I decided to go with orange, black and white for the month of October.
I have some Pyrex bowls, Fiesta plates and bowls, iron ware platters.
The transferware black and white bowl is very old. The little orange splatterware bowl is like Rachael Ray uses for her trash bowl.
I really like this combination of colors.
Kennedy got to ride on her preschool float for the homecoming parade.
She had a great time!
Time flies, seems like she was just born.
At least she still has her baby face.
This is a really late post, so sorry.
The dishes that I have been using for this month are a mixture.
In this first picture the brown divided dishes and the small white lidded dish are Pyrex.
The mustard colored dishes are Frankoma 5E.
We are also using our brown, mustard and green bakelite silverware, also.
Of course, I always have some of my fiesta ware out for the month. The brown bowl, cup, plate, and small server plate are all fiesta. The two green goblets are one of my finds from my garage sales this summer. I love them and have already used them several times!
My Frankoma mustard yellow plates are very thick.
Hopefully that means that they will be hard to break.
There they are!
Well got to go!
I have lots of fall decorating to do!
These orange bowls are chili bowls. I have a set of four.
I got a lot of these tea cups from a garage sale from last year.
These two bowls are called “popcorn bowls”. They come in a set of five, but I only have the large one and one small bowl. They are steel. I need to complete my set!
I have been collecting this Fiesta Ware for years, some of it is new and some old.
These dishes go with anything. I just got this at a garage sale last week. I haven’t researched it yet. I don’t know if it is a honey pot or a sugar bowl. Anyone know???
In this stack are plates and bowls.
Red sugar and creamer set and cobalt salt and pepper shakers.
A green covered casserole dish and pie plate.
Fiesta Ware is my favorite dish. Without question!
My grandma had a set of these dishes that we ate on every Sunday for dinner after church.
I hope to continue the tradition!