Hi everyone! First, I want to say thank you to all of you who left comments last week in my marathon of posts! I am getting around to visit, although very slowly.
Today, I wanted to share a Christmas table with Mikasa "Italian Countryside" using a lot of the same elements from last week's table.
Mikasa "Italian Countryside" flatware and dinnerware combined with vintage Noritake "Perspective" glassware my mom gave me, and the Walmart woven chargers I stained with dark walnut stain.
My mom loves vintage glassware, and is an expert in collecting it. She has gifted me with several different patterns, but this Noritake "Perspective" is one of my favorite.
These are napkins I made, and I just tucked boxwood, cedar and holly into the napkin ring.
I kept the runner I made, the box filled with greenery, and the woven chargers from last week and changed everything else. I am always trying to make the most of what I have and stretch things as far as I can!
Thanks for stopping by this week!! I'm hoping to have some outdoor porch photos up tomorrow with some incredible wreaths my mom gave me so be sure to stop back by. I was hoping for snow in the photos, but this year has not been white!
In the meantime, we are still busy with Christmas musical programs at church and in the community. Luis and I will be playing again Monday night at a homeless veterans shelter, so we are looking forward to sharing with them. Thankful for opportunities to serve...
I'll be joining Susan's Tablescape Thursday.