1. “Glad you’re here” by Making Lemonade. Image theirs.
As I have mentioned before on this blog, I am very sad that we don’t celebrate thanksgiving in Australia. This however gives me the opportunity to think thankfully at Christmas time.
Here are some simple ideas from around the blog world, that can be incorporated in your Christmas celebrations particularly in regards to the table.
Some are beautifully quirky, some ingenious, some worthy of a yearly repeat, some child friendly and some all of the above. Let me know if you get inspired and use some, it’s great to hear from you.
“The Giving Plate” by Adventures of an Orthodox Mom. Image from there.
“Conversation Plates” by Together Counts Blog. Idea and image sourced there.
DIY minimalistic cultery holder. Image and instructions from A Birds Leap.
A sock for your cutlery. Image from Pinterest.
Single place cards. Image from Pinterest.
Gold Spray painted animals (or possibly nativity characters) with paper luggage tags attached. Image from Style Me Pretty.
Another beautifully simple idea from Style Me Pretty. Image theirs.
Carnival Straws on Bottled drinks with tags. Source: Ruffled.
Would work just as well on green leaves. Image from Once wed.
Gratitude Rolls by Beauty and Bedlam. Image theirs.
SImple sensorial details. Image from Vintage House.
What I want for Christmas is thanksfulness! Source: The cottage at 341 south.
Kraft Paper table of thanks. Image from Art Bar Blog
Fruity Place markers. Image from Style Me Pretty.
THe Thankful Tree. Idea and image from Kids Activities Blog.
Or if you prefer pears….. This idea and image from The Knot.
Fairy Lights in jars. Image from Making Lemonade.
…. and if you just don’t know where to start because Finishing School wasn’t part of yours (or my) education…. Layouts. Source: daniellemj-workspace
Alternatively….. Image from Antiquaria Vintage.