All right, I'll admit it.
The title of this post isn't as intriguing as
Jack London's, but it is appropriate.
The only thing that's calling these huskies
is The Call to Dinner.
lays the foundation for a cooler theme.
Snowflake tumblers, white salad bowls and white handled flatware
await a meal of comfort food and chilled lemonade.
Snowflake napkin rings secure the napkins.
White taper candles with candle shade carriers are placed at either end of the table.
The blue shades were made with blue paper and a white paint pen.
received a fluffy white blanket during an overnight coconut storm.
Update, January 21, 2011:
I didn't realize it until I was doing a little blog organizing today,
but this post was published on Jack London's birthday, January 12 (1876).
Brrrrrrrr. Now that IS chilling.
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A Stroll Thru Life for Tabletop Tuesday.
Between Naps of the Porch for Tablescape Thursday.
. . . off on my tangent for Alphabe-Thursday's Letter N (North Pole?).
Tablecloth: Fabric and iron-on hemming tape
White chargers: Aspen Platter, Crate and Barrel
Snowflake plates, WCL, made in China, no other markings, Thrift Shop
White bowls: Elements, Culinary Arts, Crate and Barrel
White flatware: Purchased long ago, very inexpensive, came with a caddy
Snowflake glasses, Dollar Tree
Napkins: Crate and Barrel
Snowflake napkin rings: sprayed white (this time), Thrift Shop
Husky Soft Dogs: Mukluk (white eyes), Ty Beanie Baby, Amazon.com