If you read my blog during the week, you can see I have been all over Christmas. I know, there is a holiday coming before then, one with lots of turkey and stuffing and most of all, an opportunity to gather with family and friends and take a moment to give thanks for all of our blessings. Trust me, I will address this, but back to Christmas! I just can’t help it this year, I am excited for Christmas decorating and I feel like the short time between Thanksgiving and New Years just isn’t enough time to really enjoy the shopping, creating, and putting up all of the decorations. So, thanks for tolerating my rushing the holiday, I hope you enjoy all the decorations and tablescapes I will be sharing.
Amanda from Sincerely, Marie designs shared her two favorite fall traditions this week. This very pretty pumpkin floral arrangement was one of them. Check out her other tradition, I can guarantee that it is delectable!
This lovely fall tablescape caught my eye this week from Birds Party. I adore the pink tones coupled with the copper mugs and flatware. Stop by for tips and more images of this fabulous boho inspired Thanksgiving table.
This week Sandra chose this delicious Traditional Pecan Pie featured at Culinary Envy. I just love how Susan chose to personalize the stickers that adorned each jar.
Sandra also featured a Thanksgiving with Bling, tablescape. I just adore these feathered placemats, and the lush ornate look of the overall design, to see more head over to Life and Linda for more great photos.
This weeks most clicked link was this delicious Apple Galette. Stop by Mrs. Kringle’s Kitchen for the recipe and a great video tutorial!
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