Posts Tagged ‘Thanksgiving 2’
Today we have some fun, last-minute Thanksgiving kids' table ideas from Laura Aguirre from Laura's Little Party!
Thanksgiving is one of our favorite holidays! We love the time that is spent with family. And this year, our family has grown. So if your family is big like ours, and you're thinking about setting up a kid’s table, here is some inspiration to get you started!
A rustic Thanksgiving dinner and more! With the holidays upon us, we are seeing so many fantastic parties and I'm sharing four of my very favorites from this week, including two Thanksgiving themed parties and two Christmas ones, including one with the Grinch!
A turquoise and orange Pilgrims and Indians Thanksgiving party, a rustic Thanksgiving party held outdoors, a fun green and red Grinch themed Christmas party and a festive and rustic backyard Christmas party!
Today we're sharing a delicious cranberry orange scone recipe from Shauna Krantz from Ella and Annie Magazine. How yummy would these be on Thanksgiving morning!
There is just something about this cranberry orange scones recipe that I love. Well, scones period. Perfect for breakfast, warmed with a dab of butter. I could eat an entire batch!
Today we're sharing a lovely Thanksgiving pumpkin vase DIY from Shauna Krantz from Ella and Annie Magazine. How great would this look on your Thanksgiving table!
I can't believe I never thought of this before! I see these beautiful pumpkin vases everywhere now. There are so many options! So I decided to paint my pumpkin vase before adding flowers. Super easy to make, you can even put your kids to work!
This week's photo comes from Kori C's White Pumpkin Party.
When I read this sign Kori had on her beautiful dessert table, I thought what a great reminder to stay in gratitude. Thank you, Kori, for the sentiment, just perfect for this time of year.
Jo-Anna from A Pretty Life in the Suburbs makes some beautiful crafts. I love this fall wreath she created with chunky yarn, felt, and an old sweater.
How wonderful would this look at your Thanksgiving celebration or even decorating your front door. It's so warm and cozy and the little pinwheel flowers are just too sweet.