Bountiful Harvest Blog Hop

Good morning, and welcome to a special Sunday edition of redheadcandecorate.com.

I’m joining 9 other bloggers to bring you a “Bountiful Harvest Blog Hop”.

What that means is, you get to relax and let your hand do the clicking…

Out with Halloween, and in with my favorite holidays, Thanksgiving & Christmas.

For us, Thanksgiving is all about spending time with family, being thankful for that time,

and eating, a lot.

That means cooking too.

I don’t do much decorating for Thanksgiving.

I actually cleared out all the pumpkin decor today.

I am ready to slowly bring in Christmas.

I’ll start with a candle here, a wreath there, and maybe even a few Christmas lights.

The tree will come the day after Thanksgiving.

That means busy busy.

That’s why we all need an easy way to decorate our Thanksgiving table.

Presenting a candle idea that does just that.

Easy Cranberry Pecan Candle Centerpiece

I’ve been naturally attracted to cranberries lately and I can’t get enough of them.

Not only do I throw 1 cup of fresh cranberries in my pecan pie, but I also love to decorate with them.

With this “Cranberry Pecan Candle Centerpiece” what you see is what you get.

There are no secrets.

Just tie a pretty ribbon on your candle and find a platter to place it on.

Then scatter your cranberries and nuts.

Pine cones would look pretty too.

Cranberry Pecan Candle

 Before we get on with the blog hop, here’s one more idea for you in case you missed it.

Green Bean Candle (5 minutes to make!)

For this cute “Green Bean Cranberry Candle” I simply used a rubber band around the candle.

Then I stuck in fresh green beans.

Hide the rubber band with a pretty ribbon.

Here it is on my full “pretend” Thanksgiving Tablescape:

Thanksgiving Harvest Table & $250.00 Giveaway

Thanksgiving Harvest Table & $250.00 Giveaway

 

Now, if your thinking, forget decorating with cranberries Red.  I want to eat them.

I have that covered.

How about Cranberry Pecan Pie?

pecan pie 2

 Or Cranberry Muffins?

Cranberry Muffins Yummy

Okay…time to hop to the “Bountiful Harvest Blog Hop”.

Have a wonderful Sunday filled with cranberries???
Bountiful Harvest Blog Hop

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17 Responses

  1. […] Speaking French Country Cottage Debbie doos Setting for Four Sand & Sisal Redhead Can Decorate Town and Country Living Cupcakes and Crinoline Yesterday on Tuesday My Uncommon Slice of […]

  2. Dianna Gregory says:

    YOu inspire me to try harder and have more fun while doing it!! Love the eclectic styles of REdhead

  3. debbiedoos says:

    How pretty Julie! Very festive and classy:)

  4. This is so pretty, Julie. I love the cranberry and pecan color combination.

  5. Malia says:

    Really festive and pretty, Julie! I am loving all the cool stuff you’re doing with food lately! xoxo

  6. Courtney says:

    Soo pretty!! I love the candle with cranberries and greens- it is just gorgeous- and your table? Sigh… Pinning away!! 🙂

  7. Heather says:

    Beautiful Julie!! What a clever way to decorate with cranberries – love the pop of color!

  8. kristin says:

    I love the cranberries, especially around Christmas time for pops of color!!!! Pinned (oh and ofcourse your table is to die for)
    XO

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