>Thanksgiving Decor

>This weekend was wonderful…my husband and I snuck up to my parents lake cabin for the weekend. I posted some pictures of the place on this post . SOO relaxing! It’s fun to just wear sweats, no make-up, and sit in front of the fire 🙂 I actually brought my sewing machine up this time…and I got a LOT of coasters sewn! I got the idea from this post from the blog 33 shades of Green . I took some remnant fabrics up to the lake with me, and used felt to line the insides of the coasters. Look at all of the coasters I finished!

I am going to use them as part of gifts for friends for Christmas…but I can’t give all of those details online yet…just in case they are reading 🙂

Here’s the patterns I used:

When we came home, I convinced my husband to let us go to the food store that just happened to be in the same shopping center as Michaels…just so I could check out their after-Halloween sales 🙂 They didn’t disappoint either! Everything was 70% off :). Here’s the display I came up with when I got home:
First of all…notice how it’s all on my favorite little end table? 🙂

Here’s a close-up of the frame in the back:

My mother in law gave me this frame a few years ago…I put scrapbook paper behind the glass, and then hot-glued 2 little leaves from the flowers I got today onto the glass. I then cut out some circles from my scrapbook paper, used some scrapbooking letters, and hot-glued some ribbon from Wal*Mart on the bottom.

I really like how it all looks together 🙂

Have you started decorating for Thanksgiving yet? There’s SO many cute ideas out there!!

Don’t forget to enter my give-away!! It ends this Friday! 🙂

Comments
14 Responses to “>Thanksgiving Decor”
  1. alissa says:

    >I'm glad you liked the tutorial – your coasters look great! And wow – you got a lot done!

  2. >You got some great stuff on clearance. That is always so nice! Love the coasters you made too. Looks like you got a lot done.

  3. >Such a cute frame! I really like everything you added to it!Thanks for linking up to SS!Hannah

  4. >Great job. I need to start decorating for Thanksgiving soon!!!

  5. anne maskell says:

    >Amazing! I can't believe how many coasters you finished! Good for you! I love your frame, and I may just have to steal your idea. I'm visiting from keep it simple, hope you visit me too! http://www.amaskellantics.com/

  6. Michelle L. says:

    >Wow, that's a load of coasters! Super cute fabrics, they look great. The frame is adorable, too!

  7. >Everything looks so great! You are so talented and creative!

  8. Cristie says:

    >Your thanksgiving decorations look really nice…I have got to get busy and get mine out. Thanks for sharing your talents.

  9. Stephanie says:

    >Cute frame– what a good idea!

  10. >I'm making fabric coasters for Christmas gifts this year too. Yours look great!

  11. Allison says:

    >You sure were busy with those coasters! Great job! And your decor is super cute!Thanks for linking up this and your classroom to my party! 🙂

  12. >Now you know I went back and read lots of your posts. I like the school ones, since I just retired. I love what you did with that bench, and I was so surprised when you said you then sold it! Good job.

  13. >Your coasters look great – what cute fabric!

  14. Lindy says:

    >I love your coasters. Great fabrics, too!

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