Love this card I found years ago mounted in this frame! The
hand-painted bowl above was a gift from a friend; her mother
painted it back in the early 1900’s.
Two years ago while we were still in our Prairie Home we had real and faux Cinderella pumpkins in pale tangerine, blush and celery to decorate our RV’s main dining area window. I love our new home but I do miss this window as it was perfect for its small vignettes!
What Lindsey used for her Thanksgiving table
a floor length black tablecloth (sheet)
store bought garland of eucalyptus and copper sprayed leaves
red mums and small berries spray painted copper
dark grey charger and dinner plate with a white napkin draped down between
a special Thanksgiving note atop the dinner plate
What I came up with for our Thanksgiving table
|Can you spot Mr. Turkey??|
Copper touches and natural elements
Fall decorations you’ll need:
Our table’s second look:
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I am glad you are here!
Beth’s style is sleek and elegant…
Elements used in this table setting
My table’s style elements
|The sun was peeking in and out as I took these photographs for you!|
Enjoy the tour!
A tall stack of teacups with three chintz teacups in view
|Decorate Your Coffee Table for Fall|
I love that the ladies thought to bring me this modern chintz teapot on its bright cheery pale aqua background as a house-warming gift!
|I do miss the size of this living/dining room! We swapped the two once and it was sooo cozy for winter. Loved the blue-green of this wall!!|
|A study in b & w.|
|A small collection of two owl feathers and one large crow
feather. The latter is suitable for cutting into a pen.
Here’s how to create a natural tablescape of your own:
|Pete and Gini checking the roast for doneness at 6:30 last evening. The
scent spreading through the house was so delicious!
Hawaiian Pot Roast
|My sweet baby…|
Lord, grant that our time together be steeped in serenity, sweetened by sharing, and surrounded by the warm fragrance of your love. Amen.
“If you are cold, tea will warm you; If you are too heated it will cool you; If you are depressed, it will cheer you; If you are exhausted, it will calm you.”
Easy to make in just a few minutes, Tussy Mussies can be filled with small candies, a special note, a small gift box containing a thoughtfully purchased necklace or earrings you’ve just picked out… The ideas for filling Tussy Mussies are endless and easy to coordinate with your theme.
Here’s how to make a Tussy Mussy
*Start by laying out your sheet of printed paper, printed-side down.
|This tussy mussy went to a little girl and the sweets theme was perfect for her!|
*Keep the left side tight/small as you roll the upper-end looser creating the cone shape.
Create the hanger
|An ethereal beauty ~ Two types of lace created this
tussy mussy’s hanger.
And that’s all there is to creating a Tussy Mussy ~ perfect for putting that special gift for your mother, grandmother and all the moms in your life.
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