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Our quiet Thanksgiving plan is coming along nicely. My blogging life is caught between Thanksgiving and Christmas so I apologize for flipping between the two. I have set the table which will stay set until we celebrate the holiday. I’ve created a nature-inspired neutral table. I went monochromatic with rustic touches.
For my centerpiece, I started with a silver tray and added a few wood slices, pinecones, a white pumpkin and a bundle of wheat.
I purchased a beautiful Hormel Cure 81 Bone-In Ham for dinner. This is great for all your holiday celebrations and even better for leftover lunches! What a wonderful dinner, the ham is already cooked so just needs to be heated through. It’s about 12 minutes a pound at 275. Then you can add a glaze (which is included!) if you like. We had plenty for a dinner for 7 and leftovers for the week. I served our ham with potatoes lyonnaise and roasted cauliflower.
I love my signature sheet music pockets so I used those to hold the silverware. I created printable that you can use for so many things! You can use on name tags, gifts or use them like I did at each place setting.
You can visit Walmart for more inspiration and to get a coupon for a Hormel ham!
As always, thank you for coming by!