Hey friends! Today I’m sharing my Holiday tablescape for 2018. I’m doing a mercury glass theme throughout my home for the holiday season this year. I have to admit it – I love shiny things and I have a slight obsession with mercury glass!
My Holiday tablescape is part of the Christmas Tablescape Blog Hop hosted by Chloe at Celebrate & Decorate!
I’m joining 20+ other super-talented bloggers to bring you a beautiful and eclectic mix of Christmas tablescapes to inspire your best holiday tablescape ever! It’s going on all week with a few new tablescapes added each day. You can check out all the tablescapes through the links at the end of the post!
Now on to my holiday tablescape!
It all started when I found
I’ve collected mercury glass ornaments over the years, but I’ve never noticed any other types of Christmas decorations made out of mercury glass until this year – they’re all over the place!
I buy all of my mercury glass ornaments on Amazon. They have the best prices I’ve found so far (excluding sales).
I used some of my mercury glass ornaments in my tablescape centerpiece to complement the trees. I also used pine cones that I spray painted silver in the centerpiece and on top of my plates.
The silver star and bead garland is also from Hobby Lobby.
The greenery is a fresh cedar garland that I got from Lowe’s. Some of my blogger friends get their fresh garland from Costco, but they don’t seem to carry it here in our area.
Yay for white plates! I love Christmas themed plates, but I haven’t found any at flea markets as of yet. Holiday themed plates is just something I can’t bring myself to spend big money on at the stores when I’m only going to bring them out once a year. But I’m going to watch the sales after Christmas this year!
Aren’t those crochet napkins the bomb? I got them on Amazon too. What would we do without Hobby Lobby and Amazon (besides saving a lot of money)? 😉
I decorated my hutch with more cedar garland and flameless candles.
Pine cone soup anyone? 🙂
I recently painted my chandelier, and I really like how it looks decorated up with cedar garland and mercury glass ornaments.
I made up a vintage wine bottle display on my wine bar. I love the wine cork fairy lights! They sure beat the heck out of having to cut into the wine bottle to put the lights in.
That’s it for me! Please be sure to check out all the tablescapes in the blog hop through the links below!
Thanks for stopping by to check out my tablescape! Happy Holidays!