Tablescapes, Dining at the South Pole
We love to dine alfresco at the “South Pole,” weather permitting
There is nothing better than a little porch sitting
Snowflakes are a rarity here, so instead of flakes ❄️
We have flake plates!
Santas gather in their warm weather suits
These Santas wear flip flops, not shiny black boots
A vase full of candy cane lights centers this table for 2,
We love to eat outside and enjoy the view
Watching the stars fill the night
A special gold star in sight
Sometimes the centerpiece can be a feather boa Christmas tree
With bright colors and baubles, and things from the sea
It’s very merry and jolly
But there’s no touch of holly!
There in the corner, is a small table for Santa and me
Our centerpiece here is an old driftwood tree
With pillows and blankets we get very cozy
Nothing like Santa to keep things rosy!
We really enjoy our time by the sea
The days are relaxed and very carefree
Have yourself a beachy little Christmas, or wherever you like to be
And remember JOY can be found right under your
Thank you for visiting, it is my JOY to bring you warm wishes!
To take a peek inside the “South Pole” see Dear Santa, Please Bring a Sofa here
To visit the Holiday Home Tour at the North Pole, click here
snowflake plates, linens, beachy Christmas pillow, candy cane lights/Old Time Pottery
Santa beanie, red Christmas pillows/Target
white Santa plates/Mud Pie
Here’s a close up of the vase full of tiny candy cane lights. Crumpled red tissue covers the battery box tucked into the bottom of the vase
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