November 15, 2015

Thanksgiving mantle

My single bin of Thanksgiving decorations came out of storage.
I've had good luck collecting turkey planters, paper diecuts and honeycomb turkeys this past year during estate sales.
  Gobble gobble!  
I don't know about you, but I'm counting down the days until Thanksgiving break.  

12 comments:

Lynne said...

In your busy life I bet you can't wait until a Thanksgiving break . . .
Love all your Thanksgiving "things" . . .
I have very few Thanksgiving "things" but I have one "something" that I must get out soon . . .
I will show you soon . . .
Promise . . .

Lynn said...

I love the honeycomb turkeys! Thanksgiving is my favorite weekend of the year:@)

Jboo said...

Love you Thanksgiving mantle! So pretty and festive. Also counting down til break! One more week! :)

laurie -magpie ethel said...

One bin for me too. I will be happy to have my kids home from college for a few days...must clear out their rooms first so they have a spot to sleep.

Pam Kessler said...

That plastic popcorn turkey is too cool! I actually have less than one bin, it's more like a glorified shoe box for Thanksgiving :)

craftyles said...

Kim, I love the honeycomb turkeys. I used to see those, but they are getting harder to find. Cute mantle.

GARAGE SALE GAL said...

I think your Thanksgiving mantle is awesome! I haven't put anything on my mantle since I painted the LR...waiting for Christmas to decorate.
warmly,
deb

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

Hi Kim, your Thanksgiving mantle is just so much fun with all of those pieces from days gone by. How fun! We don't have another sale scheduled until the first week of December so I have two weeks off! I'm so excited, I need some time off. As I know you do too!
Gina

vivian said...

I always love all your decorations! You mantel is perfect! have a great day Kim!
xoxo
vivian

Margaret said...

Spectacular, as always! Maggie

Pam~ Virginia Retro said...

Love your sweet mantle Kim. Also, admiring you since all your Halloween is put away, lol. Sweet candles in your header. Have you seen the commercial about the family thanksgiving where they bring out the vintage gurley pilgrim candles? Too cute!

Corey Moortgat said...

I love all the paper cutouts clustered together! There's such a short time between Halloween and Christmas, I guess Thanksgiving is lucky to have a cute mantle for a couple weeks!