What are you thankful for?

Typically the month of November begins the holiday frame of mind…shopping, gift giving, family gatherings, holiday parties, good food and of course the little thing we should do everyday – be thoughtful of what we are thankful for.

Starting November 1st, I’ve seen the updates on Facebook and the tweets on Twitter of people taking time everyday to announce what they are thankful for. The list can go on and on, depending on the day and situation.

I came across many wonderful items that are great for saying “Thank You”, unique items useful in your home for hosting a party or giving as a gift.


This inspirational sign by Tanja Sova would look wonderful hanging in a home.  The BLESSINGS is woodburned on a Bradford Pear branch.


This NOVEMBER hand embroidered dish towel by CraveCute would be a perfect addition to decorate your kitchen this time of year and eco-friendly because it will last for years.


DIY Lavender Sachet kit by EcoMonster allows you to create eight. A wonderful way to say “Thank You”.


I love this large Walnut and Dark Maple cutting board by The Thinkin’ and Dinkin’ Shop. Great for gift giving and very useful in the kitchen.


Yummm…I bet these smell wonderful. Pumpkin Pie soap slices wrapped in a kraft gift box by Aquarian Bath would make a unique gift for a hostess and definitely say “Thank You” this time of year.


Simple and perfect. Eco-friendly gift set of four napkins and fabric tray by Nikki Designs. Useful for holding napkins and to display other items this holiday season and everyday.


Lead in photo: “Give Thanks with a Grateful Heart” 5×7 Photo by Pink Tree by Sarah


I’m thankful for my happy and healthy children, husband, family and friends everyday and looking forward to spending time with my family and friends this holiday season.

What are you thankful for?

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  1. Beautiful items! I love Thanksgiving, it is a wonderful holiday. It is a great time to take note of all of the incredible things we have to be thankful for in this country. I am thankful for things that some take for granted, like blue skies, clean air and water, safe food and the smart people that are trying to keep it that way.

  2. Lovely items. I think this year I am thankful to live on a hill, and that my wonderful husband had 6 huge pine trees taken down before the storm.

  3. Beautiful selections!

  4. I’m thankful for a wonderful husband! My hubs rocks! 😉