DIY Thanksgiving Home Decorating

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Spice Tin Flower Arrangements

Decorate your dinner table, entry way, or kitchen counters with these inexpensive arrangements made from wildflowers and spice tins. Feel free to use containers in various heights and sizes.

Decorative Entryway Chalkboard Greeting

Greet guests with this charming alternative to a fall wreath. Simply apply a layer of chalkboard paint to the inside of an old tray, then add autumn branches and bittersweet berries for a seasonal finish.

Kraft Paper Kid's Table Tablecloth

A roll of kraft paper makes a fun tablecloth for the kids' table—make sure to set out tin pots filled with crayons (and pears, for decoration).

Pine Cone Door Decoration

Not all DIY front-door decor requires a foam wreath form. To make this elegant cluster, we selected 8 four- to six-inch pinecones and 8 two-foot-long pieces of silk ribbon. Use a hot-glue gun to adhere the last two inches of each ribbon to the base of a cone. After the glue dries, collect all the ribbon ends and stagger them so that the cones fall at varying lengths. Tie the ribbon ends together in a knot, trim the tips so they are uniform, and slip the knot over a finishing nail.

Easy Centerpiece Ideas

A quick and easy Fall centerpiece is a cinch to pull together. Just stop by your local craft store and pick up a few glass hurricane vases of different sizes, then fill with mini pumpkins, pine cones, acorns or your favorite Fall-inspired filling and viola!

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Apple Candleholders

Quick and easy, these candle holders look great on a table, mantle or bathroom counter.