My dishes are a fun pattern featuring dinner plates with snowflake, trees, a cabin ski's, a moose & a pine cone. The salad/bread plates feature the same items in a larger scale. All of these were placed on my snowflake place mats that have a silver thread running through them to make them shimmer.
In this picture you can see the little white metal shelf that sits in the corner. I love to change out the items on this. For this scene I had a beautiful bag left from Christmas that had glittery trees that just made it feel like snow was swirling. Since I just wasn't ready to put that away I decided to place it on the top shelf. Also, there is a cute tin with a snowman sitting on the shelf too. On
the wall (wear Santa was in a previous post) you can see my Thomas Kincade painting named "Sunday Evening Snow Ride". My husband & I were very lucky to have found this retired picture on a trip to San Antonio. I just love to move my art around to suit the season. I will tell you that this sometimes causes a lot of stress for my honey. He loves the seasonal decorating & humors me but, moving the art... that is serious stuff in his book. :)
Also in the previous Tablescape post I had red beaded covers on the light fixture for Christmas. That wouldn't do for this so off the red went & I found some pretty white ones. I added the crystal snowflakes along with the crystal's that always are on this fixture. I liked the result.
These cute little snow guys & the bucket of snowballs are just hanging out on the table with some flakes! This is the largest snow guy dressed in blue.
And his goofy friend in green!
And the tiny guy is my favorite. All covered in glitter. I thought I had better enjoy the snowy scape before it is time to pack them up as we all know that Valentines Day is right around the corner!
This is a little bit closer view of my picture. Don't you just love the lights of the town that twinkle in the valley. And wouldn't it be charming to be riding in a sleigh warm under the blankets & snuggled with the love of our life as we watch the snow sparkle like diamonds in the moonlight. And yet, seeing the church being reminded of the warmth of our Fathers love casting its golden glow into our hearts just as the light of the church is cast on the snow.