Hoping to take the headache out of post Thanksgiving this year? We teamed up with Martha Stewart Living to test run a couple of goodies that will help smooth out any wrinkles in your Thanksgiving morning after celebrations! We began by giving our table a seasonal make-over. Using Martha Stewart Craft paints and dobbers we created a pretty polka dot table runner and tea towel in copper and marsala red. We cut gorgeous gold paper leaf napkin rings on our iron-on leaf napkins and finished off adding plenty of fresh fruits to bring our Thanksgiving table to life. You can find the leaf napkin ring SVG cut file and PDF printable template below as well as the files for the leaf pattern we added to our pretty linen napkins.
For our Black Friday brunch prepared a wonderful homemade breakfast hash by Smithfield. Their hand trimmed bacon and slow-cooked hams are perfect for the Holiday season and this hash recipe is ideal for using up the Thanksgiving leftovers – yummy! Top it with a little hot sauce to ensure your day starts with a zing! We brewed a fresh pot of tea from Traditional Medicinals and sipped them from our mugs decorated with our “relax” and “revive” vinyl designs. Crafted by trained herbalists, Traditional Medicinal teas are made from the highest quality herbs, sourced in their native habitat. There are heaps of delicious flavors to choose from but my favorite has to be their Throat Coat – the perfect antidote to all that Thanksgiving indulgence! You can find the SVG cut file and PDF printable template for the mug design below.
To store our Thanksgiving leftovers we used a variety of super-useful containers by Rubbermaid. We labeled our containers with playful vinyl labels which you can download below. Labeling your leftovers before you pop them in the refrigerator or freezer makes life a little easier when you are wanting to feed the family on a weekday night! Our vinyl designs can be cut on a cutting machine (just click on the SVG below), or you can download the PDF and cut out by hand. Thanks to Martha Stewart Living for inviting us to take part, we had a blast!~Lia!
Disclaimer: Big thank you to Martha Stewart Crafts, Traditional Medicinals, Rubbermaid, and Smithfield for providing the materials for this project! All thoughts and opinions are my own as always.