Shake, Rattle & Roll ’em!

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A black, white & silver table brings to mind an evening of elegance, often contemporary in nature. It can also work for evoking thoughts of sheer simplicity. But can it also work for a Bunco dinner party?!!?!!? This week, I answer a subscriber’s request for a game night dinner party table!

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It is with great pride & pleasure that I once again join Susan and the other tablescapers at Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday. After checking out my entry, please pop over and take a peek at what everyone else is up to this week!

5 thoughts on “Shake, Rattle & Roll ’em!

  1. Love the fondue with marshmallow dice! Clever. Also liked the double chargers. Your tables are always grand and even for bunko night you showed how much fun it can be!

  2. This would be perfect for Bunco!! I love it! Especially the dice marshmallows. A suggestion, dice hot glued to a plain napkin ring would be fun.

    • Hi, Mona! I hope Novetta & her friends read through the comments here to pick up on that fun idea! It was fun to put together some ideas for her, and I have 2 others who have asked me to do something as an example. With this horrible weather and me being snowed in, I may just get the chance to answer their requests sooner than later!

  3. Simply beautiful and creative. I hope you have copyrighted your creations. They are much to attractive and creative to give away.

    Senator Wilson

  4. Pingback: Blurred Lines with Shades of Pink | Tablescapes at Table Twenty-One

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