Alrighty, today is DAY ONE of my FIVE DAY Thanksgiving Dinner mini-series.
Being the crafty chick I’m going to make myself comfortable and start with what I know. And that’s crafts and decor. I rounded up ten AWESOME Fall/ Thanksgiving decor ideas that I’m so excited to share. Click on the collage below to be taken straight to the Pinboard with all these sources PIN READY. 🙂
Love the recycle feature of these bottles! These could be set anywhere in the house and hold everything from flowers to fall foliage/ branches and even straws. Could be a fun idea to apply to ANY event.
Kathe has done such a wonderful job replicating her inspiration with this very festive Thanksgiving Buffet! I’m just loving those amber jugs!
Love the simplicity of this cornhusk wreath. It looks simple to create and sets just the right mood. Not too Halloween-y and not too winter-y, which is a hard combination to accomplish.
These blocks are not only REALLY CUTE, but super simple! Heather and her girls were able to pull off a fun and reusable craft for years to come.
I am absolutely loving this give thanks idea! Cut leaf shapes out of craft paper and write down your thanks for the year, then spread them out to share. Would be nice to keep them year to year to see how your thanks have evolved.
This would be a really cute “Welcome to Dinner” sign. Below it you could write the drinks or food menu, or maybe the time dinner starts to call your family away from the football game!
Love this super simply tutorial for a quick and easy holiday pillow. Not something you’d use for every day decor, but for a quick dinner party or decoration it will do the trick!
These sourdough pieces make really dimensional decorations for your fireplace or windows. Love the acorns added tot he mix of colorful leaves.
Although this is an Etsy item, I think this would be and easily replicated idea. Taking newspaper and painting cut out leaves and layering on a wreath form. Looks SO GOOD. But, if you’re not that crafty– the price is just right!
I’m going to have to get myself some of that spray on chalkboard paint. I really love the rustic look.
How about all those projects? Loving the directions each of these are headed. Do you have any Thanksgiving decorations? Show-em!
Check back tomorrow for DAY TWO (TABLESETTINGS!)