Thanksgiving is coming and it’s high time to think how you’ll decorate the space. The easiest way to go is to place some pumpkins and hang some garlands and banners around. Garlands and banners are very easy to make and won’t take much time. Wanna see some? Here they are!
Create a simple, rustic DIY pumpkin banner perfect for autumn using buffalo check burlap and a free template! The twine goes so well with the burlap and was perfect for making cute little bows for each pumpkin. The tiny clothespins are perfect for banners because they allow you to move things around and are a quick and simple way to attach things.
Looking for some entertaining ideas for your fall parties and gatherings? This post is full of tips for decor and food and also includes free fall printables for a cute pumpkin spice party! There’s not only a pumpkin banner but also printables for artworks and even food! Read how to make them all and dress up your whole party!
It is time to start being thankful and decorating for Thanksgiving Dinner. This is a cute and very easy to make Thanksgiving pine cone banner using some pinecones, colorful printed fabric and some more small supplies. Enjoy crafting and decorate your space with this banner at its best!
This little “give thanks” banner was just the thing to spruce up the house for Thanksgiving. It was quick, easy, free, and best of all you can throw it away in a few weeks. The cool thing is that you may make this Thanksgiving banner of real fallen leaves that you’ve gathered in the yard, or just buy some fake leaves that will be more long-lasting. So easy and so fast!
Sometimes, among all the turkeys and pies, the true meaning of Thanksgiving gets a little lost. Yes, eating good food and watching football is great, but you just have to look at the name of the holiday to really know what it’s all about: giving thanks. Help your kids learn this lesson with an easy, fun activity that you’ll be proud to display. Make a banner of colored paper or cardstock and let your kids write what they are thankful for on the parts. So cool, read the tutorial and go ahead!
This banner is a very simple idea: an easy Thanksgiving banner of colorful printed letters. The tutorial is pretty easy: print out the letters you’ll see in the tutorial and put them on a string, so easy and so cute! This is a great last minute craft for everyone, print out and put the letters on a string, nothing else is needed!
This garland may seem a printable one but it’s not! This is a cool 3D garland made of block letters that are painted with chalkboard paint. You go for any letters of your choice forming various garlands and looks and prefer even bold colors instead of black. Read the tutorial to find out how to handle these letters and enjoy!
Simple popsicle sticks can be a nice material to make a creative Thanksgiving garland. Stacked together, these cool sticks make a great flat canvas that can be used for letters or images. Read the tutorial to find out how to stack the sticks together, then apply letters to them to make this gold popsicle stick banner. Get inspired to add interest to your space!
This project would be ideal to do with your kiddos, too. Head to your backyard and collect some lovely fall leaves. If you’re not the nature collecting type, you can use faux leaves that will last longer than real ones. The garland is embellished with colorful washi tape, it’s very easy and won’t take much time to make it. Get inspired and go make one!
DIY garlands can give your home that special touch during the holidays, especially when you mingle the textures of fall for a unique Thanksgiving banner that welcomes autumn and your guests! Using trendy burlap banners combined with the look of traditional pinecone garlands, you can learn how to make a Thanksgiving garland.
What’s so amazing about this garland of colorful felt letters? It can be changed up throughout the year to display a message appropriate for whatever occasion you are currently celebrating! It’s a great idea for a versatile decoration that is always at hand: change it any time according to the occasion and voila! read how to make one in the tutorial and craft it.
Thanksgiving dressed in warm earth tones and little seed pod? So cool! this garland includes them all: pinecones, seeds, acorns, pom poms, jingle bells. Get more natural stuff in any store or outdoors and make a super natural Thanksgiving garland of various catchy stuff!
This garland is rather traditional and cozy: it consists of various fake stuff inspired by the fall like acorns, berries, pinecones, leaves and fruits. This garland could be used on a fireplace, a shelf, across a window, over a door frame or swagged on a wall — you do not need to have a mantle. Read how to make it and enjoy!