22 Easy DIY Projects for Your Thanksgiving Table

Today I am thankful for Thanksgiving projects that don’t involve food. Since cooking is not really my thing I’m glad that a gorgeous centerpiece and pretty napkins can be appreciated just as much as turkey and sweet potato casserole. Adding a touch of handmade decor lends a cozy, inviting air to any Thanksgiving gathering. So while the turkey is thawing, check out these 22 easy Thanksgiving DIYs to take your table up a notch.

22 Easy DIY Projects for Your Thanksgiving Table | Henry Happened

22 Easy Projects for your Thanksgiving Table

DIY Rosemary Napkin Ring 1. Plastered Rosemary Napkin Adornments : A great way to capture nature’s beauty in a long-lasting form. (by Fabric Paper Glue)

DIY Acorn Decor 2. Acorn Napkin Rings & Decorating with Acorns : So many great ideas for acorn projects! (by Better Homes & Gardens)

DIY Apple Placecard 3. Apple Place Card : Simple and classy – not to mention, tasty! (by Suite Paperie)

DIY Menu Wheel 4. Paper Petal Menu Wheel : It’s all in the details – a menu wheel is such a great take on a traditional menu. (by Design Sponge)

DIY Cornhusk Flower Napkin Ring5. Corn Husk Flowers : Corn husks are a great crafting supply this time of year! (by At the Picket Fence)

DIY Twig Votives 6. Twig Votive Candle Holders : I love how this project can be rustic, classy, shabby chic, the list goes on (you could even go neon!). (by Freutcake)

DIY Thankful Tree 7. Fall Thankful Tree : This is the best thankful tree I’ve seen this year. Simple and sweet. (by Crafts Unleashed)

Burlap + Lace table runner 8. Reversible Burlap & Lace Table Runner : For the shabby chic lady, this is a feminine touch for your table. (by The Pinning Mama)

DIY Thanksgiving Natural Table Decor9. Table-Setting: Natural Hues : Thanksgiving is a fun time to play with color but going neutral is beautiful too. (by Stylizimo)

Hand stamped geometric napkins 10. Hand-Stamped Geometric Napkins : A retro touch for a fun table. (by A Cozy Kitchen)

Fresh flower napkin rings 11. Fresh Flower Napkin Rings : This idea is stunning in its simplicity but oh-so-beautiful. (via A Daily Something)

DIY Thanksgiving place setting & trivet

12. Sweet Gum Tree Spur Placecards & Corkboard Leaf Trivet : Easy Thanksgiving crafts to whip up in the last minute. (by Martha Stewart)

DIY Leaf Placecards 13. Thanksgiving Placecard Holders Three Ways : I love anything that marries gold and nature. Perfection. (by Teaspoon)

DIY Pear Thanksgiving Decor 14. Thanksgiving Pear Decorations : Perfect for the country or rustic Thanksgiving table. (by Jessica Burns)

DIY Pear Placecards 15. Gold-Dipped Pear Placecards : Minimalistic and classy, this would look great on a black and white table. (by Almost Makes Perfect)

DIY Thanksgiving Centerpiece 16. Thanksgiving Centerpiece : This traditional look puts me in the Thanksgiving mood. (by Kenmore)

DIY Give Thanks Banner17. Give Thanks Banner : A beautiful, modern twist on Thanksgiving decor. (by Undeclared Panache)

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18. Clay leaf napkin ring. Use cookie cutters to make clay leaves and adorn your napkins with them. (by Henry Happened) DIY Thanksgiving Table Garland 19. Table Garland : Easy and inexpensive decor that can be used throughout fall. (by Smart Schoolhouse)

Give thanks place cards 20. Give Thanks Place Cards : Simple and natural, this project lets your tableware take center stage. (by Farm Fresh Therapy)

DIY Leaf Stars 21. Leaf Stars : This would be a fun project to do with the kids, and it could easily be turned into garland. (by 5 Orange Potatoes)

Pumpkin Candles | Henry Happened 22. Pumpkin candles. Make the best of the last pumpkins by turning them into candles. (by Henry Happened)

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is the crafty DIYer behind the blog Lemon Jitters


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