Thanksgiving Day bears its origin from the harvest festival. Americans and Canadians give thanks to God for their autumn harvest and every other success they have achieved during the year. Thanksgiving Day is observed on the fourth Thursday of November. In the year 2018, we are serving unique thanksgiving ideas for you. Let’s have a look!
Thanks, Message Board
Inspire your family or guests to write thanksgiving, give them decorated papers to print what they are thankful and pin it up on the board. You also can cut paper leaves from old books or scrapbook paper in different fall shades.
Make a pair of holly leaf shapes. Cut one leaf from craft paper and another from metallic paper. It will look awesome when you hang these leaf messages on the DIY tree.
Wreath sets a welcoming Thanksgiving tone at your front door. Decorate a homemade or purchased evergreen wreath with colorful flowers or pine cones (you also can use hypericum berries, champagne grapes, and hydrangeas.
Cozy Glow Decoration
Wrap glass votive holders in textural flair. Tie raffia around three or four overlapping moistened corn husks trimmed to fit. And have some spotted guinea fowl feather on it, which is readily available at crafts stores.
Thanksgiving is all about pumpkin decoration. Small pumpkins and gourds spilling out of a cornucopia create a lush seasonal look on your tabletop.
Thanks, Message On Feathers
To create this project, begin with a large pinecone. Cut feather shapes from scrapbook paper, crease them in half lengthwise, and fringe the edges with scissors. Create the head part by cutting out an oval and a circle and adding googly eyes, a beak, and a wattle. Ask your guests to write what they’re thankful for on the feathers and tuck feathers into the pinecone.
Write a thanks message in a DIY crafted card and ask your guest to write the note and submit them in a decorated tray. Speak aloud each letter and make your guest feel special.
Invite your guests to write messages of thanks on paper ornaments. Tie ornaments to tree branches anchored in sand in a pitcher. They make a memorable keepsake if your guests sign and date their ornament.
Moss And Rocks
A unique table arrangement works perfectly for a quick and easy Thanksgiving decoration. Arrange stones and bits of moss around small candles in tiny flowerpots. Switch in little ornaments and sprigs of evergreen to keep it on your table into December!
Add Thanksgiving flavor to a tabletop or mantel with cylinder vases filled with nuts and flowers. Decorative cuffs that slip inside the jar. Vary the look by substituting wheat, branches, or snips of any beautiful leafy plant or the flowers.
What looks better than a pumpkin basket! Make an imaginative centerpiece for a fall table. Hollow out the pumpkin, place a block of wet floral foam inside. Create a pillar candle in the foam and surround it with fall flowers and berries to complete this DIY natural display.
Remember Your Ancestry
Teach your youngsters about their heritage; make an activity by cutting out copies of vintage baby photos and arranging them on the wall in a family tree. Family members can guess who’s who. It is a great way to remember your ancestry and thank them.
Pen Your Thanks
Give each guest a personal note of appreciation; keep the note secret in envelopes as place cards. Take a print out of each message on colorful paper and wrap it around a candleholder. Make sure not to leave lit candles unattended.
Thanks On Thanksgiving Day
Say thanks on thanksgiving party table by offering the homemade card. Start to craft with brown craft paper and create space for each guest to write a list of things they’re thankful for. The lists will make a great dinner conversation, too!
Hope these thanksgiving ideas help you to enjoy the holidays — happy thanksgiving day to all our viewers.