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November 23, 2010


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I think I need a honeycomb pumpkin field. I have a small collection of turkeys, but I've never found a really nice way of displaying them. I love your vingette, as usual.....you have such a way with things.

laurie magpie ethel

Thanksgiving collection clarification- your third photo. I do have three of those wax turkeys...forgot to include them in the photo shoot and too lazy to go take a photo of them (has been in the 20s here and not wanting to stand outside taking turkey photos!) We do have more in common after all....xo


Love the line about 16 and 19 year olds being the most cheerful helpers!! I have 2 boys ages 16 and 19 and I know all about how cheerful they can be about helping mom! LOL!
Happy Thanksgiving!!!


you've got quite the collection!! happy thanksgiving!! susan


I adore your Thanksgiving collections. I am of the opinion that one can never have too many turkeys.
My husband looked around in the dining room and said "You sure do have a lot of turkeys, sweetie" - and all I could do was think about the ones I was sorry I passed up at the thrift stores recently. It is getting to the point around here (or maybe it's already gotten there) where if I bring anything else into this house, there quite literally is NOWHERE to keep it. As it is, my myriad bins full of holiday decorations have to be stored elsewhere.
Sheesh. It's a sickness.
I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving, Barbara!

Lavender Dreams

How sweet they all are! Happy Thanksgiving my friend! Hugs, Diane ♥

Brenda Kula

I have Thanksgiving alone, as my husband works. And I'm blissful about it. Because I don't have to cook and I get to make ornaments for my tree all day!

Beth Leintz

You are absolutely the queen of vintage holiday decor- you should write a book.

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