It's all a little overwhelming as a blogger. Trying to keep up with the flow of everyone posting their mantles beautifully decorated with greenery and stockings, and creatively decorated trees. I wish I could bottle their energy to get it all done like they do. I guess this is really isn't that early compared to those in the magazine industry. I believe they do layouts MONTHS in advance.
|This really isn't Thanksgiving but I thought it had a fall feel to it with the burlap background. It's a Hatch Show Print. A really cool company that still makes posters on the original print machines in Nashville.|
Thankfully (lol!) this Thanksgiving we will be celebrating with my family so that means travel for us instead of hosting the 30+ in-laws. We switch up where we will be for Thanksgiving and Christmas every year.
This year we will be in East Tennessee at my mom's for Thanksgiving and then in Nashville for Christmas at the in-laws. Next year it will be the other way around. Both are actually close enough that we can do day trips to allow for hubby's or one of the girl's work schedules.
I did some fall decorating which is getting us through until next week. So...deep breaths until then and enjoy some "throwback" pictures of Christmas a few years ago. They were taken when my kitchen was Roasted Red Pepper...pre-beadboard backsplash and the new fresh white/greige colors.
|Vignette on top of the pie safe|
|Vintage Elf on a Shelf...he's behaving for the moment|
I added sugar for the snow :)
By next weekend, I'll be wading through Rubbermaid totes and other boxes, pulling out the Christmas decor...trying to catch up!
Thanks for stopping by and God bless!
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