I set this vignette up on the bed in a guest room that is decorated in white, blue and yellow. The old wicker tray is something I've had for many years, I believe I picked it up at the Allegan Antique market one summer when I had a booth there selling antiques with my friend Chris.
This is without a doubt the best chicken soup I've ever tasted. I'm sure most of you follow Yvonne over at Stone Gable, this is a recipe she posted from her family. I have struggled for years to find a recipe for chicken soup that didn't taste and look like dish water. I'm certainly not the first person to give Yvonne a shout out over this soup but please if you haven't made a big pot of this give it a try soon. Nani's Chicken Soup from Stone Gable.
The little blue tea pot lamp was a bargain from TJ's, I think I paid $5. The cut cotton napkin was $.99 from Salvation Army, I picked up eight of them.
The dinner plate is Spode's Blue Room Collection, Rural Scenes, I have six and they came from Goodwill. The most dear piece is the sterling silver soup spoon that was gifted to me along with several others by my good friend Sheila. The white bone china salad plate stacked next is Bella Lux again from TJ's. The little blue and white under plate stacked next is Johnson Brother's Coaching Scenes.
The tea mug is Queen's Kitchen Blue Pig and the little square plate is from several I purchased at the Crate and Barrel outlet in Chicago.
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