Monday, December 3, 2012

My Christmas Centerpiece

                                                            Hello everyone,
          I hope you had a good weekend. We enjoyed some family time but also a lovely candlelight advent service at a beautiful little country church.
   A few days ago I found this old mold at the thrift shop and I could see how charming it would look as a Christmas centerpiece ot even just hanging on the wall in the kitchen.
                                         You can tell I love it by all the photos I took of it.

                              This is my own mold that I have used for several years for Christmas puddings.

                     You will be seeing more of this as I did a tablescape for later this week.

             We are starting our December with mild temps and rain for a few days.Apparently the prediction is for a milder winter with lots of precipitation-some rain some snow.

Thank you for all your kind words on Our Christmas Bedroom and welcome to new followers and of course    I appreciate all my old ones too.

Enjoy your week!



Siret said...

Dear Carolyn,
your new old mold is really a jewel, perfect for your lovely decoration!
Best advent-wishes, Siret

Marie-Ange said...

Tout simplement délicieux !

Stephanie said...

What a stunning centerpiece! I love the way it looks and it's perfect for the Christmas season :) Thank you for sharing.


Cynthia said...

It's lovely! And, you've given me some inspiration for a little nook in our house. . .was stumped on what I wanted to use for decorating that area, but your use of the molds with candles gives me ideas. . .Thank you! The candelight Advent service must have been special.

Sylvia said...

Dear Carolyn,
Your creative centerpiece is perfect for Chrismas! I would love to thank you for your kind words on my blog! Wishing you an inspiring week!

Marilyn said...

Love it!

podso said...

Creative! Looks beautiful Carolyn and so does your bedroom for Christmas!

Pamela Gordon said...

This is really thinking outside of the box Carolyn. It is gorgeous! Can't wait to see your tablescape.

Sanna - My Blueberry House said...

Very pretty. Great idea Carolyn. I had a mold similar like yours, but I gave it away. Now I wish I hadn´t ;)

We had snow last week and about 10 cm is now lying on the ground. Temperature is about -10 C and it´s so beautiful outside right now, but I don´t like the cold.


Nicoletta De Cesare said...

bello il tuo centrotavola degno del Natale che sta arrivando .....grazie per l'idea ne prenderò spunto ciaooo

Fines-Cottage said...

It's sooo lovely!Best advent wishes, Renate

Lavender Cottage said...

A nice way to take a tired old mold and repurpose it.

Olive said...

The mold has charming patina but in your hands you make it into Christmas magic.

Jody and Stan said...

Love all your beautiful photos and your old mold from the thrift store looks perfect as a centerpiece!


Mogis Cottage said...

The decoration is such a good idea.
I love it so much in the old style.
Have a nice week, Tina

Janneke said...

O Carolyn, I think it such a nice idea to use old molds as centerpieces for candles and you are so good in making something beautiful of it.

Etteb said...

Centerpiece is very nice. :)

Cindy said...

Very pretty, Carolyn, I love the molds with the pretty candles in them.
We had rain for two days this week! Everything is very icy, because it's -13 today. Treacherous walking conditions!
Hugs, cindy

Susan said...

What a great idea to use the mold as a centerpiece. I love re purposing things! Nice job, Carolyn. Susan