Tablescapes, Snowmen and Scarves

We don’t get a lot of snow in my Southern state

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So, it is up to me,  a snowy scene to create

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Even though I was only setting the table for 4, to keep things cozy and warm on the glass I used 4 more

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A big jolly snowman head and some cotton are perched in the center

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surrounded by snowman plates and glasses for the guests who enter

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My snowman centerpiece has peppermint ears, and a scarf tied in a Christmas bow

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he looks so happy on his cloud of snow!

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A sweater set warms a bottle of wine

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And the plates can’t wait to hold something divine

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Candy cane napkins* match his scarf and his ears

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and there are quite a few glasses on hand for cheers!

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Carrot sticks are in bowls for a little crunching

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Before it comes time for more serious munching!

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You will be surprised when you see where my snowman ends up next!

Note:  *I used a red and white napkin to create the “candy cane” or “scarf stripe” look and taped the underside to secure the end

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Snowman head/Blue Willow, a local gift shop

Snowman dinner plates/Home Goods

Hand painted Bloody Mary glasses, snowman wines and Christmas tree pitcher/ JMdesigns

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23 Responses to “Tablescapes, Snowmen and Scarves”
  1. Mary says:

    Jenna, Your creativity knows no bounds! Adorable snowman table~ I love his peppermint ears! Your scarf napkins…painted glasses… carrots…plates, too fun! It’s raining here, I wish it was snowy white flakes like your photo instead 🙂

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  2. omega57 says:

    Fun Fun Fun!! Linda

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  3. Very cute! Love the striped napkin fold and cute bottle sweater:@)

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  4. Liz Mackie says:

    Love the snowman. Thank you. Nice setting too.

    >________________________________ > From: the Painted Apron >To: lizzm@att.net >Sent: Wednesday, December 4, 2013 3:01 AM >Subject: [New post] Tablescapes, Snowmen and Scarves > > > > WordPress.com >the Painted Apron posted: “We don’t get a lot of snow in my Southern state So, it is up to me, a snowy scene to create Even though I was only setting the table for 4, to keep things cozy and warm on the glass I used 4 more A big jolly snowman head and some cot” >

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  5. Marigene says:

    Oh my goodness, what a cute table, Jenna. I love the way you used placemats all around the table. Cute napkin fold, too.

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  6. Dee says:

    That’s an amazing tablescape–so cute! I love how you created the snow in the center too! Dee 🙂

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  7. So cute, Jenna! I love those plates!

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  8. You are too cute! I always look forward to see what you do next.

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  9. Sarah says:

    What a fun post! Your creativity makes me smile with the darling details and clever rhyme. Love the cute snowman and themed plates. ‘-)

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  10. I love the cute snowman! A snowy scene is always cozy to me.

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  11. Kitty says:

    Oh Jenna, what a fun table and such a clever poem that you’ve shared with us. I love the snowman head and I think I know where it’ll end up next.

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  12. Joyce says:

    I love snowmen and collect them-just like you no snow here! You have created a darling tablescape!
    Jemma

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  13. Rosie says:

    Too, too cute!! I collect snowmen, and this tablescape is right up my alley!! And I love the candy cane napkin idea. Enjoy the season!! Rosie

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  14. lulu says:

    Jenna, I have such fun visiting your house and getting a feel for your wonderful creativity. You seem to do many things so well.

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  15. hollybertone says:

    Hi Jenna – Your tablescapes are always adorable and creative and I just love it! My favorite is the sweater cozy for the wine! Hugs, Holly

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  16. Kim says:

    Oh, Jenna, there is so much to talk about with this table! I’ll be using your extra place mat trick on my round kitchen table. I love that! Also, your snowman plates are awesome and fun! Mr. Snowman is adorable, and the wine bottle sweater fits the theme perfectly. I love it all – oh, napkins, too. 🙂 Thanks for the fun!

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  17. What a Holly Jolly table! Just right for the weather we are having here in my area right now. I am sure any guest will enjoy setting around your table. Love all the neat ideas.

    Cathy

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  18. Cute, Cute Cute! Great idea with layering the placemats.

    I love your jolly table.

    When I was teaching we had a snowman tree. I made the tree topper and they all made snowman ornaments. Wish I had a picture. It all started with one ornament I bought at a craft fair.

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  19. Bev says:

    Love this table. Those snowman plates are wonderful.

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  20. I love your snowman tablescape – so cute and festive! I wish I had your creative talents! Thanks for sharing on the Blog Hop Blitz and the Four Seasons Blog Hop!!

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  21. SUPER cool how you mimicked the red & white scarf!!!! What a great idea!!! If you would like some snowy weather, I’d be more than happy to send you EVERY bit of what we get here this winter! We got our first dose of it yesterday. It was only a dusting, but boy oh boy did it ever wreak havoc! As my husband said, “People gotta get their snow legs on for the year still!” 🙂

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