Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Merry Christ~mas Table Setting 2011...

Welcome to our home. Today I put together our little Christmas table setting for Christmas dinner. Every year I make potato pancakes, ham with apple sauce and sour cream topping. It has been a tradition in our home for the last 18 years. My Gramma and mother have made it ever since I was a little girl.
I used my little white kitchen Christmas tree for the center, decorated with cute food/kitchen type ornaments. I love the colors from red to green to white to robin eggs blue, a touch of yellow and whimsy of course.
Underneath the Christmas tree you will see there are a few boxes of candies....
I used Christmas recipe cards as place cards with our names on them.
There is a special place at the table for Jesus...
And a birthday candle which we will light and sing Happy Birthday, Christmas day.
Thank you for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed your time here.
Please do come back and visit. Have a wonderful time preparing for your Christmas festivities.
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  1. Oh my! Everything looks so lovely and the food sounds delish! I like how you used the recipe cards for place cards, great idea!!

    Have a very Merry Christmas!

  2. Everything looks so merry and bright Mica! I love it! Merry Christmas to you and your lovely family! xxoo

  3. Your table looks wonderful and cheery -- and a menu with a history is the best kind!

    Merry Christmas to you and your family!

  4. Can I please come to dinner at your house?! ;) It is amazingly welcoming and enchanting...I love the entire table setting and I love your blog header. What a creative soul you are. Merry Christmas!

  5. What a wonderful magical place! It would be so fun to sit at your table!!! Merry Christmas! Sandy

  6. That is amazing! It's like a fairyland table , I love it !
    Merry Christmas to you & your Family !

  7. What a great table!
    The food sounds so good, too!
    Merry Christmas!

  8. Merry Christmas to you guys
    I will call sometime during Christmas day.

    Are you cooking a big ham or is the tradition those little ham cubes we had with you one year. Which ever, sounds yumy !

    Love ya

  9. I love your table settings! And this one doesn't disappoint. I would love to come over for some latkes and sit at your sweet table. I don't know how anything but smiles and giggles could come from sharing a meal there.