These beautiful white houses became the inspiration for my Christmas village tablescape.
Welcome to the Christmas Festival Blog Tour hosted by our friend Kendra of Joy in our Home. Each day this week has highlighted a different part of the home and it has been amazing! Today is the final stop and it’s all about tablescapes. I can’t wait to share all of the details of my Christmas Village Tablescape. If you arrived here from Jen’s beautiful blog and Denim and Burlap Christmas Tablescape of Noting Grace, welcome! I’m so glad you’re here!
Over the past several years I have gathered a collection of white houses that I use in my Christmas decor. Some houses have been small DIY projects such as painted craft houses, others were clearance sale purchases and then this year I added Target Dollar Spot purchases. When I had them all set out together I thought that they would make a pretty and unique Christmas village tablescape.
The Brass Ring
These adorable vintage brass fawn napkin rings were a thrift store score this summer. All four were purchased for just $1.00. After a quick internet search I discovered that an identical set was being sold for $40.00! Yay me!
The Hearth and Hand lantern came in handy as a cute snow village centerpiece. I added faux snow, a handmade church ornament, mini trees and battery candles.
The houses were added off-centered in the middle of the table for the village atmosphere.
Small silver ornaments were strewn about the table to add some sparkle and shine.
Oh, another great deal was my tablecloth! A clearance find at HomeGoods at just $7.00. There’s just enough gold shimmer in the thread to make it holiday-ish without being glitzy.
Flocked alpine trees on the table add height and interest.
Even though there is a lot of decor on the table, it isn’t too crowded. We love how it looks and may do a winter version!
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Click all of the links below to see what you missed this week!
Mantels on Monday
Vignettes on Tuesday
Recipes on Wednesday
Front Porches on Thursday
Tablescapes on Friday