I have about a hundred Christmas things to list in Etsy, so I've been busy this morning. I spent some time on Pinterest. I rearranged my shop. I checked my e-mail. So desperate was I to avoid listing chores, I even unloaded the dishwasher. Then it occurred to me: update your blog! Courtesy of the power of procrastination, here's a look at the Thanksgiving decor.
The shelves on the hutch in the living room are a combination of Napco turkey ware, postcards, honeycomb centerpieces and some turkey plates I found a few years back at Marshall's.
I very nearly sold the Napco candleholders (bottom left) but thankfully (no pun intended) I discovered in time that they were just what I needed to round out the Napco display. Another holiday crisis averted.
Elsewhere in the living room we have the traditional display of Gurley Thanksgiving candles.
In addition to being thankful for Gurley, Napco and Dennison, I am thankful for that terrific Pennsylvania auction, where I got this pretty leaf fabric.
The silverware box proved so useful at Halloween that it was pressed into service to corral additional candles and whatnot.
We'll close with this sweet Pilgim lady, a crepe paper creation by Dennison. And now I really, truly am going to get to work. My daughter will be home from school on Friday for Thanksgiving vacation, and she really, truly does not want to share her room with all of the Christmas stuff I need to list.