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Holiday Centerpiece

Nov
25


Need a quick, easy, and beautiful Thanksgiving centerpiece for your holiday table? Go outside! It’s all free, and it’s better than anything you can buy. (It doesn’t even need any water.)


Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on November 25, 2010  

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  1. 11-25
    10:41
    am

    I love it! I pick weeds all the time for a big vase we have in the living room. I think my husband’s allergies would prefer I didn’t…

  2. 11-25
    10:45
    am

    Happy Thanksiving to the McMinn family!

  3. 11-25
    10:46
    am

    Awww . . . . beautiful! We don’t have “close by” weeds . We have to go down by the creek or the pond – but there are gorgeous possibilities there!
    Did anyone ever used to gather weeds and then spray paint them gold or silver? My Mom and I used to – boy, now that tells you my age!

  4. 11-25
    10:50
    am

    Happy Thanksgiving to you too!! (And my weeds look good in the house also – love ’em)

  5. 11-25
    10:58
    am

    i hope you and your family have a wonderful thanksgiving day! i am thankful i get to read your blog every day. god bless.

  6. 11-25
    11:08
    am

    Happy Thanksgiving Suzanne, 52, Weston and Morgan – and Ross! we are thinking of you also!

    dede

  7. 11-25
    11:18
    am

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours Suzanne!

  8. 11-25
    12:04
    pm

    Happy Thanksgiving to you Suzanne! May you and your family have a wonderful day with lots of great food! I am also thankful that I have the privilege to read your blog every day.. but as I turn 40 today, I may need glasses to continue!
    (Just kidding. Though, the other day I was trying to read some numbers on the back of my phone to activate it (still want that Windows phone though!) and couldn’t! Ah well.. the circle of life. xx

  9. 11-25
    12:40
    pm

    Happy Thanksgiving ! I am headed out with my clippers right now after seeing your arrangement!

  10. 11-25
    1:48
    pm

    Beautiful, Suzanne. I would only add to make sure you shake off all the bugs before you put it on the table.

  11. 11-25
    1:49
    pm

    PS–Happy Thanksgiving!

  12. 11-25
    6:52
    pm

    We are socked in with beautiful snow and it’s still coming down so there will be no
    clipping of centerpiece items. Happy Thanksgiving to you, 52 and the whole crew!
    You have enriched our lives and we are grateful.

  13. 11-25
    8:33
    pm

    Hi Suzanne and Happy Thanksgiving to you and all of your family and friends! I’m very greatful to you for this sight and look forward to reading it several times a day. You are awesome and so is everyone else that comments here! Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! :wave:

  14. 11-26
    1:49
    pm

    A belated wish for a happy Thanksgiving holiday to you and your family, with a special shout-out to Ross this year.

  15. 11-26
    8:12
    pm

    What a great idea!! I wish I saw this post before I had everyone over! :P

  16. 4-9
    2:23
    pm

    ABSOLUTELY LOVE THAT CENTERPIECE :yes: … PERIOD!

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