15 Easy DIY Thanksgiving Decorations! Decorate your home with these DIY Thanksgiving Decorations that are quick, easy and perfect to transform your home for the Thanksgiving holiday!
After you decorate your home, you’ll need some delicious recipes to put on your table – try these! Sweet Potato Casserole, Cheesy Potatoes, and Pumpkin Bars!
Impress your guests this Thanksgiving with some amazing home decor pieces. If you are a person who enjoys a little DIY crafting, then check out these awesome Thanksgiving decorations you can easily make to get your home ready for guests.
With a few decorations throughout your home, it will transform it and it becomes warm and inviting and greets your guests with holiday spirit.
So, what are you waiting for? Grab all your supplies and get to crafting!
Here you will find fall inspired centerpieces, decor pieces to dress up your table, mantle, and every other space in your home. Bring the beauty of fall indoors and let’s get the holiday celebrating started.
I love a country and rustic look for Thanksgiving and those are some of the types of crafts you will find below.
All of these DIY Thanksgiving decorations are pretty simple to make, so it won’t it’s not too hard to get the same amazing results!
Easy Thanksgiving Decorations
Dressing up our table for Thanksgiving is always fun. Here is an affordable table set-up that is perfect for fall and Thanksgiving.
Take a fake pumpkin and transform it in a floral vase for a perfect pumpkin centerpiece. A very easy and affordable DIY Thanksgiving craft you can make in under an hour.
Dress up your kitchen table with these Thanksgiving napkin rings. It adds an element of style to your table and showcases the holiday spirit.
Every home needs a give thanks sign to put out on display. This piece right here would cost quite a bit if you purchased it in-stores but it is a lot cheaper to make, not to mention fun.
Grab a breadboard and add some chalk paint for your own DIY chalkboard breadboard. This is really neat to write a Thanksgiving quote and display in your kitchen.
Check out this no-sew burlap table runner. I love burlap around Thanksgiving as it is the perfect texture to really get that rustic and fall look in your home.
One thing I love to do is create a thankful tree with my kids and husband. You are able to really embrace the “thankful” aspect of Thanksgiving.
This fall leaf pillow adds a splash of color to your space and gives it that fall feel. In just minutes you can add this pillow to your couch or other furniture and watch your space be transformed.
Wow, this 5-minute Thanksgiving centerpiece looks like it came out of a catalog. Talk about rustic, chic, and absolutely breathtaking. Best of all it is so simple to create.
If you have wooden shudders that you don’t know what to do with, consider repurposing them. This give thanks wooden shutters craft really transforms your front porch area.
Here is another thankful inspired centerpiece that you can create for a perfect holiday family gathering. Simple and elegant.
How fun are these baker twine pumpkins? These are paper mache pumpkins that cost very little, and the twine is affordable as well. But when you see the finished product it looks like you spent a good amount of money.
Be Thankful mason jars are a really fun craft to make to put out on display in any room. I love the whole idea of having wheat inside, but you could also do bold mums or any other flower.
I love these paper pumpkins, they are so simple to make but really add dimension to space. I love that you can do all different shapes and sizes and pair them together.
This hand-painted Thanksgiving platter will dress up your display with tasty treats on top, ready to serve your guest on.
Transform your pumpkins into holiday turkeys. Gobble gobble, perfect to display around the kitchen table or add in an area of your home. Kids love these.
With just a few craft supplies, you can transform your home into a warm and inviting environment with these DIY Thanksgiving Decorations!
These ideas are trully amazing! I love decorating with mason jars – always a a nice touch and good idea for any seasonal decoration.
thank you! I LOVE Mason Jars!