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Saturday, November 16, 2013

Thinking of Thanksgiving Decorations?

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, but the warmth of harvest colors and themes of plenty are the kind of thing I'd like to keep around all year. If you are in the market for something special this year, you should drop by, but don't wait too long. As of writing this, I can ship these anywhere in the US in time for Thanksgiving, but that window is closing. Please allow 10 postal days, based on the postal service recommendations.

The perfect mug for hot coffee on Thanksgiving morning.
When you get everyone gathered around the table, you can entertain both kids and adults alike with this vintage centerpiece set! The individual squirrels are candlestick holders.
Gravy, anyone?  

By the way, I have two of these sets, for anyone expecting big crowds! Here is the other one.
And speaking of condiments servers, how about this really nice duo server. Its smaller size is perfect for cranberry sauce, relish, or other toppings. Each lid has a notch for the spoon.

Here's a way to keep that old time feeling around the Thanksgiving table; these souvenir shakers are from Colonial Williamsburg. They are done in the classic cream and treacle brown that was popular in the early days of America.
No matter what you are eating, don't forget to be thankful! The pies can cool nicely on this iron and tile trivet from the 70s.
And you can eat pie off of these "Leaf O'Gold" dishes!
After-dinner snacking? Yup, I've got that covered with this vintage chip and dip bowl. It has the recipe for blue cheese spread right in the bowl!

Come on over and shop with me. I'd love to work with you. Don't forget to have a wonderful and warm Thanksgiving!

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