Happy Wednesday, my dear Everyday Friends.
I know this post finds many of you buried under
the snow or freezing your patooties off in a
I am sending you warm hugs and happy thoughts
of Spring and hope we see cherry blossoms and
red-breasted robins and buttercups very soon.
Today, I am sharing a post by my fabulous
Design Contributing Editor,
Dawn at Creative Cain Cabin.
She is talking about her lovely collection of
Hi All! It’s me, Dawn from Creative Cain Cabin
back to show you how to use Melamine when
it comes to decorating. I’ve acquired a love for the
1950’s Melamine Dinnerware. Luckily it’s so
popular again you don’t have to scour thrift
shops to find the vintage stuff, you now can
find it in most any store.
I adore all the bright colors and fun patterns
Melamine Dinnerware comes in. Why wouldn’t
anyone just love this stuff? Plus, it’s virtually
indestructible making it a go to for dinnerware
in campers, but for me I enjoy setting my
everyday table with Melamine. The pop of colors
just make me smile.
I even decided to add an additional turquoise plate
as my centerpiece along with a nubby vase, that’s
actually a coffee cup, full of grocery store mums.
Please tell me you are also attracted to the
inexpensive, festive dinnerware?
Let me give you a list of where the items came from:
Yellow Melamine Chargers : Hobby Lobby $1.99 each
Red Polka-dot Square Dinner Plates: Target $1.99 each
Turquoise Square Dinner Plates: Target $1.99 each
Turquoise Tin Buckets: Target $1.00 each
Nubby Vase: Target $3.99
Red Flatware: Walmart $9.99
Red and White Pillow Cover: Hobby Lobby $4.99
You don’t have to spend a lot of money to create a
pretty table, and for me I like the look of this over
expensive stuff any day:)
I have to admit I do not have any Melamine Dinnerware
but why do I want to go out and purchase a
set now that I have seen your set and your
Thank you so much for sharing.
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