Homemade Thanksgiving Decorations

Here are five ideas for homemade Thanksgiving decorations to add a little Thanksgiving flair to your home if you're hosting a shindig this year.

Thanksgiving is just a short while away and if you’re hosting the big meal, you may have a lot of things on your mind. But beyond thinking about the ins and outs of the big meal this year, it’s important to think about the crafty components of Thanksgiving, too! This week’s roundup has a few homemade Thanksgiving decorations that can help jazz up your home, the dinner table and even the front door to help welcome Thanksgiving 2017.

Message Board

Family members can write what they are thankful for on a paper leaf, which you can display on this homemade frame.

Pumpkin Pie Kids Craft

Here’s a craft project that looks good enough to eat. A Night Owl created this “sweet” DIY that’s a tribute to a Thanksgiving staple: pumpkin pie.

Paper Plate Turkey Wreath

Consider how happy your guests will be when this fun turkey wreath greets them! I Heart Crafty Things shows you how to take a paper plate and turn it into a charming Thanksgiving accessory.

Candy Corn Turkey

Leftover Halloween candy corn gets a Thanksgiving makeover with this idea from Crafty Morning. Those are some pretty impressive feathers!

Woven Paper Placemats

Learning the basics of weaving with construction paper is a great activity for young children. Mess for Less shows you how to start weaving with these easy pieces that double as placemats.

This post was originally published in 2016 and is updated regularly.

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