Sunday, November 18, 2012

AfterSchool, Cornucopia

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One of our family traditions around Thanksgiving time is to make a cornucopia centerpiece for our table. We've been doing this since Little J was a toddler and the kids look forward to it each year. Our centerpiece is completely informal as the family takes and eats from it daily and I replenish it as needed.

Make a cornucopia, Thanksgiving Traditions

The cornucopia probably came from either Michael's or World Market.  We set it on a tray so the contents can spill out and still stay contained.  We usually use fruits and nuts.  I added some candies this year (they have to ask before they take one of these).  You could use little pumpkins, clementines, and vegetables too.

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Mud Hut Mama said...

I love that your cornucopia is full of healthy treats - and that it is informal and gets taken from and replenished regularly.

Raising a Happy Child said...

This is so neat - I literally wanted to reach out and take a piece!

maryanne @ mama smiles said...

I love your edible centerpiece!