Monday, November 7, 2011

Gobble Gobble


Want to show you a few of my Thanksgiving turkeys. I love to scatter them throughout the house. These two are candles and really pick up the light in my front window.

Just tucked a few on the dining table.


I am in dire need of a new tablecloth. I want a light off white/taupe check and can never find one long enough.



Don't toss your Indian corn. I have had this lot for more than five years. Just store in your house so critters don't get into it.





Linking to:
Met Monday
Tabletop Tuesday
Coastal Charm
Wow Us Wed.

19 comments:

Comeca Jones said...

I love the last one!

Kerin said...

You've got quite a cute collection.
Looks like you're ready to welcome Thanksgiving :)

Hope this week is a great one for you!

Julie Harward said...

I love that cream colored turkey...love all your pretty decorations! I put mine all out the day after Halloween..getting excited1 ;D

Coffee Mom said...

Just lovely, and the natural light is beautiful. Such a wonderful time of year! Thanks for sharing!

Ginger Zuck said...

Very sweet Elaine. Always love your splashes of decorations. I love your gobble gobble turkeys. I cannot believe it's almost Thanksgiving!!??

nancy said...

thats a good tip on indian corn.
I like your gobblers

NanaDiana said...

Elaine- It is looking a lot like Thanksgiving at your house. I love all your turkeys. I have had my Indian corn for several years too! xo Diana

Susan said...

Your turkeys are awesome! I'm not much of a decorator and I'm always impressed with the way you do things. Beautiful!!!! And homey!

Lemon Lane Cottage said...

What a beautiful collection of turkeys. It's amazing how you've changed the look so quickly. It's all so pretty.

Kris said...

Oh your turkeys are great! I need to dig mine out. I had some Indian corn for years, and finally had to throw it out after last fall. I didn't get more this season because I never saw any. Plan us a Saturday outing!!!!

Dayle said...

Makes me want some turkey and dressing!

Have you ever considered making your own tablecloth? I did that once and was very pleased with the results. They are so easy to make, else I wouldn't have attempted.

Kathleen Grace said...

I am so glad I saw this, it reminded me of the vintage turkeys I found at an estate sale that are tucked away in a cupboard.Now is the perfect time to pull them out and enjoy them. Your home looks so cozy and pretty Elaine:>)

laurie said...

you are so beautifully ready for thanksgiving! I have missed you,, for the longest time my computer would freeze up everytime I came here to visiit.I had to start a new blog my bog was attacked.I hope you will find me agian. I have so much catching up to do.

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

cute turkeys ....and you are right about the corn!

All That Glitters said...

How pretty!!!

Marigene said...

Very festive, Elaine...

FABBY'S LIVING said...

This is lovely Elaine and very festive for the Thanksgiving season! I love the cute trukeys and yeah, your're right about the corn. I can't wait for Thanksgiving urkey and the rich things to go with it! Have a great weekend. FABBY

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Such a pretty tray and your vignette is lovely. I really like the use of the corn and the turkey, so pretty, plus your runner is gorgeous. Beautifully done. Hugs, Marty

Alycia Nichols said...

HOW do you store your corn, Elaine? Do you put it in Ziplocs or just kind of keep it somewhere out in the open. I tried to keep it one year a while back and it started to mildew around the husks. I can't remember how I had it stored, though, to make that happen. What's your trick to keeping it fresh?

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