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30 December, 2015

Fun and Easy Snowman Tablescape

♪ ♫ Do you want to build a snowman? ♫ ♪ Here, with the little grands in the house, we seem to find ourselves still ho-ho-ho-ing, so I have one last Christmas-y idea to share with you. However, with just a few color adjustments...more silver and blue, for could actually take this one right on through the winter months or even into a Frozen snowman tablescape!

It's simple, really...the same things that always go on a table, just arranged a little differently to suggest a snowman! First, I crisscrossed burlap tablerunners on the table. (I'll show you how I made them later.) A salad plate sits at the top of each dinner plate.

The fork and spoon serve as snowman arms. That's my Octette pewter flatware from Gorham... perfect for branches! Junior Mints and holiday-wrapped Hershey's Kisses are the eyes, mouth and buttons. A real carrot cut to fit serves as his nose. A snowflake ornament sits under each mug as a coaster.

I folded my tartan plaid napkins in an accordion pleat and tucked them under the edge of the plate as wind-blown scarves.

I found this fun stove-pipe hat at Hobby Lobby and added a fun burlap ribbon hatband and a holiday pick as trim. Next, I filled it with some snowy evergreens and berries.

And here he funny Frosty place setting! The little grands loved it! This will become a holiday tradition at my house for sure!

And just in case you want to know how to make the burlap "scarves" for the table, here's what you  will do:
  1. Start with enough burlap to cover your table with an overhang of about 12 inches on each end. Cut the burlap in half lengthwise, press in 1/2 inch and then fold over and press again. Top-stitch the fold, leaving about 7 inches open at each end. (Alternate no-sew method...finish the seam with iron-on seam tape.)
  2. Pull the cross fibers from each end until you reach the point where your top-stitching stops.
  3. Gather up about 6 of the strands at a time and tie a knot, adjusting the placement as you tie so that they will line up. sure to gather up the strands that are next to one another for an even look. 
  4. Repeat for the opposite end. Although this is not hard, it can be tedious, so put on one of your favorite movies or TV shows and tie away! :-)

 And just in case you are looking for another idea with a snowman theme, here's my DIY Sharpie easy way to add a little fun to an ordinary mug...and they make great gifts, too!

All this talk of snow has Baby Kitty checking out the window...but no sign of it here! It's been 75 degrees every day for about a week now...nice, but I'm one of those strange people who love the bring it on!

Remember to pin it! 

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  1. Adorable. Love to see this perky tablescape while in the duldrums of after-Christmas blandness.

  2. ADORABLE!!!! I have a snowman themed table in my head right now too. I am anxious for when my granddaughter will be old enough to enjoy these things. I sure dID Pin this, so cute!!!! Happy new year to you and your family!!!!

  3. Sweet! EnJOY the snow :-)
    Linda at Beautiful Ideas


  4. What a wonderful idea!! I have a snowman collection in my hutch every Christmas and this table would coordinate perfectly. I will DEFINITELY be doing this next year. Thank you for coming up with such a creative and delightful winter tablescape! Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

  5. What a fun and creative idea for a winter tablescape! Love that pretty red burlap table runner :) Happy New Year! Hugs, Poppy

  6. Debbie...this is so adorable, creative and fun!.....I just did a snowman table for my granddaughter and her besties....for a post Christmas, pre New Year's luncheon...will keep this in mind for next year!...Happy New Year!!!

  7. How precious, Debbie! I'm also one of the strange ones....lived in New England 50 yrs before moving to Fl. I miss the snow!

  8. I really love this tablescape, it is adorable. Know kids would be crazy about this, as well as
    adults. Very clever idea, and love the top hat with the Christmas arrangement. I would give this
    a 10........on a scale from 1-10..........truly.
    Blessings for a Happy New Year.

  9. How darling Debbie! I just adore this.

  10. Debbie, This is just too cute! My daughter along with SIL and grands are hosting our family Christmas this weekend. Everyone is back from the inlaw's. I am sending this to her for inspiration. Think she will love it too. Happy New Year!. Linda

  11. Your snowman tablescape is gorgeous and fun! I love snowmen and almost every year I send various Christmas cards with snowmen on them. You can use this through March!

  12. Very cute! I'm glad you spotlighted this at The Scoop this week. My girls would have a blast at the table with this arrangement. Pinned!

  13. Wow! That is so amazing. You girl, are creativity personified!


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