Your Thanksgiving simply would not be complete without Thanksgiving centerpieces. You don’t have to worry about putting a dent in your wallet to get a pretty centerpiece for your table. By being a bit creative, you can get awesome Thanksgiving table displays with lower budget.
5 Thanksgiving DIY Centerpieces to make your Thanksgiving spectacular
You can display a seasonal word on a fake pumpkin. First of all, you would want to look for your fake pumpkin and chipboard letters. Then, tape off your pumpkin’s stem. After that, you can put the letters on the fake pumpkin with hot glue. And then, you should spray paint them with any color you preferred. And finally, you got your pumpkin with a seasonal message! You can add some other decorations if you think it’s too plain, just get creative!
If you got a trifle bowl, you will not be using for any desserts on Thanksgiving, then you can use it for a centerpiece. This is one of the simplest ways to make your own beautiful Thanksgiving centerpieces. You can just fill the bowl with fruits, walnuts, acorns, and leaves of the season which you can find on your yard for free! This simple idea can enliven your Thanksgiving decorations.
Paper Bag Vase
So to do this you will need a pair of scissors, string, a paper bag and an old jar. To start you should cut where the fold is located and remove the bottom as it is not needed later. Crush the bag, roll it, and squash it until it’s soft. Now put your jar on the paper bag and pull the paper up and around the jar, pressing the wrinkles down flat. Then you can pull it all up on top and tie a string around the neck of the jar.
After it’s all tied up, trim off the top about 2 inches from the string and cut your tie twine with a cute bow or anything you preferred. You’ve got your paper bag vase! The only thing left to do is be creative and fill it with anything you want.
Bowl of Nuts
Bowl of nuts can be used as an appetizer, but you can also use it for a decoration on your table. This is a very simple yet delicious Thanksgiving centerpiece. You can just take a bowl made of glass and fill it with nuts. To make it better, you can add branches from pine tree, vinca pine, coral bells, or anything you have in your yard. You can put some leaves and branches on the table then put the bowl of nuts on the top of them too.
The last but not least is using beautiful branches you can find on your yard. For example, forsythia branches in a glass vase makes a very beautiful Thanksgiving centerpiece. Of course, you might not have forsythia around Thanksgiving where you live, but you can substitute it with any branches you think would look great on your tables.
That was some DIY tutorials you can try this fall. Of course, there are a lot of things you can experiment with to get your preferred Thanksgiving centerpiece. You can even make up your own DIY tutorials. Of course, your Thanksgiving would not be complete without some champagne extras. Have fun with your DIY centerpieces and have a nice Thanksgiving.