Halloween has passed, and I’m so very sad. To get over my sadness, I spent most of last night changing my decorations to Thanksgiving inspired decor and setting my dining room table.
Our celebrations are traditionally very low key and laid back. We visit my family for lunch, and Jerad’s for dinner. Even though we aren’t home to celebrate Thanksgiving in the same way for other holidays, I still decorate the house in a little turkey day decor.
I loved the embroidery hoop wreath I made for Halloween so much, I made one for the front door this Thanksgiving. I found the fabric at Joann’s and thought it perfectly described all the things we love about Thanksgiving. Gathering together with family, counting our blessings and giving thanks for all that we have been blessed with.
The supplies for this project are the same as my other wreath, and so are the directions. Visit this entry HERE, for detailed instructions.
1/4 yard of fabric
1 Embroidery Hoop
1 Spool of ribbon
4 Pieces of Felt (Cream, Blue, Burgundy, and Green)
- Amanda is a native of Richmond, VA. She enjoys writing, blogging, traveling, shopping, and spending time with friends and family.