Get pumpkins of different sizes and then paint them one or more colors to use as decorations. You can use this as a table centerpiece or a normal decoration.
Make your very own table runner. You can build it from scratch or you can use a piece of burlap and then decorate it with Thanksgiving designs and colors.
Put some popcorn kernels in a clear glass container and put them around the house. They bring in the colors of fall. You can also add a candle if you want.
Make a leaf garland that you can hang over your door or maybe the mantle of your fireplace. Choose real or artificial leaves, whatever you think will work best.
You can also use leaves to make a gorgeous fall wreath for this Thanksgiving! Just attach them to a foam ring and hang it up wherever it looks best.
Paint some acorns and the hang them from a few branches in a vase. It makes a great Thanksgiving centerpiece you can use to decorate.
Stick tall, thin candles in the top of pumpkins and cover the base in fall leaves. You have your very own Thanksgiving candle holders now!
Use extra burlap you may have to make a fantastic burlap wreath. You can combine it with other items, like fall berries or leaves, or have it by itself.
Get those mini pumpkins and then put them in tall clear bases. This is a super decoration to make and it looks amazing as a centerpiece next to tall candles.
Attach some fall leaves to strings and then hang them from the lights above your table. You can make a nice little leaf mobile that brings the feel and color of fall without having to be outside.
Take some nuts and put them in a vase. Add flowers and fall leaves and then stick these around your home to decorate with.
Make a rustic Thanksgiving sign that you can put up on your porch or somewhere in your entryway. You can make a big sign or small one; whatever works best.
Take a log and use it as your centerpiece! Surround it with leaves, grass, and other fall foliage. You can also cut little holes in the top to hold small candles.
Make silverware holders out of burlap and string that you can use for your Thanksgiving dinner. Just create the little pockets and then put them on the table.
I think this is such a cute idea. Put bushels of wheat in bottles and decorate them around your home. You can even put letters on the bottles to spell “thanks” or something else. So cute!
Here’s a fun activity you can do with the kids while also making decorations for Thanksgiving. Turn pinecones into little turkeys! The pinecones are the bodies and then you just add the eyes, feathers, feet, etc.
If you have some sewing skills, then make your very own Thanksgiving pillow. You can put all sorts of Thanksgiving designs on it like turkeys, trees, leaves, etc.
Turn old wooden blocks into cool Thanksgiving decorations. Just paint them to look like rectangular pumpkins!
Take a bunch of Mason jar lids, paint them shades of orange, and then wrap them around the centers to make Mason jar lid pumpkins. So clever!
Hollow out a pumpkin and use it for an ice cooler! It’s both decorative and practical. You just fill it with ice and then put your Thanksgiving drinks in it!