Table Settings to Sparkle Home Party this Christmas!

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Christmas eve is one of the few holidays when the whole family gathers around the table. You yourself can create the Christmas spirit! If you decide to surprise your friends and family you can borrow the ideas given below.

Nothing is more important on Christmas evening than the tablescape. That’s why we are offering inspiration you to pick out your own design, whether you prefer a traditional spread or one that’s totally modern!

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01. Sparkling Pinecones:

You can dress up a simple place setting with a pinecone and name tag cut from scrapbook paper and attached to a whitewashed pinecone studded with silver dragees. You can also place pinecone tree in the centre.

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02. Chair Swags:

You can cut the pieces of shiny or attractive fabric to tie into graceful loops on your chair backs!

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03. Cross-Stitch Your Napkins

You can bring a touch of modern-folk art to your table by simply stitching your napkin with different patterns which is  an adorable addition to your holiday dinner.

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04. Decorative Tray:

A fancy vintage silver tray becomes a standout centerpiece when dressed with glowing tea lights, fresh cedar branches, several glitzy ornaments, & a single pinecone!

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05. Sky-high Christmas Centrepiece:

A 3-tiered centrepiece combines with silver ornament balls, strands of jewellery, sparkling starfish, & holiday greenery by adding a creative &vintage touch to a cottage-style dining room.

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06. Colourful Balls of fun:

You can create a colourful centrepiece by simply filling a silver bowl with brightly coloured ornaments. Place the bowl on a cake stand & cover the extra space on the cake stand with holly & evergreens.

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07. Use Fresh Flowers

You can create your own customized flower composition by covering coffee cans with wrapping paper & embellishing them with ribbon.

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08. Focus on Your family

You can make family photos for your table centerpiece. Simply choose pics from Christmases past for a trip down memory lane & place two photos back-to-back on memo clips, so you’ll be able to see a picture no matter where you sit!

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09. Natural touches

You can bring the outdoors in with a woodsy, nature-inspired centrepiece by using decorative vine & ornament balls along with feathers, garland & white birds for a eye-catching table display!

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10. Bountiful bowl:

You can use fresh loose greens, large pinecones & red pears give a natural look.

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11. Sparkly candles:

You can add homemade sparkle to your candles

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12. Jingle Bells:

An oversized bells holds the personalized name cards for each guest.

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13. Rustic Elegance

You can treat your guests to the luxury of using different plates & bowls for each course. Serve the soup in a wooden bowls, followed with a salad on a delicate plate & finish with dinner on a square wooden plate. A crystal goblet adds a touch of classiness, but the wheat pattern ties in to the natural theme!

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14. Red Berries:

You can fill a bowl with red cranberries, and stick a single red rose in the center along with few evergreen sprigs provide an accent colour.

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15. Woodland table:

You can lay a foundation of live moss (which are available from florists or online) around a focal point, such as a gnarly log or a mound of stones. (The moss stays green for weeks, but it does shed. Lay a protective surface under it.). You can also scatter a real or faux acorns and pinecones.

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16. Lantern light:

You can surround your table with lanterns along with fresh greenery & pinecones for a classic, elegant centerpiece!

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17. Add deer:

You can create a pretty winter scene on a white plate covered with artificial snow & set a plate on a shallow bed of artificial pine twigs. Add tiny trees & deer statues or other animal figures for a woodland look.

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18. Wrapping paper trees:

You can trim the dining table with paper trees in a different colours & patterns. For the simplest tree, simply wrap paper around a foam cone.

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19. Game greeting:

Using Scrabble game tiles, spell out a seasonal message. Place on a platter and accent with ornaments, fresh greens, nuts, berries or ribbons.

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20. Christmas Song Lyric Table Runner:

This creative design is a brilliant DIY project which will bring some rustic charm to your dinner table!

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