it is December 3rd and I’ve yet to post a picture about the Christmas décor you will find at Hodgepodge, so here goes . . . a little Hodgepodge Christmas, before it’s all gone!
We have a variety of decorative accessories to help you create a traditional table setting or a vignette for your sofa table. The vintage style “Merry Christmas” sign looks great on the table top, but will hang nicely on the wall, as well. (We also have a super-sized sign for your lawn or house.)
Here is our Christmas blessing Santos; she holds a glittered silver egg. This table combines soft greens with mercury glass, glitter silver bell garland and a few rustic touches, as well.
The snowy scene on our black and white transferware plates will carry your table settings through the winter. The simple wreath is a perennial favorite of ours—perfect for a place setting or as a decorative accent on the back of your dining chairs.
I’ve said it before, put “it” under a cloche and elevate “it” to place of special interest—doesn’t matter what “it” is!
These ceramic skates with a mercury glass finish are lovely on their own, but under glass they are truly special.
A touch of sparkle with the glass glitter “Noel.”
These mercury glass canisters are perfect for year ‘round use, but especially appreciated during the holidays. Incorporate them into a display of vintage ornaments and accents or put them to practical use storing pens and other desktop needs.
It wouldn’t be Christmas at Hodgepodge without a suitable amount of burlap! These burlap trees, matching wreaths and distressed iron finials add a touch of rustic elegance to this display.
Here is a pair of winter white owls—perfect for perching in a bookcase. I would put them on a stack of books and surround them with greenery.
This year we have an nice selection of tree toppers. Here’s my favorite, a paper cone adorned with a glitter bird on a nest and a “NOEL” banner.
I plan to post some pictures of our trees in the coming days, but first I need to google tips for photographing Christmas trees. (Tips provided here are more than welcome, as well!)
Thanks for your indulgence!