Thursday, December 31, 2015

Santa's List by Fitz and Floyd Dinnerware

Today sharing the dinnerware pattern that goes along with the cookie jar and teapot I recently shared.

It is stoneware which makes it for comfortable dining at any time.  
It was discontinued in 1995-1996

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Fitz and Floyd Santa's List

Hello, hope you are all having the most wonderful of holiday seasons!  
Last year I shared with you one of my fine china patterns that I use at Christmas.  It was made by Fitz and Floyd and called "St. Nicholas"  You can see that pattern here if you wish.
Today I share another Fitz and Floyd pattern that is a Christmas stoneware. I love to use this because the children enjoy it.
It is called "Santa's List"

Sunday, December 27, 2015

Our Christmas Tree And The Designers

This year I just had no time to decorate the tree so I decided to get some help.
I ran out to the storage to pick up the slim artificial tree and a box of ornaments and 
quickly grabbed a very old tree skirt.
I had to hurry because it is Christmas Eve and I've yet to do the tree!
Can you believe it?  
I can't!

Thursday, December 17, 2015

The Quilt I Kept and Sur la table Product Review!

I had to share this cute little quilt set that I got for a great price last after Christmas sale at our local Belk Store.  It is a wholecloth quilt but still very cute. Do you shop the sales and buy sometimes not knowing what you will do with them?  I do and already have given two of these sets away. They came in handy, but this one stayed with me! 

Thursday, December 3, 2015

Putting Down a New Rug

The holidays are a great time to really get down to cleaning.  It was time for a little change.  Nothing drastic mind you I still have little grandchildren that I want to be able to come into the living room and play without me cringing.  They are pretty well behaved and as Phillip says, "Mimi I'll tell the others about the house rules."  He is adorable and so smart.  How else could I have off white and pale yellow sofas with a tan rug for all of those years?