If you’re hosting this year, Thanksgiving Decorations are a fun way to get your home into the spirit of the holiday and make it welcoming for your guests.
Decorating doesn’t have to be expensive, but some ideas will fit any budget here. A quick trip to the craft store or your craft box should help you find everything you need to deck your home out in style, both indoors and outdoors.
Decorating your home for the holiday is fun, especially if you have kids and they might even be able to help out with some of these ideas.
We hope you will enjoy the creative suggestions here and will be ready to have the best looking home on the block.
1. Give Thanks Banner
Even if you don’t have a fireplace, you’ll love stringing this “Give Thanks” banner in your house.
2. Lantern Filled with Gourds
This lantern filled with gourds would look great on your front porch or your Thanksgiving table.
3. Pumpkin Centerpiece
This pumpkin centerpiece is one of my favorite Thanksgiving decorations because it’s easy but looks elegant.
4. Log Candle Holder
If you want a rustic look on your Thanksgiving table, this log candle holder is a perfect choice.
5. DIY Thankful Sign
As you reflect on the blessings, make this thankful sign as a reminder of the season and a way to find joy in sharing gratitude.
6. Pumpkin Filled with Foliage
This pumpkin filled with foliage is neutral and classy and will look beautiful on your mantle or table.
7. Crock with Apples
Apples are iconic for fall, so this fantastic centerpiece is a fun way to celebrate Thanksgiving and the entire season.
8. Fall Ornament Wreath
Feeling extra creative? Add a touch of fall to your front door with this ornament wreath.
9. Pumpkin Pie Garland
It’s not Thanksgiving until you’ve hung up this pumpkin pie garland.
10. Pumpkin Candle Holders
Combine the ambiance of candles with the beauty of gourds to create a quaint Thanksgiving decoration, such as these gourds filled with candles.
11. Wooden Fall Sign
This wooden fall sign is a great choice when it comes to Thanksgiving decorations for your porch and yard.
12. Painted Acorns
These painted acorns make super cute table scatter.
13. Wine Cork Pumpkin
This wine cork pumpkin comes together quickly and is a great way to use up some craft supplies and end up with some great Thanksgiving decorations.
14. Fall Filled Hurricane
Fill a hurricane with pinecones, fall leaves, and small pumpkins, and you have a Thanksgiving centerpiece that will get loads of compliments.
15. Pumpkin Taper Holders
If you’ve got older kids, these pumpkin taper holders are a great Thanksgiving craft for them.
16. Turkey Wreath
It’s easy to welcome your guests into your home when you have this turkey wreath hanging on your front door.
17. Turkey Leaf Lanterns
Get your kids in on the fun with these adorable turkey leaf lanterns.
18. Thanksgiving Mason Jar
When it comes to Thanksgiving decorations, you’re never going to find anything easier than these mason jars.
19. Paper Pumpkins
These paper pumpkins are easy to make and look so cute scattered on the table.
20. Carved Oranges
A few oranges and some cloves are all you need to make these sweet-smelling Thanksgiving decorations.
21. Burlap Leaf Place Cards
These place cards double as table decor and a way to seat everyone at the table.
22. Pumpkin Address Pot
Use this pumpkin address to deck your porch out for Thanksgiving this year.
23. Popping Corn Candle Holder
Not only is this a great decoration for Thanksgiving, but this popping corn candle holder also smells really great.
24. Bundle of Painted Pinecones
You can hang these cute painted pinecones inside or outside as you celebrate Thanksgiving this year.
25. Give Thanks Centerpiece
Get ready for lots of compliments when you use this “Give Thanks” centerpiece on your Thanksgiving table.
26. Thanksgiving Recycled Bottles
Raid your recycling bin to find just what you need to create this showstopping wine bottle centerpiece.
27. Gratitude Tree
This gratitude tree doubles as a way to give thanks and a way to decorate your home for Thanksgiving.
28. Thanksgiving Napkins
Even very young kids can help you make these gradient napkins tied with raffia.
29. Indian Corn Centerpiece
This is one of the most beautiful Thanksgiving decorations you’ll ever see. Indian corn and fall foliage come together in a lovely way.
30. Thankful Wall Art
What a great way to decorate for Thanksgiving! Hang this thankful wall art anywhere in your home.
With all of these great Thanksgiving decorations, your entire home will be decked out and ready for the holiday. No matter where you are, you’ll have plenty of delightful decorations to make you and your guests smile.