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  1. I thought you had used sisal rope on the outside, and I bet it would have been easier. It really is magnificent!

    1. Yes, I could have used a simpler thing, but I just had that braided raffia in my head! Thank you for visiting and for leaving the nice comment!

  2. That’s beautiful! I appreciate all the hours projects take. So amazing! That should last forever! Thanks for sharing!

  3. This turned out absolutely beautiful! I also didn’t know that you could use a hairdryer to melt all those pesky little strings. So gorgeous and I love that you can customize it to fit your own table, big or small.

  4. Love it! It is the perfect size for your big table…and family! I totally get the size perspective (and van) though. Bill says he wishes we could buy groceries by the ton like we do everything else on our farm!

  5. Jenn, that is beautiful! I like the arrangement of the fruit and veggies. I’m sure the kids had fun helping you.

  6. Now THAT is amazing! Such an impressive and gorgeous piece!

    Thank you for linking up w us at Creative Muster! We are pinning this! Many blessings to you. xoxoxo Sharon

  7. Hi Jenn, I love Thanksgiving and your cornucopia is gorgeous! thanks so much for taking the time to share the DIY. I’m featuring this post this evening on All About Home.

  8. What a smart and lovely cornucopia project! Congrats on your feature at All About Home! We would love to have you link-up each week at Tuesday Turn About… we open on Tuesdays at 5pm CST! Hope to see you there!

  9. This is absolutely beautiful! I just love a cornucopia, and I’ve never seen a DIY for one before. What an inspiration! Since I don’t have kids at home to help, I would probably make mine a little smaller, as you’ve suggested, but I’ve pinned this to my Thanksgiving board.

    Thanks so much for joining the Grace at Home party at Imparting Grace. I’m featuring you this week!

  10. Your cornucopia is beautiful. I’m featuring it on this Monday’s Little Cottage Link Party. Braiding all of that raffia string really paid off.

  11. I love this, Jennifer! It’s so pretty, and a really impressive centrepiece. Thank you for sharing, and for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Link Party. I’m pinning this post and featuring it at the party this week. Hope to ‘see’ you there! Happy Thanksgiving to your and yours!

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