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Saturday, December 31, 2011

A year in Review - part two

 
I welcome you to the second part of this past year in review.. these have
been your favorites, based on the number of comments.










The following tables are a few of my favorites I thought I'd share with you again:




  

Thanks for dropping in. It's been my pleasure to welcome you to our home.
I do hope you'll come back by soon for a another nice visit!


24 comments:

Barbara F. said...

One lovelier than the next! Happy to have met you in Blogland (and I also enjoy pinning with you!). Happy, healthy New Year. xo

FABBY'S LIVING said...

I can just feel every month and it's seasons, when I see your gorgeous tables, each one better than the other! Thank you for sharing your talents all this year. Wishing you a wonderful New Year 2012!
FABBY

xinex said...

You are one of my favorite tablescapers, Marlis. Each and everyone of your tables were set perfectly. Happy New Year!...Christine

Kathleen said...

Just beautiful, Marlis, every one of them!
Happy 2012!

Sherry said...

Marlis,

You have created some very pretty tables this year! Love the white wooden chargers. Have a very Happy New Year! Thanks for coming by.
Sherry

The Tablescaper said...

All so pretty. It's great to see them again.

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

All pretty settings Marlis, I love the great colors in the Cino de Mayo table! Happy New Year:@)

Sarah said...

Marlis, such fun to see all these gorgeous tables again. You have talent! I look forward to following along in 2012. Happy New Year! ~ sarah

Cindy F. Adkins said...

Such gorgeous tablescapes! I love all the nature themes. You're so talented!
Cindy

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

You've dined so beautifully in 2011! Can't wait to see what you do in 2012. Wishing you and yours a wonderful new year. laurie

Susan (My Place to Yours) said...

Beautiful, Marlis! I did a year of my favs, too.

Pat said...

Gorgeous review Marlis!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Yep, they are just as gorgeous this time around as the first time :-) Can't wait to see what you bring us in 12!!

Jocelyn @
http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com

Zuni, Chickadee Home Nest said...

Hi, Marlis. I started with Part 2, and as I oooohhh'd and aaahhh'd I was making a mental list of my favorites--I had to give up. Too many. No wonder they were others' favorites too! What a great array of beautiful tables! ~Zuni

Liz@A Dish Here, A Glass There said...

Hello Marlis!
What a great collection and a great body of work! It's fun to see a collection put together like this! Kind of like flipping through a book! Love that Wisteria! G..g...g...gorgeous!!

Entertaining Women said...

I've feel like I've just had the privilege of visiting a bevy of beautiful old friends. You are such a rock star! Happy New Year! See you this weekend...so excited! Cherry Kay

Miss Merry said...

What a wonderful year of tables! I especially like the rustic setting of the Something to Crow about Table. You have wonderful photography skills and a great sense of style!

Chubby N Chieque said...

So many beautiful tables and all the treasures are so beautiful.

All the best of 2012.

Cheers!
/chie

Mary said...

I'm torn between your Easter Daylight table & your beautiful wisteria one...*sigh*...

Looking forward to more of your wonderful tablescapes & 2012!

Tess said...

So much fun revisiting all of your lovely tables!

Tess said...

So much fun revisiting all of your lovely tables!

A Toile Tale said...

Much as I love seeing these as they occur on your blog, somehow revisiting them as a retrospective is ever so sweet. Each one is so specialn in it's location, it's theme, it's occassion or it's creativity. I'm looking forward to sharing lots more!
Linda @ A Toile Tale

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Marlis -- you have simply delighted us with your tables all year. Looking forward to what 2012 brings!

Leslie's Garden said...

Each one lovely in it's own right! So many great ideas to inspire us all!

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