Create this easy Christmas tables cape with inexpensive jingle bells, pomegranates, greenery, and of course, candlelight.
I have a fun little Christmas tablescape for you today with whimsical jingle bells as part of the Styled + Set tour hosted by Lory from Designthusiasm. If you are coming over from Shabbyfufu, welcome! I am so happy you are here.
This little tablescape is so easy to put together and such a fun way to entertain for the holidays. I used mostly things I had on hand, along with a package of bells I had picked up at Hobby Lobby on killer sale. The trick to being able to entertain easily and efficiently is to have a collection of neutrals to use as your table base- flatware, white plates, neutral napkins, etc.
To create this tablescape, I started with my DIY copper chargers (see tutorial HERE). I layered on my white dishes, flatware, and glasses. Then I layered on mini bread boards to add texture. On top of that, I added napkins, tied with a jingle bell.
For the centerpiece, I used my hurricane lantern with a single pillar candle and jingle bells poured around. I formed some greenery into a wreath and added pomegranates, candles, and some more candles.
I love how nostalgic bells can be at Christmastime. They are an unexpected but sweet element to add to a tablescape.
It feels warm and inviting without being fussy at all. The bells can be a fun and easy thing for kids to put together as well.
I added candlelight for a bit of extra ambiance. I love the way candles can always elevate a table.
Although, nothing compares to the ambiance of the Christmas tree. I love Christmastime so very much!
The next stop on the tour is Courtney’s beautiful home at French Country Cottage. Everything she does is so beautiful and I know you will love it.
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