Buffalo Plaid Winter Wreath

Hello and happy turkey week! Since I am not hosting Thanksgiving this year, I have plenty of time to do one of my most favorite things… Christmas craft! If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you saw a sneak peek. I cannot wait to show you my Buffalo Plaid Winter Wreath!

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Isn’t it the cutest wreath ever?! I absolutely love it so much! If you love the rustic, buffalo plaid trend, then this wreath is perfect for you too. 

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All supplies besides the mini trees were purchased from Michael’s Stores and the mini trees are from Target’s dollar spot. 

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The wreath was really simple to make… Just hot glue all of the items onto your wreath where you want them! 

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The arrow sign was an ornament… to the LODGE! 

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And the mini red truck is part of figurines from a mini Christmas scene…

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How adorable is the baby deer?! I just love her…

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This Buffalo Plaid Winter Wreath makes me feel so cozy and totally ready for Christmas. I really love the way it turned out and I hope you do too!

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If you love buffalo plaid, check out my popular Christmas trends post!

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Happy Thanksgiving friends!

Rustic, Shabby Chic Thanksgiving Tablescape

I was provided compensation for materials from Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores to complete this post, but all ideas and opinions are my own.

Happy weekend, y’all!

I’m sharing my Rustic, Shabby Chic Thanksgiving Tablescape with you today. Usually, I throw my table together last minute which doesn’t make for a very pretty or festive table. This year I planned ahead and even bought a few materials from Jo-Ann to make sure my table turned out exactly the way I had envisioned it. 

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I knew I wanted to incorporate wood and burlap textures to my table as well as pretty elegant materials like lace, gold glitter, and doilies. I also knew I wanted to use pretty fall colors on top of the wood and burlap to brighten things up a bit.

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I bought burlap, white lace, turquoise rick-rack, mini pine cones, gold paint, napkins, and silk flowers from my local Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store. The rest of the items on my table I already had on hand… dishes, glass jars, wood, table runner, doily, etc. Plus I used my handy coupon for Jo-Ann so I saved a ton! (You can find your coupon at the end of this post!)

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I really love how it all came together. I used the burlap around the jars and I made pockets for silverware as well. I added lace, rick-rack, and painted gold polka dots on the burlap as well. 

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I really love the yellow, orange, and turquoise with the natural, rustic textures on the table. It’s a happy Thanksgiving tablescape, isn’t it?

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There you have it, my Rustic, Shabby Chic Thanksgiving Tablescape…and on a dime! Check out Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores to dress up your Thanksgiving tablescape this year…and don’t forget your coupon!

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Have a beautiful weekend!