Saturday, November 26, 2011

Vintage and Co.


One last turkey swan song for Thanksgiving... I am giving a big thanks to Jodi of Vintage and Co. for this wonderful vintage turkey planter AND....


This fun, whimsical gobbler!  It was such a pleasure to meet Jodi when she dropped these little turkeys off Tuesday afternoon.  I was the lucky winner of one of her giveaways and I just LOVE these two turkey treasures!!

Jodi has three wonderful sales a year; and, if you are anywhere near enough, you should try to make the next one!  You won't regret it.  Jodi, thank you again!!   Just love 'em!!  Hope we get to visit again soon.


We are about to shift from enjoying fall into the Christmas mode.  Seasons shift so quickly.  I sure have appreciated our splashes of color... Gifts from Above.  Thank You, Father.

blessings ~ tanna

26 comments:

podso said...

Really cute! And the leaf photo is spectacular. Wonderful photography, Tanna. hope you are having a restful weekend!

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Cute planter. All our trees are bare and it has been gray all day. Much needed rain coming soon and much colder temps. Tis the season.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

What fun wins, Tanna! I have almost the exact same turkey planter. I line it with a napkin and use it to hold utensils when I have a Thanksgiving buffet.

CAS said...

Congrats on your wins! They are so cute. We are just now getting some leaf color on some trees around here. We don't have many deciduous trees in our neck of the woods, I mean desert!
CAS

Ginny said...

They are adorable!! And I love your beautiful leaf picture!

Smita said...

happy thanksgiving :)

Christine said...

Blogger friends are so kind and thoughtful.
Congratultions on winning the gifts(and friends)!
I sure liked how Pat thought outside the box, to use her turkey planter.

a happy little life said...

LUCKY!!! Sooo sweet! It's really the little things.
XOX Tracie

T's Daily Treasures said...

Those turkeys are cute. You aren't gonna believe this. After nursing my sprained ankle for nearly 3 weeks, I decided today I needed to do some cleaning and organizing. Came across all my Fall/Thanksgiving decorations that I didn't even get out this year, so guess what I did today. Yep! I put them all out. Ha! Everyone else is decorating for Christmas, Thanksgiving is over and I'm putting out votives with Autumn leaves, tea towels with pilgrims and Indians, and turkey tealights. I figure I can enjoy them for at least a week or so before I decide what I'll do for Christmas this year. :) Hope your day is great. Tammy

Deb said...

aww Tanna what awesome prizes...I ckd our her blog...awesome...

TexWisGirl said...

a big amen to that!

nice presents from your friend!

Kelly said...

Those turkey's are so cute! Isn't it fun to win something? I just packed away the last of my Fall decorations yesterday and started decorating for Christmas outside since bad weather is headed our way. This is such a fun time of year!

California Girl said...

great minds thinking alike today Tanna. Changing of the seasons whether we are ready or not.

Donna said...

Tanna, we are done with color here in northern WV, but I am ready for the peacefulness of winter's mainly muted color scheme.
And I am about to do another blog my own self. It's just that everytime I sit down to do it, the words seem to leave.

Tanja said...

Tanna, you are lucky girl, let it stay longer so! Very interesting to read about this very american day Thanksgiving in your post and in the comments.

steph said...

Love your new turkeys!!! (I have a vintage planter--somewhat similar--that holds our cranberry sauce--when I can convince the gang that it's really OK not to see the ridges on the Ocean Spray!!!)
Something sad about leaving the Thanksgiving/Fall season...but I think I'm ready. The woolie are coming out!

Janette@Janette's Sage said...

Fun, fun...so long Turkeys..as Benjamin sings, don't come back until spring...well if they don't want to be eaten.

I hope your travelers had a great trip....you have had a wonderful visit with your little guys...give them kisses and kisses

Debbie said...

Full disclosure; I'm just oddball enough to miss the bright autumn colors and Thanksgiving already.

Time to move on, though, from being thankful for all He has given me to showing that thanks by giving to others. And so, I welcome Christmas.

(Still miss the turkey...)

Betsy said...

SO cute! And don't worry...I'm still in autumn and thanksgiving mode for another week. ha.

Mary said...

What lovely holiday decorations. How nice they came to you in time to use this year. I can't wait to see your Christmas decor. I hope you had a wonderful weekend. Blessings...Mary

nanny said...

Love your new turkeys.....what great gifts.

Your picture of the leaves is beautiful.

Have a good week (lots of fun)

Jen said...

Always fun to win giveaways! The cold weather the last couple of days definitely tells me we're shifting seasons!

Healthy Branscoms said...

Gorgeous pics! :) I am a new follower of your blog! :) Erin

Stitchfork said...

Slowly shifting holidays here too. Love the fall leaves photo!
xo Cathy

AudreyO said...

I was looking at my trees over the weekend and at this point most of the leaves have fallen off. What's left are just bare, brown branches waiting for next season's fruit to come in :)

Tricia @ saving room for dessert said...

Well you are a lucky girl! Love your turkey treats. Hope you had a wonderful holiday and good luck on those decorations!

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