THANKSGIVING VEGETABLE CENTERPIECE AND MORE!

I have such an easy WOW factor centerpiece to show you today! I used produce from the produce aisle of my local grocery store and created an edible Thanksgiving centerpiece. The nice thing is I can pull it apart and use the produce in my meals all week! Easy peasy, beautiful and so economical. You can’t get better than that! I’ll show you how I made it!

Today is Home Style Saturday and we are dusting off our best and favorite archived posts to give them another look. I have soooo many new readers since last the first time I shared this post that is probably new to many today!

Click on the Title below to see how to make this Thanksgiving Centerpiece!

A big thank you to Lory and Ann for putting this together.

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7 Comments

  1. My decorating and entertainment gene much have died at birth however I am improving daily. Small baby steps and your post. I also want to respond to your inspirational messages. They inspire me to be true to god and myself. Thank you

  2. Hi Yvonne, The edible centerpiece is stunning!!!! the colors and textures are all so beautiful. I love setting a beautiful table and it’s so easy to do at this time of year with all the bounty God has given us. I do find it easier to use place cards on our Thanksgiving Day table. Would you be able to share a link for printable place cards? For some reason, they are difficult to find. Thank you.

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