Thanksgiving Mantle

I wanted to give you a quick glimpse at my Thanksgiving mantle in case it provides some inspiration for your Thanksgiving decorations.

This year, I wanted a color-scheme that was really calming and easy on the eyes! It’s all neutrals with some muted golds for sparkle and interest.

The centerpiece is a gorgeous printable I found at Positively Splendid. It is free and looks so classy!

I found the gold frame at the Dollar Store. So this whole thing cost me a Dollar plus a little ink.

I fell in love with the cornhusk poms I found at Centsational girl! They are a little tedious to make, but I love the way they add some fun and whimsy to a celebration, while keeping the neutral tones and tying in to the harvest theme.

Did you decorate your mantle for Thanksgiving or have you already decorated for Christmas?

Comments

  1. Kendra, it looks LOVELY! So glad you like the printable. :)

  2. Your site is unbelievable. I wish I could pick your brain for an hour.

  3. This is simple, yet beautiful! I love it! I need to make fake mantle since we don’t have a real one.

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  1. [...] hung large cornhusk poms over the table, like the smaller ones found on my Thanksgiving mantle. (Idea originally from Centsational Girl). I really love the effect they [...]

  2. [...] I taped off stripes on the square vase. I picked up a couple of bunches of inexpensive daisies from the grocery store and put a couple of blooms in each vase. The vases then lined the back of the serving table since there wasn’t room on the table. I borrowed the rest of the serving table decor from my Thanksgiving mantle. [...]

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