I’m joining my blogging friends for Monday Morning Blooms with giveaway
to help you ‘spruce up’ your home and deck the halls for the holidays!
My blogging friends will be sharing their beautiful homes with a special giveaway too,
so look for their links and giveaway details at the bottom of this post.
I set a table by the twinkling lights of the tree for some Merry Christmas nesting!
A tartan throw provides a foundation for the table as a tablecloth, adding a warm and cozy plaid layer. . .
Twig flatware and tree slice chargers add a woodland note.
Cypress, juniper, boxwood and magnolia leaves clipped from the trees and shrubs
provide a natural evergreen runner, sprinkled down the center of the table.
Pine cones add texture and contrast and Nandina berries and ornaments
add a cheery pop of seasonal red color.
Watching the birds at the feeders in the winter months brings me great joy
and I love celebrating the season with bird ornaments!
Bird ornaments flew in to flock at the table. . .
And to light on the evergreen runner as well as perch on napkin rings.
A Woodland Birch Centerpiece, courtesy of Lynch Creek Farm,
provides a vessel for some merry nesting at the table!
The Woodland Birch Centerpiece comes with a birch pillar LED candle for a soft, flickering glow.
The pillar is encircled by a ring of fresh noble fir, incense cedar, and white pine. Pine cones, red ball ornaments and red burlap bows add interest to create this woodsy, birch Christmas centerpiece for the holidays.
I placed the centerpiece in a wood bowl and added a Cardinal ornament, along
with a couple of ball ornaments with a pine cone design,for an additional pop of red.
Lynch Creek Farm is a small family owned company, dedicated to producing sustainable evergreen products, procured from the forests in their backyard of the great Pacific Northwest. Evergreen boughs are cultivated by trimming the lower branches of younger, coniferous trees in healthy and robustly forested areas, along the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. Once a tree matures to 15 – 20 years in age, it is no longer trimmed, prolonging the lifespan of the woodlands, ensuring they will continue to grow and thrive for decades to come.
Treat your centerpieces as you would a potted plant:
After receiving your centerpiece, add 1/2 cup of water to the center of the oasis foam. Mist with water and add another 1/2 cup water every 2-3 days to bring out the fragrance. Place your centerpiece in a cool location, out of direct sunlight. With proper care, your centerpiece should last at least 3 weeks.
Bird Plates / Certified International Holly and Ivy, Amazon
Woodland Berry Chargers / Williams-Sonoma
Twig Flatware / Pier 1
Goblets / Mikasa French Countryside
Tartan Plaid Throw / HomeGoods, several years ago
Bird ornaments / colllected over the years
Tree Slice Chargers / Bed, Bath & Beyond, several years ago
Napkins / Hobby Lobby & Pottery Barn
Napkin Rings / HomeGoods, several years ago
Now for the giveaway!
.Lynch Creek Farm has generously offered to give away a Woodland Birch Centerpiece to one of my readers!
To enter the giveaway:
1) Follow Lynch Creek Farm on their Facebook page.and let me know by comment.
2) Leave a comment telling me how far along you are decking the halls…finished, just starting, halfway there?
This giveaway is open to residents of the continental U.S.through midnight Wednesday, December 9th.
This giveaway has a short window for entry for product availability and to ensure the winner receives their centerpiece as soon as possible. Please be sure your email is correct in the comment section so that I can notify you.
For additional chances to win a centerpiece from Lynch Creek Farm, visit Pam,Shirley and Lidy!
THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED.
Pam at Everyday Living
Shirley at Housepitality Designs
Lidy at FrenchGardenHouse
Thank you to Lynch Creek Farm for providing my centerpiece and for sponsoring this giveaway.
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