Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Quick and easy Thanksgiving centerpieces

Thanksgiving is next week and everybody is thinking of the turkey and giblets but one way to make this festive meal even more special is by setting a warm and inviting table. Here are a few inexpensive centerpiece ideas that you can use to make it look special. Collect an odd number of pillar candles all different heights and set in the middle of the table. Add fall colored plaid linen napkins and tie each with raffia and sit a small pumpkin on each plate with a name on it for place settings. Instead of a centerpiece, create a tiny arrangement of fall flowers in little vases, cups or glasses at each person's place. Use calico napkins in fall colors and tie each with a ribbon. Tuck a flower under each ribbon bow. I will be on the look out for a fall colored table runner to use on my thanksgiving table. I will let you know what kind a bargain I can find!

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