DIY Thanksgiving Decorations

With Thanksgiving coming up, it’s time to start thinking about your holiday decor. Here are 9 DIY Thanksgiving Decorations you can make with your favorite office supplies!

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DIY Thanksgiving Decorations

For Your Home

To create this fun leaf garland, all you need is a handful of leaves, a white paint pen, and some twine. What a great way to welcome your guests!

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Source: Love Paper Paint

 

This glittery leaf banner will add some bling to your home for months! Transform a package of artificial leaves by painting on a layer of glue and then sprinkling on some glitter. Punch a hole in the top and add some ribbon. Puts a whole new sparkly meaning to falling leaves!

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Source: House of Jade Interiors

 

Add some color to your Thanksgiving decor with duct tape covered pumpkins. So many duct tape choices…so little time.

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Source: Love Paper Paint

 

There’s a whole lot to be thankful for in life. So why not record it on a thankful tree?! Grab some tags and ask your guests to write out what they are thankful for. To make a chalkboard version, cover your tags with chalkboard tape!

I’m thankful for chalkboard tape… and paper clips… and scissors… and staplers… and… Perhaps I need an office supply thankful tree.

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Source: Simply Vintage Girl

 

If you’d rather craft than do yard work, then these leaf mason jars may be the answer to your work-avoiding prayers. Cover the jar with a layer of Mod Podge using a paintbrush, add leaves, and then finish with a final layer of Mod Podge. What a beautiful fall glow these jars will add to your home!

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Source: Gingerbread Snowflakes

For Your Table

Cinnamon stick candles are an inexpensive way to add some sweet-smelling design to your holiday table. Use a rubber band to hold the cinnamon sticks around the candle. Then, wrap some twine around the candles to cover the rubber bands.

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Thanksgiving place cards are a fun way to personalize your table. Use construction paper to create the leaves, add names with a white paint pen, and then create glitter covered clothespins to bring it all together.

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Source: Typically Simple

 

Continue the leaf theme by painting your own stenciled napkins. Find your favorite stencil and use some glitter paint to create your design. Painter’s tape will help hold your stencil still. These napkins are almost too pretty to use.

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Source: Crafts by Amanda

 

If you’ve been reading along thinking, “OK, these DIY ideas are cute and all, but I’m more of a DI-don’t,” then this simple placemat is for you! Spread some kraft paper on your table and use a sharpie to write “I am thankful for”. Leave space for your guests to write their lists. Super easy to make, and fun for everyone!

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Source: Whimsical Home and Garden

Let OfficeZilla Help You Decorate for Thanksgiving

As you are creating your shopping list for your Thanksgiving dinner, don’t forget to add a few DIY supplies to your list! From the OfficeZilla family to yours, happy Thanksgiving!

❤ Tina

office supplies at OfficeZilla



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DIY Thanksgiving Decorations — 1 Comment

  1. I’ve done myself almost all of the ideas above and should say that all look as good in person as they do in the pictures and is a great way to recycle some of the office waste. My colleagues loved my crafts and we decided to do a workshop next year and maybe even to recruit some of our customers. The purpose will be to donate the decorations to retirement centers.

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