Friday, December 13, 2013

John Deere Santa Table for One

Today's Table For One Santascape uses one of the two Farmer Santa's that we own:
Over view of the table

The inspiration Santa

The place setting

Flatware is "Everyday" by Reed & Barton - it's very heavy and serviceable

The salad plate is almost 9" across

The dinner plate is "Color Spectrum" yellow by Mikasa

Sorry, the picture looks slightly faded, but the charger is a bright Kelly green

We painted inexpensive glass ornaments using yellow Fusion spray paint and left the bottom of the tree in it's natural burlap wrap.

Pat and I walked into our favorite antique store and saw this wind mill (I have not idea what it is really called but I see them on farms all the time) - we knew that we had to have it

The table wouldn't be complete without the proverbial hay bale. (Everyone knows how much I love hay....I'm still finding it in the dining room from October's tablescape on our other blog. )

One last look
Where it came from:
Yellow Placemat - Bed, Bath, and Beyond
Green Charger - "Color Moods" by Cris d'Arques from Replacements
Yellow Dinner Plate - "Color Spectrum" by Mikasa from eBay
John Deere Salad Plate - by Gibson China from Replacements
Flatware - "Everyday" by Reed & Barton from Bed, Bath, and Beyond
Yellow Goblet - by Dansk from Replacements
Wine Glass - by Libby from Ross
Napkins - Pier 1
Napkin Ring - cut from PVC pipe and spray painted John Deere Green
Tree, Ornaments, and Hay - Michael's
John Deere Santa - Pierson's (our local Building Center)
John Deere Tractor - Nilsen's (local farm store)
Wind Mill - from Antiques & Old Things (local antique boutique)

We will be joining Cuisine Kathleen's "Let's Dish" this Wednesday:

And before I close - thank you everyone who has viewed our blog and shared our love of Christmas and Santa.

1 comment:

  1. This is so creative! I am behind but will catch up on the next few Santa's and put them on my FB page today!