Christmas Tablescape

The sun didn't pop out her shinny head but I was able to take a few photos of our Christmas tablescape.

Christmas Tablescape

A simple tablescape, didn't dig through the many boxes downstairs, kept a woodland theme.

Christmas Tablescape

The centerpiece is based on top of a little metal sled.

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I filled in with some bottle brush trees, the cardinal is part of a salt and pepper set from Walmart.  I added the pompons on top of the cloche since there's no snow here, boohoo!

I pulled together a very simple tablescape, didn't dig through the many boxes downstairs, and kept with a woodland theme.

a 10¢ twig wreath with a few bottlebrush trees were added.

I pulled together a very simple tablescape, didn't dig through the many boxes downstairs, and kept with a woodland theme.

Our place setting starts with a $ Tree red candle wick charger, our everyday $ Tree white candle wick place.

I pulled together a very simple tablescape, didn't dig through the many boxes downstairs, and kept with a woodland theme.
I found this lovely woodland plate at Walmart, who would of thought?

I pulled together a very simple tablescape, didn't dig through the many boxes downstairs, and kept with a woodland theme.

The next layer is a $ Tree twig wreath, and topped with a cute ceramic Hope plague.  It was part of a set of 4 thrift store find, Hope, Joy, Peace and Love.  Never got them on the wall but I thought looked good  on top.

I found 4 of them at a thrift store, Hope, Joy, Peace and Love.  Never got them on the wall but I thought looked good  on top.

Wishing you a wonderful Christmas dinner!

Enjoy!

Savvy Southern StyleCommon Ground

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Comments

  1. Beautiful table. Love the plate with the birds. Would never have thought you could find something like that at WalMart!

    Merry Christmas wishes from my cottage to yours!

  2. Merry Christmas, Cathy!
    Your table is so pretty with all the splashes of bright red. I love your cardinals and have a few of them at my house, too.
    Blessings, my friend.
    Carolynn

  3. Your table is breath taking, love everything on it (especially the plates with birds on them). Could use the bird plates all winter on table and wall. You did yourself very proud. Glad to hear you and your hubby are feeling alot better. Hope you both didn't overdo.
    Because of it just being the two of us and the way our mfg. home is laid out we don't have an eating area or room for a table/chairs. I had to sell table/chairs/hutch-buffet when we bought this place. We felt that since we're getting older and this place was what we could afford we'd go ahead and buy it. We usually ate in living room anyway. Bad habit I know. My husband was on the road for long periods of time so I ate alot in living room. Since he retired we both got into bad habit of eating in l/r.
    Grand Junction, CO area is ridiculous with prices of housing. We wish we could have brought our place from KY with us as we both loved it. Just the climate there was a terror on me.
    Hoping you and yours have a wonderful Christmas and Happy New year. Love your furry kids.

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