Friday, November 18, 2011

Thanksgiving Home Decor

I love the holidays! I love decorating my home inside and out! I have made more home decor items for my house this year than ever before!

I used this week's die cut challenge on Stuck On U Sketches to create Thanksgiving home decor. The SOUS challenge is "Thanksgiving Table." This project has so many little details but was so much fun to do! I am extremely excited about this project!

Are you ready to see it? I hope so because I am SO ready to reveal it!


I put this scrap-scene on one of the counters in front of one of the little windows next to the stove top in my kitchen!


My favorite part of this scene... the chair rail and base boards! I used my Cuttlebug, Stampin' Up! Stripes and Framed Tulips Textured Impressions Embossing Folder Die to make them.

(Sorry about the reflection from the Mac on the other side of the kitchen.)


I love the delicate lace tablecloth, too! Maybe, I need a little dog sleeping under the table... That's what my dog would do.


Juicy, ripe fruit! I embossed the cornucopia using the Stampin' Up! Square Lattice Textured Impressions Embossing Folder Die.


I added a little sparkle to the cherry pie holes and candle flames with Stickles.



A little cardinal needs to be sitting in the window...


I printed the "Count your Blessings" phrase on my Imagine using the Thanksgiving cartridge. It looks kind of like it was cross-stitched!

Cricut Cartridges Used:
  • Thanksgiving for "Count your Blessings", pie, cornucopia, pumpkin, grapes, leaves, and turkey.
  • Sophisticated for the chandelier and table (made from the bottom portion of the big chair)
  • Elegant Edges for the "Count your Blessings" frame
  • French Manor for the windows
  • Chic & Scary for the candelabra
  • From My Kitchen for the pear
  • Serenade for the apple
Want to see more Thanksgiving table projects? Go to Stuck On U Sketches!

Thanks for stopping by and have a happy and safe Thanksgiving!

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8 comments:

Nanne said...

Oh my word Rechelle...That is amazing!! I love all of the cuts and what a great idea to just print with the imagine and you are right about it looking like a cross stitch..Just outstanding!!
hugs
Nanné

Mz. Lela said...

Your shadow box is so beautiful, cute & detailed! Amazing work!

Sandi Cl~ said...

Wow and wow some more! I cannot believe all the detail on this one! Amazing! Love the chair railing! So .. maybe we should try to do our get together after Thanksgiving. Why don't you email e what days are good for you?

Leah (*BeeCherryLady*) said...

Girl...this is your very best project yet!
The details are amazing and I LOVE, adore the
scene you've created...now if you could just
add that birdie and the sleeping pup! LOL!
I'm so happy you made this into something that
could be put up in the house and enjoyed!

Oh, also really like your place mats you created!

Well done and HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

GabyCreates.com said...

Gorgeous!

Tammy E. said...

This is beyond creative. I love what you did! I could never have put this together and have it look so great! Gorgeous!

Faith Abigail Designs said...

OMG, this is amazing! There is so much work and detail in this piece! What a fabulous job you've done with this. Wow!

RockinRenee said...

Love it! Your decor rocks!

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