Monday, November 24, 2014

"Time for Thanksgiving"

 
Linda and Carol were "Elves" helping me with the Edgewater Christmas Boutique held a week ago. 
My two new friends ( Deb and Joyce) came to visit. They both live in our townhome area. 
 
 
I'm getting ready to be a vendor at the Market on 39th Street, December 6th and 7th, featuring over fifty vendors selling antiques, pottery, scarves, jewelry, art, baked goods and lot's more! 
 
We wish you a wonderful "Thanksgiving"!
 
We did a little decorating in our lower level with bittersweet and flowers we made from hedge apples. (Click on the pictures for a closer look).   

We also had fun creating a (fall) arrangement with a tree.  
  
 Thanksgiving blessings to you and your family! 
 

13 comments:

  1. What a lovely booth you have! And your decorating is beautiful, as always!
    Happy Thanksgiving to you, too! : )

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  2. I, too, just LOVE your decor - always inspires me!!

    Blessings on your venture at the Holiday Market! Such wonderful lovely friends for a lovely lady!!

    Blessed Thanksgiving to you and yours!

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  3. You have a wonderful booth full of so many goodies. Good Luck! Your Fall Holiday Decorations are pretty. Happy Thanksgiving to you!

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  4. I was just thinking about you and trusting you were doing well! Looks like you have been really busy. I wish you a very special Happy Thanksgiving my friend!!!!

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  5. Beautiful colors in your fall decorations. Best of luck at the December Market & I hope your Thanksgiving is a good one!

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  6. Good luck with your booth. So many lovely things. I can't believe you had all that bittersweet to decorate a tree.

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  7. I do enjoy your posts, sweet Carolyn!! A very happy and blessing-filled Thanksgiving holiday to you!! Hugs! :)

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  8. Thanks for visiting me. I am now going to follow you. I loved your pictures and enjoyed my visit.

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  9. Thank you for visiting my blog! I'm so glad you liked my christmas tree tutorial!
    Looks like you are going to be busy with the Market but it's sure to be fun!
    Wishing you every success
    Christine

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  10. Lovely decorations and craft show display! Would have loved to be there.

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  11. It looks like you have been very busy! Such pretty creations, and I really love the tree! Hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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  12. Lovely fall decorations at your house!! And the Holiday Market looks like it was a fun event. I have always enjoyed going to things like that. By the way, you are looking just great!! And so is your handsome fella! Carol

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  13. I would recommend requesting vegan cookbooks from your library and looking on the internet for ideas. I'd also recommend that you try out the recipe before actual thanksgiving, to be sure you know what you're doing, and it's even something you want to eat. Thanksgiving is too fun to let some recipe you tried for the first time completely bomb. Cast Resin Transformer

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