Friday, November 20, 2015

Creating the perfect tablescape for Thanksgiving doesn’t have to break the bank or take much time at all! We’ve put together five simple ideas from various internet bloggers that are sure to liven up any dining table and impress your friends and family. Click the links attached for step by step instructions:


Passion Penny Pincher shows us how this simple autumn centerpiece can be done in under 6 dollars. Head to a dollar store and pick up some inexpensive candles and glass jars. Pour in unpopped popcorn kernels a fourth of the way up, add your candle, and fill in with extra kernels around the candle. Buy some raffia at your craft store and tie in a nice bow or knot.


Jenny Steffens explains on her blog how to create this beautiful blooming pumpkin centerpiece. It’s easier than you’d think! All you’ll need is a pumpkin, a small glass vase, floral foam and some festive flowers.


This water candle centerpiece from Centro Garden couldn’t be easier. They explain in detail how to get the look just right but if you can find some vases of varied sizes, twigs in the backyard, water and candles, you can recreate this whimsical centerpiece yourself.


It doesn’t get more simple than this elegant yet homey centerpiece from Pretty in Providence! Pop a few candles of varied heights on a cake stand and garnish the circumference with cranberries, some garland, or any other festive object that inspires you.


And last but not least, these incredibly easy and adorable cinnamon stick candles from Home Stories A to Z! Hot glue the sticks to the sides of some inexpensive candles and finish with a rustic twine bow. Added bonus is they’ll smell amazing.

Let us know how you’ll be decorating your table for Thanksgiving this year and if you’ll be using any of these ideas as inspiration!

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