Wednesday, November 24, 2010


Can you take a trip back in time to remember sitting at the KIDS TABLE during Thanksgiving Dinner? All I will say is that there is a good reason why the KIDS TABLE isn't adorned with Grandma's delicate linens or finest china like the grownups table. So to keep your little guests happy and busy before, during or after the Thanksgiving meal, I would like to suggest having a nice stash of holiday printables on hand as well as box of crayons or colored pencils. I can promise you that will be soooooooooo THANKFUL.

Simply check out these sites and print:

Wishing you a blessed and beautiful THANKSGIVING! Until next time.....HUGS.

Saturday, November 13, 2010


There are so many ways to create a fun and festive THANKSGIVING TABLESCAPE and I'm posting just a few for inspiration. Whether you are having a large gathering for family and friends, a small intimate dinner for two or you will be spending the day alone relaxing and enjoying a quiet moment, be sure to take time out to reflect on how you've been blessed this year and give God thanks. It is quite possible that this year may not have been the best for you but one thing is for sure, if you are reading this post then that means you are breathing and that is something to be thankful for.

Friday, November 5, 2010


Wow, this has been the busiest week that I've had all year so it has taken me awhile to get a chance to make a post.

Aside from that, guess what? I found the most darling, holiday craft tutorial and I just had to share it with those of you who enjoy crafting. This craft is a miniature skater ornament. She is created with a wooden bead, pipe cleaner and felt. But what is even more adorable than the miniature skater, is the true, heartwarming story that is told by the creator of the tutorial. You really have to see it for yourself. You can find the story and the tutorial over at the Creative Breathing blog. Look at the button on the upper right hand corner of my page that says HOLIDAY CRAFT and click on it. This will take you to the craft and tutorial.

I hope you enjoy crafting one of these sweet miniature skaters. I know that I will.