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Thanksgiving is late in November this year which means a shorter Christmas season to enjoy, but a longer time in November to enjoy Thanksgiving decor. I haven’t pulled out my Thanksgiving decorations in the past few years and I’m so glad that this year I made a point to decorate for Thanksgiving.
Decorating for Thanksgiving with Vintage
Decorating the Chest for Thanksgiving
You’ll notice that all of my Thanksgiving decor is accented with Bittersweet. My cousin and her daughter cut a huge box of Bittersweet and even delivered it to my door.
I filled a crock that I recently scored at Goodwill for $2 with pheasant feathers. I used long male tail feathers, along with long hen tail feathers, and a few feathers that remind me of a tiger’s stripes.
To the right of the turkey platter I used a wheat sheaf and a vintage turkey lidded dish.
Vintage Thanksgiving Postcards
Vintage Quiver and Arrows
I also have my dad’s bow. I used it for decor a long time ago in a Vintage Cowboy and Indian Mantel that I created.
Music Stand Thanksgiving Decor
I decorated the music stand to the left of the mantel with a turkey and one of my grandmother’s cornucopias.
Thanksgiving Decor on the Marble Topped Table
My grandmother’s marble topped table is another favorite spot for a seasonal display.
I left my grandmother’s green vase filled with River Oats and my aunt’s gold and bronze Magnolia leaves from my fall decor in place.
I hope you enjoyed seeing my mostly vintage Thanksgiving decor. I am so happy that I didn’t skip over decorating for Thanksgiving this year.
My dining room is still set with my Pinterest Challenge Thanksgiving table and having these two adjoining rooms decorated for Thanksgiving and given me so much pleasure this Thanksgiving season.
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