Winter White Holiday Table

Day 10! Day 10! Only two more days in the blog hop after today. We are sharing our Christmas or holiday table settings today.


Welcome to the third annual 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop!

Stop by every day from December first through the twelfth for new ideas you can use to make your season brighter!

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They have all been busy as Elves creating, decorating, cooking and crafting tons of new ideas for you to try this holiday season!
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I wanted to create a dreamy, neutral table setting. I think I accomplished what I set out to do but you can let me know what you think!

Winter White Holiday Table

I started with a table runner that has little tan trees on it and then a wad of white tule.

I found a couple of cute tutorials I wanted to try for my table setting. One was these paper doily trees.


They are made with 3 paper doilies (large, medium, and small sizes), wooden skewers, and wooden beads, all of which I already had!

I drilled a hole the same size as the skewers into an old fence board and just stuck each tree in!


I also added these off-white honeycomb trees that I found at Pick Your Plum.


If you have never shopped at Pick Your Plum, they are a daily deal site and they have the cutest things from toys to home decor, craft supplies to clothes and shoes! I love them! Anyway, I don't think these trees are available anymore, that deal has ended 😞


The second tutorial I wanted to try was for these adorable paper table favors.

I cut some pieces from a roll of plain kraft paper, folded them in half, and drew a large star on them.


Then I used my sewing machine and stitched along the lines. I left enough open to stuff it with a little present (I can't tell you what's inside because they are for my mom, dad, and daughter on Christmas and my mom (and sometimes my dad) reads my blog! 😉


Then you finish stitching  around the star and cut it out!


I used the end of a pencil dipped in white paint to make polka dots on them. Then I stamped M, D, and S on 3 tags (M for Mom, D for Dad, and S for Sydney) and tied them on with white cotton twine.


I added some battery operated Christmas lights under the tule and my brass deer.



Some little glittery metal snowflake ornaments are scattered here and there.







And then I decided to add my brass candlesticks with white candles.





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You might like last years table too! A Putz House Table Centerpiece.




Be sure to visit our fellow 12 Days of Christmas Bloggers below for even more creative ideas this holiday season!
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12 comments

  1. Very pretty. I love the stars you made.

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  2. I love these stars! What a great idea. I'm off to cut and sew some myself. Thanks for all the good ideas. (...and I love your table setting--beautiful.)

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  3. Thanks Vikki!! I hope they turn out for you!!

    Tania

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  4. Very pretty and creative! The stars are too cool to ruin by opening! And i love the doily trees!

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  5. Honey you NAILED this!!! I am going pin-crazy on this! LOVE Pick you Plum -- it's addicting. The stars - SO SO cute and the tulle on the runner -- it's definitely dreamy and the prettiest table setting I've seen!

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  6. Well if you want the present that's inside you kinda have to open them!! lol!

    Tania

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  7. Blowing Away Out WestTuesday, December 12, 2017

    I can't believe how elegant you made paper accessories look. Great table and great ideas!

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  8. This tablescape is so well down, I think its wonderful how you made you table look so nice using paper accessories. Beautiful job.

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