I can't believe it, but Thanksgiving is just around the corner. As you put away the ghosts and goblins, leave the pumpkins and gourds out and give them a new twist for the Thanksgiving and Harvest season.
I have found some awesome ideas for easy and eco friendly decorations you can use throughout the Thanksgiving season and wanted to share them with you. My favorites are compiled in an article I wrote "Decorating for Fall | Eco Friendly Ideas". Below are a few more ideas I found around the internet. Be sure to visit the links posted below each photo for instructions and photos. There are some really great, easy to do arrangements out there. Find your favorite and start decorating!
I love reusing old, outdated or just plain unloved items in a new and different way. Upcycle and recycle are the best of both worlds. This wreath is so eye catching and makes use of an old book that might otherwise end up in the landfill. Isn't it awesome?
A few natural elements are all you need for this wreath. Miniature corn, a Grapevine Wreath and some silk leaves and you can proudly hang this on your front door, in your entry, living room, guest bathroom, dining room or any place else in the house that needs some harvest cheer!
This last one is so cute, simple but elegant. I love using Japanese Washi Tape to decorate. I don't know why I never thought to use it on pumpkins but I fell in love with the idea! Don't you agree?