Christmas Tablescape   19 comments

      One of my favorite aspects of the holiday frenzy of entertaining is my annual Christmas tablescape for my family’s Christmas dinner.  Each year, I come up with a new “theme” and decorate the table in a new way.  I’m always looking for cost-effective ways to do this.  I mix and match my existing dishes, and often re-use decorations from past years in different ways.  This year, the theme was “woodland”, and I used all natural materials (except for the red berries).  I loved it!

The snow in the hurricanes is Epsom salts! 
I loved it because not only was it inexpensive, it has a bit of sparkle of it’s own. 
 Rather than using tablecloths, I found inexpensive unbleached muslin on sale, 
along with burlap that I cut into runners.  No hemming needed for any!  
My kind of fabric project!  The burlap ribbon was a last-minute find.
The cedar logs were sliced with a chain saw by a friend, and all the greenery came from his property here in my local mountains.  Aromatic cedar, bay laurel, and holly.  I added some baby’s breath and voila!

The last component of my yearly theme is the table gift for each guest.  Always something small, usually some kind of ornament, I like to find simple but creative ways to make sure that the gifts are all the same, but personalized for each person.   This year, I handpainted clear glass ornaments with different simple motifs for each person.  It was easy and fun!

 Merry Christmas to All!

Posted December 28, 2011 by nettskee11 in Christmas

19 responses to “Christmas Tablescape

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  1. Gorgeous table. Love the idea of a themed table

  2. really nice! I love that it was natural!

  3. Bonjour On dirait que les thèmes de ce concis debrieffing requierent davantage de valeurs Votre tournure peut paraitre recevable or je ne defend pas les différents avis plus anciens! il faudrait ajouter quelques valeurs pour plus de professionalisme! Merci

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  11. I love your beautiful red and white tablescape. I love the candle holders and the little packages with the bows. Very pretty. Did you create the tablescape. Do you have a tablescape blog? My blog is Plum Creek Place. Come visit and leave me some tips on how to create such beautiful pictures.

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  14. Love this table so much, it’s pinned to my account in Pinterest! Thanks for making my Christmas!

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