Monday, November 19, 2012

Fall Table {working the napkins}

Is it Monday already?! I can't believe how quickly the weekend went. As I promised you lovelies on Friday, I have a little peek of my Thanksgiving day tablescape. I am sure my table the day of will have Olly's crayons on it from some mid morning coloring (a.k.a. Momma is cooking and your little hands need to stay out of the kitchen). As well as, some pumpkin pudding with bites missing out of it. But in my dream world, where everything is cooked on time, my hair is nicely in place, and there is no chasing of little feet around the house...this is what it would look like.

My favorite things are my no cost, easy DIY napkin ring holders. I simply used some left over doilies and some brown paper I had on hand to create some dainty looking magic.

Now I just have to say prayers that my favorite lil' turkey keeps his hands to himself. Speaking of the little man, I just want to mention that this weekend I made progress on Operation Toddler Transition for his bedroom. Phase one of de-cluttering, purging, and new rug instillation is finished. I CANNOT wait to share the pictures with you all tomorrow!

I'm sending you all safe travel wishes for the week, many blessing, and woooo whoooo's for a short work week!


  1. Hey Courtney...whew I am having me some Little Glass Box withdraws! Uh, I got totally busted for reading your blog at work instead of oops! working.LOL! So needless to say, I had me some catching up to do. Love the pics of you in the red coat, you look like u should be in a magazine! Did u love Breaking Dawn part 2???? OMG! It was so good, and honey I am 31!! So feel no shame in your game.
    Your diy is so cute, and your tablescape so pretty!

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