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Rustic Glam Thanksgiving Table Setting

I love nature-inspired decorating, but I love touches of glam by adding silver or gold to mix it up a bit. Natural elements in tablescapes like cotton, pheasant feathers, walnuts, pinecones, and raffia add rusticity where gold goblets, chargers, and glittered napkin holders add the sparkle for a cozy, but sophisticated Thanksgiving feast!
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  • rustic glam thanksgiving table setting, christmas decorations, seasonal holiday d cor, thanksgiving decorations

To see more: http://sophiasdecor.blogspot.com/2012/11/thanksgiving-table-setting.html

Got a question about this project?

  • Donna R
    Donna R Lumberton, TX
    on Nov 18, 2012

    @Tamara Goldstein, your apology is very nice and very sincere. If I came on too strong, I'm sorry for that too. It takes a lot for a person to apologize and I really admire you for doing so. Perhaps you are a perfectionist in your work and so you see things a little differently than those of us who don't do tablescapes, etc. for a living. I probably would be defensive about what I do as well. It's nice to see there are still people in this world who can apologize! It's not an easy thing to do. I remember as a child, all my mother had to say was "don't you think you should apologize" for whatever the situation was. My stomach would get butterflies and I knew she was right but gosh it was hard.

  • Susan S
    Susan S Fredericksburg, VA
    on Nov 18, 2012

    @Tamara Goldstein - Well, now that we've all shown our "best sides" we can get on with being friends - or at least friendly!! I wholeheartedly agree w/Donna that it does indeed take a lot of courage for a person to apologize, but that also makes them a bigger and better person for having stepped up to the plate. I think we've all learned a lesson in humility and maybe eating a little 'crow' for Thanksgiving!! None of us want to be turkeys do we!! Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

  • Becky H
    Becky H Tampa, FL
    on Nov 18, 2012

    I'm not fond of adversity or poor manners, and turkeys are certainly endangered this time of year. All sounds good to me; let's move forward and enjoy the site for it's creativeness.

  • Kay Takash
    Kay Takash Western Springs, IL
    on Nov 14, 2014

    This is beautiful and very inspiring and I think Tamara is really a bunch of college kids fooling around. Otherwise, who would ever hire someone like her tactlessness.

  • Nicecitynurse
    on Oct 29, 2016

    What a bunch of sweet ladies. Wish ya'll were my neighbors.

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