It’s November, so that starts the holiday count down at my house. How about you? Are you getting excited about the holidays this year? So let’s create a Thanksgiving Centerpiece and table decor.
I am sharing some easy Thanksgiving Centerpieces and Table Decor ideas you can make in minutes. The inspiration for the first centerpiece was some vintage tool caddy or totes. I had a “new” looking centerpiece box, and I wanted to make it look old and rustic like my Father’s tool caddies (see the below photo).
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How to Create Easy Thanksgiving Centerpieces
What you will need:
Supplies and Tools
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- Rustic Centerpiece box (you can find mine HERE)
- Fall Leaves (faux)
- Floral foam
- Pilar candles (battery operated with timer and remote)
- Floral picks
- Craft floral picks
- Pinecone picks
- Wire cutters (these are my favorites)
- Scissors (if using ribbon)
- Ribbon (optional)
- Bread knife
- Cutting mat
Start by gathering all your decorating supplies.
Note: I like to gather more supplies than I need (it helps to inspire me).
Place the candles in first to see what space you have to add florals.
Next, using a bread knife cut floral foam (this is the foam I used)to fill the candles’ spaces.
This rustic centerpiece box can be filled with any florals. I recommend filling it by distributing the size, color, and shapes.
Fill in the box with golden orange florals. Cut the floral bushes apart with wire cutters (these are my favorite).
Distribute acorns and pinecones evenly in your Thanksgiving centerpiece. I added wood disks under the candles to add some height.
I collected some pinecones from my yard to add to my centerpiece.
Making easy pinecone picks with craft floral picks.
I recommend using battery operated candles with a timer and a remote.
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More Amazing DIY Thanksgiving Table Decor
These creative bloggers have a ton of easy Thanksgiving decorating ideas you are going to love.
This gorgeous DIY felt garland made by Olivia from Oliviaohern.com is perfect for hanging in your dining room for Thanksgiving. It is inexpensive and easy to make. Olivia offers patterns and easy to follow step by step directions to make this garland.
My friend Rebecca from the Zucchini Sisters blog shares how she puts together an easy 10-minute Thanksgiving centerpiece.
I adore buffalo check, and Cherryl from Farm Girl Reformed shows how she sets her Thanksgiving table using buffalo check seasonal items.
Chas from Chas’ Crazy Creations transformed some ordinary items into an adorable pilgrim hat. The adults and kids will love this one!
My friend Agnes from Just That Perfect Piece shares her super easy last-minute napkins rings.
You will find more beautiful Thanksgiving decor ideas over at Bricks n Blooms. Stacy from Bricks n Blooms shares how she creates a warm and inviting table setting and centerpiece.
Suppose you are like me and need some simple place setting ideas, then you are going to enjoy these ideas by The House on Silverado. Niky shares how she creates three warm and inviting place settings for all your Thanksgiving and all your fall dinners.
Visiting Life at Bella Terra blog is always a treat. You must see it!!! She has a flair for decorating with plants that you can see in many of her posts.
This year she is sharing how she creates the perfect Thanksgiving table with plants.
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