Decorate your home for Thanksgiving in style with these DIY Thanksgiving Decor projects anyone can make!
Fall is my favorite time of year. By the end of summer, I’m seriously ready for cooler temperatures, warm and cozy drinks and sweaters, and gorgeous fall foliage.
This fall, bring the beauty of the season indoors these Easy + Affordable DIY Thanksgiving Decor Ideas that will help you turn your home into a beautiful autumn oasis!
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Rustic decor is very “in” right now. If you like this trend, this chic dessert buffet should be a perfect design idea for Thanksgiving, and with these free printables, it’s a cinch to make yourself!
This pillow was made with the Cricut Explore Cutting Machine, which is pretty expensive.
If you already have this cutting machine or do enough of these types of crafts to warrant buying one, you can follow this simple tutorial to make this super cute pillow with iron on vinyl.
I’m including this item because, even if you don’t have this cool cutting machine, you can still get inspired to make something similar with a sharp pair of scissors and a little ingenuity.
Give cheap plastic fruit a fun and festive makeover with this easy DIY Pottery Barn copycat tutorial.
Bonus: You can keep this pretty decoration out for Christmas, too!
Sure, you can buy cinnamon scented pinecones at almost any store, but why not make your own? You can easily get pinecones for free with a short jaunt in the woods, and essential oils are affordable – you may even have some on hand!
Since conventional fragrances tend to contain many harmful chemicals, I worry about bringing store bought scented pinecones into my home. Plus, when you make your own, you can personalize the scent – use cinnamon, clove, peppermint, whatever you like!
For more ways to make your home smell like fall, check out 12 Homemade Natural Simmer Pot Recipes for Fall.
Here’s another option for gathered pinecones.
Scented or unscented, this pinecone garland is the perfect decoration for Thanksgiving and Christmas and can be used just about anywhere around your home!
I love taking my dogs for walks in the woods during the fall season with the clean, crisp air surrounding us and beautifully colored fall leaves rustling at our feet.
Bring that gorgeous fall look inside (without the mess) with this cute DIY fall leaf garland made from Fall Colored Fabric Leaves.
With the easy DIY upgrades detailed in this tutorial, cheap materials (some from the dollar store!) look super chic.
Personalize your home with these easy monogram pumpkins. You can paint a real pumpkin or a plastic one you can use year after year.
Help your guests find your home this Thanksgiving with this super cute DIY painted house number pumpkin.
The simple design of these free printable placeholders will look great with any home decor!
For more gorgeous napkin ring ideas, see 20 Stylish DIY Napkin Rings for Thanksgiving.
Here’s a useful placeholder that also makes a great gift for any occasion.
This place card idea is super simple! Just tied a name tag around a small gourd, and you have an amazingly cute table decoration.
Get your creative juices flowing with this Thankful Chain free printable with tons of uses – napkin ring, paper chain (a great project for the kids), tags for tree branches – only limited by your imagination.
If you’re handy with a sewing machine, refresh your table settings this year with these easy DIY linen napkins in bright, seasonal colors.
Customize your dinner table to make your guests feel right at home.
For more fall centerpieces, check out 10 Gorgeous Fall Centerpieces That Will Wow Your Guests.
Hide unattractive silk flower stems with pinecones for a lovely fall flower arrangement.
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Turn a faux pumpkin and pretty fall florals into an elegant arrangement with this easy tutorial.
Celebrate harvest with this wheat and cranberry decoration perfect as a centerpiece or really anywhere in the house!
PRO TIP: You’ll probably find the best quality and price on decorative wheat at your local farm stand or farmer’s market, but you can also find wheat at your local craft store or on Amazon!
Here’s a cranberry themed candle perfect for fall, winter, and Christmas!
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This simple craft looks and smells so nice and takes less than 20 minutes to make. Plus, you can use this decoration for Christmas, too – just add some holly berries!
PRO TIP: Cinnamon may catch on fire if it comes in contact with open flame, so you may want to use LED candles for this project.
These decorative pieces, inspired by Pottery Barn, were made with faux acorns, but feel free to use any natural materials you find outside.
Coffee beans provide wonderful scent and keep candles in place inside a large hurricane in this simple DIY design.
This incredibly easy DIY candle is made with bark from fallen birch trees (free!). This candle is seriously gorgeous when lit!
These bright colors are so fun for fall, but you can choose any colors to suit the décor in your home and the season.
Hollow out some inexpensive gourds for a creative seasonal votive design.
Share what you’re most grateful for on “The Thankful Tree.” Each little piece of paper holds life’s blessings and spreads cheer, love, and caring to all who read them!
This festive fall wreath was inspired by a Pier 1 offering, but the DIY version is only about 1/4 the cost!
For more fall wreath ideas, check out 30 Easy DIY Fall Wreaths Anyone Can Make.
Whether or not you host Thanksgiving this year, celebrate the holiday with these Easy + Affordable DIY Thanksgiving Decor Ideas!
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