Hello everyone,

I hope you are spending a beautiful December.This year I was bravas and I already have Christmas gifts under the tree, the shopping is done and the flu is coming to me 🙁  …. so I’m having fun with the Christmas table!Since my January kit has already arrived I have taken the opportunity to rearrange the things of December and I realized I had advanced a lot of material.

So I decided to combine business with pleasure and create some decorations that I will use for the traditional Christmas dinner with my husband and my little brother.

Here is the final result, I really like the combination of red and green and the lights that create a fairytale atmosphere in the dark.

Going into detail for the firm napkins with placeholder I used a strip of planner kit paper and a thickened post it, I added a diecuts and the name of the guest.

Very simple but impressive!

-> you can follow me on youtube for the video tutorial <-

I then decided to put on the table a small menu with the cardboard remained from the strips created for the napkin rings, inside I cut a piece of the note pad.For the written menu I used the alphas of last year.

You can also use this idea for the New Year’s Eve menu, adding a diecut as you see in the picture

From the decorations of the Christmas tree I had also advanced simple wooden wreaths.

It was enough to add some diecuts and balls of trimmings and here is a beautiful decoration for the table that the guests then brought home as a souvenir.

I really enjoyed creating something for the table with the leftovers of the kit, I usually only do some decoration for my desk or the craft room.I think I’ll do it again in the next few months for a few dinner with my husband or friends, especially for those passionate about cocoa daisy.

What do you think? Do you like this idea?

Leave me your opinion in the comments!

I wish you a beautiful Christmas full of love and serenity and a generous Santa Claus 😉

Be Creative,

Evy

 

 


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