Is anyone else finding it hard to *bee*lieve that Thanksgiving is Thursday?
I’m taking a little time out this week to *bee* thankful
and in the Potting Shed for a little tabletop fun.
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I love all things ‘bee’ and this Bee Thankful Sign
is a fun seasonal reminder to count my blessings.
Discarded and broken garden tools are a nod to worker bees. They’re paired with
a harvest of pumpkins, dried hydrangeas, maiden grass plumes and small garden pots.
Tools are buzzing with bee magnets. . .
As well as a beehive shaped watering can hanging over the window,
paired with some ears of Indian corn.
I was all abuzz when I spied these
Bee Sweet plates designed by Susan Winget.
La Rochere Goblets are buzzing with bees. . .
Along with Napoleon Bee flatware.
We should *bee* thankful for our pollinators as without them there would be no
pumpkins or pumpkin pie or sweet potatoes
and sweet potato casserole at the Thanksgiving table!
And without the bees there would be no cranberries, apples, Brussels sprouts,
squash, green beans, broccoli, nuts, carrots and onions for Thanksgiving or anytime!
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Striped embroidered linen napkins are buzzing with bees from Crown Linen Designs
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Wishing you Happy Thanksgiving Week!
Bee Thankful and Bee Safe ♥