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December 09, 2009


I love christmas breakfast, beautifully done chelsea.

This is gorgeous. I love the bright colors.

i love this, chelsea. i especially love this for christmas because my mom, without fail, puts oranges or tangerines or clementines into the bottom of my stocking every single year. . .

Those little favors are adorable! I'm off to get the recipe now... Thanks for sharing!

Aww, how pretty! Lemon curd is sooo good!

Oh I love this Chelsea! Gorgeous as always.

Just gorgeous! The perfect thing onm such a cold and snowy day here in MN...Thanks!

hey, is that my name i spy on the placecard?!

So pretty! And thanks for the recipe!! xo

You're so good! Lemon curd would be my favourite thing to get or give.

the colors are so gorgeous. i love the blues and oranges for a christmas table.

What lovely ideas for Christmas!!! I can't wait to try them.

Lovely...I love citrus for winter arrangements!

I've always associated orange scent with winter holidays and this blue & orange table creates the perfect picture!

So, so, so beautiful!!!! You are so talented.

Yes! Oranges and mandarines are such a big part of Xmas for our family! Be that in a bowl, studded with fragrant cloves or sliced and added to mulled wine - they are great!

Thanks for sharing this decorative tip. Will definitely include a table setting with these orange treasures!

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