I wanted to say “Thanks!” for all of your encouraging words left in the comments of my last post HERE. I’m so thankful for each of you and your support.
And…Thanks for coming back today!
One of my favorite things to do this time of year is set our farm table…so, I used branches from our pasture, mini pumpkins, and lavender from the garden. I really love the pops of fall colors that the leaves and pumpkins bring.
I also cut out several leaves from vintage music sheets…and I was going to use them for placecards, however, decided I liked the simplicity of each leaf atop the folded napkins.
I also plan to use the music sheet leaves for our “Thankful Tree”…which I will share in my next post :)
Mini pumpkins sitting in a bouquet of lavender…
And during the Fall it’s nice to bring in the bistro chairs for a little more rustic look.
Did you notice I painted my tabletop white? It was weathered gray…but I just couldn’t stand it any longer. So, a few weeks ago, I painted it in VALSPAR “bistro white” kitchen & bath enamel. Then I distressed the edges and small spots on the top. Now I’m trying to decide to paint the bench or not?
This is just one possible Thanksgiving Day tablescape. But, there are so many possibilities.
You can see how I set my kitchen table last November HERE.
I’ll share my Thankful Tree soon and some holiday crafts I plan to try.
Did you take the Home for the Holidays Creatively Made Home E-Course?
It was packed full of wonderful Holiday ideas…
What are you planning for Thanksgiving this year? I’d love to hear :)
I’m sharing with Courtney at Feathered Nest Friday :)