I was checking out Jamilyn's blog Living it at Home.
She writes about this season and how "everyone moves very quickly on to Christmas and all the decorating that is required". And she says "don't skip Thanksgiving wreaths".
I'm so busted, because that is exactly what I have been doing.
In my head I'm already in December. Perhaps I should slow down and enjoy this time in between to and let my self be inspired by these fall/harvest/Thanksgiving wreaths.
Here is one that I'd like to try,
a mini Indian corn wreath.
Reminds me of a sunflower.
Do they still sell the mini corn?
Green is not a traditional harvest color to me,
but I find this one very refreshing.
I like it.
Don't think there is a single green leaf left on the Maples outside though.
I associate apple and hearts with Christmas (here we go again, can't let go),
perhaps very Scandinavian associations, but with the added
orange and brown colors it looks a bit more fall:y.
Perhaps it would function as a transition wreath
between Thanksgiving and Christmas?
Did I inspire anyone?
Or is it too late?
All pictures from Better Homes and Gardens