While Thanksgiving is often thought of a holiday filled with delicious foods that doesn’t mean you can’t find ways to decorate your home with a Thanksgiving theme.
But what makes for a quality Thanksgiving home decor idea?
Something that can look like it almost belongs during any time in your house but more specifically during the Fall.
The idea behind most of these DIYs is that you aren’t going to spend a ton of cash just to have a season decoration. They are all easy to make and really add a touch of sparkle to your home.
This one is pretty simple. Grab a pumpkin that looks appealing to you and then spray paint it gold. We suggest using Rust-Oleum Metallic Spray to ensure you get the shine that your visitors will notice.
Easy to apply and you’ll get a nice gold finish.
If you’re looking for pumpkins then keep an eye out for pumpkin patches and most grocery stores will carry pumpkins in all sizes.
Hard to have Thanksgiving without some pie. Unfortunately, pies get shafted when it comes to decorations. Why should cakes have all of the fun?
Instead, you can add some simple decorations to your pie with an easy to apply stencil.
What do you use for the actual lettering? Well, you don’t want to use the spray paint that you bought for the pumpkins. Instead, you can use powdered sugar. It should go with most pies unless you’re making a broccoli and carrot pie.
This awesome tutorial shows you how to put together a beautiful pumpkin centerpiece.
Even better, you get to work with different colored pumpkins!
Who wouldn’t love that?!
By also adding sunflowers and other greenery, this centerpiece definitely stands out. While it won’t last forever, that’s okay. It adds a bit freshness to your home and that’s what counts.
I love succulents and keep them all over my home.
I love that you have to actively try hard to kill them (don’t try) and that they always seem to be in season.
However, I had no idea you could add them to a pumpkin to take your fall decorating to another level.
Some of the items you’ll need to create this awesome decoration are:
After that, it just comes down to applying the materials to the pumpkin. That’s right, you don’t even have to but it open!
Candle holders are great but add in some copper foil tape to your candle holders and suddenly they are taken to the next level.
Okay, let me say.
These. Are. Ridiculous.
Unfortunately, unlike the cool succulent pumpkins, you’ll need to cut open the gourds and remove the guts. This is a great stress relief activity though!
Then you just fill them up with water and some beautiful flowrs.
It’s kind of crazy how many different things you can do with pumpkins, right?
This decoration is pretty simple. Similar to the gourd you’ll need to remove the guts and if you bought the gold spray paint for the pumpkins earlier, then you can use that for these as well.
Just cover the top half with foil and spray the bottom of the pumpkin.
Thanksgiving seems to be the forgotten decoration holiday but it doesn’t have to be! Because Thanksgiving ties so well into the Fall theme it’s a great opportunity to create some decorations early on in the season that you can still use when guest come over for your delicious Thanksgiving meal.