For our Super Bowl buffet table, I had fun playing with our grandchildren's toy stash that they've left at our house.
These trays will serve the chips and dips. I've had these football cocktail napkins for a very long time. I only have a few of them left, so I spread them on these trays.
These fork handles remind me of the colors of a football.
The plates I'm using are Belaverra.
The parking lots are filling up.
Emergency help is on standby.
The stadium is getting crowded. Years ago, Old El Paso sold tacos in these plastic trays as a promotional. I'm probably the only person who still has one. (No, I don't throw away much, and yes, I know that's the sign of a hoarder.)
I found this game scoreboard on the floor at an estate sale. When I asked how much it was, they said I could have it. Free! I'm not passing that up. I'm afraid it had slipped out of the game box when someone had bought the game.
You can see that I also got into our granddaughters' dress-up trunk to borrow their pom poms.
I'm so glad you came by to watch me play with toys. I hope you had as much fun as I did.
This post is partying with Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch.