Buffalo Check Christmas Tablescape from Hobby Lobby

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I am so excited to be decorating my dining room a little early this year for Christmas. There is nothing like pulling out my Christmas decor and turning on some Christmas music to get me in the holiday mood! 

I needed to decorate my farm table with a whole new centerpiece and theme. Of course, I went to my beloved Hobby Lobby and worked super hard to get the centerpiece all done for under $100! And I did!

(This blog post is sponsored by Hobby Lobby. All opinions are mine!) 

Plaid Table Runner Plaid Tablescape for Christmas | Magic Brush

I honestly think this is the pretties Christmas table I have ever had!  You can find these items in your local store or online HERE

 

Plaid Table Runner Plaid Tablescape for Christmas | Magic Brush

I started my tablescape by looking for one inspiration item that I loved. When I saw this plaid table runner I was a smitten kitten. I adore the buffalo check pattern!!!

So the runner was my inspiration and of course at Hobby Lobby, it was half off making it $10.

 

Reindeer Antlers Plaid Tablescape for Christmas | Magic Brush

This was the 2nd item I purchased. I mean seriously. It’s glittery, sparkly and with the beads I added…. a little comical.  I adore the Christmas deer head!!! It was $39.99 and half off as well. Love their 1/2 off sale!

 

 

Plaid Tablescape for Christmas | Magic Brush

Then I headed to the wreath and swag section and purchased a swag that had the same buffalo check fabric in it. Yes, I could have made the centerpiece with evergreen picks and ribbons and things, but if I can get a centerpiece half off, why would I??? It was half off of $49. 

 

Candles Centerpiece Plaid Tablescape for Christmas | Magic Brush

The last thing I purchased for the centerpiece were these 2 cute birch candleholders. I already had the candles and the upside down Santa basket from a garage sale. Score! One was $14.99 and the other $7.99 and both half off!

That brought my total to $65. 

 

Plaid Table Runner Plaid Tablescape for Christmas | Magic Brush

So to finish off my plaid tablescape … I purchased cream chargers and plaid plates!

 

Plaid Charter Plate Plaid Tablescape for Christmas | Magic Brush

 The cream chargers are lightweight and super cheap! The plates are real and were $9.99 each but half off.

 

Plaid Charger - Plaid Tablescape for Christmas | Magic Brush

And this. This is my favorite part of the whole table-setting. I purchased these cute sled tree ornaments from Hobby Lobby and used some cloth napkins just weaved thru the sled rails to use them as a napkin ring. So fun! Take a peak at Hobby Lobby’s ornaments here.

 

Plaid Tablescape for Christmas | Magic Brush

And viola! Ready for a winter wonderland! If you want to watch a Facebook video of me showing off the entire room, you can watch below:

Hope my buffalo check tablescape inspires your Christmas decor! I will tell you….. plaid and buffalo check and tartan are all so hot this season!

 

Blessings,
Jen

This is a sponsored conversation written by myself on behalf of Hobby Lobby. The opinions and text are all mine.

 

 

For more Christmas decorating ideas , look at my Joy to the World upcycled & painted pallet project. I also love to use these fabulous glittered ice skates in various ways each Christmas and winter!

 

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16 comments
  1. Sahvana
    Sahvana
    November 16, 2016 at 7:09 pm

    I am obsessed with Buffalo plaid or whatever it’s called! Very pretty! I was in hobby lobby the other day looking for the buffalo check ribbon and couldn’t find it though 🙁

  2. marsha
    marsha
    November 22, 2016 at 12:44 pm

    I am the biggest fan of red and black buffalo check. I really feel like I am in the “northwoods” when I see your lovely table. I purchased the same items from Hobby Lobby too. It makes a perfect winter tablescape that you can have up all season long. The detailed touches like the birch candleholders and the cute little sleighs are a great statement for a rustic, cabin feel. I was so excited to see such a cozy northwoods table that would fit in with a log home.

  3. Lee
    Lee
    November 22, 2016 at 6:20 pm

    Love the buffalo check decor. Just did a tree in a buffalo check pot. Hobby Lobby has a great selection always.

  4. Abbey
    Abbey
    November 22, 2016 at 6:21 pm

    Where is the table from? It’s beautiful!!!

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    November 29, 2016 at 4:41 pm

    […] amazing wreath from Hobby Lobby to go around the deer. I love that the ribbon on the wreath matches the buffalo check dining room that I just finished for Hobby Lobby as well! The wreath was the most expensive of my purchases but […]

  6. Harmonee
    Harmonee
    January 4, 2017 at 1:10 pm

    Where did you get your table? I love it!!!!!

  7. Kim~madeinaday
    Kim~madeinaday
    November 7, 2017 at 1:48 pm

    What a gorgeous table, I love all the red! Pinned & Sharingon FB! Thank you for sharing on Merry Monday! Hope to see ya next week!
    Kim

  8. Alycia Nichols
    Alycia Nichols
    November 10, 2017 at 8:25 am

    A) LOVE your dining room furniture!!! I mean, really…could it BE any cooler?!??!?!? If you wake up one morning and find it missing, I’m apologizing in advance for any inconvenience it might cause!???????????? Mercy me! B) I am hustling my hips straight on over to Hobby Lobby today to look for this little sleds. I was instantly drawn to them! Why didn’t I see those the other day when I was there? I’ll tell you why: I made the mistake of having my husband along for the shopping trip! He hovers. Who can concentrate when you have a hoverer? Seriously…shopping with your husband is like hunting with the game warden! I did see the plates and wanted to buy them, but censored myself. I’ll live vicariously through you on them! You’ve created a beautiful space in your dining room for the Christmas season. I hope you and all who pass through your doors enjoy it!

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