Huong Ngo

By Huong Ngo

LifeBuzz Staff

25 DIY Thanksgiving Decor Ideas To Make Your Holiday Extra Special.

#11. If you want an alternative for the classic door wreath, try greeting your guests with a festive chalk board.

You can purchase a chalkboard or you can create one of your own. Simply paint the inside of an old tray with chalkboard paint and you're done! Decorate the board with bittersweet berries and autumn branches/leaves to complete the seasonal look.

If you want an alternative for the classic door wreath, try greeting your guests with a festive chalk board.

michael partenio

#12. Include the kid's table in the holiday decor.

Create a cool and fun tablecloth for the kid's table out of kraft paper. Use a black marker to draw out the table settings. Provide crayons in terracotta pots for a finishing touch. This way, they can draw to their hearts' desire while enjoying their meals.

Include the kid's table in the holiday decor.

#13. If you don't want to do the tablecloth you can also create place mats instead for the kids.

Simply draw plates and utensils onto individual pieces of construction paper. Write each kid's name on top of each place mat and you're done.

#14. Get crafty with your napkin holders!

Use cardstock as your napkin holder and stamp your own messages onto them to personalize them! Punch holes onto both sides once you're done to thread ribbons through.

Get crafty with your napkin holders!

gridley & graves

#15. Create a moody ambiance in your home with these box grater luminaries.

By placing candles inside vintage box graters, you're creating a flickering light display. Instead of using real candles, use LED votives so that the metal graters don't become too hot to touch.

Create a moody ambiance in your home with these box grater luminaries.

brian woodcock

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