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November 20, 2009


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Love the Indian Corn centerpiece.....stunningly beautiful...thank you for the tutorial!

What a beautiful centerpiece!

I love the look of this table , country and chic !! I admire your style

Hi Eddie! I can't believe I had been missing out your blog... it's wonderful. I'm new around here, and I'm wondering if there's someway to follow you by google friend connect...

This is so wonderful! I purchased a bunch of little miniature corns (about 3-1/2" long)just because they were so darned cute! Now I know what I can do with them!!
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!

Thanks for the reminder on the burlap table cover. I found a vintage remnant of creamy burlap and transformed it very simply into a table runner. Giving you credit!

I love this! I am not creative in the home decor area, so thank you for sharing your fabulous ideas!! And I am excited to find your blog, I watched you on TV and loved your ideas!!

Hi Eddie, What a beautiful table. And I love the gorgeous sconce - makes my heart go pitter pat. Happy Thanksgiving. xoTrina

Hi there! I am new to your blog, I just made the ornament wreath ..and plan on making several more today! This is really lovely! I love how the height of the candle and the clear glass vase adds some height and elegance! I just might try this for our thanksgiving feast! Wonderful ideas and blog!

Beautiful! I think the styling of the table is just lovely.

Another one for my Eddie file! Thanks!
PS Put this one in your book.

Great, festive centerpiece. Looks easy enough to do too! thanks.

Lovely, I will use this next year for our Thanksgiving celebration which occurs in October!! Thanks for sharing!! xOxO

Well yet another post that goes in my "Eddie" folder:) It's so wonderful to go back and look at favorite posts - I never tire of doing that . . and that candle sconce! I have never seen one like that - aren't you lucky to have found it! I get such enjoyment out of your creative gift Eddie - and by the way, wasn't Martha lucky to have had your talent and input!

Love it Eddie...

I got my House Beautiful mag today love page 56 !!!!

Have a great week-end,
Kathy :)

Noice! I wonder if I can pull it off..

Seriously, how do you come up with these things?! You're amazing and I save each and every idea of yours.

Eddie! This just looks amazing! You are so talented! I just moved to Boston from SF so I'm not having a big Thanksgiving...just the two of us...BUT I think you've inspired me to make the table still look festive! Why not?

I love it! It's easy and inexpensive, and definitely a more modern take on the traditional Thanksgiving theme!

But I have to tell you that I'm kind of upset that you were able to find such a fab pink/purple tartan blanket at Goodwill for under $5.00!!! What a find - I'm so envious! That tablescape is beautiful, and I love the colors!!

Thanks for all the wonderful inspiration!

Everything about it is glam!
Dottie must be so proud :^D


Love this idea! It would also look great on the buffet table with the food.


So love this...Once I get through Cupcake Sweet 16 I will be doing this for T-Day

at the beginning of this post I thought oh no this can't be good... corn... I was so wrong and you are so inventive... great post

I love the indian corn centerpiece! I now live in the UK and hang indian corn on our front door in November. So do lots of other North Americans living here. I'll walk through a British neighborhood and see indian corn hung on a front door and think, "there must be a North American living there." What a lovely reminder of 'home'.

Always inspiring us, keep them coming. I miss when you don't post your wonderful ideas on your blog. you always come up with something I have not seen. You are one clever guy. xoxo Kathysue

I'm always impressed by your simple, yet beautiful centerpieces.

A lovely serene table for Thanksgiving.

I just sent this to my mom so we can copy it for our Thanksgiving table this year- thanks for more amazing inspiration :)

What a great idea! I'm definitely thinking my mom and I should give this one a try for our Thanksgiving table this year. Eddie, it was so great to meet you and Jaithan in Richmond--thanks for coming and for sharing some great ideas with us! Come back soon! (you could give us a tour on how to shop at Caravati's! :)


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I am gonna try this for a Thanksgiving centerpiece!! Love it!!

Happy Thanksgiving to you both!
Karen in Texas

Leave it to you to bring on the 'corn' - so not corny, but very modern. love it.

Gorgeous and so simple I think I can do that! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Just Beautiful!!

LOVE THIS LOOK!!!! You have such a way of turning "traditional" into "WOW!"

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