Hiya Sweeties! Happy Friday and happy November! I have to say that I’m feeling a little bit of panic that November is here already. I always hate to see October go, it’s true, but I do love November, too. There are so many wonderful things to be thankful for this month. Just seems like once November rolls around, Christmas will be here before we know it…
and I’m nowhere near ready for Christmas!
But before I get too far ahead of myself, it’s time to celebrate fall this week on the Therm O Web blog. As you all know, I love to decorate my home for every holiday and season, and this month, that includes dressing up a pretty table for Thanksgiving. So to get my holiday place settings started, I made some fun fall harvest napkin holders.
Aren’t those little critters cute? They just make me smile.
And best part is, these guys were quick and easy to put together, and made from recycled toilet paper tubes, they are earth-friendly, too.
Simply wrap the tube in papers, tie with ribbon, and embellish with seasonal die cuts and stamped banners. All the papers and die cuts are from Imaginisce. Sentiments are from a new line of acrylic stamps designed by my sweet friend, Debbie, of the Shabby Tea Room, called Paper Sweeties. Aren’t they fun?
For a complete supply list, and step-by-step instructions for these napkin holders, please visit the Therm O Web blog. And don’t forget…….
Therm O Web is proudly working with Operation Write Home to send holiday cards to support our military troops. Unite with us in making a Valentine or Love themed card now through November 10th. Our friends at Operation Write Home have let us know they could use these types of cards… so let’s join together and make sure they have plenty to provide come Valentine’s Day!
Therm O Web will collect the cards made and send them on to OWH. For joining in….we’ll pick three lucky participants to win Therm O Web prizes worth more then $40 for participating! Stop by the blog for full details.
Thanks so much for stopping by, everyone. Wishing you all a wonderful weekend. And hoping all my friends along the East Coast have made it through the storm safely! Thinking of you!