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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Masters Par-Tee

The Masters Golf Tournament gets underway at Augusta National Golf Club on Thursday.  The top PGA golfers will compete for the ultimate win and the honor of wearing the legendary green jacket.  I have visited Augusta a few times, but never during Masters week.    Attending the Masters is definitely on my bucket list to do one day.   Each year I look forward to watching the tournament on TV and enjoying a delicious pimento cheese sandwich with a cold Arnold Palmer.  



Masters tablescape 




I found the centrepiece a few months ago at Goodwill.  It's a telephone.    

I searched high and low for golf themed fabric to cover the charger plates. I finally found it at StitchCraft  in Boca Raton.    




I painted the coffee mugs using Sharpie's last year.  


The napkin rings are made out of ball markers and flat bottle caps I purchased at Hobby Lobby.  


I used antique green glass egg cups filled with brown sugar to hold the golf tee and ball.  

I purchased the cookbook while on a trip to Augusta in the early 90's.    I will enjoy a few glasses of ice cold Arnold Palmer iced tea while watching the tournament. 




The dogwood dishes are ceramic and were made by my Mother many years ago.  



I enjoyed making the Masters cookies and cupcakes last year. Hopefully I will find time before Saturday to make another batch. 





Catherine 

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8 comments:

  1. Your table is so charming and perfect for the master. I love the cute cookies. you have so many wonderful accessories. What a great way to celebrate the masters. Our neighbor goes there every year. Have a lovely weekend.

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    1. Thank you Linda! I'm sure your neighbor enjoys going to the Masters. I look forward to watching it on TV this weekend. Have a great weekend and I will see you on Dishing It & Digging It this Sunday afternoon.

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  2. How fun! What wonderful details, now, where on earth do you keep all of the dishes and accessories you use for your tablescapes?! I enjoy them all! Thanks for sharing at Celebrate Your Story!

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    1. Thank you Chloe! I have them stacked very carefully in every nook I can find. My linen closet is now a plate closet. My hall bookcase is mostly plates. The cabinet behind the table is full of plates. I need to donate a few to Goodwill to make room for some new ones I purchased to use this Summer. I also have a storage unit to store seasonal items. Thanks for hosting Celebrate Your Story.

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  3. Being a Georgia girl The Master's is near and dear to my heart. Your table is perfection. Thank you so much for sharing it with us at Vintage Charm.

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  4. That's adorable, and a genius idea of putting the clubs right on the table. Love that!

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    1. Thank you Christine! It's always fun styling the Masters table. :)

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