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It always makes me sad to have to get rid of my pumpkins that have served so well since October, but on to the next event! (Kim Klassen texture)

Just in time for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and beyond - Altered Napkin Rings on my blog -

"Good mornin'.....taking a quick break from the kitchen to wish you all a wonderful

Thanksgiving Day, My Friends! Enjoy it all and be thankful! Love each one of you!"

~Mary Lou

My favorite time of the year to set the table and bless my family.

I enjoy gathering leaves and branches from my garden to add little special touches to the setting.


A grateful heart...and a perfect time to join together and thank God for each day.

Happy Thanksgiving!


Thank you for stoping by,

Kay Ellen

Gerbera Daisies, pumpkins and gourds decorate our Thanksgiving table.

Inspired by Martha Stewart -


After they were completed I made a tablescape to have as decoration for our Thanksgiving Dessert Party.


They are only missing glitter. :)


it has already started, and it's only October 1.


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megcerise: Nooooooooooo


eatatjoes2: @megcerise fret not Megan! My fall tablescape will be out until at least Thanksgiving.


American Thanksgiving Table Setting - Tablescape

Eddie Ross;

Woman's Day, November 17, 2010

Table set for our Thanksgiving feast.

I used the warmest colours of Fall starting with a deep orange tablecloth for my Thanksgiving table setting.

A random collection of photos

Eddie Ross;

Woman's Day, November 17, 2010

A random collection of photos

A random collection of photos

On my table for the Thanksgiving season :)

I have a bit of an obsession with glassware. In fact, my husband has restricted my glassware purchases to an as-needed basis-- for example, if one of our glasses break, only then am I allowed to purchase another. Yes, this may sound harsh, but if you saw our overflowing glassware cabinet you would understand his strict rules.


While I normally purchase clear glassware in curvy shapes and elegant forms, lately I have been loving colored crystal and glass stemware, particularly in vintage styles.


Colored glassware makes a stylish statement on any table top, especially when it comes to Holiday entertaining. Replacing your everyday clear-crystal with dramatically colored stemware will help to set the stage for an extraordinary event that leaves your guests feeling extra special.


Green and gold tumblers -- Pier 1


Champagne glasses in amethyst, moss and aquamarine -- Replacements


Renaissance stemware -- Gracious Style

A random collection of photos

Candles lit, starters on the table & 12 ladies ready to enjoy ....

Pilgrims, turkeys and gourds decorate a festive table for Thanksgiving.

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