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  • Ellen Foord | Minnow + Co.

    Quick and Easy Ideas to Dress Up Your Thanksgiving Table | Minnow + Co. | Made + Remade

  • Maggie B

    Quick, Easy, yet Elegant Thanksgiving Table

  • Jen Siegrist

    use a log w/ unscented candles as centerpiece @Dawn Siegrist // Quick + Easy Tablescape for Thanksgiving or Any Celebration >>

  • DIY Network

    Last Minute Thanksgiving Ideas >>

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  • Linda Caruso

    Beautiful tablescape! Love the contrast of magnolia green/rusty color underside leaves with the deep purple napkins, flowers in purples, magenta and fruits. My favorite color combos. Going to try a variation of this for my table, since I have plenty of Magnolia leaves outside.

  • Lola Meredith

    Elegantly Awesome!!!

  • Cynthia Morel

    very pretty.

  • Julia Mc Intosh Shepherd

    One display was using a loaf of bread as a base with grapes draped over bread, oranges for contrast, a glass of merlot or redwine and a few fresh flowers intertwined. if this centerpiece for extended time spray with shellac first fo discourage mice.

  • Kathleen Malone O'Connor

    those don't look like oranges, but persimmons.

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