Hello Dear Friends!
Where has the time gone?!
I cannot believe that Christmas is
truly just around the corner.
Have I finished shopping or finalized
Christmas dinner? … The answer is No.
Today is another special Monday, as
it is Monday Morning Blooms.
Lidy, Mary, Pam and I are happy to present
more Christmas flower inspiration.
The links to the posts are at the
bottom of this post under their
Today, I present to you,
The Breakfast Room Christmas Table
It was time to set the
Breakfast Room table for Christmas.
I wanted to keep it fun, so I am
using my “Twas the Night before Christmas”
dinnerware designed by Susan Winget.
In trying to keep the table “fun”
here is what I decided to do:
Use candy canes!
I did the vase in a vase procedure.
I placed 35 candy canes in the space
between the vases.
The flowers were then placed in
the inner vase.
Note: Keep the wrapping on the
candy canes should any water
splash on the canes, the canes won’t
stick or the stripes won’t “run.”
“Twas the Night before Christmas when all through the house”
“Not a creature was stirring . . not even a mouse”
“The stockings were hung by the chimney with care”
“In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there”
I purchased this dinnerware about
30 years ago during a trip to Virginia
and visited a large pottery discount store.
This is a set of 12 that has the entire
“Night Before Christmas” poem.
To add to the fun,
I placed my Hallmark Santa and his reindeer
that I purchased way more years ago than I
want to admit.
The flowers that I had chosen are:
Red and White Carnations
Green and White Mums
Evergreens and Baby’s Breath for filler.
The extra candy canes placed
on the table to use rather than
sugar in your coffee.
A peek of the Carolers on the hutch.
Having one of the Christmas trees
next to the Breakfast area is wonderful.
I look forward to our Christmas breakfast
at this table. My breakfast menu is planned…
How about you?
Now it is time for you to visit my
flower loving friends, Mary, Lidy and Pam.
The links to their posts are below their
Mary ~ Home Is Where the Boat Is
Lidy ~ FrenchGardenHouse
Pam ~ Everyday Living
And Me! ~ Housepitality Designs
I wish you all a very Merry Christmas!
I am planning on one more post before Christmas
of my Christmas home tour.
Have a very, very Merry and Bright Day!