I have a thing for little, country churches.
Wood clapboards and black shutters and tall steeples.
I have a whole Pinterest Board dedicated to these reverent
buildings, especially ones coated in snow with fresh
greenery wreaths on the doors with bright, red bows.
You know the ones.
You may even attend one of these very churches.
I have a little miniature version of one of these churches.
I wanted to recreate the same country setting.
Here is my miniature version of a
Little Country Church in the Woods Christmas Centerpiece
I found this vintage, enamelware pot at my parent’s house.
After some light begging, my Mama let me “borrow” it.
I knew it would be perfect for what I had in mind.
After potting three miniature cedars, I nestled my
little, wooden church in a bed of snow.
I couldn’t resist adding a tiny wreath to the front door.
Smaller and various sizes of bottle-brush trees line the sides…
A few tiny, red balls add some color.
On each side, I placed two turned-wood candleholders which
hold these amazing Mason Jar Candles with a deer silhouette.
A ring for red berries adds another country touch.
Red berries makes everything more “Christmas-y.”
Finally – a heavy coating of snow in the trees creates
the perfect setting.
The centerpiece is placed on a red French-striped runner.
I love this little Church in the Woods Centerpiece, especially
when the Deer Sihouette candles are on and the lights of the
Colorful and Whimsical Christmas Tree
are twinkling in the background…
Thanks for letting me share my
Little Church in the Woods Christmas Centerpiece
I would love for you to pin these images to your
favorite Pinterest Boards.
I am taking part in two tours today.
The first is a smaller one hosted by Pam at
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to check out these amazing “Merry Little” projects and tours.
First up is…
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of blogs and inspirational projects…
It’s a Christmas Decorating Party hosted by
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and searching for #HomeForChristmas.
Have fun with these projects, I can’t wait to start visiting.
Thank you for spending a few
minutes of your day here with me.
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