Do you decorate your house for the holidays? We may put up some Halloween decorations but usually haven’t had any great Thanksgiving decorating ideas. As we get closer to Hanukkah, we take out our menorah, but Hanukkah decorations are not exactly flooding the markets. Some houses within our neighborhood totally deck out during each holiday, quickly making changes before moving onto the next. There is one house that had a crazy array of blowups – the have Shrek for Halloween, a giant turkey for Thanksgiving Snoopy and Santa for Christmas.
We host Thanksgiving each year and have these super cute glass turkey candleholders that we put on our table with long tapered candles. After dinner, they are moved back into the drawer until the next year.
This year though, we may be a little more festive for Thanksgiving. Here are 10 relatively easy Thanksgiving decorating ideas – it’s not too late to Thanksgiving-ize your house this year!
This adorable Corn & Pumpkin Topiary would look so perfect right outside the front door. It will brighten your house up and get a little more use out of those pumpkins that you had for Halloween.
If you are a crafter, this Turkey Slat Sign looks like it would be really cool to make and will stand out in your house.
This Pinecone Mason Jar is perfect decor for the holiday and all autumn long. It looks like a super fun way to get the kids involved by gathering the pine cones, acorns, leaves and other items outside.
For Your Thanksgiving Table
During the fall and winter, I always have a candle burning in the house. There’s something about the flame and the different smells that just makes the house feel warm and cozy. If you like the ambiance of candles, this Fall Candle Centerpiece is easy to make and great for your table on Thanksgiving or any night of the season.
If you like prefer candles without the candle holders, these Thanksgiving centerpieces are relatively easy to put together.
Are you hosting a lot of people for Thanksgiving? Here are some easy ideas for place cards for your table using a mason jar and fresh flowers.
or these Thankful Place Cards that use a free printable provided on One Creative Mommy‘s blog.
Other Thanksgiving Decorating Ideas
If you have a fireplace, you’ll want to check out these tips on decorating your mantel for fall. This one gives such a great fall feeling using little pumpkins with some twine and clothespins to make a fall banner.
Or channel your inner Jackson Pollock and create some custom abstract art to display.
Want even more Thanksgiving decoration ideas and tips? You can follow our Thanksgiving board on Pinterest right here!