Sunday, November 4, 2012

"They're At The Door" Arrangement

Are you one of those? You know, the one that thinks there's plenty of time left, no worries, I'll get it done types? If that's you, yes you, then consider me your Thanksgiving Inspiration fairy. Let's face it with 19 days left, you need a fairy.  
Here's a sprinkle of fairy dust.....


"They Are at the Door" Arrangement

This arrangement can be done quickly, will wow the Aunt Mable that you have not seen in years and will be the hit of the thanksgiving table ( both for the kids and adults).

The arrangement starts with your favorite bowl. Remember why this my favorite here
Place a grapevine wreath and pumpkin in the bowl. See how I went out back and whipped this up here

Next you will want to place some fall leaves ( faux or real) under the wreath.

You could get away with a pretty decent arrangement at this point, but remember the Aunt Mable that you have not seen in years? 
Next take a fall arrangement of flowers and start filling in at the base of the arrangement. Working your way around the entire wreath.

At this point, your company is knocking so make sure all the flowers are tucked in and the pumpkin is secure as you run to get it on the table before you open the door.

Aunt Mable will swear that you picked the arrangement up at the florist, and of course just for her!

For More of My Fall/Thanksgiving Projects click here.







Grateful for~
My three beautiful children who were truly miracles.




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19 comments:

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

So simple and so pretty. Aunt Mabel would be proud.

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

Just beautiful Laura!!!....i am sure that Aunt Mabel (I had an Aunt Mabel!!)..would be so very happy!!....Can't wait to join your party!!!

Anonymous said...

So pretty!...but am confused by your use of the work 'their'.? (former teacher and overly picky, I'm sure)

Anonymous said...

So pretty! But I think you meant "They're At The Door" as in "they are at the door" instead of "at the door belongs to them"!

NanaDiana said...

Aunt Mabel will probably need her Depends when she that. It is gorgeous, simple and easy. Love it! xo Diana

Jennifer @ Dimples and Tangles said...

So pretty and simple, Laura. I love those tiny little bright green flowers-are they mini mums of some sort?

Linda @ it all started with paint said...

If I had an Aunt Mabel I'm absolutely positive that she would be seriously impressed!

:)

Linda

Anonymous said...

love the arrangement n the story about Aunt Mabel you are so talented

ImSoVintage said...

Aunt Mabel is going to claim that you inherited all that talent from her :)

Atta Girl Amy said...

Love those bowls (and the story behind them). And this quick-and-easy arrangement is so pretty. Aunt Mabel would never know you threw it together so quickly -- unless she reads your blog, that is!

Heidi @ Decor & More said...

Aunt Mabel would love it! Simply lover-ly. :)
xo Heidi

Ramblings of a Southern Girl ~ Rhonda G said...

Gorgeous arrangement! And I am loving that bowl, too! Aunt Mabel would be proud! ;)

Thanks to you ladies for hosting the Thanksgiving Link Party!

Teresa said...

I don't have a Aunt Mabel or Thanksgiving but your Art does make me want both madly ahahah
Well done!

Finding Home said...

Laura - so so pretty - and so beautifully photographed! Thanks for sharing! Laura

Keeping it Cozy said...

How pretty! Your photos are gorgeous!

thepaintedapron.com said...

I love 5 minute fixes! Your layering is very creative! Thanks
Jenna

Cindy Ritchie said...

Beautiful arrangement and you make it look effortless!

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

BEAUTIFUL Laura!!

Pat@Life At Lydias House said...

Simply beautiful!

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