Thanksgiving Place Settings
Acorns and leaves in brown, crimson and gold make for an easy Thanksgiving placesetting from www.marthastewart.com
Having children at your Thanksgiving meal? This is the perfect tablescape for them. Brown craft paper, crayons, and pears in pots make them feel "grown up" but leave easy clean-up for the adults!
From www.marthastewart.com is this easy idea for a quick place setting. Take ordinary leaves from your backyard and press between two glass plates.
As a mom with two little children, I'm always looking for new traditions to start. I've seen this in a few publications this year, and I plan on buying my own special tablecloth for us to write on and date at each holiday. Here's the instructions online:
Homeade Blessings Tablecloth-from www.parentsconnect.com
Here are 2 easy ideas from MyHomeIdeas.com
On the left, they've taken a simple single leaf and with a metallic pen wrote each guest's initials. I love the use of the leaves, and how it contrasts with the gold pen and the chocolate brown napkin.
Down below, a linen napkin, some sprigs of fresh herbs and a simple cardstock showcasing the guest's name makes for a very "green" place setting.
Happy Tablescaping! (Is that a word??)