Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Holiday Tablescapes Link Up!!!



I am in serious amazement of all of the beautiful mantels.  
You guys are awesome! 
(If you missed it, you can still link up!) 


Today I want you to show me your 
HOLIDAY TABLESCAPES!!!

a' la mode holiday dining room














(yes, the ENTIRE table decor came from HomeGoods!)
*All photos by Amber Beckham Photography*
Show me your holiday table decor!!!  I wanna see!!

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of a' la mode to link up!
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22 comments:

  1. Shell, it is gorgeous! I love the fun red and white runners! You did a beautiful job! It looks like you are all set for Christmas. I have a little bit more decorating to do.

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  2. Love your table...and entire room! The driftwood tree is so organic and unexpected, looks great with the red & white table runners. I need to make a run to HomeGoods - today!!

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  3. Gorgeous!! Love the runners, they are fab. Thanks for hosting :)

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  4. This gorgeous. Up until this weekend my table was the holding spot for all our extra Christmas stuff so my table still has a long way to go! Thanks for inspiration.

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  5. Beautiful! Love the red and white runners. Thanks for hosting a great link up party, can't wait to see some great tablescapes!

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  6. Thanks so much for hosting! Your table looks great & I love your curtains! I'm thinking those are new!

    I had trouble using your button. Maybe it's just me, since no one else has mentioned it, but I thought I should let you know! I still added a link back though!

    Wendy
    www.designedtodwell.blogspot.com

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  7. Your table is gorgeous; I especially like the draped beading on the pillars.

    Samara

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  8. Looks so pretty! Thanks for hosted! I also had trouble with the button but got it figured out.

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  9. Where did you get the driftwood tree? Love it! Your table looks fabulous! Love following your blog.

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  10. I know I saw that gorgeous wood tree @ TjMaxx!! I loved it! Almost bought it but then I thought I could make one...which I haven't yet. Still love it though! and your table looks great!

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  11. those table runners are awesome! i love your whole table too.

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  12. Your dining room is sooooo beautiful!

    Heather @ GreenWay Home

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  13. Your dining table is one of my favourites this year! I just found your blog last week and I'm so glad to join your linky party, thanks so much for hosting! Happy Holidays to you and your family :) xo Kirsty

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  14. love your holiday decor...but i'm even more in love with your year round furniture..gorgeous!

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  15. I'm crazy for those runners and that driftwood tree! Gorgeous table!

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  16. Okay, I know I'm supposed to be looking at the table, but I can't help but drool over your ceiling! It's all gorgeous. You're one talented lady!

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  17. I am new to your blog and just wanted to tell you that I love your table...I've gotta run to Home Goods now! haha!

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  18. Your home just took my breath away. I saw those candycand table runners and I literally gasped. So pretty. I became a follower and I'll be checking out the rest of your blog soon! Just fabulous! Merry Christmas!

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  19. I love your runners! The whole set up is amazing but my favorite part is the three candy cane runners by far. Those reindeer candle holders are a close second though! Thanks for hosting the linky, I'm your newest follower linking up with a BHG table-scape knock-off

    http://chickenscratchny.blogspot.com

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  20. This year,I am gonna make a sugar cube house as the table centerpiece. It's a fantastic take on the classic gingerbread house. To craft this charming home, simply glue sugar cubes onto a 7x7 foam board using royal icing. Leave room for a door and windows. Then bend a 10x10 foam piece in half to create a roof; adorn with white candies and marshmallows. Fill in any holes, and create snow drifts using royal icing.

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