Thanksgiving is fast approaching! Are you as excited as I am?
To prepare for the festivities, I like to make sure my home is full of proper Thanksgiving decor. And instead of spending a fortune, I like to get crafty.
Here are a few DIY ideas that I'll be trying at home — they're sure to get put your guests in a festive mood!
When it comes to this holiday, turkeys are meant to be everywhere. Kenmore shows us how you can turn pretzel sticks into cute turkey snacks. This is the perfect treat!
This would look great anywhere, and it's simple to do. Martha Stewart just used string, glue, construction paper, and pom poms. Who's ready for pie?!
Instagrammer @craftydiys_kh used Mod Podge to stick the leaves onto the mason jar. This is the best way to bring nature indoors!
For this simple DIY, just grab a plastic pumpkin and glue a plastic plate on top. You could even paint the pumpkin if you want, just like Val Event Gal. This DIY will cost you less than five dollars!
Who would have thought to carve out a pumpkin for an ice bucket? Instagrammer @khoh1did! Whether it's a bottle of wine or water, this will serve your guests in style.
Amanda Nicole just used fake leafs and string to do this. It's super simple and inexpensive!
YouTuber Katie Bookser created this Sparkling Cinnamon Cider with apple cider, champagne, cinnamon, and sugar! Want to really wow your guests? Definitely try this.
Instagrammer @craftydiys_kh tried this, and they turned out great! Just add red food coloring, roll your rice crispies into a ball, and add a piece of Rolo chocolate on top. Yum!
Inhabitat shows us how make stamps with veggies and a li'l paint. Carved into a leaf, a sweet potato makes beautiful prints for table runners and napkins.
Mini pumpkins are adorable as is, but this is a great way to put them to use! All that Instagrammer @eyecandycreativestudio did was paint names on them. Cute and festive!
To make this turkey snack, you just need Oreo cookies, some candy, and icing! YouTuber The Acne Channel created these. This snack would be such a fun activity for kiddos!
A fall wreath is so festive — your guests will adore it and it's easy to create! With the help of YouTuber Do It On A Dime, you can have one, too.
Instagrammer @amelia_diy_polish combined Ferrero Rochers and Reese's cups for these adorable treats. Use them as place settings or party favors!
Anything burlap fits the fall theme perfectly. So, like Instagrammer @sweatycheese, use burlap to make a holder to display your dinner utensils! Leaves and flowers add a nice pop of color.
Primrose used a wood stump to paint into a pumpkin. With a thankful message, this would be great on the dinner table!