Preparing and choosing décor beforehand means that your Thanksgiving party or dinner will be perfect, cozy and very hearty. Let’s make some decorations that will let you create amazing tablescapes and make your home inviting.
The first craft for today is a cool food centerpiece: you needn’t puzzle over how to decorate when you have veggies! Baby’s breath, eucalyptus sprigs, red cabbage, cauliflower, carrots with stems and Brussels sprouts will help you to make a cool decoration. Read how to arrange them in the source.
A cornucopia has been a symbol of harvest and abundance for centuries, and it can be a trendy centerpiece on your table. Fill it with succulents and pinecones and you’ll get a cool piece!
Natural pumpkins can be turned into cool votives. Choose a color that suits your table setting and paint the pumpkins. Let them dry and cut out everything you need to insert candles. Voila!
These simple minimalist banners are just some fabric stamped and hung on the walls and doors. No fuss, just a couple of minutes spent for the craft!
A place card can be a super cool one if you take not usual paper or cardboard but metal sheets. Stamp names on them and place them where you want.
Need a natural garland for decorating your home? Take pinecones, seeds, acorns, pom poms, jingle bells and other stuff that you like and put them on a string. Voila!
These place card holders will be a creative decoration for your table. Take air dry clay and make small bowls, let them dry, then paint them gold completely or in parts. Write names when dry, and you are done!
Make pumpkin place cards to complete the tablescape. Take pumpkins and paint them grey, then cover the stems with copper paint and let dry. Attach tags to the pumpkins or write the names right on them.
A simple grapevine wreath can become festive if you attach lights to it. It’s a cool and modern idea without any fuss, it can be used not only for Thanksgiving but also for winter holidays. If you think it’s too simple, add some décor like pinecones or leaves.
Bittersweet berry branch and gauge wire can be used to create holiday mini wreaths. Use them for place cards, hang them around the house and put everywhere you want.
Create a gorgeous healthy Thanksgiving centerpiece that may be eaten. Prepare green apples and pears, nuts, grapes, artichokes, white candles and pinecones and put that all on a cutting board. Such a centerpiece isn’t banal and will match a lot of décor styles.
Make cool candle holders of clay and paint them in metallic colors. Such candle holders will match a lot of décor styles and will bring a touch of fall to your festive table.
A usual faux pumpkin can be turned into a gorgeous centerpiece. Paint the whole piece copper or gold, then paint a blue circle and add a deer silhouette in the center. Decorate your table with it and you’ll get an eye-catchy centerpiece.
These floral chargers will be ideal for modern, traditional and other tablescapes. You need just some plates and floral paper – cover them with this paper attaching it in some comfy way.