New York, hoping to help snap her children out of the winter doldrums, lit upon the idea of declaring the first Saturday in February as Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day. Her two children are all grown up now, but the word has spread, and EICFB Day has been celebrated in households all over the United States and other countries around the globe.
this most honored and sacred day.
Wake Me Up Table.
No subtle arrangements.
Remember, you are appealing
to the hyperactive crowd.
The table should say,
"Come sit here and
for a sugar overload!"
Although pink string lights are optional, they are highly encouraged.
Add some oh-so-nutritious berries to the table
in order to prevent Child Protective Services from revoking your Grandma License.
tie the whole breakfast/ice cream thing together.
Tablecloth: fabric from Jo-Ann Fabrics
Placemats: fabric from Jo-Ann Fabrics
Dinner plates: HOME stamped on back, found at the local Mennonite Thrift Store
Red stemmed glasses: no information, inherited
Red flatware: Splendente Italian Flatware, NapaStyle
Ceramic ice cream cup bowls: Longaberger Hostess gift, eBay
Pink flower salad plates: Villeroy & Boch, Wonderful World Pink
I am linking to:
Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday
Hope Studios fro Tutorial Tuesday.