Since I'm not hosting Thanksgiving Dinner this year, I caved to the pressure of starting my Christmas decorating early. (and I'm so glad I did) I think most of us have realized that to get to enjoy the Christmas Holiday Season it was going to require us to start before Thanksgiving. There...I admitted it. I just cannot get everything done that I want to do when it's only going to last a few weeks. I still have out my Turkey Platters and a few velvet pumpkins, but they are having to share the limelight with a more Christmas-y vibe.
Here are a few pics from the Hallway Sideboard. I'm not finished, but this is how I'm starting. Some Red Striped Grain Sack Ribbon on my Holly Topiaries with a little blinged out silver for good measure.
Now, since I hadn't had a chance to share Thanksgiving Sideboard with you, Here it is...these are for those photo archives I've been talking about. Each year I look back to see what I've done the year before.
I really love my big vintage window and Pier 1 Scrolly Chalkboard
as a backdrop for my seasonal displays. It always makes things "pop".
Here's my preserved Boxwood Wreath, simply decorated for Thanksgiving.
I'm working now on changing it out for Christmas.
Say "Hello Handsome" to My Big Boy Tom Turkey
that I painted white several years ago.
He's Large and in Charge!
I've enjoyed using this black wagon for the last few months of Fall,
but on to something new for the Christmas Season.
I know we're all super busy, but I'll still be doing the Be Inspired Party, just starting on Wednesday instead of Thursday morning. I'm not sure when I'll get the party linky up, but come by if you have a minute and join in, We're gearing up for Christmas! Christmas and Thanksgiving posts both are welcome!!
And for some Shopping fun,
check out The Marketplace HERE.
The link party is up all week.
Enjoy your week with Family and Friends,
Love you all,
I have so much to be Thankful for,
Joining in on these great parties:
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