Monday, November 9, 2009

Easy ideas for Thanksgiving

I love this idea and I am thinking I should make one of these trivets for my sister as a hostess gift! You can do it too! Just get a glass candle plate and decoupage' your favorite paper to the back and you have a trivet for your bowl of stuffing!!
And these hats would be a great project for the kids!!! Aren't they just precious!!!

I love the napkin rings for the loves in your inexpensive yet so classy!

Ooolala! Don't forget tolet everyone know what the menu is....only a white frame and a little hot glue and some fall foliage... and top it off with pretty!

And last but not least ..another great way to use up butternut and squash...perfect for appetizers! Just a few things to make Thanksgiving something to look forward to! Thanks for stopping by! love ya mean it! Stephanie

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Anonymous said...

Ooooh, Stephiepoo.. the acron idea is grand! I ususally us small soup bread bowls from Panera Bread here, and after the meal they get tossed, wasted bread. But this way, I can use them in a soup or other googies and still have the look that I want.

Awesome! Thank you for your support on Miss Maggie, it means so much to us.


Jess @ Frugal with a Flourish said...

Love the idea for the coasters! Those would be beautiful!

Ann On and On... said...

Great idea for the olives! Thanks!

Thena said...

I love the little hats. Would definetly be something to keep the kids busy when dinner isn't quite ready. Instead of hearing "I'm Bored". lol

LuLu said...

I'm loving all these ideas... the butternut squash idea has me wanting an olive! Oh my goodness how my family loves olives what a great idea,
thanks for the nudge to kick it up a notch!!

Emom said...

I just love your ideas today!
thank you for sharing with us..

Lily said...

you mean your not having thanksgiving in your barn this year??? bummer!!!

Manuela@Pleasures of Homemaking said...

The coasters are a cute idea! I'm going to make some paperweights like that.


Holly said...

Love the hat idea!

Katy said...

Great post! The little hats are my fav!