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Thanksgiving Favorites

It’s getting a little chilly out there.

I can’t believe the holiday season is here.

Time to share some cheer

and be thankful for it all.

As I bundle up and get ready for the season,

Christmas Hot Chocolate- Slipcovered Grey

I wish we could grab a cup of hot cocoa

and shop together.

Seeing as we can’t do that,

I thought I’d share some of my Thanksgiving Favorites with you.


maybe you’d share some of yours with me too.


Slipcovered Grey Thanksgiving FavoritesTurkey Placecard//Copper Tray//Flour Sack Towel//Alchemade 100% Pure Copper Mug for Moscow Mules, 14Oz //Tis The Season(Sold Out) Similar (here)//Make It Ahead: A Barefoot Contessa Cookbook // Fall Candle

I love mixing natural farmhouse elements with a little shiny glam.

Farmhouse rings true with special vintage inspired chalkboard signs, and fun flour sack towels.


I’m thinking of setting my table with vintage finds and fun items, like this Turkey Placecard.

How fun are those feathers?


Are you digging copper as much as I am this season?

Copper platters and Moscow Mule Mugs.

Have you ever had a Moscow Mule?

If you haven’t had one,

here is your chance.

They are pretty yummy


they are truly amazing in a Moscow Mule Mug.

Why?  Your bevvy stays cold, cold, cold and the mug sweats like the vintage soda can ads.


Alright friends, grab your mug and here’s your recipe:

Moscow Mule

1/2 of a Lime

2 oz. Vodka

Ginger Beer

Squeeze lime into the bottom of the mug, add the remaining lime skin into the mug with ice.  Add Vodka and top off with Ginger Beer.  Garnish with a lime wedge and fancy stir stick.

Moscow Mule Recipe Slipcovered Grey


Oh yeah, before you get too comfortable drinking your fabulous treat,

I need all the help I can get in the kitchen this Thanksgiving

Ina – Barefoot Contessa has a “make ahead” Roast Turkey recipe in her Make It Ahead Cookbook. 

Yep, that sounds great to me. 

I’ve always been crazy in the kitchen and couldn’t imagine a Thanksgiving Dinner prepared ahead of guests arriving.  Yes!  I am all over that one. 

Do you prepare your meal before guests arrive Thanksgiving Day? 

If so, what do you make? 

Do tell!



What are your favorites this season?

Are you into copper as much as me?  Are you loving vintage signs and shiny things?

This time of year is a time to celebrate.

I’m starting early.

Will you join me?


In the meantime…


Every. Single. Moment.



***This post contains affiliate links for the items I am loving this season.***


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  • Diane Eliasen

    Happy Thanksgiving, Angie, to you and your wonderful family!

    November 14, 2015 at 2:53 pm Reply
    • Angie

      Happy Thanksgiving Diane! I hope you have a fabulous Thanksgiving and a very Happy Holiday Season!

      November 26, 2015 at 9:29 am Reply

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