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A minimal Christmas or winter tablescape using natural elements and budget friendly items



Happy holidays, sweet friends! I'm so excited to be participating in the Christmas Festival Blog Hop hosted by my talented friend Kendra from Joy In Our Home! Kendra was one of my very first blogging friends years ago - we used to host a link party together and participated in the Monthly DIY Challenge together. She is the kindest person and has such charming farmhouse decor! I was so excited when she asked me to join in the fun this holiday season! She's rounded up 25 creative bloggers to share their inspiring Christmas ideas! If you've been following along the tour and are stopping by from yesterday's beautiful mantel at Red Brick on the Lake, welcome!! Today, I'm sharing my minimal, natural tablescape in our new breakfast nook!
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