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Welcome! My name is Mrs.G and I started this blog so people could share in my mis-adventures in wedding planning. I married my southern gentleman on September 6th, 2009. Throughout our courtship I became enamored with everything southern and desperately want to become a steel magnolia.
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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Its beginning to look a lot like...

I had another baby dream.

Then I sat and ugly cried on my couch when that effing Sophie Lee commercial came on.

So I wiped the snot from my face, and decided to delve in to my crafts for this holiday season.


I give thanksgiving a bad rap but honestly I love any time that I get to spend time with family, so in my book it is a great holiday.

For Turkey day I am going to put my glue gun to work making these gems: 

 This is going to go on the front door.  We have had the same wreath going on 3 years and I want a little change and swooned when I saw this. I can’t wait to put this together next weekend. 
 This beaut is going to adorn my dining room table. This will be my first venture with burlap and it so long overdue. 
This is all the Thanksgiving paraphilia that will be done this go round. This with my fall d├ęcor will make my space extra cozy and I can’t wait to get it done. 
Ok there, I gave Thanksgiving the time of day, which I never do. As soon as the calendar flips to November I am usually a Christmas monster, think of a velociraptor covered in tinsel.
Now for the fun part!!!! 
CHRISTMAS:
The outside is going to be completely different from years past and I am so amped! 
 The colors are wrong, I am going to use red but the theory is there. I am in love with the 3 wreaths with the ribbon, but instead of the lanterns it is going to be 2 small pre lit trees.



The wreaths are going to look like this





The inside is where the magic happens….









Christmas is so ON at the G household this year. I have already compiled my list of things to purchase and I am patiently waiting until the DAY AFTER Thanksgiving to start any of it. Now that is what I call restraint. 

All photos are via my Pinterest

1 comment:

  1. Love love love....everything about this post :)
    CHRISTMAS.....WOOO HOOOO!!

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