Welcome To My Winter Wonderland
I would love to share with you today my winter table scape. It is made up of a few different components, but hopefully I can break it all down for you so that, if you like it, you may be able to re-create it in you own home. I decided to use natural colors with the burlap and greenery, and silver only, to keep it semi monochromatic. I started off with the ivory table runner I picked up from Pottery Barn (similar here, I could not find it online, but they may have my exact one in stores still) and the darker brown burlap underneath is actually a 9" burlap ribbon form save-on-crafts.com (here). On top of that I placed a rustic wooden tray from Park Hill Collections, which is a wholesale website, but you can find similar trays here, here, and here and you can stain this one here yourself. On top of the tray I placed apothecary jars that I also found at save-on-crafts.com (here and here). I filled them with pine cones and cardboard ball ornaments form save-on-crafts.com (here and here), and rustic bells and silver trimmings from Hobby Lobby (here). Also on the tray I placed fresh greenery that I picked up from Lowes when we got our tree. they gave it to me fro free, and I used the trimmings in other areas of my house. i then put some pine cones, bells, and Christmas balls on top of the greenery. Around the tray I incorporated some antiqued mercury glass candle sticks and candles (4x4.5" and 4x8") from Pottery Barn (here). On one of the candle sticks I placed a mason jar from Michael's (similar here for small and here for large) with more Hobby Lobby greenery. I also placed more mason jars around the table with vanilla scented candles. On either end of the table I wrapped old wine bottles in jute cording (here) by just rubbing Elmer's glue on the bottle and slowly wrapping the twine from bottom to top. I then put greenery, also from Hobby Lobby, in them along with silver beaded and glitter accent pieces ( I could not find the greenery online, but it may still be in stores, any craft store should have some really). I then just scattered the remaining Christmas balls and pine cones to tie it all together. I hope you enjoy my winter table!