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12 AMAZING Natural Fall Table Decor & Thanksgiving Centerpieces
There is nothing more exciting (and stressful!) than having Thanksgiving at your house. You want the house to be clean, the food to be delicious and the ambience to be perfect. However, if you’re short on time (or money) getting the house to look perfectly Autumn themed may seem out of your reach.
Fortunately, below is a list of simple natural décor options for Fall that can be found at your local grocery store or even in your backyard for inexpensive or, even better, FREE!
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- Decorate a pumpkin with pretty, seasonal ribbon and super glue. You can create a simple pattern with vertical lines or get creative and make a checkered or plaid pattern.
- A bowl of pinecones (try spray painting them with gold spray paint) on the table will add a touch of class and seasonal flair for free if you have some in your yard.
- Fall leaves in a vase look seasonal, beautiful, colorful and are totally free and in abundance at this time of year.
- Dried corn in a vase looks really cool. You can set flowers or a candle in the corn or just let the corn speak for itself.
- Acorns glued to frames with pictures of family make great centerpieces. Buy the frames at the dollar store and create beautiful Autumn frames that will knock everyone’s socks off.
- Hang acorns from strings and make “acorn ornaments” that will look great hanging from the chandelier or flower arrangements.
- Fill serving platters with corn, acorns, dried apples, leaves, etc. (Make sure the food is in a smaller tray inside, of course.)
- Create a fall leaf garland and hang it on the mantle or lay it across the table like a runner.
- Scoop out a pumpkin and fill with flowers for a totally cool vase.
- Use small pumpkins to make candle holders for votive candles or pillar candles.
- Hang apples, acorns or leaves from the chandelier.
- Fill glass bowls, vases or jars with figs, apples, peppercorns and more.