Simplicity at its best: Nature, harvest, and candles come together with a log leftover from pruning. Image courtesy of http://www.theberry.com and SAS Interiors.
Now with Halloween behind us, it’s time to begin planning our Fall or Thanksgiving centerpieces. These ideas below can work with a dining room table, mantle, or accent pieces. Best of all, not only are they charming, they are quick to craft and easy on the pocketbook. Click on each image for more info.
Old basins are easy to find and the worn, chipped edges only adds to the nostalgic charm of floating apples and candles. Toss a few silk leaves around and it can’t get much easier. Image courtesy of New Ideas for You.
There are many options to decorating this painted clay pot and card stock-rimmed pilgrim hat. You can fill the pot with flowers, pumpkin seeds or corn kernels and stick in a makeshift sign with your own personalized fall greeting. Image courtesy of Family Fun at Disney.
When making a dining table decoration, keep in mind the size of your table and the amount of space that will be needed for a Thanksgiving meal. But most importantly, keep it simple to save you time for other – more important things: enjoying time with friends and family. Now THAT is something we can be truly grateful for.
Thanks – I really liked the simplicity of them. Anyone, even the craft- challenged can accomplish these.
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