Christmas table decorations
Even if you're only hosting your immediate family for Christmas this year, creating gorgeous holiday table centerpieces is one guaranteed way to get you in the merry spirit. This year, Ree Drummond released a beautiful set of The Pioneer Woman holiday dinnerware that features her trademark florals and polka dots in seasonal designs. Pair these plates with some creative DIY table decorations, and your dining room will look Christmas dinner-ready. These tips will inspire you to go all out with place cards, a pretty runner, fancy napkins, and any other rustic holiday decorations.
Although Christmas might look a little different this year—perhaps you’re celebrating at home with your family or holding a socially distanced dinner outdoors with those closest to you—it still calls for a beautiful table. This is where your DIY skills come in, with handmade decorations that are sure to wow everyone at the table. Think: tiny trees, table garlands, keepsake placemats, tablescape ideas, and mini DIY Christmas wreaths that will make the room sparkle and shine. The only thing that will make these DIY holiday table decorations even more impressive is when all the delicious dishes are set out and your dining room looks more festive than ever!
For holiday table décor that’s simple and beautiful, look to this stunning DIY pomegranate tablescape. Pair it with Pomegranate Sparklers to make your spread really shine.
For a Christmas table inspired by your wintry surroundings, craft this DIY garland. It’s a basic Christmas garland that’s been made over with pine cones and winter greens.
For a step beyond standard placemats, make this fabric option using plaid and red-stitched ribbon. Finish the look with classic red-and-green place settings
These luminaries can be made in five minutes with items from your kitchen. Drop fresh cranberries, cedar sprigs, and a tea light into a jar, and you'll have table décor that looks natural and timeless.
You won’t have to get out a sewing machine to make these plaid placemats. They’re made using spray adhesive, plaid fabric, and a plate charger that you can cut around to make circular shapes.
After making some Sourdough Cranberry Orange Rolls, make this dried orange garland with leftover slices. It looks perfect on a table, but you can also use it to decorate mantels and windows.
Between the real and faux greenery, bright red ornaments, and matching red taper candles, this festive tablescape simply screams Christmas in the best way possible.
DIY Place Settings
For an easy-to-make place setting, fill clear ornaments with fake snow, add a ribbon and a name tag, and punctuate the whole look with a plaid napkin.
Striped Table Runner
Although this blue and white striped table runner looks dainty and beautiful for a wintry Christmas table, it can easily be used year-round.
DIY Painted Rocks
The kids can help make these table decorations. Dot your holiday table with DIY painted rocks that feature holiday sayings and drawings.
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