Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Fall to Christmas Floral Arrangement

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Who says all your Christmas decor has to be red and green?  It seems more and more people are using non traditional Christmas colors in our seasonal decor.  I just recently did this silk arrangement for a tablescape at my shop.  I'm not ready to take it down and because I do have other, more traditional table settings and decor throughout the shop I decided to see if I could make this work for Christmas.

I dug through some of my Christmas decor and found some floral picks containing a rusty colored, clear beaded pomegranate, red berries, gold leaves and pine tree sprigs.  I also found these picks of glittered gold strands with amber beads.  Floral sprays and picks can be purchased for about $1 a piece, and after Christmas at least 1/2 that amount.

To this arrangement below, I simply added the picks and floral sprays (about 10 total for this large arrangement)

I added amber lights under the sheer, scrunched up valance and now my centerpiece looks like this.  
 I got these amber colored lights on clearance last year.  I am always drawn to this color.

and here's a sneak peek at a traditional table I did at home with Masons Vista.  It just appeared in a local publication today!  Hooray!  I will show it all tomorrow night along with some great information on Masons.

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  1. Beautiful centerpiece Nancy! I love the rich jewel tones mixed with the elegant and warm! Happy Holidays

    Miss Bloomers

  2. Your centerpiece is just stunning. What a gorgeous table.

  3. That centerpiece is nothing short of gorgeous!!! Everything is so beautiful and elegant, a feast for the eyes!!

  4. Hi Nancy~ absolutely gorgeous! Your entire table is just beautiful~ :)

  5. WoW! I was smitten by that lovely centerpiece! Its so elegant and so I'm totally lost for words that would fit the wonderful view. Those table wares are unique i like them perfect for my poinsettia themed decorations. Love your blog!

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  6. Another "Wow" and a few more pictures to add to my idea file. Your tablscapes are ALWAYS soo beautiful!

  7. Hello Nancy,
    it is a wonderful winterly tablecape. Love all the glittering lights on the flowers, looks like frosted. And the warm colors make it very cozy and inviting.
    Greetings, Johanna

  8. Congrats on getting one of your lovely table settings featured Nancy! This one is very holiday festive and quite stunning. I like the amber lights too!

  9. Swoon, those are my colors, too. One of my wreaths is nothing but "fall" items. I don't know that I've ever seen amber lights - what a great find. Nancy, if you would like to link up this or even your giveaway to Fabric Fun Thursday, I'd love to have you. Hugs, Kim

  10. Oh that's so pretty Nancy,. I don't blame you for not wanting to take it down yet.

    Your table is lovely. I would feel very special and honored to be seated at a table decorated like this.

    Merry Christmas.

  11. Nancy the floral centerpiece is to die for! Also love the effect of lights. The red transferware is so timeless and beautiful. Joni

  12. Hi Nancy, Your table and transformations are beautiful! Love the first phot of the cranberry glass... stunning:-)
    Have a great weekend!

  13. What a beautiful centerpiece!!! Lovely! Also LOVE the red stemware on the "sneak peek" photos.


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