Simple Solutions: Setting your Thanksgiving table

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  • I love taking items I already have and creating something spectacular from it. I have gourds remaining from Halloween, painter’s paper from when we painted our home last month, twine I found in the garage, black and white photos I had made but didn’t use for my office, ball jars and a couple yards of burlap found in my closet. With these, I’ve created some rustic table setting ideas for Thanksgiving. Enjoy.
    Tilt a jar on it’s side inserting a votive holder
    and candle. Insert a photograph and light!
    Twine wrapped utensils and a kraft envelope
    with card for guests to write what they’re
    thankful for. This card can double as a place card!
    Gourds sit atop candlesticks and on the charger.
    Painter’s paper is think and therefore lays flat.
    Cut to make place mats. You can also make them
    larger and use a gold paint pen to write sentiments
    or names.
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