Not sure how you want to decorate your home for Thanksgiving this year? No problem, we’ve got you covered with our list of ideas featuring centerpieces, mantel displays, craft projects, wreaths and so much more.
As your family and friends start to pile in for Thanksgiving dinner, have them write what they are thankful for on a paper leaf and pin it to a board. The frame can be made using a linen-covered foam backing and an old picture frame. You can cut paper leaves from old books or colored scrap paper in different shades for a complete fall look.
Repurpose candleholders you have out or stocked away in the closet. Placing small pumpkins and gourds on top of the candleholders gives you a quick and unique decor item for Thanksgiving. If your candleholders are old, or you want them to match more uniformly, you can spray paint them gold for a unified look.
The mantel above your fireplace is an excellent place to display your festive spirit during the holidays. Often overlooked for fall, you can casually arrange an assortment of pumpkins and gourds between bundles of wheat, candles and smaller decor items. On the day of Thanksgiving you can even include a blackboard that discloses the menu for the day or an inspirational message. The choice is yours.
Set a warming and thankful tone during the holiday by displaying a “Thankful Wreath” on the front of your door. You can create your own thankful fall wreath by combining roses, pinecones, berries and hydrangeas.
Small pumpkins, fall seasoned apples and gourds spilling out of a cornucopia create an opulent and seasonal look for the perfect Thanksgiving centerpiece.
This is a quick and inexpensive way to decorate your home for any occasion. Stop by your local craft store and pick up some select fall foliage you can display in an array of glass bottles. Tiny gourds and other vegetation between the bottles can add a homey feel to your space.