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Thanksgiving Mantel Decorating Challenge

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It seems like yesterday that my kids were starting school back in August. Now we are decorating for Thanksgiving! Time sure does fly.

I hope you've had a wonderful week. I'm feeling a bit giddy….we finally have sunshine in SC. We've had weeks of clouds and rain. The sun sure lifts the spirits.

My group of blogging girls makes me happy as well. They are all so creative and do such a fabulous job of inspiring us all. 

Last month I shared my Halloween Mantel for One Space, Three Ways. 

This month I removed the spooky and replaced with pilgrims!

 

Thanksgiving mantel for one space, three ways by Our Southern Home

 

I've mixed a few real white pumpkins with my dollar store painted ones. 

 

Thanksgiving mantel for one space, three ways by Our Southern Home

 

The “Give Thanks” sign is a new project that I'll be sharing next week.

 

Thanksgiving mantel for one space, three ways by Our Southern Home

 

This time, I let the oil painting with the fall-like colors be the focal point. The pilgrims were $2 for the set – thrift store find. 

 

Thanksgiving mantel for one space, three ways by Our Southern Home

 

The got a coat of antique white spray paint. 

 

Thanksgiving mantel for one space, three ways by Our Southern Home

 

The hydrangeas were dried. I've been using them for several years now. They go with so much!

 

Thanksgiving mantel for one space, three ways by Our Southern Home

 

I filled up my olive bucket with faux pumpkins.

 

Thanksgiving mantel for one space, three ways by Our Southern Home

 

Lately, it looks like my photos aren't complete without a photo of Bentley. He is right in the middle of everything. I moved that pillow from the leather chair that he was sitting in. I placed it in that chair. He had to go jump up there with it. Such a stinker!

 

Thanksgiving mantel for one space, three ways by Our Southern Home

 

Be sure to check out the other One Space, Three Way challenges below.

Refresh Restyle

Artsy Chicks Rule

Restoration Redoux

Duke Manor Farm

Our Southern Home

Confessions of a Serial Do-It-Yourselfer

 

Also on OSH!  Cozy Fall Ideas for the Home

Are you following the Decor Enthusiast Facebook Group? We have so much fun over there. It’s a place to share your decorating & DIY adventures as well as ask advice! We’d love to have you! Just remember….it’s a nice group…no negativity allowed. You can find it HERE.

Don’t forget to join the challenge on Instagram with #DecorEnthusiast :)

  Next month we are starting weekly shares just for Instagram. We hope you will join in the fun!

Monthly Instagram share challenge! Join the fun and have a chance to be shared across 6 accounts!

RestorationRedoux – ArtsyChicksRule – OurSouthernHome – ChristyKJames – RefreshRestyle – Duke Manor Farm 

We also have a Pinterst Board for our group that you can follow to keep up with past challenges! You can follow it HERE.

 

I’d love for you to follow along on social media!

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6 Comments

  1. Pretty, Christy!! That beautiful picture is the perfect backdrop. Love that you spray painted those pilgrims too! You should post Bentley’s IG handle when you share him, people might like to follow his adventures. 🙂

  2. Bentley is king! I just adore those little pilgrims.It’s nice to see those little signs of how I remember decorating for Thanksgiving when I was growing up.

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