Whether or not you’re of the variety that likes to decorate for the holidays earlier rather than later, at some point you’ll be putting up a tree and decking your halls. My family definitely likes to decorate early, so I’ve already been coming up with ideas for our Christmas tablescape and other fun additions to our normal festive pieces.
The trick to creating a Handmade Holiday tablescape is to mix items that you’ve crafted on your own with gorgeous pre-made pieces to really make your decor pop. Because I stuck with a singular color scheme across all of the decor, everything ties together beautifully.
I knew I wanted to use gold chargers to bring out the gold tones from the ornaments I was using, but I needed an extra pop of plum to really make it stand out. I used my Cricut Explore to cut large lace circles from card stock and placed them on top of each charger. If you have kiddos that want to get involved, my daughter had a great time helping weed out all of the tiny negative space pieces from these lace circles.
The amazing California Baby Redwood lighted garland from Balsam Hill makes a great base for the decor part of the tablescape. It’s actually 10 feet long, but I folded it in half so that it had a heartier feel to it.
The glitter and bling on the ornaments, the velvety texture of the poinsettias, and the double-sided awesomeness that is the poster board is amazing and makes my heart happy and combine together for one glam centerpiece.
To top off the tablescape, I hung a few more of my favorite ornaments from our chandelier for some extra visual interest for my guests. Fishing line blends in to the background to make the ornaments the showpiece.
I am in love with how my DIY Glam Christmas Tablescape used a non-traditional color scheme, but turned out just as festive and stunning as I had hoped.Pin It