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Friday, November 14

My "Gratitude" Tree

Happy November! Boy, I am getting excited and very into the Spirit of the Season this year!
Yes, I know!.... this early?!  You bet!  I've been working hard, bargain hunting and putting the last touches on several projects, that I will soon be sharing with you! 

On this one, I will admit,  I completely copied the idea! Yes, I'm honest enough to admit it and, actually sorry,  I hadn't thought of it on my own, first.  However,that being said,  they are drastically different. The idea is all that is similar.  Have you ever made and kept up a Gratitude tree?  If you have, Yay for you.  I am impressed! I keep up a Gratitude journal, but I have never before made a Gratitude tree, one started in the beginning of November so it can be added to daily!
What an awesome way to remind ourselves, and all that visit, how very Blessed we truly are, as we ready are house and cupboards for Thanksgiving!

This is how my Gratitude Tree came together!


I rather like it a lot! It makes me smile and "count my blessings" several times throughout the day, as I pass by it.  I have even taken to asking friends and family to fill out a tag of whatever they are grateful for and to add it to my tree. So far, everyone was pleased to do so!  There you go, another thing I'm grateful for!


If you Google "Gratitude Tree" or "Thanksgiving Tree" you will see, there are as many different ways to make one as there are things to be thankful for.  So, this is my way! 

A Christmas tree is only a Christmas tree if you decorate it to be such. This cute little burlap wrapped pine tree I thought fit the bill just perfectly for my little Gratitude tree! I hope you and enjoy it and find some way to remember all that you have to be thankful for. If you don't find yourself in a thankful place, well then, you have my sympathy and prayers.
Many Blessing to you, Friends!
~Theresa

So happy to tell you that this post was featured by Richella @ her beautiful Party Grace At Home!



I'll be sharing this post with:
Courtney @ French Country Cottage, Cindy @ My Romantic Home, Natasha's Say G'day Saturday, Kerryanne @ Shabbilicious Friday , Sherry@ The Charm of Home  Alison @ Nancherrow's Fridays Unfolded  Ramona @ Create With Joy's Friendship Friday  Sarah @Holiday Frugal Tips  What Mommy Does'Weekend Wind Down Jamielyn @ I Heart Nap Time Beverly @ How Sweet The Sound   Aimee@ It's Overflowing  Cheri @ It's So Very Cheri Vanessa @ Nifty Thrifty Things    Kim @ Savvy Southern Style: WOW us Wednesday   Marty @A Stroll Thru Life
Pamela @ From My Front Porch to Yours:Treasure Hunt Thursday  Nici @ Posed Perfection: Creative Ways  Richella @ Imparting Grace: Grace At Home



File under: #thanksgiving, #gratitudetree Thanksgiving, Gratitude Tree Thankful DIY thanksgiving tree crafts decor holidays seasons celebrations faith

11 comments:

  1. So lovely!! Your header is lovely, too. Your friend, Linda at Crafts a la Mode

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    1. Thank you Linda I'm so glad you like it! 😊
      ~Theresa

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  2. What a wonderful idea....so often we forget to be thankful for what we have. HPS Michelle

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    1. That is the truth, Michelle. Thank you for commenting.

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  3. It is a beautiful idea!! Love it!

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  4. Very cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. i love this idea! i wrote it down so i can do it with my kids next year starting on nov 1st. thanks for sharing! warmly- mj
    https://maryjomaterazo.typepad.com

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  6. Great idea for Thanksgiving !Thank you for linking up at Bloggers Brag weekly pinterest party. I have pinned to Bloggers brags pinterest board.We would love to see you again next monday.

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  7. Love this! Great way to keep the spirit of thankfulness alive through the Christmas season!!

    Thanks for joining Grace at Home. I'm featuring you this week!

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