It’s time for another fantastic Thanksgiving round-up to get you ready for the big festivities. Today we are focusing on your tablescape. As I’ve said before, when you spend so much time and effort on a meal, it deserves to be served on a gorgeous table. Before you run out and buy a bunch of decorations, check out these DIY projects for a gorgeous Thanksgiving table. There are place setting and centerpiece ideas to match many different tastes and styles. Then, once you find the ones that work for you, stick around and check out the Merry Monday link party below.
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Thanksgiving Pumpkin (The Scrap Shoppe)
The teal and gold on this adorable pumpkin make it perfect for a colorful Thanksgiving table.
Thanksgiving Succulent Centerpiece (Living La Vida Holoka)
How gorgeous is this entire table? There’s no reason why you can’t indulge your succulent love at your Thanksgiving dinner and this tutorial makes it easy.
An Inspiration to Create a Thick Wood Tray (The Red Painted Cottage)
Go for a rustic look with this gorgeous thick wood tray and neutral décor.
Thanksgiving Napkin Rings (A Wonderful Thought)
You know I’m a sucker for book page crafts so I love that there is an awesome tutorial to add it to my Thanksgiving table!
DIY Pretty Flower Place Setting Ideas (The Country Chic Cottage)
This DIY is so simple but absolutely elegant. It’s the perfect way to add a touch of nature to your dinner.
Fall Pumpkin Centerpiece (Simply Designing)
If you go the more traditional décor route, like me, then this centerpiece is for you. It is easy and elegant but still full of that festive fall look.
Easy Thanksgiving Table Decorations (Suburban Simplicity)
Here is another great centerpiece for a non-traditional Thanksgiving look. I love the pops of color against the white of the pumpkin.
DIY Chalkboard Wood Slice Napkin Rings (The Happy Housie)
These easy napkin rings can be used for a multitude of décor styles. The neutral napkin ring can be paired with colorful napkins for a fun twist or with cream-colored linen napkins for a farmhouse style.
DIY Beaded Autumn Leaves Napkin Ring (DIY Adulation)
Of course, if you’re going the traditional route then these beaded napkin rings are for you. They are festive and easy. Use them to dress up your everyday dishes for the occasion.
These DIY projects for a gorgeous Thanksgiving table are an easy and inexpensive way to ramp up your holiday décor. What style do you love? We always go traditional but I seriously love the colorful Thanksgiving tablescapes. Let’s get the party started now. Share your awesome posts with us below. Then be inspired by what your friends are sharing. See you down at this week’s Merry Monday link party!
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I’m a nerdy, crafty mom of three adorable little kids. I love writing and creating, but in my non-existent free time I also love karaoke, taking my kids to the zoo, and reading. I got my degree in Science (no idea how that happened) but I took every English class I could get my hands on because, yeah, I’m that girl.