Here's a simple centerpiece I did last November for a little dinner party. Casual as always, I pulled this Fall look together with things I had on hand:I used some heavy duty old-fashioned "dripless" candles, red maple leaves, chestnuts, satin ribbon and a large, oval pewter tray.
I wrote things that I was thankful for on some of the leaves using a white paint pen.
Please check out my other Fall posts for more seasonal Inspiring Ideas!
I love it when it all comes together with things you have on hand! The idea of writing things you are thankful for on the leaves is wonderful! I just might have to borrow that one! Thanks.
Cant Imagine with simple things... a centerpiece could look sooooo beautiful... lovely idea... I will give it a hot this thanksgiving...
How cute, to add white pen to the colored fall leave. Note to self: Must steal this idea :)
Even though I'm a California girl and it was 96 degrees here yesterday, I still LOVE Fall, and pretend we have seasons. This is a beautiful idea! Thanks for sharing :)
Very pretty! Thanks for the comment! I am now doing a giveaway... come back to see it!
So beautiful!! I especially love the added touch of the words written on the leaves...
I found your blog on the LWG blogroll... just looking to connect with other Christian women in the blog world...
Off to read more of your blog...
How very cute - love the writing on the leaves- great idea!!
Karla & Karrie
I just found your blog through a friend. Love your ideas. Thanks for inspiring me!
I LOVE the leaves! Great idea! I am going to try tht with my kids this season!
I love this! What a sweet idea to write things down... cute blog!
visiting via Heidi's Thanksgiving ideas post, great blog. This is such an elegant, yet simple idea, that I would't think of it, trying to do something elaborate that wouldn't look as nice. Great job!
This is my first visit to your blog. Love this simple but lovely centerpiece, and what a great idea to write on the leaves! laurie
Thank you, that was extremely valuable and interesting...I will be back again to read more on this topic.
Thanks for sharing this link, but unfortunately it seems to be down... Does anybody have a mirror or another source? Please reply to my post if you do!
I would appreciate if a staff member here at jeannewinters.blogspot.com could post it.
Thomas, I used a pewter tray. Not sure the link you're referring to ... But any mirror would look great with this concept!
I stumbled across this post through a Google search and absolutely love your fall decor! I shared a link on my blog... http://capturethelittlethingsathome.blogspot.com/2010/10/fall-decorating.html
This is a inquiry for the webmaster/admin here at jeannewinters.blogspot.com.
Can I use some of the information from your post right above if I provide a link back to this website?
you are a very clever person!
I just added your website on my blogroll. I may come back later on to check out updates. Excellent information!
Greetings! Very useful advice within this post! It is the little changes which will make the greatest changes. Thanks a lot for sharing!
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