family thanksgiving decor.

Here's how our house is decorated for Thanksgiving this year.


Photos of my two blessings. Some pumpkins I bought from a local craft fair and...

.....a cute little turkey from Michael's.

I have showed you my apothecary jar full of acorns before. I wasn't sure how to decorate the other jar.

This is what I came up with. Some nuts I have in the house. It needed something more so I added the twiggy pumpkin to the top.

This nature inspired turkey sits in front. I've had him for years and he's starting to show his age.

Sitting in our hall......

Metal baskets from the Goodwill.

Fall fruits and nuts from JoAnne's (clearance).


I also found these pumpkin picks at JoAnne's.

I already had these pots filled with floral foam and topped with Spanish moss. So I was just able to plop the picks right in. Plop the picks....say that 5 times fast!

A sweet Thanksgiving card I bought years ago. The picture is by Susan Wheeler.

The card is on my bulletin board along with this fruit of the spirit cornucopia done by my oldest son.
Grant also made this pirate turkey back in the 2nd grade (he's a fifth grader now). Here is what he wrote about Thanksgiving that year.

"On Thanksgiving usually my mom cooks a very big and good feast. Even sometimes my grandparents come over to visit. While mom cooks our very good feast, dad normally just would watch football. After our delicious feast my dad would wash the dishes. That's my Thanksgiving!"

10 comments:

  1. Love your decor and your sweet blessings!!
    Hugs, Lisa

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  2. Thanks for putting my button on your side bar too!
    Your two little boy blessings are so cute! My two little girl blessings are 25 and 20. Yikes!! Where does the time go.
    I hope that you and your "football watching husband" have a wonderfully blessed Thanksgiving.
    Rhonda

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  3. I love it all!! The Turkey is SO CUTE! The apothecary jars are fabulous. And I LOVE those topiaries!!

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  4. Looks so festive and welcome! Acorns are my favorite fall decor.

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  5. Everything looks wonderful!!!!
    Have a great Thanksgiving.
    We have so much to be thankful for and I know all of us are giving extra blessings for Levi this year.
    Have a blessed and a fun filled day.
    Love and miss you all.
    Mom/Jane/Grandma

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  6. What a flair for decorating you have Lisa! I love your seasonal changes. Can't wait to see what you do for Christmas!
    Kim

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  7. I love Grant's account of Thanksgiving, very nice!
    Have a wonderful holiday with your family!
    ~Michelle

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  8. Happy Thanksgiving! I like your fall decorations. Very festive and warm.

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  9. Aunt Kathy bought the kids each one of these same turkeys and I thought they look familiar... that's why. Kay

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