you’re invited to celebrate Thanksgiving with me

Hey, hey, hey, hey…what’s happening?! A LOT is happening here at MHC (Mrs.Hines Class)!

Today, Jami at Freckled Laundry, one of my lovely co-hosts of the Thanksgiving Traditions: N-S-E-W is sharing a denim and dot leaf centerpiece.

And just in case you’ve missed the previous posts in our series:

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Heather at Setting for Four (Canada) shared a beautiful tablescape.
Tracey at Notes from a Cottage Industry (Northwest, USA) created some adorable Thanksgiving printables.
Heather & Vanessa of At the Picket Fence (Midwest) showed us how to make a cornhusk napkin ring.
Cheri of It’s So Very Cheri (South) made a very cute bunting.
And next week, Clydia of Three Mango Seeds will share front door and porch decor.

And every hostess also shared a wonderful recipe.  Remember this is a link party and you can link your projects, decor and recipes at any of the hostesses blogs.

Also, I want to let you know about a LIVE event that I’ll be hosting with Ann Drake of On Sutton Place and Jane Windham of Cottage at the Crossroads.

Join us tomorrow at *5:00 P.M. CST on Google + or Youtube as we share ideas for using natural elements in your Thanksgiving decor.

*I will be sharing the recording here at MHC for anyone who isn’t able to tune in at that time.

Until next time,

Sharon

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After 17 years in an elementary classroom, Mrs. Hines retired from teaching to pursue her passions: decorating, writing and homemaking. While her formal education is in teaching, she discovered her talent for design at a young age and is a self-taught decorator. Mrs. Hines' DIY spirit has earned her appearances on the show Deals which airs on the Live Well Network. She continues to teach and inspire on her popular Lifestyle blog, Mrs. Hines' Class. Homemaking is Mrs. Hines' first love. So, when she isn't decorating or writing, you can find her at home watching television with Mr. Hines or trying to keep up with her teenaged daughter.

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  1. Thank you for sharing my centerpiece, Sharon. Happy to be co-hosting with you!

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