Christmas 2011 Table Decorations

I apologize for the lateness of this post. The holidays really came so quickly and was hard to keep up. πŸ™‚ But better late than never right?

Using pretty straw/raffia filler from Micheals Crafts. We filled plastic ornaments with it.

Our little tree — just branches stuck into a french bucket filled with rocks. And our ornaments hung on the branches. πŸ™‚ Added to the table for a different look.

These cute little reindeer boxes. Were created with our Silhouette machine. We made one for every person coming to dinner added their name to it. Added treats inside of the box.
I filled a very large mason jar with red/white/green gumballs. The kids at the table LOVED this. Simply tied the jar with raffia

Everyone also had smaller mason/canning jars with lids and paper straws to drink their waters with. That was a hit with the family. Something other than paper cups.Β  I got my straws from Polk-a-dot Market πŸ™‚

Christmas can’t be complete with out a Poinsettia plant πŸ™‚

Our plates were purchased at Party City. We got the gold table cloth from there as well. We made matching belt buckle papers toΒ  use as napkin rings to wrap our forks in white napkins.

It wasn’t a super elaborate set up- but alot of fun things to look at and the family loved it. πŸ™‚

Hope you had a great Christmas Holiday!!


4 Responses to Christmas 2011 Table Decorations
  1. Samantha
    January 4, 2012 | 11:25 am

    I love it! Where did you get the little Mason jars? I always see people using the for drinks, but I never can find them!

  2. Sarah
    January 7, 2012 | 10:12 am

    Very fun! I would have love to have been a kid there!

  3. Amy
    January 12, 2012 | 11:19 am

    How did you get the snowflakes on the mason jar lids? I love the idea, but can’t figure out how you did it!

  4. Maria
    January 30, 2012 | 9:46 pm

    Made my way over from Tidymom via your Fishing Cupcakes post (I am throwing my son a Camping Party next month and that idea is perfect!!)…love your CHristmas table set up! Question: how did you punch holes in the lids of the mason jars for the straws? I am using the mason jars as well for the party and would love to leave the lids on the jars as well πŸ™‚

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