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Christmas Tablescape

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I’ve been working on my Christmas tablescape.  You’ve probable seen several of my post about a couple of the items that I’ve used on the table.  Like the Christmas Floral Craft or the Gift Tag, well here’s the completed table.

Are you like me?  Everytime I get a new Pottery Barn catalog, I just drool all over every page!

(Via Pottery Barn)

When I’m looking for inspiration, I try to keep in mind what items I already have.

I already had the dessert glasses and poinsettias, I bought the short tapers from Hobby Lobby.  The table runner is from Pottery Barn, several years ago.

The salad plates are from Target (several years ago).  I use them every year.

I experimented with another one of my table runners, also from Pottery Barn.  I still don’t know which one I like best…maybe this one!

The candles lined up the middle of the table look great, I’m so glad I found that inspiration photo!  Can you see my roadside rescue candles in the background!  I love them!

Every salad plate is different, but they all look good with the casual white dinner plates.

I need to eat by candle light more often, love the glow!

Now for the big question, which runner would you use and which one copies PB the best?

Table of Contents

This one?

Or this one?

Copied from this PB Catalog:

How did I do with Debbie Doos Blogging and Blabbing Copy Cat Challenge?  Go over and check out everyone’s copy cat!

Sharing here:


Between Naps on The Porch

The Lettered Cottage

You’re Talking Too Much

No Minimalist Here

It’s Overflowing


My tablescape was featured here:

    41 thoughts on “Christmas Tablescape”

    1. Love this blog! I like the burlap runner…mainly because I just made one myself:) Also thrilled to see those plates – I have those from Target and keep llooking for more at goodwill. I had the white plates with the red rim that was sold with that series but somehow they all broke. Always love to see how something I have can be used! Also thanks for the comparison pics- I’m not good at taking a picture and coming up with my copycat version, but your pictures really let me see how you did it. Thanks!

    2. Fabulous copy cat challenge, I even like yours better because I’m in love with the salad plates, beautiful and difdferent! Thanks for sharing, I’m also at MM, but no copy cat except for the snowed mantel I copied from a Christmas store. Thanks for sharing. Have a terrific week. FABBY

    3. One dresses it up and the other down..more casual. BOTH equally pretty just
      different. And Yes, drooling over PB:) Always look forward to a catalog in the
      mail:) My favorite I think…is the candles and poinsettias:)

    4. Hi Debbie,

      Wow! Great job on the copy cat!Your table scape is very impressive. Both runners look good, but I do like the black/white one better.

      Sharon @ mrshinesclass

    5. This is great. Isn’t this such a fun challenge? Iremember when you did the magazine cover refresh /restyle and I was blown away by it. Here you go with another fun creation! I like the burlap runner best. Either way this is an awesome copy cat! Love the pointsettas in the glass dishes.

    6. You got that dead on, Debbie! I love that centerpiece going down the length of the table! What’s also great is that it’s low enough that you can see over it and small enough that maybe you can leave them on the table during your meal.

      visiting from the Copycat party! : )

    7. Oh, yes..I think we ALL are PB addicts..:)
      I am over from DebbieDoo’s….
      You did a magnificent copy of their table. Love your burlap runner so much.
      GOOD JOB.;)

    8. Hi lovely lady.
      This looks like a lot of Fun. You did a beautiful job being a copycat I also link both runners.
      I hope you are having a great weekend with your family.
      XXOO Diane

    9. Beautiful! I think the burlap copies PB the best because it’s neutral and has a more rustic feel. I love the burlap because it adds a more natural element to the table. You really can’t go wrong either way though!

    10. Okay…you were just having toooo much fun!!! I love the black & white fabric…it really makes the red pop! Great copycat job!

    11. Hi Debbie,
      I love the look of both, but I’m really loving the the flowers and candles down the center. Very striking!
      I’m soooo behind, but will take my time and enjoy things this week. : )
      Enjoy your day!

    12. You did an amazing job! I was actually contemplating this copy as well, but I chose a different one. I just love this party and all the creativity we will see today. I thank you for joining in. I think I may put my link up soon, I have a feeling there are some anxious peeps out there.


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