Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Happy Falli-Days: Thanksgiving

Hey there!
We are so excited to bring you Happy Falli-days this week,
filled with lots of inspiration from Reverse Confetti.
We have a theme for each day, so you'll want to check out 
the Reverse Confetti blog to see the complete list of who's posting today.

Our theme for today is Thanksgiving and since
it was Thanksgiving this past weekend (yes, it was!)
I thought I'd share my Thanksgiving table with you.

I wanted to show you the chalkboard I decorated for our meal.
I copied the pumpkin from Pumpkin Patch and used
a similar style of fonts to complete the sentiment.

I bought a new table runner and coordinating napkins for my table and 
decided to make some pretty napkin holders to match.

I wrapped my folded napkin around my cutlery and then
wrapped a piece of white woodgrain cardstock around it to hold it in place.

I diecut my Thankful Pretty Panel Confetti Cuts from scarlet jewel
cardstock and attached with with some classic kraft button twine.

Here's a list of the other Reverse Confetti DT that are sharing
Thanksgiving projects today on their blogs:

Thanks for looking!


Lisa H. said...

so pretty Leigh. I love how you used that Pretty Panel. Looks great and love your chalkboard, too.

~amy~ said...

Lovely....great use of the pretty panel and always love your chalkboard :)

Unknown said...

Love the chalkboard

Audrey Pettit said...

Oh, I was just thinking about making Thanksgiving napkin holders, and here you are with some amazing inspiration! I LOVE these, Leigh! Loving the woodgrain in the crisp white mixed with the rustic twine, and that is SUCH a fun way to use that thankful confetti cut. Your table looked uhmazing! LOVE your chalkboard design, too! You totally nailed the look of that adorable pumpkin stamp set!

Megan Carroll said...

So pretty Leigh!!

yyam said...

It's simple and elegant! Your chalkboard looks amazing!

I Card Everyone said...

Wood grain cardstock and table-scaping = LOVE!!! Leigh, this is so gorgeous ... happy Thanksgiving to you!
=] M

cm said...

It's those 'little' details that have maximum impact, Leigh. Simple, elegant, classy and, above all else, thoughtful!