Use two napkins! I used a red one underneath the salad plate for some color and the yellow one folded into a flower for some punch.
I know....I know some you are saying to yourselves...two napkins? What for? and I answer...FOR FUN...WHY NOT? It looks pretty.
This is my most favorite Valentine's cake that I make every year. There is a really long involved recipe which you can find Here but I shortened up a few things to make it a little easier.
Carrie who works with my husband is Chinese....born in Hong Kong but she grew up in Costa Rica...Carrie speaks Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese, Spanish, a little Korean, some French and is completely fluent with almost no Asian dialect in ....English! Carrie is one amazing woman and boy can she cook!Carrie made us all kinds of incredible dishes...Chicken cashew stir-fry with green onions and red, yellow and orange peppers. Fried rice noodles with carrots, green onions, eggs and ham sliced into narrow ribbons Eggs made like omelets then chopped into fine ribbon like strips to stir fry.then.... she whipped up some ground pork with those really cool noodles that puff when you pop them into the pan with oil.She also made some steamed rice, snow pea leaves with a sauce made from bamboo pith, the most incredible sweet and sour pork made from boneless country pork ribs and one whole Tilapia fish that she steamed with fresh ginger and green onions This is Carrie busily peeling the skin off the ginger while the men in the background are gobbling up the food faster than she can prepare it!
The kids were even taking photos of the food with their phones.
Classic Black and white dishes with white napkin on black placemat
A spring wreath made from silk flowers left over from my daughters wedding.
Before: It was yellow with a white bed spread.
I think I have more photos of before and afters...but I need to search my computer for them.
I love this tin mini chest of drawers that she found at a garage sale! It is so perfect to sit a top of a desk to hold a myriad of items.
Check out her wrapping center...ribbon, scissors all at the ready. All of this is in a 6'X12' room for Pete's Sake!!
Tiffany you Rock Sista!! LOL :)
These pictures are from http://springchickdesigns.blogspot.com/ awesome ideas for sewing craft rooms..plus she is one creative gal herself!