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Saturday, March 31, 2012

A TARTAN HOLIDAY BREAKFAST

You may think I am celebrating Christmas again, but I am really sharing an Easter breakfast buffet table (which just happens to include plaid dishes that I normally use during the Christmas season).

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Scrambled eggs with crumbled bacon in a bunny tureen.

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Strawberry Soup in a lamb tureen.

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Pancake bites with maple syrup under glass.

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Toast in a cookie jar, and…

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Jelly in a bunny.

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Salt and pepper.

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Since I’m joining the Tartan Parade, I’m going to share a few other plaids in my home.  You may have noticed some in my previous post.  My plaid lampshades and ribbon used for Easter decor:

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A few other plaids on display in my home:

A plate I bought because I love the plaid ribbon on it.

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The vase my sister-in-law gifted me, because she knows I love roosters and plaid.

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A plaid table-topper in our bedroom.

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I am linking to the Tartan Parade, hosted by Hyacinths for the Soul, Vignette Designs, Upstairs Downstairs, and The Polohouse.  Thanks to the parade hostesses.  Be sure you go see all of the other entries in the Tartan Parade.  Thank you for coming by to see my contribution to the parade.  laurie

25 comments:

Glenda/MidSouth said...

The plaid works well with the tablecloth and all the bunnies - very pretty. The menu sounds good.
Hope you are enjoying your weekend.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Ok, I love the plaid, but I really love all the bunnies, and the tureens are unreal. Such cute ideas for serving. You totally amaze me. I just can't even imagine all of this. Love that tablecloth also. The piano is fantastic. Hugs, Marty

Kathleen said...

You have a lot of plaid that worked great in this post! I was at a loss! I envy your plaid plates. I know that is a sin, but I am honest! :)
Have a blessed Palm Sunday!

Salmagundi said...

I've always loved those plaid dishes of yours. They set the best table. Sally

Shirley said...

I love all the bunnies. I see they multiply by the numbers! LOL! I love the jelly in the bunny and your salt & pepper shakers..so cute, Let's eat!

Designs By Pinky said...

LOVE that tablecloth! It is very cute and Eastery but great colors for TARTANS!!!! Love the soup tureens too. So pretty. XO, Pinky

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Your plaids are wonderful! I don't have any but Tartans are now on my list to look for!! Hugs,Linda

Phyllis@Around the House said...

Love the Easter Plaid..so beautiful with the terrific tureens...love your clever use of your Easter beauties to serve from...sooo pretty

Happy To Be/ Gl♥ria said...

Laurie... I love it all girl..You have the best stuff in the whole world..I always love coming by and seeing your beautiful home and the way you display everything..I love the toile in your bedroom..it was once of my all time favorites on RMS..Oh by those were the days..can't believe how long ago that was now..Give my love to the BOSS my dear friend..Love ya girl..Hugs and smiles Gloria

bathroom designs said...

Hi
A TARTAN HOLIDAY BREAKFAST
Good day administrator, I really love how it is easy on my eyes and the data are well written,
many thanks

vignette design said...

Hi Laurie,
You definitely have plaid, and I knew you would too. Those plaid plates are wonderful, as is your whole table setting. I'm actually thinking of setting a plaid Easter table! Is that weird? Thanks for linking up! ~Delores

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

Hi Laurie, I love love love your red plaid jar with the rooster! What a perfect combo! And we could never mistake this wonderful table for a Christmas one with all the cute bunnies dancing about. The table cloth and the fat mama bunny holding jelly might be my favorites. Linda

Maggie said...

What a cracking post fro the Tartan Parade, love it all but the bunny with the jelly is my favourite!

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

As a Scottish Gunn by marriage I am mad for plaid. Your darling post made me truly blissfully crazy! :)

I linked up an oldie but goodie to play along here:

http://decortoadore.blogspot.com/2010/05/patriotic-party.html

Happy Tartan Day!

Sarah said...

Laurie, I knew you'd have wonderful plaid to share in the parade. Your table is darling. Those tureens are so sweet and of course, the scotties adorable. Cute plaid basket for the flowers too. Is that a lunch pail?
Thanks for pulling out the plaid for the parade. Your table is full of fun. ~ Sarah

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

I love your plates and that fun tablecloth Laurie! Happy Easter Week:@)

Alison @ The Polohouse said...

Your table looks amazing!
Love those plaid dishes. They are perfect with the bunnies and the tablecloth and the picnic tin.

Perfection!
Thanks for joining the parade today!

Alycia Nichols said...

This is a really cool Easter spread with the plaids, Laurie!!! I love the tureens (that lamb is just TOO sweet!), and you've done some really creative things all around. Very nice!!!!!!!!

Maggie Ann said...

What a treat looking at your post pictures! You know how to make 'pretty' happen...=)

Debbie@Mountain Breaths said...

Your plaids and Easter decor are wonderful! The lamb tureen is just so sweet!

The Tablescaper said...

Love this! Only you could make red plaid be Easter. Marvelous.

- The Tablescaper

Sue said...

Laurie, your plaid is so fun and I am truly loving your tureens, especially the lamb! Your plaid tin with the cabbages is adorable. :-) I don't own a single piece of plaid. Not even a skirt! LOL

Rosewalk Cottage said...

I love all of your bunnies and the scotties.
~Clara

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

This is GORGEOUS! I'm FAVORING your tablecloth though. It is incredible! Love the scene on it AND it goes so nicely with all your tartan pieces!
Have a Happy Easter Week,
Hugs,
Donna

Linda said...

The plaid looks wonderful...What a gorgeous tablecloth! There's so many wonderful things to look at.
Love the sweet little doggies. Happy Easter