Three Simple DIY Centerpieces To Spruce Up Your Thanksgiving Dinner Table

by Phil Mutz
Phil is an Editor at LittleThings. He loves writing and the outdoors. You can often find him at the movies or the park.

As the fall turns to winter, it’s the perfect time to decorate the home. Halloween decorations give way to Thanksgiving, before giving way to Christmas.

So as Thanksgiving approaches, I’m always looking for fun ways to spruce up my home and get it looking festive before I have family over for a delicious Turkey Day meal.

One of the ways I’m looking to decorate is by using centerpieces, like these tasty candy turkey decorations.

But when I spotted these three incredible Thanksgiving centerpieces, I knew I’d be making all of them right away. These are a brilliant and easy way to get in the holiday spirit and use my DIY skills.

In this exclusive video, you’ll see three different simple ways to decorate your Thanksgiving dinner table: one with lace and wheat, another with beans and corn kernels, and the last with ears of Indian corn.

Watch the video below and then give these DIY projects a try in your own home. In fact, they’re so simple, you can even make them with any children you may have in your life.

Which of these centerpieces is your favorite? Will you be trying them yourself? Let us know in the comments.

This first fall-themed centerpiece adds a nice rustic touch to the Thanksgiving dinner table.

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LittleThings / Heeral Chhibber

This unique candleholder vase might be the easiest of the centerpieces to make, but the results are stunning.

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LittleThings / Heeral Chhibber

This corn-on-the-cob centerpiece might just be my favorite of all, as it truly adds a fun and festive element to Thanksgiving.

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LittleThings / Heeral Chhibber

Watch the video below to see just how simple these centerpieces are to make.

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