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Harvest Mantle

Is time speeding up?  No?  I guess it's just that time of the year!

I have worked on so many projects this past week, and I didn't even post any of them!  On some of the projects, I didn't even take pictures!  Bad blogger!

I did take some pictures of my mantle, and I thought I would share that with you.  Here she is, updated for Thanksgiving.

This was so simple to put together.  A few gourds, some Indian corn, and hand printed banner.

I LOVE Indian corn! And a little bit of twine on an old bottle of corn kernels was an easy decoration!

For the banner, I cut triangles out of duck cloth and hand printed the letters with a Sharpie. 

Simple, yet lovely.  Just my style!

(If you missed the post on how I created this faux fireplace, you can read it here.)

I am thankful for all of the blessings in my life, and I am thankful for all of the sweet comments and encouraging e-mails that so many of you send to me!  I am so blessed!

Enjoy the Son!

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