Thursday, November 24, 2011

Thanksgiving Decor Part Two

I hope all of you are sharing this Thanksgiving with family & friends, and your thankful for being blessed with both. Most of us are busy preparing our dinners for tomorrow and looking forward to naps, football, catching up with family gossip,and good food. I am taking a moment to share with you the rest of my decor. The table for two in the kitchen is set with a brown scroll tablecloth, bronze placemats, and gold chargers. For plates I chose a beautiful green scroll work pattern plate, with a cream salad plate. On top the salad plates I layered glittered leaves in different colors. Napkins are a royal purple, with gold flatware. Two green water and wine goblets and my turkey salt and pepper shakers complete the setting. The centerpiece is a basket, done in fall color flowers and ferns.
A closer look :
My centerpiece:
For my formal table I made a large centerpiece using candles in two colors.A cinderella pumpkin coach filled with ferns and flowers, casscading down the length of my table. And my side table holds a turkey amd two plates with sayings I love for this holiday.
My coffee table holds a cornacopia. filled with pumpkins and various berries and leaves.
The endtable has candles and leaves & pumpkins on a gold beaded placemat:
My refrig top holds some subway art and a garland and plant"
My breakfast bar has my big turkey platter and leaves:
And my entryway holds a turkey arrangement and my pilgrims on a scarf I made:
And a fun pillow thrown in a chair for fun!

Wishing all the warmth of Family love, the gift of friendship , good food, laughs and many blessings for a Happy Thanksgiving!


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Monday, November 21, 2011

Thanksgiving Decor

I must apogolize for not posting sooner. You may have read that Hubbs is recovering from Knee replacement, and that has been time consuming. So needless to say I am very behind in blogging. I didn't get to post all my Hallowen decor, that's how far behind I am. But onto Thanksgiving. I am going to cram all the fun into two posts. First up is my mantle and the outside decor. I started with pumpkins, both golden and bronze on the ends of the mantle. The I made this centerpiece for the middle out of boston ferns,cat tails, wheat, feather like ferns, and miscl.plants. Then seated my two Indians in the center, behind is the wrought iron piece I use a lot. Below is LOTS more pumpkins, that have been painted, beaded, glittered. Then I added my two purple vases, and candleholders on each side.
Looking at it all"
The closer view of top:

The Bottom:

Now for my outside I continued the Indian theme, with corn stalks, pumpkins, mums,hay stacks, flowers and greenry..I stacked and made a big presence outside. So starting with the sight you see when you walk up:
The left side as you walk up:
By the front door:
Right side:
The Wreath I made for the door:

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I will be back on Wednesday to post the rest of my Thanksgiving decor. Hope all of you are going to share this holiday with family, sharing and having good times and food and being thankful for all you do have. Till next time: