Are you thinking about Thanksgiving preparations? We may think of dressing the turkey, but we also want our homes dressed for the holiday. I’ve gathered 23 best Thanksgiving DIY decorating ideas to make for the holiday.
I know we are still a couple of weeksaway from Halloween. Do you realize that means we are several weeks away from Thanksgiving?
Thanksgiving may last one day, but it is a season that begins on November 1st. It is also a holiday that takes a great deal of preparation.
I love decorating for Thanksgiving almost as much as I love decorating for Christmas. Now is the time to find the inspiration to create a home that reflects thankfulness and gratefulness.
Since Thanksgiving is on November 23rd this year, I picked 23 of the best Thanksgiving DIY decoration ideas. You’ll have plenty of options to fit your style and craft abilities.
Before I start making a new DIY project for a holiday or event, I first have to get inspired. I love to search online and in magazines for holiday ideas. That means scrolling through Pinterest.
Do you need some ideas for creating decor in your home for Thanksgiving? Then join me as I show you fun Thanksgiving DIY decorating ideas to get you in the mood to celebrate our most iconic holiday.
Welcome to 10 Fabulous Finds at Bluesky Browsing #110.
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ideas to help you in your home decor efforts
fun holiday decoration ideas
ideas for better organization and efficiency
a yummy recipe or cocktail
fun DIY projects
the latest trends in home decor
a quirky new find or two
Focusing on finding new projects, resources, tips, new ideas, and inspiration for you is my main task. I’m constantly discovering fabulous finds to inspire us. My goal is to help you find ideas for your home decor, your crafting, your home organization, and anything about home.
Thanksgiving DIY Decorating Projects: 10 Fun Craft Ideas
These Thanksgiving DIY ideas are curated from my search on Pinterest. You can see more holiday ideas on these Pinterest Boards:
This super easy DIY Copper Pumpkin Project from Diane of South House Designs is super cute and very clever. This is one of the most unique pumpkin projects. Make a few and pair them with your favorite turkey.
Felt Acorn DIY Napkin Rings
We think of pumpkins and turkeys and pilgrims at Thanksgiving, but acorns are definitely a fall ingredient we can use this season. I thought these little DIY acorns from Michelle of Thistlekey Lane were so sweet that I just had to include them. I ordered a bag of felt balls to make some.
If you like a casual, rustic look for your Thanksgiving table, you will love these napkin rings using kraft paper. Shannon of Handmade Lovely shows you different ways to make them, using different available tools, such as a Cricut or your printer.
What’s Thanksgiving without pie? How about one that is calorie-free? This project from Martha Stewart (no introduction needed) is too cute for words. I love making banners for any holiday and this Thanksgiving pie banner has just the right amount of whimsy.
When I see DIY projects using supplies that I already have and that are pretty to boot, I am immediately attracted to them. That was the case with this wheat bundle centerpiece from Trish at Uncommon Designs.
If you have kids or grandkids around your Thanksgiving table, it’s nice to have something just for them. Not only will this turkey lollipop DIY project from Michelle at Crafty Morning keep the kids occupied, but they will add a cute touch of “turkiness” to your Thanksgiving decorations.
This yarn pumpkin garland from Haeley at Design Improvised may be the cutest and the easiest ever. I bet kids could make it. Just a few ingredients and you will have a darling Thanksgiving garland in no time.
I’d love to know what subjects you are most curious about. Let me know in the comments and I’ll search browse for them. Be sure to PIN to keep these ideas handy.
In between writing posts, listening to podcasts, reading, doing various blogging tasks, and walking Nola, I’ll be browsing away.
I'm a Texas girl who loves all things about home decor and creating DIY projects for the home. I'm married, have 4 kids, and 3 grandkids. Former English teacher and culinary instructor. I'm a content creator who enjoys teaching readers the process of creating pretty things. I love using photography to show the process of a project. As a former cooking instructor for 15 years, I include tested recipes and party ideas on my blog.