I’ve gradually been adding Christmas decorations to our kitchen. But our breakfast bar was still empty. Which just won’t do! 😉 Thing is, I didn’t want an elaborate display. We use our kitchen a LOT and I didn’t want a big display that was either going to be in the way, or that would take a lot of effort to move. I mean, who has time for all that?! And so this quick, no fuss, Christmas display is the perfect solution as a display “on the move”.
In a nutshell, I wanted a quick fix that would look nice, without taking up too much time. What I did is hardly rocket science, but you know, I thought I’d share it with you anyway! Just in case you’ve not seen this idea yet.
I grabbed myself a wooden serving platter to add some height. Together with 3 glass vases in varying height, which I had to hand. If you’ve not got some already, charity shops are perfect for these sort of finds on a budget!
Next, the Epsom salts came out. We have a BIG tub as we often add it to our bath. You can find this mahoosive tub from Amazon here, and go WILD!
let it snow!!
If you don’t have Epsom salt, you can always use good old granulated sugar! BUT, just look how much the salt looks like actual snow … It’s just like the real thing! Without the sloppy mess when it melts!
Fill up your vases with some Epsom salt. It only needs a small layer, just to add some snow. Place some of your favourite ornaments of your choice in the vase and slightly press them into the “snow”.
I wanted to add some cozy light so the middle one just got a very simple tealight candle. I adore candles and love the light they give off.
All done! Told you this Christmas display was no fuss!! And I can move it out of the way and move it into another area as and when I want to.
See the hot cocoa tray in the background? You can find the post on how I made it here. I think you’ll love it!
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