I know everyone is thinking about Christmas décor, and I'm thinking about it too. But our tradition is to wait until after Thanksgiving to get Christmas out. So, I'm still sharing Thanksgiving décor.
If you're looking for ideas for Christmas décor, go back and check out my Christmas posts from past years. Since I don't change it much, Christmas at our house will look almost like previous Christmas décor at our house.
You may have seen my Halloween décor in the range alcove in our kitchen. I removed a few things and added a few things, and now the alcove is decorated for Thanksgiving.
I decided I wanted to smile while I cook Thanksgiving dinner.
These funny turkey plates are by Tag.
My salt and pepper turkeys were pardoned by the President.
Halloween cards on the kitchen hutch have been replaced by Thanksgiving cards, and I've added a stuffed (not with dressing) turkey to the top.
Dessert will be served from the table in the study, so I added Fall wildlife plates and a wreath to the bookcase and hung Fall ornaments from the chandelier.
The piano in the study got a little Fall too.
This pretty, free printable of the Doxology is from the Stone Gable blog.
The needlepoint cornucopia was an estate sale buy. I used my mother's wire cornucopia in front of it.
Are you ready for Thanksgiving? Or, are you already ready for Christmas? I'm looking forward to getting Christmas out.
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