I've been so busy playing with lamps that time got away from me...story of my life!
This morning, I got busy and worked on the entry.
Y'all know how I love to decorate with natural elements and tartan, especially for Thanksgiving and Christmas, so of course, I started with tartan.
It actually was a skirt in it's former life. I found it at GW, cut it apart and made a square and two scarf like pieces. I arranged the two pieces on the basket to look like a long scarf.
I tucked the antlers, tartan, some faux leaves and a little picture in a basket to hang on the stair railing...and added a horse brass.
This one has a little acorn on it.
These little terriers are so sweet.
The caption on the print says, "There's no place like home."
I put a pheasant figure, a turkey plate and a wire basket with oranges and pinecones on the chest.
I've been drying orange slices and making orange pomanders. This is a Fall project I've done for as long as I can remember. I need to buy more oranges. I couldn't find smallish ones, and had to take these monsters. They actually are almost the size of grapefruits.
I hope you're ahead of me in getting ready for Thanksgiving.
Soon the kids will be here, and we'll all be together for Thanksgiving.
I've left the light on for them.
There's no place like home...for Thanksgiving.
Thanks for stopping by.
Now, let's go see what's happening at these great parties...
The Tablescaper for Seasonal Sundays
Marty@ A Stroll Thru Life for Table Top Tuesday
http://www.thebungalowblogonline.com/ for everything Thanksgiving on Tuesday
Kim@ Savvy Southern Style for Wow Us Wednesdays
Sherry@No Minimalist Here for Open House Party
Debra@Common Ground for Vintage Inspiration Friday