovely...and i appreciate that each photo has a story!

GWENDOLYN said...

Thanks for the nice visit. Your blog is lovely. I love the vintage photos and frames.
Blessings!
Gwen

Stacey said...

I love your pretty lady too. Love all the old family pictures. Old black and whites are always so special.