N-S-E-W thanksgiving traditions party features

As we {quickly!} approach Thanksgiving day,
I thought I’d highlight a handful of beautiful projects, recipes, and traditions
from the N-S-E-W Traditions party that I’m co-hosting this week,
along with these lovely bloggers…

Each has shared her own awesome Thanksgiving tradition, recipe, and project too.

Heather at Setting for Four (Canada) :  Tablescape & Maple Syrup Acorn Squash
Tracey at Notes from a Cottage Industry (Northwest, USA) : Thanksgiving Printables & Better-than-Pumpkin-Pie Dessert
Sharon at Mrs. Hines’ Class (Southwest) : Mantel & Pork Tenderloin in Raspberry Chipotle Sauce
Heather & Vanessa of At the Picket Fence (Midwest) : Kids Craft, Tablescape, Pumpkin Pie Latte
Cheri of It’s So Very Cheri (South) : 
Bunting & How to Lose Weight over Thanksgiving 

*You can link up your thanksgiving posts at any one of the hosts sites, so don’t worry about finding your way back here!

Thank you to everyone who has linked up {or looked around}!

Leslie at The Seasoned Homemaker shared her perfectly Fall, fabric Leaf Table Runner (with tutorial).

I don’t think I’ll ever look at a cabbage the same way after seeing Thistlewood Farm (Kari)
creatively use three as vases for her beautiful Thanksgiving centerpiece.

And while you can’t eat the cabbage, you can certainly whip up this Cranberry Apple Stuffing Recipe
from Michele at Better Organized Living.
Um. Yum.
Love pretty food.

Laura of Finding Home linked up her warm and cozy Thanksgiving Table.
She cut the no-sew fabric maple leaf from tweed.

Hosting Thanksgiving for the first time?
Mary at Mary Organized linked up her family’s entire Thanksgiving menu WITH recipes.
Cranberry fluff? Dude.
I have so many new ideas for Thanksgiving dishes thanks to this party.

And I loved what Sylvia at Sylvia at Sylvia’s Simple Life had to say about tradition
and taking the time to “notice” the beauty of this season.

Link up your Thanksgiving loveliness below.
If you aren’t quite finished with your projects or posts yet, no worries.
The party runs right through Nov. 20.
On Wednesday, Clydia of Three Mango Seeds will host the party
and share her traditions, recipe, and front door & porch decor!



  1. I love Thanksgiving traditions. Thanks for hosting!
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  2. Thank you so much for featuring my Thanksgiving Menu and Recipes! I hope you love the Cranberry Fluff as much as we do! :)
    Mary from Mary Organizes recently posted..Natural Solutions for Children’s AllergiesMy Profile

  3. Thank you for hosting.
    Nicole Robinson recently posted..Holiday Stress: When She Wants Thanksgiving at Home (and he doesn’t)My Profile

  4. Thank you so much for the feature Jami! Such a great group of features! Linking up again today! Thanks, Laura

  5. Hi Jami –
    Happy Thanksgiving! Nice Party! Just linked up my quick chalk wall design.
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  6. Thank you soo much for featuring my Cranberry stuffing. I am loving all of the Thanksgiving posts and will be checking back for more. Thanks for hosting!
    Michele @ Better Organized Living recently posted..Pottery Barn Inspired Snowflake WreathMy Profile

  7. Allison says:

    I love Thanksgiving. Such a special time for family and friends to gather and for us all to remember all we have to be grateful for. Our family is big on traditions. A lovely post Jami and wonderful features. The cabbage floral arrangement is beautiful. Very colorful and clever.

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