Saturday, November 24

Thanksgiving in Deer Valley

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We just got back from a 
Wonderful Thanksgiving in Deer Valley.
I wanted to share some of our memories with you!


Perhaps you remember this post
 {from way back in September} about my plans for
our Thanksgiving table which included these colors . . .
I really loved using the turquoise thrown in with the traditional orange for our table decor. 
It was difficult to find a placemat that I felt was just right,
so I used wrapping paper & cut it to the desired size.
This is a little trick I often use & it works as a table runner too!

Another good technique to decorate your table - 
hang things from the lighting.
These painted pine cones hung with ribbon from the chandelier
for our turquoise & orange table . . .

We rented a cabin in Deer Valley for our Lunt Family
to gather in & it was so great.
Would you like to see some photos?

We had room for everyone & the pool table was great fun.
Have you ever played "K-R-U-D"?


Hope your Thanksgiving was great too!
{PS - Notice Jeff's mustache for the month of "MOVember"!}

10 comments:

  1. Beautiful family. Beautiful table. I've been keeping my eye out for those colors lately because my daughter wants to redo her room with turquoise and coral.

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    1. Thank you, sweet Julie, for popping by & leaving a comment. I think turquoise & coral will look awesome in your daughter's room! Let me know when you blog about it - I want to see.

      Warmly, Michelle

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  2. What a lovely family you have well done Jeff on the Mo-ustache. Thanks for the tips I love the painted pine cones and the wrapping paper! Great ideas for party planning :)

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    1. Thanks so much Jacqueline. And I'll let Jeff know you liked his "MO-ustache". ;D

      Warmly, Michelle

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  3. Oh that cabin! How much FUN. I love the colors you chose. The wrapping paper idea is AWESOME. I cover my table with that a lot (probably learned it from you!) but I never thought of cutting it down. You always do a great job of thinking outside of the box. Have a wonderful Christmas season! xoxo

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    1. Thank you, darling Jules. I would love to see some pics of your wrapping paper ideas! Merry Christmas to one of my favorite Blog Friends.

      Warmly, Michelle

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  4. What a fun color combination for thanksgiving dinner...!! Your decorations are always so lovely.
    Now how fun is that to rent a cabin and all be together. My family is thinking about trying to do that in Moab one spring. My husband has never been there.
    Good mustache !!

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    1. Thank you for the sweet compliment, Wendy. I've never been to Moab either & it's on my list. We absolutely LOVED renting the cabin - SO FUN! Enjoy those darling grandchildren over your Turk-mas holiday.

      Warmly, Michelle

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    1. Thank you for stopping by & leaving a comment, Tonia. I hope next week goes better for you! *Wink*

      Warmly, Michelle

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