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Monday, November 7, 2011

The Thankful Tree, Psalm 100 Download and Briar Hats


As I mentioned last week I have a little download for one of my favorite Psalms. I printed one out and added it to my buffet yesterday and updated my branches for Thanksgiving. Although I am starting on Christmas early this year, don't worry, I am not skipping entirely over Thanksgiving.


I didn't love how the printout looked just on the little easel so I tried to frame it.
I didn't really love that either. Oh well.



Although I wasn't happy with how the printout looked, I did like how my little hanging leaves turned out. I saw this idea for a Thankful Tree over at Emily Rose's blog and thought it was such a great idea. 
I modified it a bit to work with my decor. 

On each leaf I wrote something that I am thankful for.

Some of the first ones I did were Jonathan Reid, Lillian Annabel and our little Lorelei Wren. 


I used a photo of a real maple leaf to trace in Illustrator. 
You can fit three to a page and then print them out and cut along the lines. 
You should be able to open this in another window and print if you would like. 

I am not as happy with this download. The font the words joyful, gladness, thanksgiving and good is a bit more playful than my usual taste. I had planned to play around with it some more but seeing how it has been almost a week and I still haven't gotten to it I figured I would just go ahead and upload it as is. If you click here or on the picture below it will bring you to the free download.
If you missed our free November download just click here or on the photo below.

We are also happy to say that our Briar Hat is Cream is now available again!

Dana is busy knitting more colors and my mom, Jamie and Renete are all busy sewing like crazy. And Jason and I are working until the wee hours every night.  We hope to have a new Christmas pillow available tomorrow (I just need to photograph it during nap time this afternoon and then sew in all the labels) and hopefully a few more items later this week!

Also today officially marks the beginning of extra-craziness here! William and Mary opens at St. John's tonight. We are so excited! And the game is on TV (ESPNU for any of you that want to watch), so even though it us up in New York we still will get to watch it. Lillie is quite excited to look for her Daddy and all of her boyfriends on TV tonight.

Go TRIBE!!!!

I hope you all have a blessed Monday!



P.S. And don't forget there is still time to enter the Icing Designs giveaway below!

19 comments:

  1. Oh I love the idea for the Thankful Tree! We will definitely be doing that over here now :)

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  2. I love the Thankful Tree! I want to do that! Thank you so much for always sharing your gorgeous home and ideas with us. You never hesitate to give your downloads and make all of us feel blessed! Thanks!!!

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  3. Thank You for sharing your free dowloads.
    I Love your Thankful tree. What a great idea.
    Enjoy your week!

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  4. Thank you for sharing such lovely downloads! I love the Thankful Tree and the Psalm! Thanks for blessing us!

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  5. Oh, I love that Thankful Tree. That would be a good project for my kids :)

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  6. Your buffet looks beautiful. It has a quiet elegance and feels very inviting! Love the thankful tree too!

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  7. Beautiful, thank you for sharing!

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  8. Thank you so much! I love the download...can't imagine it being improved on. ;) Thanks for the heads up about the basketball game too. We LOVE college basketball. We're University of Virginia fans. :)

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  9. Fun times ahead!! I hope Lillies BF's do the right thing and WIN!!! The little tree is very charming~nice idea.

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  10. The Thankful tree is precious. I love the way the little leaves hang down and how pretty the colors look in your house.

    Cindy

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  11. I'm also loving the idea of the Thankful Tree, will have to make one with my kids. BTW, we are loving our Briar Hat, very lovely.

    Kristel

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  12. I think that verse would be wonderful no matter how it is displayed. I love that verse and I love how you stated that one of the things you are thankful for is "my Savior". That was a blessing to me! Gail

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  13. I love the Thankful Tree. Such a sweet and meaningful idea. I am going to try to create one for our entry way. Thank you for sharing your lovely downloads and your inspiration for this season. It's always so beautiful to stop by your blog! Wishing you a wonderful week.

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  14. Stopping by for the first time and want to say thank you for sharing this lovely verse.

    I have so enjoyed perusing your gorgeous blog ~ so much to see and everything is most beautiful!

    Kindly, Lorraine

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  15. I just wanted to say thanks so much for the beautiful verse. I just posted a picture of it framed in my kitchen for Thanksgiving. Hope you like it.

    You can see it here--
    http://loulousucre.blogspot.com/2011/11/chocolate-pecan-pie.html

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  16. love your thankful tree!
    Eucharisteo... comes before the blessing... before each miracle

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  17. Oh my goodness! What lovely ideas! We will defintely be making a thankful tree at our house and framing that Psalm. I think the Psalm looks beautiful, but even more importantly what a great reminder to have out for Thanksgiving! "His Mercy is Everlasting!" Thanks for sharing.

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  18. Beautiful!! Love the idea of the tree and the Psalm! Thanks for sharing!

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  19. Hello, I really like this Psalm, but can't print it when I click on it, Is there an other way I can print it?

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