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Thanksgiving Pilgrim Vignette

Thanksgiving Pilgrim Vignette

How do you like my Thanksgiving vignette this year? Isn’t it stinkin’ cute? I already had the pilgrims from last year, which I just LOVE, and when I saw this sweet little wagon, my heart did a little pitter patter! I just knew the dolls and wagon would be perfect together! All I had to do was put a little bale of straw in the wagon, add some real pumpkins, a few fall leaves and foliage, and “Boom,” I was done!

This old-fashioned green wagon is the perfect size for these small dolls.

This is probably the easiest and fastest vignette I have ever put together!  You don’t have to be a very good decorator, nor do you have a make a thing!  Easy Peasy! Below you will find where I found everything.

Thanksgiving Pilgrim Vignette

Supplies:

The dolls are made by Joe Spencer.  I have collected several of them and just last year added these two to my collection.  Both are only 15 inches tall so they are easy to store.  I love their detailed pilgrim clothes and their cute little somber faces are so adorable!  Both are holding tiny little cloth pumpkins! Score!

Adam Pilgrim – You can find him HERE

Eve Pilgrim – You can find her HERE

Amish Green Wagon Planter – You can find this adorable planter HERE

Pumpkin sign – I found this cute metal sign from Michael’s, but any pumpkin sign will work.

Pumpkins – 6 small, real pumpkins bought at the grocery store, but you can use fake ones as well.

Ferns – I used 3 fall ferns from Hobby Lobby.

Leaves –  The preserved leaves are from JoAnns; the faux leaves from Michaels.

Straw – I used only one small bundle of straw which I found at both Michaels and Walmart.

Now it’s your turn!  Have fun!!


Thanksgiving Pilgrim Vignette

Sharing at these great link parties:

The Hearth & SoulAll About HomeAll About HomeInspire Me MondayYou’re the StarUnlimited Monthly Link PartyTutorials & TipsInspire Me MondayLou Lou Girls Fabulous PartyInspire Me Monday Wonderful WednesdayTuesdays at our HomeMake it Pretty MondayInspire Me TuesdayBeautifully MadeCreative Muster PartyWow Me WednesdayTalk of Town PartyReader Tip Tuesday Your Whims Wednesday – Turn About TuesdayTuesdays with a TwistWonderful WednesdayHome and Garden ThursdayShare Your Style

More great link parties I’m sharing at:

To Grandma’s House We GoVintage CharmWaste Not WednesdayParty in Your PJsThursday Favorite ThingsGrace at Home – Home Matters PartyFriday FeatureFuntastic Friday Friday FavoritesBest of the WeekendFriday at the FirestationHandmade OtherwiseHappy Pink SaturdayDare to Share – Saturday SparksCreate, Bake, Grow & GatherA Morning Cup of Joe! – Farmhouse FridaySnickerdoodle Create Bake MakeHappiness is Homemade – Sundays Best Link Up – Over the MoonSilver Pennies SundayDishing it & Digging it

 

 

 

 

 

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10 Comments

  1. Looks nice!! Thanks so much for linking up at the #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 6. Shared.

  2. What darling dolls, they remind me of some I made for my kids many years ago.
    Thank you for sharing on #ohmyheartsiergirl this past week!
    I hope you have a lovely Thanksgiving!
    HUgs
    Karren

    • Thank you Karren! I love the dolls too! I would love to see the dolls that you made for your kids. Happy Thanksgiving to you as well!

  3. This is so pretty! I just love the little pilgrims! They’re adorable!!

  4. How adorable! Thank you so much for sharing at All About Home. Happy Thanksgiving!

  5. Your pilgrim vignette is adorable and I love the wagon! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

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