Saturday, November 20, 2010

Thanksgiving Around the House

A little mushroom man among the turkeys..made of paper clay on a wood spool.

My big paper turkey...

A couple of favorite Fall advertising labels..

A *Ikea frame with a fav old postcard..
A Turkey nodder made by Jerry Arnold, old glass teapot , pretty embossed postcard and Scott Smith Veggie lanterns..
Nicol Sayre dolls and tiny tin plates..

Turkeys and tins on my shelf and a honeycomb turkey on the fridge..
Tin plates and Turkey paper plate with matching napkin..a bunch of vintage Pumpkin labels on tins, old turkey postcards and turkeys.. Finally hung up my new print a John Gould Owl in a vintage gold frame..
Got a bunch of reproduction fruit crate labels on ebay so will change out with the seasons.
More turkeys, Lori Ann Coralis pumpkin baby,old Libby can and old ad framed..
Yes..even a few more turkeys! [ a couple of chicks in the crowd too] and even more are still in the cupborad along with turkey plates! Turkeys are popping up all over the house..

Well, been playing with dolls and baking.. even did some sewing on my new mini machine [ will chat later about that!] besides some serious working... Will have a few items posted after Thanksgiving on Etsy...that's all for now.. time to go watch a couple of movies tonight...


vivian said...

hey Debra! LOVe all your wonderful thanksgiving decorations. I think you have more decorations than anyone I know! Are we still on for our swap? Did we decide on reindeer? and if so, when do you want to mail? I'm thinking we had decided the end of november.. but correct me if I'm wrong!
have a wonderful thanksgiving!

Len said...

What a great display for Thanksgiving. We celebrate Thanksgiving in Canada on the second Monday in October.

Have a very Happy Thanksgiving!

Ms Bingles Vintage Christmas said...

Oh, your little mushroom man is soooooo cute!
You are very talented!
Thank you for sharing!

Carrie said...

that's quite a collection! Love it all! :) Happy Thanksgiving! :)

ArtzeeChris said...

Wow I love all your treasures! I especially love the turkeys! I'm so jealous because we have to keep our home fairly sparce these days. I have to wonderful boys who are both on the autism spectrum, and all the fun things you have would never survive in our house. LOL but I can enjoy other's pretty things vicariously through the internet :)

Love your blog will definately be a follower

madyjojjef said...

I have just one word its Osmium.
I'll use your concept on this Christmas to decorate my party lawns.

Cathy ~ Tadpoles and Teacups said...

Gobble, gobble!
It's always fun to stop by your blog -- so many lovely and inspiring images.

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