Rustic Christmas Table – home tour

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This is a little view of my rustic Christmas table setting.  I need a little guidance.  Should I do placemats? And bread plate or no bread plate?  My children think no on both and they think I am a little crazy for setting the table 3 weeks before the holidays.  It is a good thing we don’t use our dinning room for meals most of the time.  LOL  Not to mention that I make them help set the table.  We don’t use the good china and silverware often but I think it is important for them to know how to set a proper table, or well close to proper.

I made the table runner and chair covers as well as the deer plaques that I used for candle holders, napkin rings and as embellishments for the chair covers.  When I am decorating for a party I like to use the same motif in multiple ways.  It makes everything feel unified and a little more personalized.  To make the rustic Christmas chair covers you can visit this post.
To keep the rustic feel going I added real deer antlers that were shed in a field.  I also placed them on different furniture pieces in the room too.

There are more than 30 bloggers involved in this four week long link party, you are going to love seeing all their wonderful holiday ideas!

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Thanks for stopping by the home tour this week for the Christmas Link Up.

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Here’s the schedule for the next 4 weeks:

Week 1: Begins Friday November 27: Christmas Trees

Week 2: Friday December 4th: Home Tours

Week 3: Friday December 11th: Gifts

Week 4: Friday December 18th: Recipes and Food

I can’t wait to be inspired!

Here are the rules for the link!

Please link to a specific post on your blog, not your blog’s home page. You may link up to 3 posts per blog. Please leave a comment for your host, remember it’s a party!
Please be sure to visit a couple of blogs and leave comments.
No Etsy stores, giveaways or other link parties.
Please with a text link or party button to your host.
By submitting a link, you’re giving us permission and granting us the right to feature your project and photos on this blog, website and on social media. We will always give proper credit and a link back to your post.
Each week, a few of our favorites will be featured on our individual blogs. Features will also be pinned to our Christmas Link Up Pinterest Board for even more exposure!

 

My favorite entry into the link party is from Penny’s Vintage Home.  It is not a tree but it is a mantle that is amazing.  It reminds me of something you would see in a department store window.  The twinkling fairy lights under the pink gauzy material make my heart pitter patter.

Vintage shabby Chic Christmas Mantle

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