DIY Christmas Tablescape
Using ornaments and a mix of garlands this DIY Christmas tablescape is an easy concept that could be switched out year after year.
I bought three miniature poinsettias at our local grocery store and wrapped two clearance garlands in a circle around them.
Both garlands had pine cones already incorporated into them. My sister-in-law has made little circular Birch tree ornaments for each member of our family for a couple of years, and this year I decided to add them to my “Pines and Garland” tablescape theme.
I hung them on candles as well as the garland.
These candlesticks are from Pottery Barn and are no longer available, but there are similar ones here. I absolutely love the vintage combination of mercury and glass!
Many guests ask about the taper candles that I use. My mom introduced me to these many years ago and they are the BEST.
They are made by Root Candles and can be found in a variety of sizes and colors (see here). I have never seen candles burn so evenly.
They are the only ones I use anymore because I light them anywhere and trust that they will not drip.
To go along with the pine cone theme I added a cute little ornament to each place setting. These vintage farmhouse-style ornaments I found a couple of years ago at our local hardware store, believe it or not!
The plates are a vintage Queen Anne set for 12 that I originally bought for $60 at a thrift store and have been gradually adding to my collection from Etsy and eBay when I find more for sale.
Candy cane with pine cones! The gold chargers are also from Pottery Barn. See here.
Glittery pine cones!
A cute little vintage present with pine cones!
Santa hat with pine cones. Ok, I’m almost done, but it’s really hard to stop.
Oh my word. This little sled with pine cones is my favorite!
JOY. PEACE. HOPE. Merry Christmas, and I hope you enjoy the fellowship around your table as much as we will enjoy ours!
This is absolutely beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing at The Christmas Tour of Homes Link Party. Pinning for next year!