18 easy Thanksgiving crafts for adults
Crafting is a super calming activity, and it takes you away from your phone! Besides being a fun and relaxing way to spend your free time, it can help save you money on seasonal decorating. Thanksgiving is a great opportunity to harness your DIY skills. Not to mention, Thanksgiving crafts can make great party activities for adults as well. So whether you still need Thanksgiving table essentials or are just looking for a fall diversion, these DIY and craft projects for adults will do the trick. If you like gold accents, try gold tipped foil place cards for diners or gold foil napkin rings. Or if you like decorating pumpkins, try making concrete pumpkins or cinnamon pumpkin candles. Do you serve mini cakes for dessert? Trendy Thanksgiving Cakes. No matter what you are looking for or need, there is sure to be an activity on this list that you will love to create and display this year.
Oversized terrarium centerpieces
Want to give your Thanksgiving table an earthy vibe this year? Use one or two oversized terrariums as centerpieces. All you have to do is buy the glass bottles and fill them with your choice of sand and plants!
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3 tier crown
Gold dipped place cards
Dried Floral Door Decor
Fall paper cut lantern
This year your Thanksgiving table will be alight. No one will believe that these are made of paper.
Get the tutorial from Lia Griffith.
BUY NOW Construction paper, $ 13
Braided wire napkin rings
Autumn wine charms
Because seriously, this isn’t a vacation without wine. Make sure everyone knows which glass is theirs with these adorable charms.
Read Lia Griffith’s steps.
BUY NOW Paint pen, $ 9
Table runner sheet of paper
Is Orange Killing Your Thanksgiving Table Color Palette? If so, you need these insanely chic concrete pumpkins.
Get the tutorial on Sugar and charm.
BUY NOW Concrete paint, $ 8
Pumpkin with glitter polka dots
Pumpkin Cinnamon Candles
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