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Inexpensive ways to get your

dining table Christmas-ready


Magazine Tree

We upcycled our old magazines and turned them into gorgeous Christmas trees. We based the setting on a White Christmas theme and used a mix of silver and copper tones over.

Watch how we did it!

Napkin Tree

Test your origami skills by transforming your plain napkins into Christmas trees. We used silver and ivory napkins for a cohesive setting.

Watch how we did it!


Arrange your candles as the centrepiece to create light and mood. Pick a complementary colour and experiment with various heights. Light them up and you’ll have a cosy and festive table setting.

Woody Blend

Fill any glass bowl or container with cinnamon sticks, pine cones, unshelled nuts. Mix in some faux cranberries and dried citrus slices as accents.


Pro tip: You can find these pieces at Daiso.

The Glasses

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Use your wine glasses as table toppers to create an elegant and classy look.


Champagne glasses work wonderful as snack holders. Fill them with cocktail nuts, chocolates, candies, anything festive and yummy!


Wine glasses make beautiful candle holders. You can place tea light candles in the glass, on a bed of sand. Alternatively, flip the glass upside down and place chunkier candles on top.

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