Fall is my favorite time of year, too bad it whizzes by so fast! Did you know Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away! Our All-American holiday will be here before we know it. If you are hosting Thanksgiving now is the time to start preparing! I’ve compiled some of StoneGable’s best Thanksgiving tablescapes, diy’s, easy decorating ideas and one very special tips that will ROCK YOUR THANKSGIVING WORLD! I’ve picked eight posts that will inspire and help you make this Thanksgiving a memorable one!
Let’s make this a beautiful, fun and family-oriented Thanksgiving!
If you are hosting Thanksgiving this year you must read THE BEST THANKSGIVING TIP YOU WILL EVER GET! And if you know someone who is hosting Thanksgiving this year send this post to them!
I think Thanksgiving is the most work intensive meal of the year. But with this tip… this one MAGICAL tips Thanksgiving can be a fabulous, fun group effort! It’s all about the “dishpans”! If you read one thing in this post this is it!!!!
There are so many easy-to-do, smart and inspiring ideas for setting a Thanksgiving table in this post. You may not dine al fresco this year, but many of the ideas can be transferred inside!
Don’t you love easy-peasy decorating! This vignette would look so good as a centerpiece on a table too! And can I tell you a little secret… it took less than 10 minutes to put together!
Have you thought of making your own place mats or napkin rings for a Thanksgiving table? These are no-sew and so easy! I have tons of buttons so I embellished the burlap webbing napkin rings with them.
Do you have any Thanksgiving traditions? Many families do. We tell a very special Thanksgiving story and use 5 kernels of Indian corn to count our blessing around the Thanksgiving table every year!
If you want a way to connect with the one’s you love on Thanksgiving day this might be a good way to do it! It just would not be Thanksgiving at our home without the five kernels of Indian corn.
Here’s another Thanksgiving table to inspire you! This one is full of soft, colors! The take away from this table is to use seeded Eucalyptus to run down the center of the table! It smells fabulous too! I like to order a few bunches so I have it a couple days before I need to set my table!
And don’t forget to use pinecones as filler. They add lots of interest to a table!
Another napkin ring idea for your Thanksgiving table. Isn’t this flower pretty? I use the set I made all fall long!
A Thanksgiving centerpiece does not have to be time consuming and complicated! In fact, it should really be quite easy! Here’s a centerpiece that uses pumpkins, seeded eucalyptus and candles! Create a Thanksgiving centerpiece that your guests will ooooh and aaaah over!
I hope you visit each of these Thanksgiving posts and find lots of ideas to use for your Thanksgiving table! Next week I’ll be sharing some great recipes that would be perfect to serve as part of your Thanksgiving meal!
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