Thanksgiving Decor

Posted by Buddy The Elf on 11/9/2014 to Lighting

The fall season has arrived, and Thanksgiving is just around the corner.  Here are some wonderful décor ideas to warm your home this season.

Our garlands and wreaths can be decorated with nearly anything.  Attaching small pumpkins, gourds, pine cones, or some of our fantastic new picks in various styles/colors can transform our garland or wreath into the perfect addition to your fall décor.  Wrap a small letter representing your family name in twine to complete the wreath for your front door.  And don’t forget to add some lights!!

Transform your dining table or entryway table into a spectacular fall display.  Create a centerpiece using various sized pumpkins, gourds, and picks.  Sprinkle in a string of orange or purple lights, and you’ve got the perfect fall centerpiece.  Add some depth by painting the pumpkins different colors, or painting a seasonal message on them (ie. Fall, thanks, giving, harvest, etc.).  For added drama, mix in some various sized/colored candles.

A very simple idea for outdoors is to light your pumpkins.  No, we are not talking about jack-o-lanterns.  Simply wrap string lights around your pumpkins.  It’s simple and inexpensive, yet gorgeous.  Combine multiple pumpkins, like one on each step of your front entrance, and light the path for your guests to your front door.  Don’t have steps?  Line a portion of your sidewalk closest to the door for the same effect.

Wine bottles transform fairly easily into wonderful décor.  First, simply drill a hole in the bottom for the string light cord.  Next, you can either stencil messages on the bottles such as B – O – O and add some stenciled bats or black cats, or you can fill the bottles with fall items such as corn or multi-colored leaves.  Maybe you could stencil for the mantle and stuff for the kitchen counter.

How do you decorate for fall?  We would love to see your pictures, and possibly share them with our other customers!  Send us an email at so we can show off your decorating skills!


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