Thanksgiving is only 3 days away. Add a touch of fall to your Thanksgiving table with elegant yet easy-to-make Thanksgiving centerpiece ideas. Including natural elements, candle displays, and more, these centerpieces will be a highlight on your holiday table.
Remember that spray paint I love so much from Rustoleum…Metallic Gold. I used it on the ‘Framed Pumpkin’. How beautiful does this look…3 faux pumpkins and a can of spray paint…is all you need…you can also spray some of your pine cones gold also! Stunning!
I love this next one…All you need is a branch from outside, a vase, colored paper, and some string. Cut out shapes of leaves. If you have a faux one, use that to trace. Punch a hole at top of leaf, put the string through, and there you go.Each person at the table has a marker and a leaf ready to hang. Each person writes what they are thankful for on the leaf. Then you hang on the branch! Be sure to put nuts in the vase as a filler and to hold the branch still.
This next one is easy also. All you need is some spray paint or chalk paint and some flowers and a candle. The pumpkins can be purchased at the dollar store. Cut off the tops with a knife…be careful..Then paint. Add something like small pebbles inside on the bottom to give weight to the pumpkin, so when you add candle…it stays put! Add some little flowers…there you go!!!
This next one is such a awesome idea. Do you like succulents? Well how about taking a large gourd, cutting it in half length wise, then placing succulents in it…So beautiful and natural!
This next one, you glue popcorn kernels and a different variety of beans to different size pumpkins!
These pretty little posts I made here…https://kelleysdiy.com/2016/10/30/fall-flowerpot/
Here is another idea where I used the Metallic Gold spray paint: https://kelleysdiy.com/2016/09/30/golden-pumpkins/
I hope you decide to do one of these tablescapes…they are not only pretty…but easy. We all could use easy and stress free ideas!