Friday, November 7, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving

Wishing you all a Happy Thanksgiving

and to my family and friends that I know

may your plates be filled with love & happiness

May your blessings forever overflow
photo compliments of

I found this lovely photo above while surfing the Internet and absolutely fell in love with it. So simple yet elegant at the same time with its unconventional thanksgiving colors. Now here is a refreshing way to hang onto the warmer weather with its delightful pastel colors. So shabby chic yet still carrying on the traditional feel.

Just add that golden brown turkey and your set to go.
Since I have fallen so for the colors aqua and robins egg blue and love how she used them for Thanksgiving, I think I'll try a Christmas vignette using the the same shades. These are the colors of my business and will work just fine in my newly created office. Because I have so many grandchildren I will stick with the traditional colors in the rest of the house for them, but a small little area of my own sounds nice.
I'll post the photo soon.


Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

That really is a very pretty table. And those were the colors of my niece's wedding last and brown. I found your blog thru Rose Petals and Blooms while surfing today. We would love to have you join us for Pink Saturdays. You will love it. ~ Lynn

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Sheila said...

Hello Sandie, I too love the aqua and robins egg blue, but i love the aqua and pink color scheme alot.. Thank you for stopping in to my blog and here is your KICK... haha.. now let's do something to challenge each other.. Have any ideas? Keep up the beautiful blog... Sheila

Beverly said...

The table setting is gorgeous. I love setting pretty tables.

I just stopped in to welcome you to Pink Saturday. I'll try to stop back to read your Pink Saturday post.

Dee Light said...

What a great table!! That turkey is too funny.

Ellen said...

I am so sorry if that "up against the wall" post upset you. It was truly meant for a few friends who were heckling me during the presidental election. I would have explained more if I had a private email. I was extremely upset that night.

We are from the same rainy chilly neat is that?

Thank you for your concern, I feel like the "girl who cried wolf"

Looking forward to more blogging with you.
Kindredly, Ellen

Fifi Flowers said...

BEAUTIFUL table setting! I need to invest in some coordinating plates and cloth napkins!
Happy Thanksgiving!
Thank you for stopping by!

Amy said...

Thank you for the comment, and for sharing your blog, I enjoyed reading. I purchased the gloes at I do construction work and I wear PINK whenever I can.thanks again, Amy

Marina Capano said...

wow! so cute! I love your post!

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Miss(es) Canadian Pie said...

Hi Sondra! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. There are so many wonderful things to love on your blog! I can't wait to go through and look at more of your pictures.

Lynne Laura said...

I do love that picture from A Cottage Industry...the blue really looks nice with the brown.

Kindredly, Lynne Laura