Let’s Dish ~ Earth Day

For Kathleen’s Good Earth Theme for Let’s Dish this week I’m revisiting my earthy apple blossom setting. The blossoms just started blooming again this past week.

I used some old depression glass to feature the blossoms.

It’s fun to bring the outdoors in to add some color and depth to a table setting.

Here are some photos of my apple blossoms so far this year. They should be fully bloomed soon.

“Let the heavens rejoice, let the earth be glad, let the sea resound, and all that is in it; let the fields be jubilant, and everything in them. Then all the trees of the forest will sing for joy; they will sing before the Lord.” (Psalm 96:11-13)

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

29 thoughts on “Let’s Dish ~ Earth Day

  1. This is so pretty, Ellen. My MIL gifted me with depression glass in several colours. I love the pink and green especially. You’ve inspired me to use it when I sent my table. Thanks for sharing. The apple blossom goes so well with it.

  2. The pink depression glass is a perfect way to share the apple blossoms. I’m going to remember this and copy you! (If I ever see an apple blossom.)

  3. Gorgeous!! I love pink depression glass and the apple blossoms are just beautiful.
    Thank You for sharing and have a wonderful evening!

    Aledia @ Plum Perfect

  4. Ellen – your apple blossom depression glass and your real apple blossoms are gorgeous! I too collect depression glass and quite a bit of the green “Royal Lace” pattern pieces. Hmmmm you’ve got me thinking of how I can participate in a Let’s Dish post using my green depression glass sometime???? My apple blossoms aren’t quite there as yet.

  5. Ooooo, I am pee green & PINK with envy over all your lovely pink depression glass, Ellen! I have some that was my mother’s & I cherish it. Actually cried when I broke one piece a few years ago.
    Your floral photos are especially lovely…thanks for sharing such great glimpses into what you see with your camera.


  6. Ellen, I was so glad to receive your visit to my blog. It has been a long time, and I’ve missed you.

    Your table setting is so pretty, and you know I am loving seeing all of the pink. Your depression glass pieces are lovely. I don’t believe I’ve ever seen real apple blossoms.

  7. Hi Ellen! Your depression glass collection is so pretty. I love pink depression glass. I also love that you paired this setting with the apple blossoms. It’s so perfect! We don’t really have those around here in our area so it is so nice to see them. They make a beautiful centerpiece! Thank you so much for visiting and for your sweet comments!

  8. Hi Ellen, Your combination of the depression glass and the blossoms is beautiful. Pink and green are really spring–I did my Earth Day table in those colors, too! i have green depression glass from my grandmother, but my sister got the pink! Happy Earth Day. Linda

  9. Ellen, your apple Blossom is beautiful. Your table is charming with the pink depression glass.
    Love the salt and pepper shakers. thank you visiting and leaving me sweet words. Happy Earth Day. Linda

  10. Lovely depression pieces…the apple tree blossoms are beautiful. I can imagine the trees are just gorgeous when they are in full blossom.
    Have a great weekend, Ellen!

  11. I miss not having a flowering tree in our yard. The last two were cut down several years ago after we got tired of cleaning up the crab apples. How beautiful the flowering branches look in your depression glass!

  12. This is so pretty! I just love apple blossoms and depression glass and they complement each other so well. Love the touches of floral with the S&P shakers and napkins. Wonderful table!

  13. Beautiful pink depression glass display on your tablescape. I love it and have some pieces myself but haven’t used them in a tablescape yet. Thanks for sharing and stopping by.

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