With Thanksgiving fast approaching, my preparations are already underway for having my family over to enjoy a delicious meal.
But even with all of the effort that goes into perfecting my Thanksgiving dishes, I want to make sure that the dinner table itself looks as beautiful as possible.
As a result, I’ve been on the lookout for creative projects I can tackle in the short amount of time I have left before the holiday.
And when I spottedthese incredible ideas for sprucing up my Thanksgiving table, I knew I’d be making them right away.
This video from YouTube user LagunaBeachLove10shows just how easy it is to make three unique centerpieces.
Watch the video below to see how you can try these Thanksgiving DIY projects yourself.
Which of these will you be making in time for Thanksgiving? Let us know in the comments.
This clever DIY-er used a simple pinecone as the body of the turkey, with yellow felt for the beak.
With some tiny feathers, googly eyes, and hot glue, the pinecone was truly transformed.
These pinecone turkeys took no time at all, and really do spruce up the Thanksgiving dinner table.
In order to make these wooden nameplates, this DIY-er decided to use black chalkboard paint.
By only painting one half of the wood, the piece retained its rustic quality, while providing a place to write each guest’s name.
With a few feathers as flair, these wooden chalkboard-paint nameplates add a nice personalized touch to Thanksgiving dinner.
Finally, this DIY-er used an old candleholder to make something entirely new.
She filled her jar with popcorn kernels, inserted a candle, and decorated the outside with fake leaves and some twine.
The results added a lovely touch to an already lovely Thanksgiving dinner table.