Thanksgiving Mantel Decorations and Fall Home TourI know many of you already are decking your halls for Christmas, and you know I am anxious to do the same! I just can’t skip Thanksgiving. I love it too darn much. The tree made it in again to my Thanksgiving mantel, so I’ve got more than a toe in that jolly water!
I’ll take you on a mini tour of my home and my fall decor while you’re here.
Thanksgiving Mantel Decorations
The piano always gets some love.
This year it’s got all of my favorite fall DIY projects…these are all easy woodworking projects you can make yourself. They all make great gifts…or just super cute decor!
DIY Fall Projects
Right off my living room, I have my baking station and it is all ready to host a holiday dinner. I love using this counter as a buffet.
Only another week or so of pumpkins, and then everything turns to candy canes! Stacking these three very different pumpkins makes me so happy. I love all the textures and colors.
Possibly my favorite addition this year is this sign. I made it, and it will reside in my dining room permanently after Thanksgiving.
These green hydrangeas are from Michaels, and I think they give just a beautiful taste of fall don’t you?
The Pilgrim and Indian statues are still some of my favorites, and you can read the story of how I got them on last year’s post.
I found these gold dipped feathers at Hobby Lobby and loved them on my thankful board.
#Blessed. Love this for Thanksgiving! You can get the printable (plus lots more) when you sign up for my newsletter. 🙂
The top gold foil print in the frames is from this season’s CAUSEBOX.
I am having much too fun decorating this cute 3-tiered tray that Amber got me.
My kids keep asking when we are actually going to have this! Ha! My mom is doing all the cooking this year…so I just have to show up. Hopefully these things make it on the menu though!
I have this little three tiered tray sitting on my kitchen counter, another fun one to change out with the seasons.
I hope you enjoyed the little fall home tour, and my Thanksgiving mantel decorations. Do you decorate for Thanksgiving or skip right to Christmas?