My 84-year-old mother still likes to do Christmas to the hilt. On Tuesday of this week (with the help of my Aunt and me) she hosted a holiday luncheon for 8 grateful ladies. Part of her Santa collection took center stage on her very elaborate table.
|Each guest took home a snowman lollipop made of white chocolate.|
|My dad, aged 86, made the wooden tree candleholders.|
|Here's another view of the candleholders.|
|The red pressed-glass Santa bottle was my contribution.|
|These Santa picks have been around for ages. They go back at least to the seventies.|
|Santa was even on hand to serve the butter.|
|This Santa riding a bicycle was one of more than 20 Santas that graced the table.|
|The Snowman lolly up close.|
|Santa is everywhere.|
|A caroler oversaw things from the sideboard.|
|Lunch is served!|
|Chocolate cheesecake topped with strawberries, whipped cream, and drizzled with chocolate was served on Santa plates.|
This is linked to Tablescape Thursday.