Welcome to day three of our Collection of Thanksgiving Vignettes and other inspiring seasonal decor. We are truly thankful to have you visit and look forward to you sharing your Thanksgiving inspiration with us on our regular upcoming Thursday link party.
If you missed the tour yesterday you can catch the inspiration right here.
Yesterday our dear Hostess Stacey from Poofing The Pillows, shared her Thanksgiving vignette in the midst of moving and building her forever home.
Today on At Home With Jemma I am sharing and savoring November with you all!
One could even say I am basking in the Autumn glow of plum trees changing color in the most subtle of ways.
Here are a few trees in our backyard where the leaves are gilded in a slight gold illumination.
Even our massive, majestic resident hawk, while preening himself in the shadows of lime colored mesquite tree, gives a thankful nod to the cooler weather of Fall.
We have to beg for Fall in Texas and warm weather can continue well into December.
So I use faux pumpkins, gourds, greenery, leaves and fruit and then combine it all with some refreshing colorful bouquets.
All of these thankful moments circle about me like colorful falling leaves as I prepare our outdoor table on the patio where we will share a little Thanksgiving happiness.
I am reminded today of those simple joys which have been shared throughout the years, from growing up on our farm with my tiny family of four to our blossoming family of many.
I created this simple, natural and budget friendly Thanksgiving table using mostly recycled items. I have many bins of decorating material in my attic.
This year I even pulled some greenery off a wreath and you might have seen me in a field picking just a little cotton…shhh…
Our outdoor fireplace needed some pizzazz so I created two topiaries by placing metal orbs upside down in my clay pots and then tucked in faux sunflowers and fall garland in the top of the orbs.
I love a mix of color against neutral, the infusion of it delights me every time.
If you follow me on Instagram, I recently shared a photo of carnations.
I feel that carnations are often times overlooked, they are a very showy flower, economical and long lasting. I enjoy incorporating them into different vignettes and arrangements.
My husband love spices cake, gingerbread cake…me I love chocolate and caramel, so we will have both on our dessert table, along with this easy holiday pumpkin roll.
Thank you for joining us all today and above all I am wishing each one of you a Thanksgiving where your plates are full of love, joy, good health, kindness and a heart that is always grateful.
Up next on our Thanksgiving vignette tour is the energetic, artistic creator Cristina from
Remodelando la Casa you will not want to miss the opportunity to become inspired with her
Michael Lee West is an author, foodie, gardener and is currently nesting in her new home.
Today she is sharing her Thanksgiving joy at Rattlebridge Farm.
Now it is time to hop on over and Patina and Paint. Tammy shares her beautiful Table with us and a mindset of that everyone can have a beautiful and unique home with very little money.
Jill is the talent behind the scenes of Sew a Fine Seam and she is sharing her creativity and a beautiful Thanksgiving vignette, while managing her own business and homeschooling her children.
Tomorrow is our special edition and 40th week of Thoughts Of Home On Thursday.
We hope you will share your special Fall or Thanksgiving inspired creations with us.
On Friday the Stunning Thanksgiving Vignette Tour continues with your lovely
hostess Laura from White Spray Paint.
Tuesday – November 8th
Wednesday – November 9th
Thursday – November 10th
Friday – November 11th