Thanksgiving Table Decoration

Kimberly Van Diepen Stampin' Up



Kimberly Van Diepen stampin up



This year we are having Thanksgiving Dinner with friends.  The beautiful thing is they are having it catered.  NO COOKING.  Not even a PIE! I have to bring something otherwise it wouldn't fee right.  It thought I would dress up the table a bit with a few Thanksgiving Table Decorations.  

It was a quick project with just a few supplies.  Here is what you will need…

Stamps: Gently Falling, Fabulous Phrases

Ink: More Mustard and Old Olive

Crumb Cake CS 1/2 x 4

Orchard Harvest Designer Series Paper 1 1/4 x 8 1/2

First Edition Designer Paper 2" x 8 1/2

Crumb Cake Scalloped Tulle Ribbon approx. 32" 

Linen Thread & Needle

Vintage Brad

You can view the video below and see how I put the Table Decoration together.  Will you be making something for the table this Thanksgiving? 


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4 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Table Decoration”

  1. Beautiful project!  Thanks for the video…I'm such a visual learner!  I could see writing a name on the tag and making them placecards too!  Thanks so much again!

  2. wow wow wow!  these are absolutely wonderful!  if i get my to'do's knocked out ahead of schedule i am definitely going to give these a shot.  thanks for the video tutorial and creative idea!!  🙂

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