A Little Thanksgiving Home Tour


So, here we go, let me share my little THANKSGIVING tour with you...
Let me take you outside onto our back porch. I created a cozy
sitting area "Thanksgiving STYLE" and I made a giant
sized "GIVE THANKS" pillow.
Let me take you outside onto our back porch. I created a cozy
sitting area "Thanksgiving STYLE" and I made a giant
sized "GIVE THANKS" pillow.
I also made this little gourd garland to
hang on the window. If I were actually hosting Thanksgiving at our house this
year, this area would be a super cozy hang-out for
our guests going out for a breath of fresh air.
But guests, or no guests, I still had fun making
the space cozy for the fall.
I placed an old wooden butcher block with
snacks on the large wicker basket, so it
can serve as a little table
I luv this little owl
And look who decided to crash-in on my photo shoot???
Yup, that would be our Bugsy. He was very curious
to find out what I was doing out on his patio,
re-arranging things, and causing a big ruckus.
it seems that even little bunnies want to
"Give Thanks" this season.
Let me take you inside now. I decorated the entry way
in a welcoming THANKSGIVING Theme!
And a few more Thanksgiving touches
in the Family Room
I hope you enjoyed my little Thanksgiving tour
and I want to thank each one of you sweet readers for
coming to visit my little blog. It's the next best thing
to having you all over for real!

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  • Tammy
    Tammy
    on Nov 5, 2014

    Enjoyed seeing your decorating as well as your photography.

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