Autumnal Tableware

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    kelsey-marie
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    Get set for entertaining by making your tableware the talk of the dinner party!

    Conkers

    Make napkin rings from real conkers. Drill a hole through each one and tie thin strips of leather or ribbon through and around your napkin. This provides a natural feel to your table. Place a bowl of conkers in the centre of your table to set them off.

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    Shabby

    Try finding old napkin rings and cutlery, these add individuality to any table. These can be found at car boot sales, antique shops and the like.

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    Country Feel

    Try adding chunky wooden candlesticks to your table, finished off with old milk bottles stuffed with flowers. This adds a country affect to any home.

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    Twinkle

    If you don’t have a candle holder, why not place candles into coloured tumblers? You could add long candles that would lean against the the side (adding an extra finish), or use tea lights.

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    Jam it up

    Pop tea lights into empty jam jars, try adding old netting to the outside of the jar too! I love this look in autumn and winter.

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    Leafy Tea

    Make the most of falling leaves and dying flowers. Arrange them in a teapot and make them the centre piece of your table!

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