Thanksgiving Traditions N-S-E-W continues at Three Mango Seeds

We’re headed to the Midwest to visit Clydia @ Three Mango Seeds for the last stop in our Traditions N-S-E-W Thanksgiving party.  Clydia is showing us her front porch fall decor, just in time for welcoming guests on Thanksgiving Day.

It has been so much fun seeing traditions from across the US and Canada.  And it was a pleasure to co-host with these lovely ladies:

Heather at Setting for Four (Canada) shared a beautiful tablescape.
Tracey at Notes from a Cottage Industry (Northwest, USA) created some adorableThanksgiving 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 I shared my Fall mantel decor.

mantel, home decor, DIY, leaf garland, barley twist candle sticks, candles, clock, pinecones, traditional

It’s also been a real treat to see YOUR Fall decor and hear about your Thanksgiving traditions.

Like this welcome vignette by Decorated Chaos,

Shirley’s We Gather Together monogram,

And Sophia’s planter box centerpiece is absolutely stunning.

I’m completely captivated by The Burlap Cottage’s front porch,

and Dear Emmeline’s chalkboard centerpiece is so charming.

I can’t wait to see more.  This is the last week to join in.   You can link up here, at Three Mango Seeds, or any of the other hostesses blogs.

See you in class,

Mrs. Hines

 

Comments

  1. Thank you so much for featuring my front porch! The other features are so lovely! I enjoy your blog immensely.

  2. Leanne, your feature is well-deserved! You have a beautiful blog and your porch couldn’t be more charming. You are very talented!

  3. Thanks so much Sharon for featuring my mantel among all those gorgeous inspirations!!….

  4. I just love your mantel, Shirley!

  5. What absolutely amazing Thanksgiving/autumn displays. People are so creative.

  6. They sure are, Lois. I’m continually amazed!

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