DIY: THANKSGIVING DAY DECOR

Monday, November 19, 2012



GIVE THANKS BANNER + MORE
I can taste the turkey already. These cute printables from THE TOM KAT STUDIO are thankfully, FREE and are bound to make for good dinner conversation.  Just add food.  You can find these Thanksgiving printables & more photos HERE



WINE BOTTLE CANDLE HOLDERS
How easy is this? I know you've got a mile high stack of glass bottles you've been pledging to one day recycle. Here's your chance. Not only are you working to make a better, trash free world - but doing it in style. Find this chic holiday tutorial over at STYLE ME PRETTY. 



ROSE GOLD GOURDS
The always inspirational Martha Stewart has a great collection of Thanksgiving ideas. I know that comes as no surprise. These gourds are actually covered in copper leaf, but I'm one of those 'quick and easy' types - wow, in retrospect that sounds horrible. Okay rephrased: I don't have time to waste coppering gourds. Try some rose gold spray paint instead. Yeah. 

Find this rosy gold goodness HERE & for more ideas, HERE.  




ACORN FILLED BALL JAR CANDLES
The original website is in Norwegian {CAMILLA AT HOME} but the translation from Google of this post can be found HERE. She has such an adorable blog - full of great ideas and inspiration. 



GOLD DIPPED FEATHERS
This is a great idea! Simple, cheap, easy. There's a big party {Dirty Feathers} at  one of my favorite Nashville hot spots {The High Watt} this upcoming Saturday for Thanksgiving and everyone always dresses up Native American style. I'm incorporating this idea - so you better not show up all twinsies on me! This makes for a great fire place garland idea, or you could just lay them haphazardly on a festively decorated dinner table. 

Find this DIY HERE and how she incorporated it into her adorable daughter's Indian Themed Birthday HERE


1 comment:

  1. I thought I lost my interest in feathers but wow, I really love the dipped feathers idea. The white in gold is so so so pretty. Dipping them in silver paint would be gorgeous too, hm? Thanks for spreading the idea!

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