Thursday, December 19, 2013

Santa baby! Christmas tablescape


I had given no thought to naming this tablescape until I went to write this post. It seems to fit since I used the santa hat chair covers (from Dollar Tree) and my Georgia santa as a centerpiece. What? You didn't know Santa was a Georgia fan?


Some years I'm really put off by red but this year I've used it in all of my decor and carried it out in this tablescape. I created the centerpiece with a couple of diy pedestal plates, ornaments, berry picks, faux greenery, and of course, UGA santa.



Red placemats, gold charges, white and red plates, red glasses, and some red leather jingle bell trimmed napkin rings that I found at the thrift store complete each place setting.

 
 


I placed a couple of more red and white ornaments along the table and called it done.
This year was all about simplicity, but with all this red, I didn't really need a lot of items.

You might also be interested in Christmas cloche or my Christmas swag.

Linking up to Tablescape Thursday and these fun parties:


4 comments:

  1. I love your red and white tablescape. The centerpiece on your DIY pedestal plates is perfect. How did you make the multilevel pedestal? I used a lot of red and white this year too. You can't miss on a Christmas table using red and white for sure. I wonder if Santa has an Ohio State outfit in his closet.

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    1. Hi Candy! I bet Santa does have an Ohio State outfit since he travels the world. I made the pedestal plates by gluing a clear plate to a candlestick. I have the smaller one just sitting on the larger one so I can take it apart and use them independently.

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  2. Fonda, this is SO cute! My godchildren would just love those felted Santa hats on the chairs! Love all your special touches!

    xo

    Sheila

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  3. It looks fantastic! I just love the little bells on the napkin rings!

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