Wow, November is here! And I have a Pink Thanksgiving Tablescape Idea for you today. Using my Grandma’s vintage Desert Rose Franciscan Ware.
This would make a great gift and a pretty touch to a tablescape.
I thought it would be fun to try and make my own.
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You can create your own with a grocery store bouquet of flowers. I try to buy mine in the expired date section. They are usually just a few dollars, with gorgeous petals and colors.
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Laying a cable knit throw blanket over large fluffy pillows was the first way to add a little ambiance to our Thanksgiving. Sitting on the floor in front of our farmhouse coffee table, is a comfy way to enjoy our luscious meal.
A simple addition for texture and color was to use embroidered cloth napkins. Each one was made by my grandmother. I like bringing in a touch of family memories to our table.
The addition of eucalyptus leaves, gives a sense of bringing the outdoors in. The pumpkins were purchased orange. I used Fusion Mineral Paint to add the color I wanted.
The eucalyptus candles are probably my favorite piece on the table. (I will have a tutorial for those in tomorrow’s blog post.) You always need candles for an intimate meal, right?
With a few colorful mini lights, we have touches that are not necessary, but always worth the time and effort.
While it will be quiet and not what we are used to-24 grand babies running around, plus 14 grown ups talking and reminiscing-it will be the perfect Thanksgiving for me and my man.
Thanks for joining me today. I always enjoy your visits.
Now, if you would take some time-I would love for you to visit my blogging friends. Each one has a unique style for a Thanksgiving tablescape. You are SURE to be inspired!
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I have been sharing a few Christmas ideas lately, BUT I don’t want to skip Thanksgiving in anyway shape or form. SO, if you are looking for some help with your Thanksgiving decor, I have 10+ Last Minute Thanksgiving Decor Ideas to share with you…
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This is so fun and you can be as creative as your imagination will take you.
I had a creative brain storm last night and I can’t wait to show you what I came up with…
I am excited to share our NEW tradition with you today…
Hello! And Happy Wednesday. It has been a full week of traveling to visit the grandkids. Hubby and I took 6 days off to go trick or treating, visit Beverly Hills, eat, play games, sew, shop, eat, and sing Happy Birthday to a grandson.
I am settling back at home again. Our home is filled with Thanksgiving, pumpkins, wreaths and giving thanks.
The Simple Thanksgiving shelves are in a central part of our home. You see them as soon as you walk in the front door.
I like finding old books and using them as “pedestals” for my accessories. Candle sticks work really well, too. Do you do the same thing?
I found a printable on Hometalk and was so excited to incorporate it in my Thanksgiving decor. (Especially since it has a blue pumpkin)
Using my own cardboard chalkboard I scripted “Give Thanks”. It’s good for all of us to give thanks everyday, not just at Thanksgiving. What’s that saying? “There is always something to be thankful for”? I believe that will all my heart.
I made my pine cone and pecan garland last year for Christmas decor. I have used it for lots of other holidays, as well. It’s my frosting on the cake for the Simple Thanksgiving shelves.
Filling my green bottles with old, broken sticks was just the added touch I needed to finish off the look I was wanting for this year’s Thanksgiving decor.
I hope you are giving thanks today and everyday for all that you have.
Leave me a comment telling me what you are thankful for. I would love to know!
If you are looking for or wanting new traditions in your family, come back on Friday for loads of ideas.
A handful of my blogging friends and I are putting together some special Thanksgiving Traditions for you. I know you will enjoy every minute of it.
I will see you back here then…
Make it a lovely Wednesday full of thanks!
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