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We don’t know about y’all, but now that Thanksgiving is over, we are in full-on Christmas decorating mode. I am in love with buffalo check this season and today I am excited to show you my buffalo check Christmas tablescape. In fact, the entire dining room has a buffalo check theme, which I’ll be sharing with you later this week, so stay tuned. Christmas really is our favorite time of the year and we can barely contain our excitement!
We are so happy to be teaming up with 7 other design bloggers to showcase Christmas tablescapes. Be sure to visit each design at the end of this post. A giant thank you to Kelyly from North Country Nest and Sabrina from Meet our Life for putting this group together.
I tend to keep things fairly simple in my decor and don’t like to clutter the dining room table with too much decor. I love how this turned out. The buffalo check really pops on the white table and I am loving the adorable little sled I found at HomeGoods.
Aren’t these buffalo check plates great? We found them on sale at Hobby Lobby, along with the placemat.
When I saw these card holders at Target, I had to get them. They are definitely so me with the mason jar and tiny Christmas tree. I then used chalkboard tag to use as the place card.
I love using tree trimmings to incorporate in my decor because it is free. It acts as the perfect accent to spruce up the place setting.
With just using red ornaments, jingle bells, birch log candle holders, and a small tree, the rustic sled is the perfect spot to hold these items to make this simple centerpiece.
I really love how this tablescape turned out and may be my favorite one yet! We can’t wait to host people throughout the season and the dining room is ready for guests. Be sure to visit the other bloggers with the links below to get more ideas for your own tablescape
Christmas Tablescape Blog Hop