Vintage Thanksgiving Vignettes


Happy Tuesday, Friends! Today I'm pairing vintage and natural decor to create several Thanksgiving vignettes as part of the We Gather Together Thanksgiving blog hop hosted by Amber at Follow the Yellow Brick Home...


vintage Thanksgiving vignettes


If you've hopped over after visiting Paula, from Virgina Sweetpea, I know you were inspired by her lovely ideas. To style a simple centerpiece, I layered fresh silver dollar eucalyptus with white pumpkins, vintage dishes and postcards, and candles.


vintage Thanksgiving vignettes


I also added some mini LED lights for extra warmth!


vintage Thanksgiving vignettes


I scored this sweet vintage Mayflower plate for .25 over the summer. I Ioved the colors and knew I wanted to use it for a Thanksgiving vignette. It started out as part of the centerpiece...


vintage Thanksgiving vignettes


...but I decided I liked it better with my mismatched thrifted vintage Pilgrim couple. Does anyone else move things around constantly like I do? 


vintage Thanksgiving vignettes


I was thrilled to score this $5 transferware turkey platter several years ago.


vintage Thanksgiving vignettes


You may remember the next two clearance signs from last year. This year, I added some greenery to frame Always Be Grateful and...


vintage Thanksgiving vignettes


...hung the Gather sign inside my large upcycled vintage frame.  


vintage Thanksgiving vignettes




vintage Thanksgiving vignettes


My mini cornucopia flatware setting was featured in Country Sampler Farmhouse Style Holiday issue. Have you entered the giveaway for your chance to win a copy?


vintage Thanksgiving vignettes


Last but not least, I shared an Herb-y Thanksgiving Garden Tea for Two earlier this month. 


vintage Thanksgiving vignettes


Thanks for stopping by! Next up is Crissy from First Day of Home--can't wait to see what she has in store for us! 




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  1. Lovely, your vintage items are just wonderful.

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  2. I love all your vintage pieces Cecilia and don't even get me started on your mini cornucopia flatware setting - that is so cool. I'm all kinds of excited about your feature. Congratulations and Happy Thanksgiving, CoCo

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  3. Cecilia that Plymouth plate is fantastic and I am STILL in love with your wee cornucopias!

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  4. You have such a beautiful collection of vintage treasures. I really enjoyed seeing all of your pretty vignettes.

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  5. Love your vignettes but I oh my golly, I LOVE that vintage wish bone card! I hope to find something like that someday. So stinkin' cute! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  6. That Plymouth plate was such a great find and is a unique piece to use for Thanksgiving decor. My mom has a candle set like your girl pilgrim that she has used every year that I can remember.

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  7. Such pretty table settings! I especially love that adorable mini cornucopia! How cute is that?!! You have so many beautiful pieces. Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving!
    Shelley

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  8. Congrats on your magazine feature! What a thrill! #bloggergoals Love the sweet little cornucopia with the 'thank you' in French! Pinned, and blessed to be hopping with you!

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  9. You always have so many beautiful vintage pieces, You have created so many pretty Thanksgiving vignettes! I love the vintage Turkey Platter! What a find! I hope you have a happy and blessed Thanksgiving!

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  10. Cecilia, what great additions to your collectibles for making Thanksgiving vignettes! Of course, I love the dishes, and your deal on the turkey platter was a great one, only to be surpassed by that Mayflower plate! It looks great with the pilgrims. And yes, I am continuously moving things around until they feel right. We do it in our booth spaces, and I do it here at home. I am a bit scrambled in decisions for this year's holiday placements, given our new space. That's all very much part of the fun, though. I enjoyed yours, and those little LED lights are so wonderful. If only batteries were as inexpensive as the lights are! Happy to be in your company this week, as always.

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  11. Cecilia,
    Vintage items are perfect for Thanksgiving... a time for reflection with friends and family. Your flatware is beautiful, definitely worthy of a magazine feature.

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family,
    Judith

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  12. Cecilia, the Mayflower plate and the platter are amazing finds. How perfect to include at this time of year. Lovely table. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  13. Congratulations on being featured in the Country Sampler Farmhouse Style Holiday issue! The mini cornucopia are so darling and that turkey platter is pretty fabulous too. Happy Thanksgiving Cecilia!

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  14. What a fantastic honor! Congratulations! I love all of your vintage collection, but that card is my favorite! What a treasure! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  15. It's all so pretty, Cecilia:) Congrats on your magazine feature; the mini cornucopia is adorable!

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  16. Cecilia, your Thanksgiving plates and decor are so lovely! That Mayflower plate is an amazing score! Congrats on your big honor being featured in Country Sampler, too. What a great reward for all your hard work! I hope you and your family have a lovely Thanksgiving and holiday season!

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  17. It would be so fun to be at your house for Thanksgiving. I wouldn't be very talkative because I would be ogling all your fun vintage pieces.

    Happy Thanksgiving

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  18. I love all of your sweet vintage Thanksgiving vignettes. The Mayflower plate and turkey platter are true scores! I am constantly playing around with my vintage treasures too.

    Congrats on the magazine feature! Happy Thanksgiving!

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