To make this you need some pine cones, canvas and paint (or a Sharpie). Here's one thing we can all be thankful for: the craft store!
Budget friendly and cute! You can make so many things out of plastic spoons.
Beans and seeds are an easy vase filler on their own, but when they're arranged by color to form festive shapes, it's really a crowd pleaser. Now, please pass me more of that delicious casserole.
Here's hoping that your wall isn't ticklish.
This makes a cute centerpiece for the kids' table. Plus, all the little ones can be involved with writing what they're thankful for on the feathers.
Learn how to make it here!
The best part about making painted wine bottles is getting the bottles empty. Cheers!
Recycle your old wine corks into these colorful turkey place cards for your guests. When it comes to recycling, people gobble it up.
A fun, vintage look without waiting a vintage amount of time.
Learn how to make it here.
FACT: If you add googly eyes to something, it automatically becomes more adorable.
These tassels aren't traditional "autumn" colors, but as long as you're feeling thankful, who cares? We won't spill the beans (or whatever else is on the plate).
No, that's not a mini-Christmas tree. No matter what the department stores tell you, it's not winter yet. There are so many wonderful things about fall ”” the leaves, the fashion, the food ”” that it deserves it's special attention.
Here's a great way to say, "I love this season," and also, "I love it when woodland creatures hang out by my door."
The directions call for paint, but you could also make this happen with glitter glue. Let's be realistic, you can make ANYTHING happen with glitter glue.
This looks like something you could get at Marshall's, only it's nicer on your wallet (and that's saying something, since Marshall's is already pretty nice on your wallet).
They're like New Year's Eve poppers, only you don't have to stay up until midnight to use them. Given how sleepy turkey makes people, that's a relief.
Before we invented golden spray paint, the only way to get leaves to look like this was to invite King Midas to your yard.
I am thankful for...Pinterest!
Decor that's so cute, you'll almost not want to eat it. Almost.
A salty and sweet dessert to munch on while you're waiting for the pie to cool off. Go big or go home.
Each day, highlight a different thing you're thankful for. It can be big (like family) or little (like morning tea).