Are you hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year? If so, no need to worry about the table decor – we’ve got you covered! These playful fall crafts are sure to add some fun to your dinner, whether you decorate just the kids’ table or the adults’ table too. And an added bonus: kids will love helping prepare these decorations ahead of time, or if you need an activity to keep little ones busy while you’re prepping dinner, these projects below are just the ticket. Keep reading to take a look at a few of our all-time favorite Thanksgiving table decor ideas for both kids and adults!
We are huge fans of nature-based crafts, and this centerpiece is no exception! Turn pressed leaves, pinecones, and rocks into this rainbow-hued decor with a quick coat of paint.
Place cards have never looked so good! Use Kid Made Modern’s amazing print-making kit to create these custom place cards for your Thanksgiving dinner table.
If you’re looking for a fun new way to encourage your guests to think about what they’re thankful for, these printable corn booklets are exactly what you need. Not only will they remind kids to think about what they’re grateful for, but they also add a fun touch to the table!
Halloween may be behind us, but that doesn’t mean you can’t paint some squash! This bunny family is actually a trio of butternut squash that we gave a quick coat of paint and a few floppy paper ears. Aren’t they the cutest?
Embrace pumpkin season with this felt runner! And the best part is, no sewing is required, just scissors and glue.
Turn wooden blocks into these modern, colorful turkeys! Make a whole bunch using different-sized wooden cubes from the craft store and arrange them down the center of the table. You can even make a few extra and use them to decorate window sills, shelves, or the dessert table!
Recycled materials and festive Thanksgiving decor? Yes, please! Save up a few glass jars leading up to Thanksgiving and have kids help decorate them with painted leaves, trees, and patterns.
Has bean art ever been so colorful? These mini paper houses are covered with beans and seeds and then painted to give a warm, fall feel.