Saturday, December 7, 2013

Greenery and creamers

My Christmas centerpiece for the dinning table was inspired by a blog and Pinterest.  Surprise.

I used a bowl of vintage and new ornaments.  Greenery in white creamers.  And scrunched it all together in the middle of the table.  

I saw the scrunched in the middle idea here at Cedar Hill Farmhouse.

I saw the idea of sprigs of greenery in a silver container here ~ At the Picket Fence.  I have an abundance of white creamers.  At one time, I thought I had to have every white creamer ever made.  I have gotten over it.  They sure are fun to use.  Now you have to be a very old creamer or very quirky to make it into the family.   And no, I'm not talking about Nickie or Dan.  Bwahaha!

The vintage balls in the bowl are great, because we have crawlers and little tiny walkers this year and I was afraid to place them on the tree.  Hadley has started walking and Layton can crawl everywhere and the tree should be fun this year.  I did place glass ornaments on the lower branches that are not my favorites.  A Lala's got to do what a Lala's got to do. 

I found the red and white cord on the site I have talked about before ... Pick you Plum.  

The lamb is gorgeous under the tree.  I have since given him/her a golden bow around his neck.  I found him/her at Wisteria.  She/he is cement so Hadly and Layton can push her/him as much as they want, the little lamb won't budge. Baaaaa.  

Up next, the tree!  And my favorite ornaments and a watering trick tip.


  1. Beautiful vignette with all the decorated creamers and the bowl with the C'mas balls...simply gorgeous! Have a lovely holiday season. I see the tree shining in the back too!

  2. It looks so pretty. You did a great job!

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  3. I love this, Lori, it's so pretty!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

  4. How pretty, Lori! Love the vintage ornaments. If we are still in Louisiana for Christmas, I will definitely have to dig out the the vintage tree and ornaments. Could be fun! The girls, of course, want to be in our own home for Christmas. Your table looks great!

  5. It is all beautiful!!! I cut fresh rosemary to make little bouquets. Fresh pine would smell more like Christmas. I need to buy some soon.....


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