Farm Style New Year's Tablescape
On A Buget!
On A Buget!
I have been using the same New Year's Tablescape for the last two years so this year I thought I would share my budget worthy table!
I had most of the items, plates, mason jars & tart molds but I went to the thrift shop and dollar store for the rest.
~ White Plates ~
I used my vintage ironstone but my Dollar tree has very nice white plates now with a beaded edge!
~ Lighting ~
Lots of Mason Jars filled with Epson Salt & Tealights
~ Napkin Rings ~
Vintage Tart Molds
~ Linens ~
Burlap Table Runner, Dollar Store Place mat & Tan Ticking
~ Wine Glasses ~
Thrift Shop But Dollar Tree Has Nice Ones Too!
Making the Party Hats & Horns!
Party Hats & Horns From The Dollar Store
These were super easy to do! The hats & horns can be any color but if you find a horn with a black mouth piece that is best! If not, I simply sprayed the end plastic mouth piece of horn with black spray paint!
Both the hat and horn were covered with vintage
Sheet Music Here To Save & Print.
I rolled the printed sheet music paper around the dollar store hat and hot glued to hold in place. I trimmed off the excess paper from the bottom edge around the hat.
Around the hat bottom, I used black crepe paper and silver tinsel, both found at my Dollar Tree.
The top of the hat is actually a black curly ribbon, I simply tucked in the hole at the top and hot glued.
The clock image I found free on line but I will share with you:)
I cut out a clock image and hot glued it to the front.
Clock Image Here To Save & Print:
The end of the horn I simply used hot glue to glue in some silver tinsel.
I made some Chalkboard prints and tied them to each chair.
A large brown bowl was filled with silver balls and that was my centerpiece.
I used an old galvanized bucket for my sparkling cider and wrapped the bottles with the same ticking and burlap.
This was simple, inexpensive and fun. Everyone loved it!
Have a Happy New Year!