Thanksgiving this year looks very different for many of us. You might be tempted to skip the fun table decor if it's only you and the regular dinner crew, but we think just a touch of autumn here or there can brighten your mood and elevate your holiday to something special. And isn't that what we all need right now?
So give yourself something to celebrate and use these simple, DIY ideas to decorate your Thanksgiving table.
Did you buy a few too many mini pumpkins this fall because everything just felt so bleak, and surely a few more little gourds on your mantle would help? Just me? Well, no matter how many pumpkins you purchased, now is a great time to use them. Using pumpkins en masse instantly creates an autumn vibe perfect for Thanksgiving, and it requires very little work.
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As autumn nears its end, night falls earlier with each passing day, and adding a bit of light to your Thanksgiving table is the perfect way to...
With the arrival of the crisp fall air, I get an itch to decorate my home to match the changing season. I’m not one to spend a lot on or store big buckets of autumn décor, though. If you’re like me, you don’t have to miss out on the fall fun! Here are some simple, free ways that you can decorate your house to celebrate the arrival of autumn.
Cut Branches of Fall Leaves
Think of autumn, and your mind will almost immediately jump to beautifully colored leaves. The reds, oranges, and yellows already inspire so much of fall décor, so why not go straight to the source? Snip some branches and stick them in a vase. Easy-peasy.
Of course, if you’d like to prolong the life of those pretty leaves, there are some steps you can take to keep the branches alive as long as possible. I wrote about caring for blossoming branches last spring, and the same principles apply. Here’s the short version: cut the stem correctly, put the...