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I've hung up my dress-for-success clothes, and pulled my domestic "genes" out of storage.

Friday, November 7, 2014

Easy Thanksgiving Lanterns

Thanksgiving Lanterns - So simple... just fill with mini pumpkins, pine cones, leaves, gourds, cranberries, acorns, faux fruit, etc. --- Ms. Toody Goo Shoes

Are you starting to get panicky, 
thinking about everything that needs to be done for Thanksgiving?

Well, I'd like to give you a hand.
No, I'm not going to make the cranberry sauce, 
and I can't bake the desserts,
but I can give you a little help with your decor.

These super-easy Thanksgiving lanterns take almost no time to put together. 
Plus, you can make them in advance, so it's one less thing to worry about on Thanksgiving day. 
Even if you're not hosting turkey-day dinner,
these lanterns can be used in any room of the house,
to add a little autumn cheer. 

Come visit me at A Little CLAIREification today,
and I'll show you what I made.
I'd love it if you would leave me a comment at Claire's, 
so that I know you stopped by!

I'll provide the transportation to Claire's...
just click here, and we'll be there in an instant. 

11 comments:

  1. Very nice. I've seen lanterns used in fall decor this year. It thinks it's a great look, and I'll hop over to Claire's for a closer look. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving the nice comment. ~ Nancy

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  2. I am getting some kind of weird pop-up on that other site asking me for more information about my blogging website...I thought that was odd....just thought you might want to know-

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  3. I love your lanterns you made for fall, so pretty and festive!
    Julie

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  4. I saw a lantern like this today for...wait for it...wait for it...

    $290! YIKES! I must be hanging out at the wrong places :(.

    Heading over for a closer look and maybe I'll learn about where to get these without selling my kidney.

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  5. I like this idea…I've got two lanterns that I only use in the summer that would be perfect.

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  6. No thanksgiving for me... But the lantern is so lovely, I think I'm i the mood te decorate anyway!

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  7. not sure what we'll do for Thanksgiving...haven't given it much thought!

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  8. Popped over to Claire's; love all your fall colours and the lantern idea is very pretty, Amy. It's amazing what one can do with a few fall accessories! Happy Sunday!

    Poppy

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