I was looking back at some older Christmas photos and projects this weekend and realised there’s quite a few that aren’t listed on my tutorials page.
It’s funny how we sometimes forget about the decorating of previous years… or maybe all the Christmases have merged into one, but I had forgotten about our very pretty and ‘shabbilicious’ Christmas of a few years ago.
Now that I look back, I remember that the hydrangea bushes were full of blooms in pretty pinks and greens and they were the starting point of this casual, yet shabby Christmas tablescape.
A mix of fresh and silk pink flowers were added to the stretch of hydrangeas and fresh greens down the centre of the table. Fairly lights and faux patchwork Christmas ornaments were tucked in between the blooms.
Using a limited palette of fabrics in pastel pink and greens, all the DIY projects tied together nicely….
From the sweet little stamped tealight candles, to the faux patchwork stocking cutlery holder and hand stamped napkins.
Here’s the links to the DIY projects used in this pretty tablescape:
Faux Patchwork Ornaments,
I hope you enjoyed seeing this pretty ‘shabbilicious’ tablescape again… or maybe for the first time!
Don’t forget, there are lots of free DIY projects and tutorials on my TUTORIALS page.
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Happy Christmas crafting!
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