The Tables Have Turned

Invitations mailed? Check. Holiday decorations? Check. Menu? Check. Table décor? Um…

Your holiday dinner is almost here, and you’ve already polished the silver but you’re at a loss on how to set the table. Don’t fret: we’ve got some ideas under the table. First, think of a theme to get the party started. Set your table in style with these amazing Ready to Make projects all found in Cricut Design Space.

 

Plush Plum 

Just because it’s the holidays, that doesn’t mean you have to stick to red and green. For this tablescape, we chose plum and gold and went to town. For this look, you can have fun with the charger: surprise guests with a plate underneath with a holiday greeting with this Merry and Bright Charger!  On your salad plate, you can place Snowflake Doilies made out of gold posterboard.

Add some beautiful DIY garland and a welcome gift, like chocolates or candies, is always a nice touch. For our tablescape, we placed the gift boxes in vintage glassware. From left to right: Holiday Centerpiece Garland, Golden Gift Box.

CRICUT TIP: Now’s the time to stock up on supplies like vinyl. We’re offering 30% off supplies plus free home delivery shipping to the continental US through the holidays.

Holiday Retro

5b93ac68-6ed2-4a72-9f9f-edce3c2d3ec6Are you a fan of midcentury modern design? We created this mod table design for a fun and festive feel, perfect for a more casual get-together or holiday brunch. Grab white and red plates and add vinyl “Merry Christmas” and mod starbursts you cut with your Cricut Explore. Take it a step further with these hip name cards and guest monograms. 

From left to right: Retro Plate Decor (first two projects shown) and Retro Placecard

 

Natural Design

Are you a nature lover? Feeling rustic this holiday season? Explore mixing textures like wood and metal in neutral colors like cream, slate, and silver. We’re kind of obsessed with these leaf and feather patterns from Lia Griffith for a warm, inviting feel.

From left to right: Flower Bud Place Mat (first two projects) and a Feather Place Card

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