A Taste of Fall, Fall and Thanksgiving decorating round up and all sorts of other fun ideas to gear up for a wonderful Thanksgiving full of so very many things to be thankful for.
I love this idea from The Gardening Cook. Each year I preprint a menu that includes symbols indicating if a certain entree is safe for those with celiac, diabetes or certain food preferences such as vegetarian or vegan. This idea kicks it up a notch as Emeril Lagasse would say.
This awesome post from Krystal’s Kitsch is full of fun, easy and affordable centerpiece ideas for Fall and Thanksgiving.
This FREE printable for a Thanksgiving Apron is darling. Angel from Fleece Fun does not disappoint. I can see this being a great Thanksgiving gift for the host.
These luminaries from At Home With Sweet T are another great Thanksgiving host or hostess gift. Here burlap and a few key materials create glowing beauty.
Oh my goodness! So simple and so pretty. Thank you to The Country Chic Cottage for another great burlap idea.
Do you want to get even more use out of your Halloween pumpkin decorations? The answer is provided to us by What’s Ur Home Story in the form of a Pumpkin Floral Centerpiece.
April Go Lightly offers us this great sign for decorating in Fall Colors. It would not really work for me (“The Ho’s”) but it may be really cute for you.
Thanksgiving is a time of reflection on all that we have to be thankful for and this interactive table from Me and My Inklings is just the thing.
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I hope you have enjoyed these ideas for Thanksgiving Decorating and will also pick up the FREE cookbook.
I wish for you a season filled with cherished family memories and wonderful food.