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November 7, 2012

Down Home Blog Hop~Number 10 & A Thanksgiving Table




Down Home Blog Hop




Welcome to another wonderful week of the Down Home Blog Hop! Thank you so much everyone for linking up to the party. It has been incredible and I just enjoy learning and spending time with you all on your blogs.

It's hard to believe that Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Soon enough, we will all take the time to gather with our loved ones around the table and give thanks.

Here are some of my favorite easy affordable ideas to help make your home lovely for the holiday.  With a piece of reclaimed wood laid down the center of your table, some Indian corn, hydrangea blossoms, gourds, garden art and candles help set the mood of the harvest and bring the table to life.

Inverting Indian corn in a favorite container instantly adds drama and height.
Fresh hydrangea blossoms and candles set the mood
Stone garden art comes inside to add a touch of whimsy to the table.
Inspired by nature, hydrangea blossoms, Indian corn and gourds take center stage.

Now it's your turn.  It's your blog and your adventure and I can't wait to join you.




Photo Credit: Tilly's Nest

7 comments:

  1. Love it and the indian corn idea is genius. I always wonder what to do with mine.

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  2. this is such good inspiration- thank you! I always have such a hard time coming up with a good thanksgiving table, my mind always gets stuck on all the fun I want to have putting out Christmas decor and I can't seem to get back on track!

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  3. Inidan corn is fun to decorate with, Tilly! I like the fresh hydrangea blossoms too.

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  4. Lovely table setting! Great ideas. Thanks for hosting the hop. Have a great day :)

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  5. Thank you so much for hosting the blog hop. I look forward to learning new things every week and am never disappointed.

    I used a repurposed board to decorate my table this fall too. Yours looks lovely!

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  6. Love it! I have grown Indian Corn and it is super easy and so fun to be surprised opening those husks and seeing what beautiful colors are inside.

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  7. The close up of the chicken is marvelous...such detail captured♥
    I posted my grandson visiting the countryside. Thanks for the party this week.
    Laurie

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