Monday, November 22, 2010

Add A Little Jingle and Pop of Color to Your Stemware

Ribbon and bells are just a simple and frugal way to add a
sweet, festive jingle and pop of color to your dinner table.

Loop a jingle bell on a ribbon...solid, patterned, polk-a-dotted, shimmery,
satiny, or sophisticated...and tie it to your stemware with a simple bow.

I love that I caught a glimpse of the season's first snowfall in the background!

Voila!  Precious presentation for drinks.

Thanks B, J, and W for a fun and festive family evening
before heading to pack OCC shoeboxes!  Next time,

What are some other ways you dress your table for the holidays?

How about sharing some of the simple touches you add to 
your table settings to make your guests feel special?

Blessings to you,

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  1. Love the jingle bells. Cute idea. Spruces up the plain goblets.

  2. Very cute, elegant, and simple. I might have to try this for Christmas!

  3. What a cute idea! The more everyone drinks, the louder it gets! : )

  4. I love the idea. Thanks for sharing. ~Alana~

  5. Holly! This is a really cute idea!!! So simple yet makes a big statement! Thank you for your lovely comments on my blog! Also, I know your a crafty one so I think next week I am going to be starting my very own crafty link up party. I think on Wednesdays? Not sure but please consider linking up something of yours:) Have a lovely week and Happy Thanksgiving if I don't see you.


  6. that is so cute. And I have the same glasses! Fun

  7. Love this! I see snow in the background! XOXO

  8. what a simple yet perfect idea! Very cute!

  9. Thank you so much all! I am working on a bigger bank with a few bucks this year! We'll see how creative I can get!

    Here's to lots of jingles for you and your family this Christmas! Thanks for reading!


  10. Hi Holly! Just added a link to this post from my blog.

    Always love your ideas! XOXO

  11. What a cute idea! And so simple! Thanks for linking up for Friday Favorites last week! Hope to see you again this week!

  12. Cute! I have those same glasses. Thinking I will try that this year for something fun!

  13. These are great! Would love for you to visit me and link up to Made with Love Monday at Sew Chatty!

  14. Great post! I would love it if you would link this up to my Strut Your Stuff Party!

  15. Very cute! Isn't it amazing how ribbon can change just about anything?!? :) mercedes

  16. Good morning, Holly. Stopping by from Sew Chatty and Design It Chic. Love this simple, elegant idea-right up my "budget" alley. blessings on your day, sweetie!

  17. I'm so sorry to be visiting so late, but life is just beyond busy these days.

    What a wonderful idea! They truly put me in the mood. Thanks so much for being a part of Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

  18. This is really precious! So festive!
    You should come link this up to my weekly Thursday Making It With Allie Link Party! I think it would make a Fabulous addition!

  19. Very festive for the holiday's!

    Party and Entertaining Inspiration

  20. LOVE LOVE LOVE this idea!! I am blog hopping and found your blog. I'm a new follower! Would love for you to check out my blog and follow back!

  21. This is so cute! Tnx for the idea! I'm gonna be doing this with our little (pre) Christmas lunch on Monday. :D

  22. This is so cool and stunning! You're pretty clever! I think I'm gonna get some small Christmas balls and put them inside those glasses, they can make lovely Christmas table decorations this year in our dinner. What do you think? Thanks for the inspiration!


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