Welcome to the 119th Tablescape Thursday!
Part of the fun of Christmas is seeing the world through the eyes of a child. Tonight, you and I get to be a kid again. How about a snowball fight…or a ride in a sleigh?
This table setting features several of the pretty Dept. 56 churches.
I grouped them all around a Christmas tree. This table wouldn’t be especially practical for a dinner gathering since the tree would block the view and the snow would be in the way. But this may give you and idea for a centerpiece on a sideboard or a table where folks will not be eating.
A snowball fight…
The snow looks pretty real, doesn’t it?
The lighting of the little churches makes this table feel magical…
Salad plates are Villeroy & Boch…
Stemware is Spode Holiday…
Merry Christmas! (Last year’s Dept. 56 Tablescape can be found here: Table Setting With Department 56 Lit Houses.)
Chargers: Hobby Lobby, last year
Dinner Plate: Lenox, Butler’s Pantry Gourmet, 2-3 years ago
Salad/Dessert Plates: Provided by Villeroy and Boch, from their current Toys Delight and Toys Fantasy lines
Stemware: Spode, Marshalls, last year
Flatware: Argent, I think, HomeGoods, last year
Napkin Sheaths: Pier 1, this year
Napkins: Martha Stewart Brand from Macy’s, last year
Napkin Rings: Bed, Bath and Beyond, I think…years ago
Snow: Big Lots, this year
Tree Centerpiece: HomeGoods, this year
Dept. 56 Churches and figures: All were purchased 12-15 years ago
Looking forward to viewing your beautiful tablescapes!
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