The first day of November means it’s time to change the mantel again. I want to say this mantel is going to take me through to Thanksgiving, but it might not. I love changing my mantel and it’s usually the first thing I decorate for the season or holiday. I always start by bringing all the decor possibilities to one place. I didn’t even know I had this many white pumpkins.
And here’s what I came up with. I can’t believe how fast it came together.
I’ve had most of the candle holders for a couple years. The white ones were just purchased at Ikea last week.
I’ve had so many questions and comments about this picture of my girls. I thought now would be a good time to let you know more about one of my favorite pictures. It was taken last Fall at a local corn maze. The girls were walking ahead of us and just linked hands. They were talking and having so much fun, I couldn’t resist taking a picture. I edited the picture myself and then ordered the canvas through Canvas People. You can order your favorite picture on canvas too. Just click on the Canvas People ad above my header and order your free canvas now (maybe you should wait till after you finish reading this post though).
I think the tall candle holder has a permanent home on my mantel. I just seems to fit with every season.
The wreath was taken off my other old window and moved here. I added the brown ribbon. I’m really loving deep brown right now.
So, what do you think? I love it!
I still need to make a Thanksgiving bunting that I’ll be adding later. I kept the basket in front of the fireplace.
More Thanksgiving decor to come. Thanks for visiting!
I’m linking to:
Topsy Turvy Tuesday at I’m Topsy Turvy
Countdown To Thanksgiving Party at Domestically Speaking
Get Your Craft On at Today’s Creative Blog
Lucky Linky Tuesday at Lucky Star Lane
Creative Share Wednesday at The Trendy Treehouse
Transformation Thursday at The Shabby Chic Cottage
Days of Thanksgiving Holiday Party at It’s a Blog Party
DIY Projects for Fall at The DIY Showoff
Remodelaholics Anonymous Meeting at Remodelaholic
Show and Tell Saturday at Be Different, Act Normal