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23 Easy Thanksgiving Centrepieces for Busy New Moms!
While I love decorating my home for the holidays, I’m not a fan of overly intricate projects and I definitely love design elements that can transition into multiple seasons, gatherings and events; with some minor changes.
Those of us with babies and toddlers know that there isn’t much time for making beautiful things for our homes perhaps in the same way that we used to, however all is not lost! Autumn is a great time of year to introduce natural elements, garden harvest and foliage to your centrepieces.
Feast your eyes on these last minute DIY projects for your tables this Thanksgiving!
Feast Your Eyes!
Check out these inspiring ideas! Everyone loves a little eye candy on their table for the holidays – especially when it’s easy to pull off!
Thanksgiving Pumpkin Flower Arrangement
A fun project that older toddlers and school-age kids can help out with!
Leaf Mason Jar Candle Holder
Make one or a charming trio for your harvest table!
DIY Twig Votives
Another quick project to add a bit of Thanksgiving flair to your table.
You’ll soon see I have a thing for blue-grey pumpkins and rustic details.
You can find great big glass vases in the discount section of any home-goods store. Fill them up with natural elements and nestle in a candle. The more the better with this look, nestling them in with other accents in clusters or as a line-up.
A Little Bit of Fuss Goes a Long Way...
Using slate coasters (or tiles would be cheaper), as place cards is absolutely brilliant!
Glitter tape on your table-cloth? YES. Yet another idea that would transition well into the Holidays.
DIY Copper Vase
A subtle piece that you can have fun switching out with different seasonal elements this winter to suit the occasion!
Sp adorable! The kids will love this one, yet it doesn’t look too kid-centric.
Bring Nature In
Love the box – you can leave the candle and replace the pumpkins and foliage with cranberries and cedar and some branches spray painted gold for the Holidays!
Jute Table Runner
Another project that would work for Christmas too!
Rosemary Wreath Place Cards
These are so easy and would well for the Holidays too!
Flower Bangle Napkin Holders
For those who like to get fancy with minimal effort.
This project looks complicated but it really is so easy! You could adhere these to candles, vases – anything you think would look lovely in your centrepiece!
Log Place Holders
I’m not one for anything overly extravagant on my table and I’ve never done place holders. I think this would look great in the middle of the table – perhaps a trio of three with some autumn foliage and spray painted metalic pumpkins and gourds.
5 Minute Centrepiece
This brings whole new meaning to bringing the outdoors in and it totally works! This would transition well over into the Holidays too – all you’d have to do is switch out the pumpkins, gourds and fall foliage with some Yuletide bits and bobs.
Love the splashes of gold, cream, mauve and evergreen sprigs of rosemary!