Welcome to the 326th Tablescape Thursday!
How can it be December 11th already? Wow, this month is really flying by! I’m sharing a fun little Christmas table setting this week for Tablescape Thursday.
We’re in the breakfast room since it’s way too cold out for dining on the porch.
I’m still loving all things plaid so I chose tartan dishware for this week’s table. The tartan dinner plates are ironstone by Nikko. They don’t have a pattern name on back. I found them on eBay earlier in the fall. White chargers are from Horchow back in 2008. Update: Pattern name for the plaid dinner plates is: Tartan Plaid. Thanks Marlis for sharing that pattern name. 🙂
Santa plates are by Cosmos Gifts Corporation and they came from HomeGoods many years ago. They are probably appetizer or dessert plates but they are acting as salad plates for our table this week. Flatware is from Pier 1 a couple of years back.
Red goblets are by Mikasa and I think I found the snowflake wine glasses in Marshalls. They were either $1.99 or $2.99 per stem, forgotten which now.
I love Santa’s sweet face…would love to meet the person who created the original mold for these.
Napkins are Martha Stewart brand and came from Macy’s many years ago.
The Ho, Ho, Ho napkin rings are from A Classy Flea.
They seemed like a good choice for a table setting with Santa plates. 🙂
Centerpiece is composed of one of the mercury glass Christmas trees I’ve use so often in previous Christmas tablescapes. It’s surrounded with fresh magnolia leaves and nandina berries from the yard. My nandina bushes are loaded with berries this year. I just love decorating with the berries!
Are you all done with your Christmas shopping? I’m about 99% done…just a little bit more to go.
Looking forward to all the beautiful tablescapes posted for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!
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