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?

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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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