Tablescapes, King & Queen of Hearts

The Queen of Hearts

She made some tarts

All on a summer’s day

 

hearts centerpiece

 

The Knave of Hearts

He stole those tarts

And took them clean away

 

queen of hearts table

 

The King of Hearts

Called for the tarts,    

And beat the knave full sore;

The Knave of Hearts brought back the tarts,    

And vowed he’d steal no more

source

 

Valentine place setting

 

There are no tarts, just hearts today

 

 

King and queen of hearts table 1

 

And cupids everywhere

 

painted Valentine glasses

 

Hearts abound,

they’re all around,

just pull up a chair!

 

queen of hearts Valentine table

 

The view from above

is filled with love

 

King & Queen of hearts table

 

Make a wish

Cupid will blow you a kiss

 

 

Valentine table

 

And your big red heart will throb

 

cupid straws

 

But wait!

Where’s the flatware

Have we been robbed???

 

 

king and queen of hearts 4

 

I bet it’s that Jack,

for the forks

he came back

 

 

jack of hearts

 

And to sneak more tarts

 

queen of hearts

 

 

From the King & Queen of hearts!

 

 

king of hearts

 

😘       💗

Juicy Details

Valentine plates, dot place mats/Home Goods several years ago

Valentine glasses, bowl/JMdesigns

XOXO tutorial here

Painting roses here

Painted candlesticks here

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19 Responses to “Tablescapes, King & Queen of Hearts”
  1. Pat@Back Porch Musings says:

    Imaginative creativity, Jenna! I love it.

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  2. I love those black and white plates with all of the words all over them! Beautiful! What a fun and pretty table for Valentine’s Day. A dinner for two at home is always our choice for Valentine’s day. Thank you so much for coming by and sharing over at Celebrate Your Story.

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  3. Rosie M. says:

    Oh, Jenna, what a fun post! I love your table, interwined with rhyming verse. Such a treat at so many levels. Have a wonderful week. Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

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  4. lulu says:

    Feeling sassy today, are you? This is a very fun table made more so by your words.

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  5. Love the black and white plates… so pretty! And combining the cards with the napkins is a wonderful, whimsical idea! Great tablescape, as always! 🙂 ~Rhonda

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  6. Lynn says:

    I like the black and white plates Jenna:@)

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  7. Mary says:

    Jenna, I love your centerpiece with your wonderful MacKenzie-Childs cake plate as a pedestal! Your square plates with the script are so festive, they look like something you would paint!

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  8. Sandra Garth says:

    The absolute last thing I need is more plates. However, if I come across plates like yours with the words on them they are mine all mine!

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  9. Jenna, such talent resides within you! Just so creative on every level! Love it! Pam @ Everyday Living

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  10. Candy S says:

    Jenna, I love the black and white salad plates, they look perfect for a lovey VDay table with the red dinner plates and the pretty painted wine glasses. Very pretty! I thought of you last week when I found several Mackenzie-Childs Courtly Check pieces at my Goodwill store. I’ve always admired all of your lovely checked accent pieces and was so pleased (and so lucky) to find them.

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  11. lulu says:

    I love beginning my day with a giggle and I sure got one this morning. This post is just full of good cheer.

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  12. Ann Krucek says:

    I love all your little details! like how you put a heart on the little cupid’s hand!! too cute!!

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  13. Thank you for featuring my table this week Danielle! I am thrilled, I loved this table! I hope you have a great next week!

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