Welcome guests to your harvest feast with these DIY crafts. before we begin, please check the description area first, there are listed links to the original projects and tutorial that exist in this article. 21 Festive Wreaths to Make for Thanksgiving, By Lauren Piro and Taylor Murphy.1.
Harvest Bunting. Bunting looks just as cute when its mini. This crafter used hers to spell out one of the main things Thanksgiving is all about. Fun fact: She used a pool noodle as the base of her wreath.2. Little Pumpkins. With pumpkins and leaves (and an orange bow!) Book, coming up. Two iconic american brands have come together to bring magic in… this wreath is everything we love about fall.3.
Colorful Burlap. We’re used to seeing burlap in many rustic crafts, but this wreath introduces the material in orange and yellow — perfectly festive.4. Seasonal Hues. Grab a variety of faux flowers at your local craft store, then cut the stems and affix them with hot glue to form this colorful display.5. Frame Up. This bountiful wreath, bursting with faux foliage and gourds, gets a sophisticated finish with a festive mini plaque.6. Sweet Scallops.
Alternating layers of burlap and cream-colored felt add a twist to a traditional striped pattern. 7. Burlap Bunting. Little bitty gourds perched on a rustic wreath are a clever way to welcome guests to your Thanskgiving feast.8. Scrapbook Style. Create an inventive piece of door decor with an abundance of DIY blooms punched from patterned paper and an old book.9. Turkey Day.
Sometimes a literal interpretation of the holiday spirit is the best kind. Thanksgiving guests will smile when this feathered friend greets them at your door.10. Pretty Paper. This chic wreath comes together with just a few pieces of paper and a jewel-toned ribbon flourish. DIY Home Decor Photo Coasters 11. Meaningful Messages. Here’s a special family project: Have kids help fill in paper leaves with what they’re thankful for this year.
Dress up the look with gold paint for extra flair.12. Subtle Sparkle. This warm-hued design offers a nod to the season of change, but tops it off with some celebratory glitz.13. Spell It Out. Here’s a new color combo to try for fall:Punch up orange and taupe tones with, yes, a bit of hot pink. Thanks to a cozy, handmade touch, (complete with Scrabble tiles) this wreath is autumn-appropriate, despite the pop of neon.14. Many Thanks.
Use 30 clothespins to mark each day of November, and attach 30 things you’re thankful for throughout the month.15. Give Thanks. This blogger repurposed some leftover ruffled muslin strips to give her wreath an elegant feel. 16. Cheerful Turkey. Yarn and felt were primarily used to craft this friendly looking turkey, who is very thankful he won’t be served at dinner this year.17. Colorful Leaves.
Get inspired by the fallen leaves’ hues, and replicate the same look for the ones on your wreath — these were all made with construction paper (inexpensive and easy!).18. Decorative Corn. Colorful corn is such a festive element of fall — use the prettiest you can find to make this elegant door decoration.19. Grateful Hearts. Although the leaves and florals offer pops of color, the main attraction of this wreath is its heartwarming sign.20. Hanging Chalkboard. Use a chalkboard to scribble a thankful, gracious message.21.
Mesh Deco. Vibrant, pattered deco mesh ribbon makes this wreath stand out.