Today I’m sharing a few of great Thanksgiving crafts for adults from other amazing bloggers. I have a rule: no Christmas decorating before Black Friday. I just took down my Halloween decorations, so now I have a sad looking mantle and walls. The answer? Obviously Thanksgiving decor!
I don’t really go overboard with Thanksgiving decorating. Just a few spots here and there in the dining area, where my guests will see it. This year, we’re not having a huge family gathering for turkey day, so I don’t see the point in going nuts. These Thanksgiving craft ideas are easy enough to make in a weekend and make a nice statement either on a mantle, a wall or your dinner table on the big day. Check them out!
Thanksgiving Decor Ideas & Easy Crafts
Give your guests- and yourself- a lovely reminder of what the holiday is all about with this simple yet elegant framed burlap grateful sign from Uncommon Designs.
Head outdoors for a nature walk and grab some acorns for this easy thrifty Thanksgiving glittered acorn craft from OurFamilyWorld. Don’t have any nature nearby? Dollar store acorns work perfect too. Toss the finished product in a vase or sprinkle them around the mantle.
Isn’t this butternut squash vase from What’s Ur Home Story so neat? I love it because it leaves no footprint on the environment. Just toss it after the holiday and it decomposes.
These pretty fall felt flowers from Simply Kelly Designs will last you forever! Save the tutorial and switch the colors for every holiday!
This is such a neat Thanksgiving idea! Turn faux pumpkins into fall vases, then fill with water and real flowers or just use fake flowers! You can change the message to something else, like Grateful, or Thanks. I like Happy Fall just fine though.
Ever wanted to make those beautiful painted mason jars you see on Pinterest? Weekend Craft has a great easy to paint mason jars tutorial!
These decorative pumpkins cost just $3 and a frappuccino to make! Looking at them, you’d never guess the materials! So clever!
Crafts by Amanda has some really great Thanksgiving table decorating ideas, including these cute Pilgrim Thanksgiving napkin rings!
Another beautiful idea by Amanda, this Thanksgiving luminary vase is beautiful on your mantle or a side table!
Got old Jenga blocks laying around? Turn them into this lovely Thanksgiving decor idea from Organized 31!
I love this Thanksgiving Subway Art because all you have to do is visit Our Knight Life, click on the link she gives you for the full-size version, print and frame. Done! It’s really pretty too!
Uncommon Designs has another beautiful idea for Thanksgiving napkin rings. Love the rustic look of the burlap!
Speaking of burlap, save some for this burlap wrapped wheat from The Country Chic Cottage! Who knew wheat could be so pretty?
I love all these Thanksgiving decor crafts because they’re easy enough to do in a weekend, don’t really require too many supplies and look beautiful no matter where you put them.
Which of these Thanksgiving crafts would you make? Do you have any other great Thanksgiving decor ideas?