Thanksgiving DIYs

November has just begun, which means it’s time to start replacing your Halloween DIYs with some Thanksgiving DIYs! If you’re looking for some fun and creative Thanksgiving decorations to try out this year, then we have five DIYs just for you. 

  1. Succulent Cornucopia 

This succulent cornucopia will be sure to blow away your friends and family this Thanksgiving. The main things you will need are a wicker basket, some artificial succulents, Styrofoam balls, moss, a hot glue gun, and some scissors. Linked below is The Country Chic Cottage’s full tutorial on how to make your own succulent cornucopia. 

Succulent Cornucopia 

  1. Thankful Tree

For this DIY, you might want to take a trip to your backyard to collect some small branches. You can take this DIY into any direction you want to, on the website linked below, they made tiny chalkboard ornaments so they were able to write what they were thankful for. Though you can decorate your thankful tree with little thankful messages in any way you want.

Thankful Tree

  1. Autumnal Welcome Sign

This is a nice alternative to the classic hanging wreath. You’re able to make your welcome sign with just an old pan and some chalkboard paint. Once it’s painted, you can write whatever welcome message you want to. You can also add leaves or branches around your welcome sign to make it perfect for the autumnal season. 

Autumnal Welcome Sign

  1. Pumpkin Vase

This pumpkin vase will make the perfect centerpiece for this Thanksgiving, and it’s easy to make! The basics for this pumpkin vase include a faux pumpkin and some faux flowers, but you can check out the website linked below for the full instructions. Their website also includes other arrangements for this pumpkin vase that will be sure to channel your inner artist! 

Pumpkin Vase

  1. Thankful Jar 

An easy and sweet DIY that you can add onto throughout the year is a thankful jar. All you have to do is get a jar and fill it with pieces of paper that say what you’re thankful for this year. You can keep this thankful jar out for just the  month of November, or you can keep it out for the whole year. Either way, once Thanksgiving comes around, you can remind yourself of all the things to be thankful for.