Obviously Americans have more important things on their minds today, but I thought I'd post my last Thankgiving centerpiece, hoping we can start looking forward to celebrating what unites us, rather than what divides us.
This table is a more modern take on Thanksgiving, and is deeply inspired by blue, which is a common thread in all three Thanksgiving centerpieces I did this year. Most of the elements are made with "night" colored paper from Paper Source which I've given fabric treatments- an eyelet punch is used on the napkin rings and the dotty border on the wrapping paper runner is stamped with the eraser from a regular pencil. These same ideas could be interpreted a multitude of ways.
Flowers are kept simple and painted nuts are displayed in a bowl to complete the look.
Full project details and resources here.