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A Christmas Tablescape and Sweet Blessings

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I hope you’re enjoying the Christmas season. We had a great night tonight enjoying some of God’s sweetest blessings . . . family, friends, fire in the fireplace, and decorating cookies together. So thankful!

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Hope you’re creating great memories with family and friends this Christmas too.

When guests come for dinner, treat them to a beautiful table. Here’s my Christmas tablescape this year using items I already had on hand.


Sprigs from my hinoki cypress and boxwood are beautiful tucked into this napkin. Nature offers the greatest gifts.


This tablecloth is one of my favorites. I purchased this one at Target many years ago. Love pulling it out each year.


This faux pine is nestled on a white cake stand with a berry garland wrapped around its base. My hinoki is very small so I had to use artificial greenery in the centerpiece. Fresh is much better. Sprinkled a little fake snow around the edges for a wintery effect.

Here’s another idea for your tablescape. Buy a white fabric tablecloth to drape your table with. Have some fabric markers on hand when guests arrive for Christmas dinner. Have everyone sign and date the tablecloth. Maybe even write a little note. Each year, use the cloth adding more signatures. A great way to capture memories through the years.

Wishing you God’s sweetest blessings.

Happy Christmas!

Lisa ~


  1. Pilar says:

    Loved this, Lisa! Such a cute picture from the outside looking in! Merry Christmas to the Button family!! 🙂

  2. wavensongz says:

    Thank You for this Awesome Blog, you and your family have a Wonderful Holiday as well.


    My Dear Friend Lisa, may you be blessed with peace, love, joy and the abundances of the Lord’s fruits of prosperity this Christmas Season. We love you and appreciate you for all that you do in helping to build and promote the Kingdom of God here on this earth.

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