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Easy Place Cards & Christmas Tablescape

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Earlier this week I showed you our dining room furniture makeover and I was so excited with how it looked, that I decided I needed to go ahead and decorate it for Christmas. We aren’t hosting Thanksgiving this year, so I thought, “Why not?”

I don’t know about y’all, but when I’m decorating my home I typically just need one idea to get my vision going. In this case, it was the chalkboard gift tags I showed you last week from Target. I got, what I think, was a great idea for a unique and easy place card. Aren’t these adorable?

Place card Collage

Because of how the place cards looked, I wanted my Christmas tablescape to be rustic and simple.  I went to the fabric store and got this awesome gray plaid, which was 50% off (love it when that happens), and I used it as my tablecloth. This is a great tip when you don’t want to spend a fortune on finding the perfect tablecloth or honestly don’t want to take the time to sew one together.


Easy Place Card and Christmas Tablescape

Easy Place Card and Christmas Tablescape

Remember these gold chargers I showed you a few weeks ago from my Dollar Store finds?

Easy Place Card and Christmas Tablescape

These paper tags I also got from Target for only $1 were the perfect solution for a festive napkin ring…

Easy Place Card and Christmas Tablescape


Easy Place Card and Christmas Tablescape

I got these Christmas trees with a burlap base last year on clearance at Michael’s.

Easy Place Card and Christmas Tablescape

Easy Place Card and Christmas Tablescape


Rustic Christmas Tablescape

I really love how these easy place cards and Christmas tablescape turned out.  It’s honestly probably the favorite tablescape I’ve done so far. I think it nails the rustic and simple look I was trying to achieve and definitely adds some Christmas cheer!  Are you getting your ideas together for your Christmas tablescape?

Don’t forget Day 2 Of our DIY Christmas Ornament Hop. Click the links below to visit all of the fabulous bloggers and their handmade ornament projects!

Stacked Wood Christmas Ornament

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XO – Jenn


  1. So elegant and woodsy at the same time! You’re so good at creating a mood within a theme. Great job!

  2. Ladies! I love how simple and rustic this table setting is, just perfect. I need to hit the Target dollar bins before you two take everything!! 😉

  3. Look at all those pretty layers! Love the gray plaid you chose, it’s so moody! I love moody 🙂 great job lady, I can’t wait to see what you’re up to!

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