Well, the other day I was in my favorite flea-tique and I thought I heard someone call my name....
To my surprise it was a big, white sheep.
(OK, you can stop groaning now.)
What could I do? She "spoke" to me; so I took her home to use in my Spring tablescape.
I thought, since she was rather plain, bless her heart, that I'd try to gussy her up a bit.
I put a little ribbon around her neck. Well, she would have none of that...she subscribes to the "less is more" philosophy.
Sheep really has an attitude. lol
So, you'll see her without the bow in the tablescape.
These are the Adams, English Countryside dishes I got the other day for an early birthday present. Yay!
See the sheep on the salad plate? Maybe they're her English ancestors.
The dinner plate has a fishing scene in front of a charming mill house.
I found these darling yellow violas at the garden center and popped them into this little wooden crate from GW.
Here's Sheep peeking around the violas.
She didn't know I had caught her sniffing the flowers.
I filled the demitasse cups with Easter grass and Jordan almonds.
Can you see the fleur de lis on the glass?
Look at the pretty detail on the cup handle.
Thank y'all for stopping by. I always enjoy your visits.
P.S. Sorry I'm so silly today. It's my birthday and I'm happy. Thanks for not groaning too much.