Fall Storage, Thanksgiving Tips, Hygge, & More

Home Style Saturdays 163: a Thanksgiving table activity, hygge tips, Christmas wreath printables, a lovely Thanksgiving tablescape, fall decor storage ideas, and a look at Scott Antiques.

Home Style Saturdays 2019

Welcome to November! All of a sudden, just like that, all the leaves have turned, and they are falling like mad. It’s cold enough to wear gloves, and I’m counting down the days until my family is here for Thanksgiving. There is much to look forward to, and much to do. We’re all in the same boat, so let’s do it together. I just sent a brand new Thanksgiving planner to my email subscribers, so we’re all scurrying to get organized. If you aren’t on my list, and would like to join us and get the planner, click {HERE.}

Here’s what my friends are sharing…

StoneGable | Meaningful Thanksgiving Table Activity: 5 Kernels Of Corn

StoneGable    

The Inspired Room | 5 Ways to Bring Hygge Coziness to Your Home

The Inspired Room

Designthusiasm | A Trio of Christmas Wreath Printables

French Country Christmas Wreath Printables

On Sutton Place | A Thanksgiving Table You Can Be Proud Of

A Thanksgiving Table You Can Be Proud Of from On Sutton Place

Shabbyfufu | Where To Store Your Fall Decor

Shabbyfufu Home Style Saturdays 163

Southern Hospitality | Browsing Scott Antiques in Fall

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Click to get tips for the perfect
Thanksgiving turkey!

 

Thanksgiving turkey tips free printable

6 Comments

  1. Donna Marie says:

    Welcome to Fall Y’All!!!

  2. You reminded me of my days in going to Scott’s, even before it got as big as today. I use to live in Stone Mountain and this was a great experience I thoroughly enjoyed! Whether I bought or just browsed !

  3. I’m very thankful to have found your beautiful website. Thank you for sharing.

  4. What in the world is hygge?

    1. Sue Blondin says:

      ”Hygge is about cosiness and surrounding yourself with the things that make life good, like friendship, laughter and security, as well as more concrete things like warmth, light, seasonal food and drink.” (read more at scandinaviastandard.com)

      1. Thanks – never heard of such a word in Texas panhandle.

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