Even though I don't have grandchildren, at the holidays, my house becomes Grandma's house and everyone comes here. This year due to knee pain, I had to scale back some, but still managed to create a table for everyone to enjoy.
Placemats & napkins - Home Goods
Chargers - Michaels
Plaid plates - Pottery Barn
Gingerbread plates - Williams Sonoma
Flatware - Onieda Sheraton
Poinsettia glassware - Old Time Pottery
Star coasters - IkeaThe runner is another purchase from Anna's in Round Top. It is cut from a bolt of hand woven linen material for feed sacks.
Daisy's first Christmas was uneventful. She wasn't the least bit interested in the tree, but she loved the toys we hid for her.
Miss Daisy King's (not the dog :)), Five Flavored Pound Cake. I highly recommend it even if it did stick to the pan.
A few hours before our dinner meal, we found out 2 additional friends were attending so we added a small table at the end to accommodate. When my children walked in the door, they had brought another unexpected friend, so we actually ended up with twelve for dinner! I had to scurry to set another place at the table.
I had a busy, but wonderful Christmas. I am looking forward to clearing the table and getting ready for our annual New Year's Eve/Anniversary party over the weekend. Stayed tuned for more pictures. I hope everyone had a joyous Christmas.
Joining:You Can't Catch the Gingerbread Man!Tablescape Thursday