I interup this quilt show report to wish everyone (in the USA) a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Some random photos of my stuffed turkeys and other decorations--
The turkey on the right started it all...I made it about 15 years ago.
For years I have collected vintage postcards. My rule for Thanksgiving was it had to have a turkey.
I found this spun copper colored, glittered metal nest at Homegoods this year. I have big Homegoods love.
I've been collecting Fair Winds china for years. I also pick up the occasional non-matching brown transferware. The George Washington covered sugar bowl is a favorite.
Homegoods, again....Spode Thanksgiving transferware and other misc.
This is my family room mantel. I feel bad that I don't have an Native American couples, must work on that. Aren't those portraits kitch-alicious? They are painted on plywood. I got them at a garage sale years ago.
These turkeys are only temporary by the hearth. coco would have them gutted in 2 seconds.
This year we will have a one child returning to the nest, and the other on the wing.
Whether your celebration is large or small, I wish you a festive and Blessed Thanksgiving.
I'm giving thanks to all the nice friends I've met through this blog. Every comment encourages me to keep posting. So Thank You all!