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05 November, 2015

Pumpkins and Burlap Thanksgiving Mantel

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Pumpkins & Burlap Thanksgiving MantelThere has been so much Halloween excitement at my house this year with the little grands that I decided to wait and let my fall mantel have a Thanksgiving theme. After all, it’s really my favorite holiday and I wanted to give it its due since it so often gets lost between Halloween and Christmas. I love seeing all of my family gathered around the table each year as new little faces are added and our extended family grows!



CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Transitioning into Fall...Apple and Bittersweet WreathThe starting point was the wreath and that one was not as easy as I had imagined. I had planned all along to rework my transitional APPLES AND BITTERSWEET FALL WREATH, but finding the perfect replacement for the apples took some searching.

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Pumpkins & Burlap Thanksgiving Mantel And then I finally found these faux pumpkins with just the right shade of green and little touches of white!

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Pumpkins & Burlap Thanksgiving Mantel7= So I pulled out the apples and some of the faux bittersweet and added the pumpkins…just the look I wanted!

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Pumpkins & Burlap Thanksgiving Mantel I also wanted a natural feel with lots of green touches, so I stacked these wonderful green pumpkins topiary-style on my lion's head urn to give them presence.

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Pumpkins & Burlap Thanksgiving Mantel I topped the mantel with a fall garland that I had in my stash and added a few more faux gourds and pumpkins to bring out the green. But something was still missing…then I spied this burlap banner at Target for only $3.00winner! I could hardly make it that inexpensively!

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Pumpkins & Burlap Thanksgiving Mantel It adds just the right touch of texture and lets everyone know that this mantel is all about Thanksgiving!

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Pumpkins & Burlap Thanksgiving MantelHere’s a peek at the whole mantel. It’s simple, really…just a garland, a banner and some pumpkins…but with lots of natural elements and the texture! I love the subtle colors, too…perfect for my Thanksgiving theme!

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Farmhouse Fall MantelAnd just in case you are looking for more inspiration, here’s my FARMHOUSE FALL MANTEL from last year with lots of traditional orange pumpkins and galvanized touches.

Isabella However, Miss Isabella says she doesn’t see what the big deal is about the mantel. After all, Thanksgiving is about the dinner…right? And I have to admit that’s my second favorite thing! ;-)

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9 comments:

  1. It's perfect Deb. I can't believe you found that banner for only $3!!! :-O That's a bargain. The only thing I think is missing are some legos and dinosaurs. Well, that's tucked into my Fall centerpiece right now. :-D xxoo, Barb

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  2. Deb it looks wonderful, I especially love the urns with the stack of pumpkins, so pretty and organic looking. Happy Fall!!

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  3. Deb, it is gorgeous! When you decorate you mantel I always wish I had one to decorate myself. It's just stunning, but I must admit the food is my favorite part also!
    hugs,
    Linda

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  4. Debbie, that is truly beautiful, just the right shade of teal blue-green for a Thanksgiving transition!
    Rita C at Panoply

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  5. So beautiful!!!....and such a gorgeous wreath!

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  6. I'm so jealous of those of you who have a mantle wide enough to decorate. Mine is the hardest place in my house to try to do anything with.

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  7. I love all that pretty green,great look Debbie. I love Thanksgiving and being with my sons and grandchildren. The guys always watch football after we eat and my dil and granddaughter go walking.It's a wonderful family time.Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family.

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  8. Debbie,
    Your mantle is gorgeous, dear friend!!!
    The blue/green pumpkins stacked atop the urns have me swooning!!!
    Isabella would be right at home with my son!!!
    Two years ago, Bill informed me, "It's all about the mashed potatoes and gravy, MoM!!!"
    Some kids just never grow up!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  9. Love your Fall/Thanksgiving Mantel....so pretty! I love the "change" you made to your wreath - mine still has the apples and is hanging on my front door! Thanks for sharing.....
    Blessings,
    Lanita

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Thanks so much for stopping by and taking the time to comment! I appreciate my wonderful readers!... Debbie