give thanks - Banner
A Simple Reminder
shipping tags - 1 3/8" x 2 3/4"
each tag is hand stamped with a letter
and tied to a piece of grapevine
along with a leaf we found a few days ago
We are truly thankful, but certainly don't take it for granted.
After seeing the devastation left by Hurricane Sandy
we realize Life can change in an instant.
To support our friends in the NE
A beautiful post, Geneva. A lovely banner and sentiment. (Missed you for a bit, glad to see a post.) xoReplyDelete
Geneva- What a beautiful idea. I love it- it is simple and sweet and meaningful- xo DianaReplyDelete
I love that -- so simple and elegant and natural.ReplyDelete
This is so lovely!! Whta a great banner! I wanted to stamp a thankful tag today and use it as a napkin ring and then I realized I'm out of ink. Poor me, I have to make a trip to the craft store. ;)ReplyDelete
Very cool. Great idea.ReplyDelete
Your banner is a simple and clever addition to your room and a lovely tribute to those in need right now.ReplyDelete
I love this idea! Simple and really cute for the season. I might have to copy it! MimiReplyDelete
I really like this idea. It looks great hanging from your mirror.ReplyDelete
How lovely! I love the way you displayed the folding yellow ruler, too.ReplyDelete
What a simple but great idea! Thank you for sharing. I love it on the vine.ReplyDelete
A wonderful message GenevaReplyDelete
"Thanks-giving." Give thanks to the one who blesses us each and every day :) Thanks friend for your lovely posts ><>...JennyReplyDelete
Hello Geneva, this is a marvelous idea - love the tags and having them attached to the grapevine with the leaves - I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,ReplyDelete
Great idea for the banner! Very pretty!ReplyDelete
Lovely banner and looks great in front of the mirror.ReplyDelete
Your banner is adorable! We all have so much to be thankful for. My heart goes out to those down state who were affected by Hurricane Sandy. At work we have been donating bleach, disinfectant wipes and sprays to assist people with cleaning up their homes. The Red Cross has a limited supply right now. I am so thankful for my bed and electricity!