I do not do well with large dinners, so Thanksgiving is usually stressful for me! If I have more than two dishes that need to be ready to eat at the same time, I get a bit crazy! Over the last few years, we've been up to Salt Lake at my mom's and then last year we were invited by some friends here in Vegas, but before that we actually went to the buffet at the Red Rock Station casino and it was really good. The best thing was that there were no dishes to clean up, the worst thing was there were no leftovers to have sandwiches with! This year, the vote was taken and we are doing ham instead of turkey (phew!!). I love turkey, but a ham is much easier for me since it's already cooked and I just have to warm it! Yay! I've also delegated most of the dishes to my family! My kids are old enough that they could really make the whole meal, but I'll go easy on them this year and just give them a dish or two to prepare. My sweetie is doing the potatoes and stuffing, the boy is making his oma's mac and cheese dish and some corn, and the girl is making a Jello salad and a dessert! I have the ham and rolls--I think we are set! I am more relaxed this year and I know that tomorrow will be great! Hopefully we will be able to Skype with the rest of the family after dinner. Here is a little framed decor item I made with Autumn Accents Bigz die (and the Big Shot) and the houndstooth and chevron embossing folders, Orchard Harvest DSP and a small piece of Crumb Cake seam binding. I was going to put some words in there, and maybe I will later, but I think I like it just plain. What do you think?
I added just a bit of Glitter paper to tie in with my brushed silver furniture and I used glue dots to ruffle up the seam binding.
I hope you all have a very happy Thanksgiving and remember, there's always something to be thankful for!