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November 7, 2014

Setting the Mood Cont'd...

I pulled out a few things from my little Thanksgiving bin of deco items and made this arrangement on the wood top that divides the two rooms. 

 The statues were from Hobby Lobby a couple of years ago and the Turkeys from T.J. Maxx a while back.  I've used the turkey's with tablescapes before so I decided to blend them in with this arrangement.  I need some Pilgrims...

The candle holder was from a little shop and the candle is a Hobby Lobby item too.  
I used the floral pics that were on the mantel (which I stripped).  I arranged them to surround everything like they were standing in the middle of a bountiful harvest.



This metal pumpkin has been with me a few years too.  I made a quick arrangement for the dining table.  My back problem (see previous post) is getting better but I lack strength and stamina right now so whatever I do is brief and limited.

In the mood for Thanksgiving!

I'm joining the following parties-

Between Naps on the Porch
for
Metamorphosis Monday

Dwellings
for
Amaze Me Monday





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18 comments:

  1. I have always enjoyed Thanksgiving decorations/centerpieces. Those are especially pretty!

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  2. Your Thanksgiving decorations are beautiful. I love how you layered everything and turned into a beautiful vignette.

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  3. Hi Liz, your Thanksgiving decor is beautiful. Love your table display. The harvest figurines are wonderful.
    Hope your back is feeling better today.
    Happy Weekend.
    Hugs

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  4. Liz,
    You have created such a lovely Thanksgiving vignette, so peaceful. I like the fact that it is layered so gently with warm and soothing tones. Perfect for welcoming family and friends and sets such a nice tone.
    I hope that your back is better and that your weekend, is enjoyable.
    Jemma

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  5. I love that,Liz. It is warm and makes me think of frost outside and a warm wooded Fall day. I love it. xo Diana ps. Good news that your back is getting better.

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  6. I would be in the mood too after seeing that gorgeous centerpiece!!!...Love it Liz!!

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  7. Very pretty, Liz! I love the figures you used in this vignette.

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  8. Beautiful vignette, Liz! Happy weekend to you! ~Liz

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  9. Liz I was so exited to see this post, I think with all the christmas madness we almost overlooked one of the most important holidays of the year.

    Thank you for reminding us.

    Ramon
    Rowhouseblog.com

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  10. Your Thanksgiving table arrangement makes me want to rake off my table and try something pretty like yours. The statures and turkeys are just the right touch. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  11. Yes, ma'am....you are indeed in the mood! And you're putting ME in the mood, too! Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday of all, and you've made a really cool vignette to celebrate! I love your figurines!

    Glad to hear your back is improving!

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  12. This display is lovely -- it definitely sets the tone for the TGV holiday. I certainly hope your backs better. That can be so miserable.

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  13. Yes, that puts me in the mood for Thanksgiving! I can hear the parade going on in the background as we are cooking Thanksgiving day. Now I better get serious about what we are going to eat this year!

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  14. It looks lovely Liz, your Indians are beautiful! I'm sorry about your back, ouch! I hope your back full speed soon~
    Jenna

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  15. Liz, I like your Thanksgiving decor! The pumpkin is adorable. Hope you are soon back to good health!

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  16. Beautiful vignette, Liz! You can do SO much in such a short time!! Love those Indians and natural elements! Hope you're feeling better soon.

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  17. Those Indian figures are beautiful, Liz, and I love the turkeys too. Such a lovely vignette. laurie

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  18. I am amazed at this beautiful setting you created in the midst of pain! I hope you feel better soon!

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