Punch Bowl & Christmas Bulbs

Have extra Christmas bulbs and your grandmother’s punch bowl? Let’s put them to use. Get grandma’s out of the attic, or find a vintage glass punch bowls, very popular in the 1950’s in a thrift shop. Here I have my mother’s punch bowl, and someone’s grandmothers. I also have very large glass ornaments, known as “witches balls”. My sons would give me one every Christmas. These balls are very special to me, and I wanted a new way to display them. Voila! I filled the punch bowl with them. I found some Lucite stars that light up, and added them to the mix. You can add the mini twinkle lights. For a centerpiece, I added a silver mirrored wreath. I tend to remove the wreath and keep it on

Copper vs. Gold for Holiday

Mix up your holiday décor, add copper tones. I was excited to see in Milan and Paris copper being used for interior decors. Last year on the markdown table, I picked up 10 different size ceramic copper Christmas trees. WOW! I’m sure I was thinking more is better. These would definitely work well on a large harvest table, but with my round table, I had to get creative. Didn’t realize how challenging it would be to select the RIGHT linen. If you have a wood table you may not need a linen. Best choice for me…..white. The contrast between the copper and white was what I was looking for. How many trees to use? Start with the theory; work in odd numbers. I’m going with 5, but using the small

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