Count Your Blessings Cornucopia Thanksgiving Tablescape

This year my Thanksgiving tablescape centers around "Count Your Blessings. I transferred the words "count your blessings" onto burlap fabric with a gold metallic paint pen.
My centerpiece features a large cornucopia or horn of plenty that I purchased at Pottery Barn years ago. Unfortunately, they no longer sell it. I filled the opening of the cornucopia with a white pumpkin, some dried corn husks, dried seed pods, and tassels from wild grasses. I placed smaller white pumpkins around the opening to look like they are spilling out. In addition to the pumpkins and dried material, I added some metallic gold walnuts and they are also scattered around the table.
Also scattered around the table are small gold mercury glass votive holders and some faux golden-colored maple leaves.
Each place setting features a cornucopia napkin fold with a felted wool pumpkin place card in the opening. A few more metallic gold walnuts add some shine to each setting.
To the left of each setting is a "Count Your Blessings" card and pencil for guests to jot down a few of their many blessings to share before the meal.
On my blog, there are tutorials for the burlap tablecloth, wool pumpkin place cards, cornucopia napkin fold, and a printable for the "Count Your Blessings" card.

Doreen Cagno
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  • Barb Barb on Sep 08, 2020

    beautifiul. are there directions on how to make the cornucopia napkins? also, where did you get the stencil transfer for count your blessings?

    Barb

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