Yesterday I shared with you our Natural Christmas Cone Tree I made with Evergreen clippings. I made a smaller tree because I wanted to use it in our Christmas Buffet Vignette.
Do you ever notice when taking photos you either have too little light or too much light? Today the light was flooding in! As with our Christmas Mantel the decorations are traditional, with a natural look.
The wreath over the mirror is old, and to "update" it a bit a favorite Santa ornament was added inside.
I'm so please with how my little tree turned out - I feel like I'm out in the woods when I look at it, our vignette has a somewhat woodland theme to it.
On the candelabra I added pine cones around the just the one candle in the middle.
Sharing another closeup of our Christmas tree, can you tell how much I like it.
I looked forever for a 6 cup vintage cupcake mold and it was fun to include it in the vignette. My favorite ornaments are the Cardinal ones. I was so sad when I broke one, and do not even put them away with all the other ornaments, I keep them separate.
On the shelf I placed a vintage wash board, a Santa and a vintage coal shovel I just picked up at my shop. I used my old metal rake tines to hold a Santa ornament, his feet look like they are leaning on the rake. Adding also brings in more color - I am such a color lover!
The left side of the buffet is a vintage silver large coffee urn which was my Mom's, a needlepoint hoop wreath and my glass candlestick vignette with the Natural Evergreen Candle Bochehes recently made. The tall Santa by the mirror was a recent thrift store find.
On the wall I hung part of a shutter I've had lying around for awhile, the star is a $ tree find.
The runner is a piece of red/white french toile fabric, Patty who is at the shop has a cottage booth, and I'm always finding some treasures. Whenever I find a piece of fabric I love, I just can't cut it, so I was lucky it was long enough for the buffet! In the middle is a recent ironstone stoup tureen I found thrifting.
It's been fun sharing with your our Christmas Buffet Vignette,
and hope you enjoyed it too!
Savvy Southern Style