This time of year is really my favorite. I love Thanksgiving + I love getting ready for the Christmas season as well. I’ve never been one to skip of Thanksgiving. I always wait to decorate for Christmas until after Thanskgiving, and I’ll always be that way. One year I made some Christmas signs for a company, and I had to have them made before Thanksgiving. I decorated my porch for Christmas, took the pictures, and then took it all back down and put my fall decor back up. 🙂 It waited to go back up until after Thanksgiving. I just don’t think it needs to be rushed. I do, however, have some Christmas posts that might start popping up here on the blog just a few days before Christmas. But, before we get to all those Christmas posts that are coming, I’m sharing this Be Thankful Tray with you. This is seriously a quick + easy project! I’m also sharing my Thanksgiving decor with you.
Here is a peek at the whole display. I adore the way it all came together. I just pulled items from different areas in my home and Thanksgiving decor stash. But I did make the Be Thankful Tray this year.
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Be Thankful Tray Supplies:
I designed my Be Thankful in Cricut Design Space and cut it out of the Copper colored Adhesive Vinyl. If I did this again, I would double cut it, just to make sure it cut all the way through. Once I had it cut out, I weeded it with my weeding hook. Then I put transfer tape over the top, just like I would if I was working with vinyl.
Then I peeled the backing off, and placed it on my tray.
Then I carefully peeled up the transfer tape.
I wish that you could really see from pictures how awesome this foil looks! These pictures just don’t do it justice.
I set it on my table with the rest of my Thanksgiving decor, and it’s the perfect addition to the rest of the decor.
On the table in addition to the Be Thankful Tray, I added my Mini Pie Box Thanksgiving Place Cards, clock and a couple of lanterns. Then I added a couple of small pumpkins to the box below.
I love that the Be Thankful Tray adds a statement piece to the table.
What is your favorite holiday to decorate for? I enjoy almost all of them, once I get the stuff out and start doing it. But Fall and Thanksgiving time really do have to be my favorite!
If you’re looking for more Thanksgiving decor ideas, I’ve got them here.Linking up to some of these parties.