Gobble! Gobble! It is time to start thinking about Thanksgiving decor.
Okay, it may not be time to think about Thanksgiving or Thanksgiving decor for some of you, but in Blog Land everything comes a lot earlier so we can get you prepared and inspired for the upcoming holiday/season. When I start planning for holidays, I search the web for inspiration and today is all about Thanksgiving on Etsy. I was blown away by so many things I saw on Etsy that I had to share them with you. The best part is that they are all handmade, not expensive and buying them supports small businesses and makers. What is better than that?
Let’s get started!
These turkey place cards are so fun for the Thanksgiving table, but I would drill a tiny hole in the top of them and add some twine so my guests could take them home and hang them on their Christmas tree as well. Who says turkey can’t be “Christmas-y” too?
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Another great idea for the Thanksgiving table are these pumpkins. They are a great reminder of why we are gathering on Thanksgiving day.
If you aren’t hosting Thanksgiving this year, these tags are a great addition to your host gift. Add these tags to a bottle of wine, a gift basket or a homemade dessert or dish you are bringing to the dinner.
Wine is great with Thanksgiving dinner and these handmade wine labels are a great way to make your bottle stand out this year.
I know, I know. Thanksgiving is in November, but I couldn’t resist this printable. I live for this saying and would keep it up well into November.
I found the cute factor! These felt acorns are ADORABLE! They would be great laid on your Thanksgiving table or inside a few vases or jars on the table. The kids would get a kick out of them on their table too.
I know some people who spend Thanksgiving with their friends. These cups are perfect their dinner. Who wants to wash a bunch of dishes after the biggest meal of the year anyway? Not me!!!
Is grandma hosting Thanksgiving this year? This towel would be PERFECT for her. Add the names of all the grandkids on the towel and gift it to her when you bring your contribution for the dinner.
This pillow caught my eye immediately. I love the colors and it is perfect for the entire fall season.
We use a lot of towels on Thanksgiving day for serving and preparing so it was fitting to find some more adorable towels for the day. We all still fight over who gets to do the wish bone. Who gets the wish bone in your home?
I think that Thanksgiving gets looked over because people are already thinking about the Christmas season. I want to change that this year and really focus on the everything we have to be thankful for and embrace the Thanksgiving season.
Who is hosting Thanksgiving dinner for you this year? Do you use Thanksgiving decor in your home? What is your favorite piece I shared with you today?