To help make your next gathering as festive as possible we have gathered some of our favorite decorating ideas that are not only easy to do, but also help bring the beauty of the season indoors.
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Wrap glass votive holders in textural flair for an easy candle accent. Tie raffia around three or four overlapping moistened corn husks trimmed to fit. The finishing touch of a spotted guinea fowl feather (available at crafts stores) adds a flourish.
Place these beautiful votives on your Thanksgiving dining table, mantel or coffee table. Just gather unshelled nuts and layer in a glass vase around a small candle. Save a few nuts to scatter near your display.
Make a pretty centerpiece or mantel decoration by layering seasonal materials in clear glass cylinder vases. We started with corn kernels, then added burgundy cockscomb celosia, orange bittersweet, pale green dried hops and brown oak leaves. Top off with a rust-color pillar candle. Change candles if the flame gets close to the dried material, or use a battery-powered candle for safety.
Footed glass containers show off ribbons, beans and nuts in fall hues. A copper tray adds shiny sophistication and makes the arrangement portable as well.
Add Thanksgiving flavor to a tabletop or mantel with cylinder vases filled with nuts and flowers. Roll coordinating scrapbook paper into decorative cuffs that slip inside the vase. Vary the look by substituting wheat, branches or snips of any pretty leafy plant for the flowers.
This super-easy centerpiece showcases the rustic, natural texture of wine corks inside a footed clear-glass candleholder. For more fall color, add leaves or berries among the corks. Make sure any flammable materials are protected from the candle, or use a battery-powered candle for safety.
Bring autumn to your table or mantel by showing off gourds in cylindrical vases. Use containers of different sizes, and stack varying numbers of gourds. Add a pretty curving touch with a length of fresh pumpkin vine or another fresh or artificial vine.