Monday, December 29, 2014

Farm Style New Years Tablescape On A Budget

Farm Style New Year's Tablescape
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

Auld Lang Syne sheet music.  

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!

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