November is always very exciting as we are right in the middle of the Holidays. As we come down from Halloween, it is time to start gearing up for the loveliness of Thanksgiving and all of the beautiful Fall colors that come with it. Decorating for Thanksgiving is always one of my favorite things (Christmas being my very favorite- but Thanksgiving comes in a very close second). Be sure to get out your craft supplies and enjoy these thirty very cool Thanksgiving decor ideas to get you inspired for the month ahead!
Check out these Thanksgiving printables from the TOMKAT studio
How cute is this understated, rustic fall leaf book page banner from Simple as That Blog?
Check out this super easy- and sparkly falling leaves garland from House of Jade.
Try this simple garland that requires only a walk in the park to gather materials. Fasten a few pinecones to a simple ribbon and voila! An instant fall garland that transitions perfectly into a winter garland. You can also add a nice cinnamon scent for extra awesomeness.
This sweet fall garland is the perfect project for the kiddos (with a printable template) from A Beautiful Mess.
This Indian Corn Wreath from Stone Gable has quite the WOW factor!
As far as crazy cute Thanksgiving wreaths go, this mixed media scarecrow wreath from Country Mesh Wreaths by Donna takes the cake!
Here is another sweet scarecrow wreath using a straw hat, fabric ribbon, silk fall flowers and a few pieces of straw.
Still on the Scarecrow theme (last one, I promise) you can grab this super cute wreath from The Classy Goose shop on etsy!
This beautiful hydrangea wreath from It All Started With Paint is perfect for any front door!
Visit Country Living for this cute Owl Wreath idea!
This simply beautiful Birch Bark Leaves Wreath can be found at Country Living too.
For a simple and understated look, try this sweet Nut Wreath from The Daily Basics.
Fill the house with soft cozy lighting and a yummy smell all at once by wrapping candles in cinnamon sticks tied off with twine!
Take a simple lantern and dress it up for Fall. Here are a few ideas from Pinterest.
This Corn Seed Candle Holder from Passionate Penny Pincher is a super cute, easy and budget friendly way to epicycle a simple candle to add to your Thanksgiving decor.
Grab a few small pumpkins from the discount bin after Halloween and try these simple candles from All You.
You can find these Rustic Log Candles over at Home Talk.
Another great craft project to do with the kiddos are these Fall Leaves Mason Jar Luminaries from Viral Slacker.
For a fun rustic centerpiece, check out this elegantly beautiful combination of tall clear vases, pine cones, burlap, ribbon, moss and battery operated twig lights!
How about this seriously creative Canning Jar Ring Pumpkin from Yellow Bliss Road? So cute!
This is the cutest! Kids Activities Blog uses an old paperback to create this adorable book pumpkin.
For a cute, cheap and easy DIY project, try this fall pumpkin from Shanty 2 Chic.
Fun Home Things will show you how to make these neat “FALL” Decoration Frames!
Up your floral Thanksgiving day centerpiece game with one of these pumpkin “vases” from Jenny Steffens.
Oh My Goodness, this Pinecone Tree from Country Living!
Paint Dipped Pinecone Place Cards from Country Living.
Create a simple yet elegant table this Thanksgiving with these lovely place settings from Home Stories A to Z.
Try this simple lavender sprig place setting for a touch of natural beauty from Finding Home Farms.
Check out these great place setting ideas for the kids!
“I am Thankful For…” from Abby Manchesky Interiors.
These sweet Mini Flower Pot Turkeys from Binge Crafter.
Make an awesomely simple placemat table cloth from some butcher paper!
Me and My Insanity made these fun pilgrim hat kid friendly place cards.
Come back next week as we continue our 30 Days of Thanksgiving with 30 days of my favorite Thanksgiving gift ideas!
Also, be sure to check out our Thanksgiving Décor board on Pinterest for more décor ideas!