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November 13, 2011

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shelia

Everything is so lovely! I love what you've done to that metal wall piece with the wreath and all. Love the sheet music too!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

sonny

Wee I am officially calling it- BEAUTIFUL:)
and thrifty and totally unique.. well done indeed~!!

xoxo
Sonny

Rosemary

I love the title of this post. You've created beautiful Thanksgiving decor. Reimagining what you already have is a great way to get the creative juices flowing. That's what I love to do.

Natasha

You are so clever! I am so impressed by your stunning decorating and I am going to try to follow your lead. I'm not going to buy anything new this Christmas and I'm going to make do with what I've got!

Thanks so much for topping by and for your sweet message. It meant so much to me!

Best wishes for a wonderful week,
Natasha.

Martina

Beautiful fall touches! I LOVE the vignette you created in your basket, the wheat looks so pretty in those glass jars.

Pinky

I am LOVING the iron piece with the wreath on it! And what a good use for decanters. I have several that sit on the bar and hardly EVER get used. Love that idea! XO, Pinky

Stacey

Oh my goodness, I'm so glad you pulled that out of the trash. It's so pretty. Your cottage looks amazing.

Tracy

Great job - I love the wreath, that scrolled iron work is fabulous. I'm so glad you rescued it!

Lori

Actually, I was going to skip Thanksgiving decorating and go right to Christmas. But you inpsired me, I have some wheat and I am going to bundle it with a silver napkin ring and burlap ribbon.

Lisa

Great way to update the iron piece! Love how festive your room is...Enjoying you blog, I am from NTexas too! Visiting from Rene's Room by Room series.

Ricki Jill Treleaven

Wow, I love your Thanksgiving decorations! I have been needing some great inspiration, too!!!

xoxoxoxo,
Ricki Jill

Tanya@TakeSix

Beautiful decorations! My goodness, what a great idea with the iron wall hanging and wreath!! Gorgeous!

Olive Cooper

The boxwood was the perfect thing to finish that wreath on that wrought iron piece. I wish I could find a similar piece for over my fireplace and I will eventually.

Marty@A Stroll thru Life

Oh I think it is totally stunning and you are so creative using what you already have. Your wall looks amazing, such a great idea and your buffet is lovely. Beautifully done vignette. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

karla nathan

I'm lovin that "runner"!

Kim

Love all your ideas and the iron piece is gorgeous.

Fabiola Alba

So grogeous! I love it all, your vignettes are beautiful and that iron piece, too fab!
Have a nice week. FABBY

nancysellstransferware@gmail.com

I've done the same thing this year...but not having any money kinda helps to! lol I do know what you mean. I vowed not to buy any new Halloween decorations or even buy any after Halloween when they're all on clearance. I've got boxes of decor I don't even get out.

I LOVE the wreath you made and attached to the iron grate/decor on the wall. I really like that as a backdrop for the wreath! It looks great, as do your other decorations!

Nancy

Debbie - refresh restyle

It looks amazing and what a great idea! I need to do more decorating with what I already have! If you ever tire of anything, you can send it to me!
Debbie :)

Zuni

You could not have done a better "enhancement" on that iron grate! I thought it was great (no pun intended) by itself. And with each new addition I liked it better! Very creative! Lovely post; thank you and happy Thanksgiving!

Mona

Wow, talk about a transformation. I loved it!!

Rene

I love your candles! A great thing to have on hand for all occasions for sure.

Thanks for joining the "room by room"series!

-René

Bonnie

Clever and creative ideas.

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions

I LOVE what you did with that rescued metal piece! Such a great idea and you know they charge so much for these pieces in the stores. I think that makes up for the $2.00 you spent at the thrift store! : ) Although, I think anything under $5.00 from the thrift store doesn't really count anyway. Your buffet looks beautiful! The sheet music is a great idea and that could carry you through Christmas ~ maybe change it out to Christmas carols.

Visiting from Fall into Fall!

Veronica

Wow this is wonderful. I love the ornate metal with the wreath to bits!

Chrissy

Oh everything looks lovely. Next year, I am doing the not buy a thing to decorate for Thanksgiving. You have such a creative eye and way to recycle that metal piece.
Thanks for sharing.

Lorna

WOW, so inspiring! I love what you did with the metel piece from the screen door. Great job.

Annie/Helen Hartman

What a clever creation! My first visit to your blog and it won't be my last.

Jo Ann

Neat post!

Cindy

It looks great! Love the iron piece from the old door! I wish I'd find something like that in the trash!
Cindy

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here

Everything is beautiful and I love what you did with the iron piece. Thanks for sharing your pretty Fall decorations at the Open House Party.
Hugs,
Sherry

Jamie

I LOVE your wreath. It looks amazing. Great work. I love your blog. I'm your newest follower.
Would love to see you DIY Home Sweet home.
Jamie
http://diyhshp.blogspot.com/
P.S. I have another giveaway going on right now. Would love you to stop by and check it out.
P.P.S. I have a linky every Monday. Would love for you to stop by and link up.

Kathi

Very nice arrangements. Kathi

Fabiola Alba

Gorgeous arrangement Kathy, wow! I love the one with the pretty iron piece. I can't wait to see everyone's Xmas hollidays decor too....they're so closed together, though.
Happy Thanksgiving. FABBY

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