Wednesday, November 3

FUN THANKSGIVING TABLE IDEAS

Greetings, dear reader!

As promised, I am back with some fun ideas for your thanksgiving table! 

 First, however, I would like to say how thankful I am for all the artists (of every stripe) in the world. Artists like Mary Engelbrieit who share their love and passion via their incredible artwork makes my heart soar! Thank you! You make the world a more beautiful place and I for one do NOT take that for granted!

I recently purchased some old editions of Home Companion magazine...I just love how Mary shares her artwork in each edition! Here is a sweet image that I absolutely adore:

I just love the sweetness of this image...so I started thinking about ways I could use it on my table...first, I did a little photoshop magic...



I moved the "Thank God" sentiment to the bottom of the stack of leaves, and then expanded the "leaf pile" outward. Trim around the image and voila! Napkin rings! (cut additional rectangles of white paper and glue to the edges of the images if you need to make the napkin rings a bit larger!) Be sure to click on the images twice to get the full sheet size to open.

Print one image per page and make "thankful crowns" for each guest and family member...



Again cut to size a strip of white paper and glue to the edges of the image to create a paper crown!

I hope you have fun with these adorable images! More soon!

Hugs,
Paula Clare

5 comments:

Nan said...

These are so sweet and thank you for fixing them up for us.

Little Messy Missy said...

Very cute! I received the Wild West tags the other day...very cute! Thanks
xoxoxoxoxo

BucksCountyFolkArt said...

Uck. One of these days I gotta get myself a new computer and photoshop so I can do cool things like this!

Thanks for sharing,
Jill

Sandy said...

Paula,
Youa re so much fun!!!!!! Thank you for this! ME and Thanksgiving...how perfect! :) Sandy

Cindy said...

Paula..that picture of you and the turkey hat..oh my..wiping my eyes with laughter tears!lol

Thank you for these napkin images..they are so cute.

There is a lot to be thnkful for!

Hugs from Cindy Rick-Rack and Gingham