Inexpensive and easy Thanksgiving Table Decorations that you can customize for your home. Set a beautiful tabletop with these simple and stunning Thanksgiving DIY ideas!
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Easy Thanksgiving Table Decorations
There’s nothing better than a festive holiday Thanksgiving table. The decorations, the traditions and the family that gathers around it sharing memories. One way to make it even more special is Easy Thanksgiving Table Decorations. Something you make yourself that showcases your style and flare.
It’s all the better if it’s inexpensive!
It’s one of my trademarks, a nicely dressed table. It’s fun to come up with creative ways that set the right mood and ambiance for the occasion. Whether it be a Birthday, holiday or just an everyday celebration, I like the table to be a focal point. My Thanksgiving table is no exception.
My budget isn’t usually high (you can spend a fortune on pre-made centerpieces, so I come up with ways to DIY something memorable. This year, it’s a foam pumpkin with faux florals that match our home’s color scheme. In years past I’ve gone with the traditional orange, yellows, and golds, but this year I decided to be unique and went with a beautiful teal with a pop of pink…and I’m loving it!
What I like about this easy Thanksgiving Table Centerpiece is that you can customize it to whatever colors or style you like. Go traditional and use an orange pumpkin and gold, yellow and orange flowers. Or, go bold with something that matches your home decor. It’s totally up to you.
How to DIY Your Thanksgiving Table Decorations
You’ll need a few simple supplies for these projects that can be found at Michael’s or Amazon:
Cutters (either sharp scissors or craft knife and wire cutters)
Step 1: Cut the top off the pumpkin like you’re going to carve out the center. Of course, it’s hallow, so no need to worry about getting your hands dirty with pumpkin seeds 🙂 You’ll want to create a hole that’s leaves a little lip around the end to make sure your floral foam isn’t seen when all the flowers are inside.
Step 2: Place the foam inside the pumpkin. Make sure it’s secure and doesn’t wobble around. Cut your faux flowers in various sizes if they came in a larger bunch.
Step 3: Begin arranging your faux flowers, and seasonal elements like mini pumpkins, by pushing the stems in the floral foam. Create a foundation with a base of foliage and then add flowers or seasonal accents to create a random design. Finish with wispy flowers as we did with the pops of pink flower buds.
Now it’s time to enjoy your inexpensive Thanksgiving table decorations all season long.
PRO TIP: Try incorporating your DIY centerpiece into your fall decor until it’s time to move it to your tablescape and enjoy it all season long!
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