With so many different food items to prepare and family members to corral, creating the perfect Thanksgiving centerpiece is probably the last thing on your mind. Never fear! We’ve rounded up 16 different DIY centerpiece ideas that you can create in a pinch to add an extra little something to your Thanksgiving table. Happy Turkey Day!
16 Beautiful and Easy Thanksgiving Centerpieces
Hostess With The Mostess has a different take on the DIY centerpiece with this fun “Give Thanks” planter box.
The traditional Thanksgiving centerpiece is turned on its head with the addition of gold spray painted shells seen in this centerpiece from Yesterday On Tuesday. Add votive candles and faux or real leaves to finish off the ensemble.
The Country Chic Cottage offsets a display of fall gourds with a cute (and easy to make) paper bunting. we think this would look perfect as the main centerpiece or even as a side table display.
Homemade By Carmona shows how to make festive leaf cutouts in faux pumpkins. Add a battery-operated votive for a completely mess free (and safe) glow.
Add an unexpected pop of blue to your tablescape with these fast and festive pumpkin votives from francois et moi. Pressed for time? Forgo the spray paint and simply carve out a space for the votive candle to rest in each pumpkin.
Make your centerpiece both beautiful and functional by adding edible fruit like grapes and apples. We love this rustic design from I Don’t Know How She Does It for Home Goods.
Fall foliage isn’t your only option for crafting a natural centerpiece. Succulents and Sunshine shows how to use succulents to fill a simple cornucopia worthy of your Thanksgiving table.
If traditional orange and brown hues aren’t your jam, try making these colorful floral wreaths from One She Two She. Add white and sage colored pumpkins to complete the look.
Did you know that you can easily color glass jars using food coloring and Mod Podge? Follow the directions from I Don’t Know How She Does It to create this stunning centerpiece.
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