Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Thanksgiving Goodness

Wow what a weekend, the long holiday was wonderful, we had perfect fall weather and some seriously great food. I had the pleasure of going to my hubby's sisters for the traditional Thanksgiving meal of turkey potatoes, stuffing gravy and the works. Then it was my turn to host for my side of the family. I got a little crafty and created a table menu, some napkin rings and the place cards for my table. They are all made from Core-dinations cardstock and the sanding lent the perfect amount of fall rustic to my table.Here is a closer look at some of the items. The napkin rings were super fast and easy I just cut bands of cardstock, used my fiskars punch on both sides, then covered the seams with ribbon and a button. For the menu I used my fiskars texture plate, I love this viney pumpkin texture. I hope your Canadian Thanksgivings were filled with fun food and family and for my American friends I look forward to seeing your tables next month.Products used, Core-dinations Cardstock, Fiskars punches and texture plate and cuttle bug embossing folder.

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9 comments:

  1. Oh wow .. awesome spread you have there .. I am so impressed .. love it

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  2. Beautiful Lydia!!! You worked hard to get that all set up so gorgeous!

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  3. Awesome idea, and what a beautiful table setting!

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  5. How fun is this! Love the napkin ring and the place card idea is perfect with the name in cut letters. You'll have to sneak a peek at my tablescape this week. The final reveal will be Nov. 3rd!! Mine is totally over the top but it was so much fun!

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