Presenting my Boho Thanksgiving Tablescape!
I used a Cricut for some of these projects but it's not necessary. Use what you have! Graphics for the plates are included below. Don't worry about being traditional, use your favorite colors and don't forget to Make Your Mark!
Ready for my colorful, intimate Thanksgiving dinner!
I got this image from a dollar store calendar and love it on my new plates!
Use a pool noodle for a wreath base and you're half way there!
Watch how to make the entire table here!
THINGS I USED
Peacock printout (below)
Blue cotton fabric
Glitter ribbon (99c store)
Glue gun & packing tape
Print the peacock image on 8 1/2" x 11" paper and enlarge (on a laser copier) to 11" x 17"
Upload to your Cricut
Hey Mark, just love seeing what you have done every time I open one of your post. I also love all the color of your projects!ReplyDelete
Such great ideas! I love that you created your own colorful paper and then used them in the Cricut to cut out your leaves. So pretty!ReplyDelete
In love with this color scheme for Thanksgiving! Shared on my FB and following you on Youtube.ReplyDelete
This was wonderful! I love watching your ideas come to life, thanks so much for sharing!! :-)ReplyDelete
So cute! Of all the things I have made it never occured to me to do napkins. Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
Love all the ideas. I will be borrowing many of themReplyDelete
I have been a fan since "ten years younger" Big Assed Books are my bible for inspiration. Thank you for sharing. You are very talented. Wishing you all the best for Christmas and a very Happy New Year.ReplyDelete