Thanksgiving is only a couple days away! We know you are extremely busy gathering the loose ends to get your home ready for a big Thanksgiving FEAST. While you are out grabbing last minute items to prepare for the big day, we have compiled a list of last-minute DIY Thanksgiving decor to make the entire day come together.
PAINTED WINE BOTTLES
Grab those extra wine bottles that you have around your house and give them a nice coat of paint. You can use string, straw, or whatever supplies you have around your house to give the wine bottles a nice Thanksgiving touch!
CANDLES & CINNAMON STICKS
This one is super easy and will fill your home with a wonderful holiday smell. You can go out and buy a couple of white candles or use a few that you already have around the house. Then, tie cinnamon sticks around the candle. You will have a beautiful table decoration and the air will be filled with a nice cinnamon scent.
This may be one of the easiest DIYs on this blog. All you have to do is gather a handful of wheat and tie a holiday colored string around the middle. You will have beautiful and festive table decor.
SPRAY PAINTED PUMPKIN
Gather your leftover mini pumpkins from the season and give them a nice coat of spray paint. Using gold spray paint will give your pumpkins a glamorous makeover. You will be sure to please all of your Thanksgiving guests with this easy last-minute decoration.
A simple Thanksgiving decoration that can help turn your home into a Thanksgiving wonderland is a bowl of pine cones. Leaving the pine cones in a bowl or adding a few other decorative touches, such as mini pumpkins, a candle, or cinnamon sticks, is a great way to decorate your home for the holiday.
Mason jars are amazing and convenient for storage. However, you can also give them a coat of paint or wrap them in burlap to give them a nice decorative touch. For added Thanksgiving magic, use them as a vase for flowers or wheat bundles.
GLASS WITH CHESTNUTS
Another easy DIY decoration is to put unshelled chestnuts in a clear glass with tea candles. You can also add a ribbon or any other supplies you have around your house for an added Thanksgiving touch.
Cranberries are a beautiful and easy way to decorate your Thanksgiving table. All you have to do is grab any type of glass and fill it with whole cranberries. You can also add flowers to the top for a complete look.
UNCOOKED CORN KERNELS
You can grab that extra glass vase that you have around your house and fill it with uncooked corn kernels. This is an easy and inexpensive Thanksgiving decoration that is sure to please your guests. Be sure to add straw or string around the glass and place a small candle to give the vase a complete transformation.
Lastly, we want to wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours! Be sure to let us know if you use any of these last minute DIY decorations. We would love to see them!
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