Thanksgiving Mantel

Halloween things were packed away today and out came the turkeys.  I love collecting turkeys, especially turkey platters and antique turkey candles.  I spent a little time today changing my mantel to a Thanksgiving theme.








I found these three antique candles in a shop in Roanoke.


These turkey candles were made locally.  I found the larger turkey on sale in a cute shop in Staunton that is now closed.


I’ll showcase more of my turkey collection during this month.

Be sure to visit Susan at Between Naps on the Porch for this week’s Metamorphosis Monday.



  1. I just love the pheasant feathers…so dramatic and really add nice height too!

    Your vintage turkey candles are wonderful!!

  2. How gorgeous. I hope you will post this to my Wed party (actually will go up on Tuesday night) and inspire even more gals. The party is called Celebrate the Holidays.

    I love the fabric pieces on the wall-did you make those?


  3. Love those turkeys, and the panels over your mantel are gorgeous. 🙂 Glad you liked the “27 Days of Thankful” idea. 🙂

  4. Your mantle looks wonderful! I adore those pieces hanging over your mantle too! Now those are some fine looking little gobblers you’ve got there! 😉
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia 😉

  5. Oooh la la, love the glamorous feathers. Is that birdseed holding them upright? Too cute. 🙂

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