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Thanksgiving Table


Just popping in with a quick post to share 
my Thanksgiving tables ~
at least this is what I have so far . . .


~ I kept it fairly simple ~


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~ added a vintage tablecloth to the folding table
to dress it up a little more ~


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Wish me luck!

I haven't hosted Thanksgiving in a very long
 time but I'm looking forward to it!


Also, Stacey at A Sort of Fairytale and I  realized
 that we are both using
kraft paper and blue mason jars in our
tablescapes ~ take a look at some of the charming
things Stacey will be using on her table.  You'll want
to see the rest of her cottage also ~
 it really is like a fairytale!

Thank you all so much for coming by ~

Have a heartwarming and tummy filling Thanksgiving!!

Comments

  1. There it is! I just emailed you about seeing it! Too funny. I am going to post a link to you on my blog as well! Love your wrapped silverware...shoot, I shoulda done that...haha! I have mine in a basket cutlery holder thingy with napkins for now. Everything looks great!!

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  2. I am a first time visitor. I have loved reading and looking around your beautiful blog, thanks for having me. I love the table settings, thanks for sharing your ideas. I will follow on my way out so as I can visit again. I hope you pop over to my place and do the same. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and and great New Year! Cheers SpecialK XoXo

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  3. The vintage tablecloth looks like one I have - don't you love the feel of that old soft cotton. Your tables look lovely - serene and peaceful. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  4. Love your tables. the blue is so soft and pretty. I love the vintage tablecloth. ummmnnn that's an addiction for me!

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  5. Very Pretty Joanne!! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!! Martina

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  6. This is just beautiful! - I'll bet your guests totally loved it.

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