Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Eye Candy & Inspiration

One of my addictions while planning Kayley's Wedding was visiting the Blog:

I fell in LOVE with these Autumn collages!

Snippet & Ink

Thanksgiving Clip-Art Place Cards

To help you create decorative place cards for the Thanksgiving table,
Martha Stewart has free clip art. Download and print the place cards
(cream or neutral-colored card stock will work best),
cut along the dotted line, inscribe your guest's name,
and score down the middle with a bone folder.
You can also make a flat card with a border by using double-sided tape to affix the place-card design to a piece of card stock 1/4 inch larger than the place card. You can punch a hole in it and use twine to tie it to a napkin, or simply tuck it into the napkin.

The Midas Touches
from Martha Stewart November 2007
No need to go to excess this holiday season.
Small glints and gleams make the greatest impression.
Use the most precious metal, real and faux, to highlight and amplify natural beauty and your celebrations are sure to be filled with golden moments.
Horn of Plenty
"Our realization of what is most important in life goes hand in hand with gratitude for our blessings"
Thomas S. Monson
Click Here to see Thanksgiving Ideas


stacey said...

Great Stuff. I love those pictures too. The place cards are great and easy(just what I need). I loved that article too.

Annemarie said...

I can get completely lost (n a good way) with pics like these. I love the ideas! I will be making the place cards for sure. Thanks for all of the great links!!

monstermash said...

Those pictures are wonderful. I'm always trying to think of ways to make Thanksgiving special. I feel like it gets lost in the shuffle.

sewpink said...

I love this post! My favorite links are the Horn of Plenty and the Glitter and Shine. I'm definitely doing those.

Kayley said...

I like those too mom. I'm depressed about the results of the election though :(

stacey said...

I started the place cards today.