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All things white, that is what we like! Down couches, dutch mints, vanilla candles, white pear tea;bell jars, chandeliers and bottle brush trees…Glass, glitter, old and new; gold, pearls, paper, silver hues. From french to flea market, second hand too, treasures we find to bring them to you. Blank canvas’ waiting to be brought to life-Anyone can do it grandma, mother, daughter or wife. More color suits your palette? Well white is just the start…add as much as you desire, whatever fills your heart! Come along experience, no need to travail, as we simply show you how to unveilthe beauty unknown in how to make your house, your home.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

A Table set for a King


A little white coffee table so full of wonder and praise to greet the great King who was born on this Christmas day. Look under the pure white tree. What gift do you see? The gift of our Jesus who came for you and for me.


May your home be filled with the spirit of Christmas and may your hearts be full of his praise.


May bells ring gloriously for the New Born King


As Angels sing unto him and shout his holy name.


As I sit and think of what this season truely means, my heart is filled with great joy. A precious and pure savior was born who later was nailed to a cross so that I (we) may live in eternity with him.

As we all come together with family and friends may we still ourselves to recognize, the greatest gift, the birth of our Great King who lives today. Take the time to sit, to enjoy priceless moments with those you love, to give generously to those without, and to look around you and be grateful for all of the gifts you have been blessed with, all year long.

Go check out other Wintery Table scapes at Between Naps on the Porch


  1. I just adore your little cloche candlestick vignette
    This is truly inspiring!!!

  2. All your clochés are to die for. Lovely...

    I love the white them and in Stockholm everything and everywhere is white, full of snow, even my porch.

    Happy TS & have a nice day.

  3. This is just beautiful, and downright inspired.
    I LOVE that bell shaped cloche the best of all. The white is elegant all the way around.

    I'm so glad that I decided to visit from LAST backward at TT today. Too often, I fizzle out and miss the good stuff at the end.

  4. Let me just echo, "I love the cloche"! Beautiful display. . .
    I have to tell you that the girls on the header, are stunning! If one of them is the
    mother, please tell us how you do it!

  5. Absolutely beautiful! It conveys the true meaning of Christmas with such freshness. I love it!

  6. Hi Aubrey,
    this is my first time to visit with you, and I loved your post, what a lovely coffee table, and you are right it is set for King Jesus.
    Enjoyed it very much, and you are so right about drinking in the very reason we really celebrate,
    and it should be a wonderful time of joy when we think about all He has done for us.
    Merry Christmas!
    Blessings, Nellie

  7. So happy to have found your blog...I'll be a follower as soon as I'm done with this post. I ADORE your vignette and your sentiments of Jesus. You are so correct!!! We must always remember the Christ in Christmas.
    Blessings and hugs,

  8. Creatve nativity display and so beautifully presented in shades of white.

  9. Such a beautiful vignette. All of the shades of white are just magical and display the real reason for the season. Stunning. Hugs, Marty

  10. I love your table vignette! It's just magical, and your words of wisdom about our sweet Savior make it even more special. Christ is the reason for the season :-)

  11. So lovely...

    Love your table vignette,it looks immaculate and solemn:)

  12. When I read your title "a table set for a king" I got teary eyed! That is sweet :)
    Of course it all looks beautiful!

  13. This is such a sweet vignette but even sweeter words...really what it's all about.
    Merry Christmas!