When Halloween was over this weekend I immediately took down those decorations and switched them out for some Thanksgiving ones. A lot of my decorating for Thanksgiving just involved getting out the decorations that had been up as Fall decorations before I put up Halloween decorations but there are a few specifically Thanksgiving pieces.
This wooden plaque is one my Target Dollar Spot finds and sums up the meaning of the season so well.
I took away my glittery balls that the candle had been sitting in and replaced them with a more muted acorn filling. My Halloween decorations were all about spooky sparkles but my Thanksgiving ones are a bit more subtle. It is hard to see in this picture but the acorns are a mix of off white and a bronze color so they go nicely with the more muted tones of the rest of my Thanksgiving decor.
A wire pumpkin, my fall sign and some plastic gourds decorate my TV stand. I have all these pieces in various locations throughout the fall season.
Another wire pumpkin decorates my bar along with a cute turkey sign. I can't remember where I got the sign but my oh so versatile wire pumpkins were from my favorite Target Dollar Spot.
I was going to put my gourds back in my wooden bowl but I ended up filling it with what I think is meant to be two wreathes. There is no rule that says decorations have to be used for one specific purpose and they looked good together so I decided to go with it.
I added a Thanksgiving sign to the wooden wreath that was already on my washer door and called that part of my decorations done!
I don't normally decorate any room besides my living room/dining room/kitchen area (they are all sort of one room) but I had some extra decorations. I added a few little gourds on my dresses since I didn't need any more in the living room. I have no shortage of Christmas decorations so I am pretty sure I can decorate all parts of my condo for Christmas too!