New Pattern Monday: Thanksgiving Decor

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Even though Halloween hasn’t even happened yet, it’s never too early to start crafting for Thanksgiving. If you’ve got family coming over for the big feast, you’ll want your home to be decked out accordingly. Use these Thanksgiving projects for inspiration this holiday season.

Harvest Blocks:

Shannon Staker offers some fall decorating ideas with a tutorial on harvest blocks. She offers a step by step guide to her fall decor project.

Straw Bale Centerpiece:

Use a rustic straw bale as the base for a lovely homemade Thanksgiving craft centerpiece bursting with red and green mums, pumpkins and ribbon. Make a Thanksgiving tablescape for your family meal.

Cornucopia Etched Glass Plate:

Follow this simple glass etching craft project to create an elegant Thanksgiving decoration featuring a cornucopia scene. This Thanksgiving Day craft would make a perfect host gift too.

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  1. ethanksgivingday.com says

    Great ideas for thanksgiving party decoration, I like it. There are many things that under the thanksgiving decoration. Things that are needed for decoration are table lamps, paintings, show pieces, chandeliers, wall hangings, etc. This decoration create a festive atmosphere.

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