Oh, you say, this looks likes a Thanksgiving table. Yes, it is, but I very much like the wood mixed with candles and pumpkins and thought with a few changes it would convert nicely to a Christmas table.
For wood, mine is a candle mold, narrow but adequate enough to hold candles mixed with a variety of greenery and fun baubles. Best of all, the centerpiece is one created with things I have on hand as I promised not to spend any money this year for new accessories. I’m out of space to store another thing!
With the addition of a green bowl from who knows where but perfect for a taste of the roasted butternut squash soup that will begin the meal and a popper for a little surprise, the setting is complete.
I appreciate the table that inspired this one to meet Cuisine Kathleen’s annual challenge to recreate a holiday table from an admired image. Do check out the other clever and creative folks who have taken it on.
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