Looking for a little inspiration for the perfect Thanksgiving table set-up? Lucky for you, we’ve got you covered with these holiday D.I.Y’s! In fact, we’ve combined them all just for you! Learn how to make these just in time for the holidays. “Stuffing” compares to these!
• Pumpkin Napkin Folds
• Mini Pumpkin Flower Place Holders
• Repurposed vases
Read the step-by-step instructions. Then watch the how-to videos to learn how to make a super cute and simple tablescape. All you need is basic accessories and flowers (of course).
Pumpkin Napkin Fold
It’s almost time for Thanksgiving. Soon it will be time to eat! Orange you pumped? Because we sure are!
You’ll want to make sure your Thanksgiving tablescape is ready for the big day! Pumpkin “spice” things up with these holiday table napkins! Nothing compares to homemade crafts.
This quick and easy step-by-step guide will show you how to create a pumpkin napkin fold for your dining table.
Tip: Overwhelmed? Don’t make them all at once! Alternatively, you can create one each night leading up to Thanksgiving. Not only will it be easier on you, but it’s also a great way to unwind.
Here’s what you’ll need:
• Orange cloth napkins
• Napkin ring
• Flower stem
First, place a napkin ring in the center of each one of the napkins.
Second, pull the center of each of the napkins into the center.
Third, tuck in all 4 corners of the napkin.
Additionally, tuck each of the “new” 4 folded corners into the center again.
Next, turn the napkin pumpkins over and tuck in any loose ends. Also fluff up any part of the fabric that looks out of place.
Subsequently, you’ll need your Lone Star Living bouquet. Cut off a piece of stem from any of the flowers.
Last but not least, stick the flower stem in the center of each pumpkin napkin. Place the napkins by each other and make sure each one compares.
Your pumpkin napkin folds are ready for Thanksgiving. Now let the “gourd” times roll!
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Mini Pumpkin Flower Place Holders
Hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year? Why not add a creative touch to your dining table? Place card holders are the way to go! These holiday D.I.Y’s will show you how to create mini bouquets. Moreover, they can double as pumpkin place holders for your Thanksgiving tablescape!
You can also give these to your guests to take home after dinner. Not a gift in the world compares to one made with love.
Tip: We know it can be stressful to have everything done before the big day. Therefore, try preparing these a couple of days ahead of time. Before putting them out on the table, place them in the fridge to keep them fresh.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Mini pumpkins
- A knife
- Pumpkin scooper
- Fall leaves
- Lone Star Living flowers
First, use the knife to carefully cut a slit into the top of each pumpkin.
Second, take the scooper and scrape out the insides of the pumpkins. But wait! Don’t throw out the seeds! They make a tasty treat.
Third, pour fresh, cool water into each one of the pumpkins. The idea is to use them as “vases.”
Subsequently, chop some of your favorite flowers from your Lone Star Living bouquet. Prop them on the pumpkin. take a look at the height of each bouquet and make sure it all compares to one another.
At this time, use the fall leaves as labels by writing the name of each guest.
Finally, place the leaves inside each pumpkin. Then arrange them so they can be seen.
These holiday place holders make the cutest fall table decorations. Plus, they’re great for designating spots at the Thanksgiving dinner table. Your guests will have “pumpkin” to talk about!
Need affordable centerpieces with a personal touch? Say no more!
Throw together a festive tablescape using items you probably already have.
Give your plain old cylinder glass vase a “glow up.” In particular, turn it into an original design with just flowers and a few basic materials.
Tip: Getting crafty for the holidays can stimulate your mind and soothe you. Make the vase ahead of time. Then just add the flowers later.
Here’s what you’ll need:
First, measure a piece of Kraft paper against your glass vase. Determine how much you need. Then carefully cut it.
Tip: Write or draw whatever you want on the Kraft paper. For instance, your holiday wishes! This will give your vase a personal touch.
Second, wrap the Kraft paper around your vase.
Third, use clear tape to secure the Kraft paper to your vase.
Then, tie string around the vase for a decorative accent.
Last, place stems side by side and compare to each other. Then cut your Lone Star Living flowers to the desired length.
Finally, place your bouquet into your “new” vase!
Now you’ve got some unique holiday centerpieces. Best of all? You didn’t even have to spend a dime! Happy Holidays!
How do you think buying ready-made holiday decorations compares to making your own? Take some “me time” and get crafty!
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