11 Ways to Use Leaves in Your Thanksgiving Decor
Fall is in the air at this time of year and the leaves outside are beginning to change colors. With thanksgiving just around the corner, we thought it would be fun to use some of those beautiful leaves to decorate around the house. You can use leaves that fall from trees near your house or you can buy fake leaves from your local craft store. Either one will work.
1. Leaf Garland
This leaf garland from The Sweetest Occasion can be used to showcase all the things you're thankful for this Thanksgiving on beautiful fall colored leaves with gold tips.
These balloons from A Joyful Riot will remind everyone that Thanksgiving is, above all else, a celebration!
3. Leaf Wreath
Wreaths are a great way to decorate for any occasion. This one from Revamperate uses leaves to welcome guests into your home.
This candle from One Good Thing by Jillee uses fresh flower petals, but you could also use leaves from outside to create the same effect.
Hang this mobile from A Joyful Riot over your Thanksgiving table to give everyone the feeling of fall throughout the evening.
6. Leaf Bowl
This leaf bowl from One O is easy to create and can be used to store lots of different items throughout your house.
Just because Halloween is over doesn't mean you have to stop decorating pumpkins. This pumpkin from Damask Love showcases fall leaves beautifully with decoupage.
One simple way to make your house instantly more festive is to stick leaves on the wall. This tutorial from A Joyful Riot will show you the best way to do it.
Make leaves shine this Thanksgiving with these luminaries from That's What Che Said. You can use whatever mason jars you have around the house.
Make your decor simple and elegant by simply framing some gold leaves like these from Andrea's Notebook.
A simple and colorful way to set your guests place at the Thanksgiving table is by turning a leaf into a place card! These place cards from A Joyful Riot are fun and classy.