Poinsettia and Lace Christmas Tablescape

Recently I bought a new holiday planter with red poinsettia and vines in a small gold tub. I added a chocolate Santa and gold elements to give it height and placed it on my green Depression glass cake stand.  This is the inspiration for my table.








I got the white lace Christmas tablecloth from The Old Time Pottery in New Port Richey. They have incredible deals, and I always enjoy wandering the store to see all the latest items.






To the left side of the planter, I added a vintage ceramic sled with reindeer and a vintage forest green small bowl (Sandwich pattern) holding chocolate ornaments.








To the right of the planter, I added a green Depression glass candle holder.









The vintage plates are white with a green patterned rim and gold edge.
















In the center of each plate is a forest green bubble foot sherbet/champagne glass (Anchor Hocking 40’s, 50’s, 60’s). I put a chocolate ornament in each glass.








In the corner, I added a white ceramic Santa.








Love it at night.








Thanks for visiting. Wishing a blessed holiday season.














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I was raised in Tennessee but have lived in Florida for many years. Love my small home in the Tampa Bay area and its developing garden. My decorating style is eclectic - some vintage, some cottage, all with a modern flair. Pursuing a healthier lifestyle. Spent many years in social services but am happily retired.

23 thoughts to “Poinsettia and Lace Christmas Tablescape”

  1. Very nice vintage tablescape. The vintage plates are so pretty as is the table cloth. Whenever I get some sort of new to me vintage piece I always wonder what stories they could tell me.

    I enjoyed your post. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Your tablescape is beautiful and I love thee poinsettia too. Thank you for sharing at Dishing it and Digging it link party.

  3. I love the shade of green in the glass wear. The whole table has a classic vintage look that comes off beautifully. Great job. Plus chocolate on the table is always a bonus. Lol. Thanks for sharing at the Over the Moon Party. Come back next Sunday and share with us again.

  4. Carol, what a gorgeous and festive table! The depression glass adds a wonderful touch of green and ties it all together so beautifully! I never thought about using the chocolates as decor, but love the way that you incorporated the candy into the planter and in other spots on the table! I hope that everyone enjoyed their Christmas dinner!

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