Monday, November 20, 2017

paper cornucopias for an easy thanksgiving centerpiece

Hello friends! Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you're enjoying the holiday season so far. If you need an idea for an easy Thanksgiving centerpiece, look no further! All you need is some fall themed scrapbook paper, some pretty embellishments, and your all set.

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As I was trying to come up with a centerpiece idea for this year’s Thanksgiving table, I looked at some treat cones I had recently made and immediately thought of cornucopias! I used the DIY Party Board from We R Memory Keepers to make mine, but you could make yours with some scissors and paper as well.



You can find instructions to make these for yourself on the We R Memory Keepers blog HERE.

I used paper and embellishments from the Heart of Home collection by Jen Hadfield for Pebbles, Inc. I filled my paper cornucopias with some chocolates, mini pinecones, and acorns.

I complimented the cornucopias, gold pumpkins, and forrest finds on my Thanksgiving tablescape with some adorable gold napkin and fork bows from Sweet Tooth Fairy for American Crafts. They were a breeze to put together and everything was included in the kit.



If you’re looking for some Thanksgiving tablescape inspiration, these DIY Party Board cornucopias are festive and easy to make!



You can fill them with fall leaves, indian corn, goodies, favors, or whatever you’d like. Thanks for joining me today, and have a great weekend friends!

1 comment:

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

OH that looks super fun!