Welcome to this week’s Share Your Style #184!
I am Barbara Chapman of French Ethereal and I’ll be your host this Thanksgiving week. Hopefully this party finds you enjoying a wonderful holiday meal, a few football games and a fun movie or two with family and friends.
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Here’s what I’ve shared recently at French Ethereal:
A Soft Romantic Thanksgiving Tablescape
Featuring these sweet Baby Boo, Cinderella and white velvet pumpkins and a little bird I found while out thrift shopping last year in a lovely table setting.
Here is the link to the pumpkin tutorial for you.
How to Create Candlesticks from Old Lamps
This tutorial has lots of photographs to follow as I was cutting metal with a hacksaw and jigsaw then filling holes and finishing with chalk paint. I’m loving how these turned out and hope you will try to make some of your own.
Now onto this week’s party with
The features from last week’s SYS ~
Love this sweet handmade sugarplums sign
designed by Leanna of Faeries and Fauna for her child’s bedroom ~ perfect for good
I am also enchanted with this beaded garland by Debra at Shoppe No. 5. I was thinking that if it were tweaked just a bit and painted into holiday colors these would look great on one’s
Fun repurpose of old sewing spools, too.
Then I found these whimsical carolers are looking ever festive and giving their thanks at Debbee’s Buzz.
Her Christmas Dickens carolers were also out on display and were doing double-duty for both Thanksgiving and Christmas.
I also had to add these Blushing Bleached Pinecones as Yvonne of Stone Gable has created something after my own heart… I made some bleached pinecones several years ago and these would be fun to remake with their natural gilded tips!
This feature I chose because I love a beautifully set table and this traditional fall colored table created by Amber of Follow The Yellow Brick Home
personifies Thanksgiving to me.
Lastly, this sweet crystal-covered Christmas + raffia
snowy luminary created by Tracy Lee of Mia Bella Passion was another favorite. I love Christmas crafts and this is a perfect gift to make for anyone
on your list this year.
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From all of us at Share Your Style we wish you a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving…