I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas and holiday season! I had so much fun spending time with my family. My son was home for 2 days and he kept everything lively here at home. He and my middle daughter played a game of Twister Christmas night that had us all laughing until we cried. My kitchen floor became an impromptu race track for some remote controlled cars that my grandsons received. Although I do miss the laughter and fun we had Christmas day, it’s so nice to sit back and relax for a bit now.
For Christmas dinner, I set up the island in my kitchen for my grandsons. I wanted the setting to be playful and fun, but very simple. I wish I had thought to use a white tablecloth so it would have looked more “snowy”, but this was put together super quickly and I just didn’t think about it.
I thought these plates decorated with a merry snowman would be perfect for them.
Silverware was tucked inside a blue stocking.
White napkins were decorated with blue and white curling ribbon and a mitten ornament.
Snowflake goblets completed each place setting.
Greenery was decorated with red berries and blue and red ornaments for the centerpiece.
A snowman nutcracker took center stage.
Peppermint striped candles were placed at each end of the greenery.
Cute little snow people salt and pepper shakers were a thrift store find.
I love this little thrift store find! This roly poly snowman is a jam jar and his sole purpose in the setting was to look adorable!
My grandsons really enjoy having their own special “table” at Christmas and I had so much fun creating this one for them!
I’m joining Marty at A Stroll Thru Life for Table Top Tuesday. Hope to see you there!
Thanks for visiting!